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- My Horses, My Teachers is an excellent book on Horses and how to learn from them. Alois Podhajsky tells about his experiences with horses and how they taught him how to ride and teach them from the time that he was a small child and for most the rest of his life.
- In everybody??s life, there is always someone that has a greater influence on him or her more than anyone else would. In Willa Cather??s My Antonia, Antonia Shimerda is that person in Jim Burden??s life. ??I??d have liked to have you for a sweetheart, or a wife, or my mother or my sister-anything that a woman can be to a man.
- There was a woman who was beautiful, who started with all the advantages, yet she had no luck. She married for love, and the love turned to dust. She had bonny children, yet she felt they had been thrust upon her, and she could not love them. They looked at her coldly, as if they were finding fault with her.
- The girl tries to preserve her “freedom” by slamming doors and sitting awkwardly as often as possible. This reasoning of girls acting in a certain fashion is emphasized in other places in the story as well. In paragraph 10, she contrasts her parents and how they relate to her while they work together.
- ??Fr? Pandolf? by design? the Duke says, trying to impress his audience. Browning invented the name of the artist, and thus the Duke?s efforts to impress are foiled, since the name is unfamiliar.
- My Antonia, by Willa Cather, is a novel about Jim Burden and his relationship and experiences growing up with Antonia Shimerda in Nebraska. Throughout the book Jim reflects on his memories of Nebraska and the Shimerda family, often times in a sad and depressing tone.
- “THERE was a curious social situation in black hawk. All the young men felt the attraction of the fine, well-set-up country girls who had come to town to earn a living, and, in nearly every case, to help their fathers struggle out of debt, or to make it possible for the younger children of the family to go to school.
- 36 Years of Crazy Horse and His People When I think back to the stories about how the Native American Indians were driven from their land and forced to live on the reservations, one particular event comes to my mind. That event is the Battle of the Little BigHorn.
- The short story, The Horse Dealer s Daughter , by D. H. Lawrence, contains many gaps. I think the most significant gap in the reading was, why did Mabel try to kill herself by walking into the pond? The story begins with Mabel and her three brothers Fred Henry, Joe, and Malcom being forced to move from their home to lead new lives in separate directions.
- I have viewed the film, ?A Man Called Horse,? and when asked if I would want to be depicted as the Indian people were in this movie I would say that I would be proud to be a part of that way of life. The Indian people were proud of what they were and things were sacred to them like nothing is to us today.
- His chores there were to strip trees to help build buildings, and he took care of the horses. He later did chores around the house. He moved out of New Mexico after John got killed by lightning. They lived in the poor part of the city.
- Plot: Darkness, Be My Friend is the fourth book in John Marsden’s series consisting of Tomorrow, When the War Began, The Dead of the Night and The Third Day, This book is in which seven teenagers are in the middle of a violent war. Ellie, Fi, Kevin, Lee, Homer, Robyn and Corrie go camping to a remote part of their district.
- My Last Duchess by Robert Browning is a dramatic monologue about a duke who is showing the portrait of his first wife, the duchess, to a servant of his future father-in-law, the Count. In a dramatic monologue, the speaker addresses a distinct but silent audience.
- Some of the major themes in this book were that Tim and his family has to survive through out this book. Another theme was to keep their store going and not to close it because that is where they make almost all of their money by selling those products.
- The play Equus is about a young boy who viciously blinds six horses with a metal spike in a stable and the psychiatrist, Martin Dysart, who investigates the boy s mental state. It is a very complex, multileveled story, with many relationships effecting Allen s (the stabber) behavior.
- I feel that what Claire Farrer means by living in the “mythic present” is that although most Indian culture is perceived long to have been different, it is in fact very live and active today. I will give specific examples from her book, Thunder Rides a Black Horse, to support my arguments of what the “mythic present” actually means and list many examples of events that could be considered to be in the “mythic present.
- Looking at the pile of burnt mangled metal, I thought to myself that maybe it was not the car we once owned. I for the life of me could not come terms with the fact that the heap of junk sitting before me was once an icon of passion and utter devotion.
- As the years go by I have encountered many remember able moments from my first horse to the terrible car accidents. No matter if, it was good or bad times nothing can or could surpass to compare to the gift of becoming a mother. There are so many memories wrapped in this these packages of happiness, joy, and even times of fear knowing they don?t come with instructions, but to learn as time goes on.
- Plane tickets in hand, my possible girlfriend and I embark on our first vacation to Cozumel, Mexico during the summer of 2 . I had known her for about 7 months and during that time i had grown very fond of her. Our relationship began to blossom and that in the near future we would begin to grow even closer.
- After an evening at the opera, the members of high society begin spilling out onto streets of London, mingling with the commoners. Professor Higgins hear, Eliza, the flower girl, speaking and begins to take notes. Eliza finds this behavior suspicious and thinks that she is in some sort of trouble.