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    amazing

    this sentence really made me rethink all the small things and all the beautiful things surrounding us that we take for granted, and we really don't be paying no mind but this world was made with a lot of...

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    paradox

    I'm not sure what they mean by "to please some dear companion" my guess could be the view pleases people.

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    sound

    the "warm air" described in this poem helped me to remember times when i was in peace/ felt relaxed.

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    the view

    describing how beautiful the view is. you could even feel it when you think about it.

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    good way

    I feel like describing this canyon as "matchless" is meant in a good way. the reason for this is many people feel like nothing could be compared to this amazing view/moment

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    Jealousy: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire

    Harry Potter, the protagonist in Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, has a few traits that influence his relationships with others. One, he is stubborn. Two, he is loyal.  Three, he is brave. These traits influence his relationships with others....

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    Friendship: Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them

    Newt Scamander is a dynamic character. His archetype changes over the course of the play. At the beginning of the play, he is an archetypal loner. This can be seen on page 121, where the author writes: “Jacob: Oh--well,...

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    Dangers: Cryer's Cross

    Kendall, the protagonist in Cryer’s Cross, has a few traits that influence her relationships with others. One, she is determined. Two, she is humble.  Three, she is concerned. These traits influence her relationships with others. “She’s exhausted, but her mind if...

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    Change: Miguel Street

    Recently, I read Miguel Street, by V.S. Naipaul.  I learn to appreciate this book. In the beginning, I was quite confused as to who the narrator of this book and then I realized that there isn’t one. There are...

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    Kindness in Freak The Mighty

    Maxwell Kane, the protagonist in Freak the Mighty by Rodman Philbrick has a few traits that influence his relationships with others. One, he is energetic. Two, he is outgoing. Three, he is brave. These traits influence his relationships with others. “Called...

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    agree

    I'm also confused and I always wonder the reason for this too

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    emotional

    you could tell how much he is in pain to see fonny face to face and how much he is sick and tired of being behind a glass wall

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    ?

    how would they know they could find MRS. rogers in Puerto Rico?

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    agree

    i agree cause how confident fonny sounds to be with her

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    sweet

    it comes to show that fonny cares about tish which is very nice of fonny and doesn't want any fake assumptions

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    sad

    it's just sad to remember/bring up the things that has happen to fonny, like mistreated her.

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    The Brave: Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban

    Harry Potter is a dynamic character. His archetype changes over the course of the book. At the beginning of the book, he is the archetypal nobody. This can be seen on page 19, where the author writes: “‘we’ve told...

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    • Hi Emmanuel, I really enjoyed reading this, as a Harry Potter fan myself. I love how you were able to recognize Harry’s character and how he is forced to change as he is put in dangerous situations. I really like how you picked your quotes and how you explained them. As I read them, I was able to imagine the scenes from the movie when Sirius and Lupin find Peter and take him from Ron. I enjoyed this, and I hope to read what you have to write next.
      Sincerely, Diana.

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    marry

    sounds sweet the fact that fonny confessed his love to tish father because he loves her and wants to marry her but needs tish father consent.

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    agree

    I agree because you shouldn't depend on the older sibling to get married first for you to get married because at that point your just wasting your time.

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    gentlemen

    instead of kissing her goodbye fonny decided to be nice enough and drop her off.

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    The Dangerous Diary: Harry Potter and The Chambers of Secrets

    Recently, I read  Harry Potter And The Chambers of Secrets, by J.K. Rowling.  I loved this book. After having read the first book the readers are given more action because the first book was introducing us to the story...

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    The Fault in Our Stars: Living Life

    Hazel Grace Lancaster, the protagonist in The Fault in Our Stars, has a few traits that influence her relationships with others. One, she is cautious. Two, she is scared.  Three, she is courageous. These traits influence her relationships with others. “‘Much...

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    • I really enjoyed reading this piece. I myself have seen this movie and read the book may time. I agree with everything you have written. I really liked how you included the quotes and how you said she was cautious, scared, and courageous.

    • I have read this book and also seen the movie so I completely understand what you are trying to say and I agree, Hazel is a very cautious person and she does not want anyone to feel sorry for her in any way. I agree with the three characteristics you identified her as because throughout the whole movie and book she identifies herself as scared, cautious and courageous.
      Thank You …

      Cindy Reynosa

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    Fitting In: Wonder

    Recently, I read Wonder by R.J. Palacio. I enjoyed this book. This story was touching and sad to read at times because it's so sad how much Auggie had been through at such a young age. In the beginning...

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    • Dear Emmanuel,
      I was interested in your post because Wonder by R.J. Palacio is one of my favorite books. I agree with you about how this book was enjoyable. I think its how all the different feelings you feel throughout the whole book that makes it enjoyable and wants to keep on reading it.
      One thing you said that stands out for me is: “You just don’t want your brand-new fancy high school friends to know your brother’s a freak!’.” I think this is sad, to be honest, because well it’s just sad that Auggie thinks of that.
      Also, that sentence that you included in your post, reminds me of something that happened to my sibling (my sister). Sometimes when like something that doesn’t “go her way” she uses the “it’s because I’m deaf” card on us all the time. We know it’s a joke as she doesn’t really mean by her using her disability in a bad way. She loves it, we love it, it’s amazing in its own way!
      But besides that, thanks for your post. I look forward to seeing what you write next!

    • I really enjoyed reading your piece as much as I did reading the book. This has got to be on my top 3 books I have ready while in school. What I felt was unique about it was how they took almost a mediocre message and took it to the moon. You should never judge someone based on what they look like cause we as humans can only control what we look like so much. Every human is human no matter what they are we all are the same, we are one.

    • I enjoyed reading your article because I have read the book and have seen the movie. I also agree that it was touching and sad at times throughout the book. One sentence that stood out for me was, “The tension rises on Halloween when Auggie is wearing the scream mask and he overhears Jack talking to a lot of popular kids saying that he would kill himself if he had to look like Auggie.” I think that once Auggie heard that from his friend Jack he felt betrayed because he was feeling like he had at least someone to hang out with. I also think that sentence can imply to everyone because when you find out your ‘friend’ has been talking about you behind your back it can feel like you have been lied to and can maybe develop trust issues. Thanks for your writing. I look forward to see what you write next.

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    Lord of the Flies: The Realities of Having Power

    Ralph, one of the main characters in Lord of The Flies, has a few traits that influence his relationships with others. One, he is demanding. Two, he is bossy. Three, he is stubborn. These traits influence his relationships with others. “Ralph...

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    • Dear Emmanuel,
      I too have read the book Lord of the Flies. I agree that Ralph lacked some serious leadership skills. It showed how he couldn’t bring everyone together to work. He was often demeaning to other characters such as Piggy. The line you wrote, “Jack’s response here deepens a reader’s sense of Ralph’s terrible leadership skills, and sparks a feeling of hatred and for a new change in who’s in order/ charge.” It shows how he actually ended much dividing the group. I also agreed with the traits of demanding, bossy, and stubborn that you described him as.

    • Dear Emmanuel, I enjoyed reading your analysis of Ralph’s character development. Yes indeed his leadership skills were not the best fit but as the young teens and children did not have any supervision they turned to Ralph because he carried himself and had the physique of a leader. Although his choices were sometimes not reasonable the children followed even Jack could not demolish Ralph’s leadership when he decided to make his own tribe.

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    Harry Potter: The Brave 11-Year-Old

    Harry Potter is a dynamic character. His archetype changes over the course of the book. At the beginning of the book, he is the archetypal nobody. This can be seen on page 58, where the author writes: “‘Hagrid,’ he...

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    New Bodies: Every Day

    Recently, I read Every Day, by David Levithan. I loved this book. This book was like no other book; it was different because in a way there was no protagonist. I have never read a story like this one...

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    The Scary Story of Goosebumps Horrorland: Creep From The Deep

    The fourth and fifth chapters of x by R. L. Stine might leave a reader feeling nervous and scared for the characters because the characters just found out about the legend of the pirate ships that drowned including the...

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    family

    This just shows that family does not always have to be blood or legally. It is commitment and love for someone else. They realize their love for one another.

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    reality

    They were hit with reality. They are forced to grow up. This just shows that they finally realized it.

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    tired

    They have been under so much stress and it shows because she's too tired to even cry.This is all hard for them.

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