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Catarina Lopez cl28469 Journal 4.19 Before you go on reading this as an assignment, I just want to leave you a little note: I was going to draw a picture of the scene with Here Boy, but I spent the last couple of weeks doing some intensive artwork, and I just really need a break from breathing in those fumes and the physical aspect of it. To share my passion of Disney with you, I will rewrite a scene from the novel in a very Disney-esque way, so it will be like when Disney changes plays like Hamlet into The Lion King or making classic tales with horrific endings into musicals with a happily ever afters. Setting: Caballus, a planet in the Slamina Rehgih galaxy. Caballus is Latin for “horse,” and Slamina Rehgih is “Higher Animals” spelled backwards, which is what Mark Twain calls nonhuman animals. This planet has different kinds of horse-like creatures, called Xilus, instead of humans. All of these creatures can speak to each other, but the non-horse-like creatures are just like nonhuman creatures are on our planet. Instead of races, they have different varieties of Xilus, which are similar to different ethnicities in humans. The main Xilus encountered in this story are Kiylas, which have wings, and Quillos (“ll” pronounced as “y” like in Spanish), who have tails that can be used as hands on humans - they aren’t made of hair, and can be split in up to 3 hands. Their tails are the length of their body, but they are curled up when not in use.
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  • Spring '12
  • LyndseyReckson
  • Singing, Vocal range, slamina rehgih galaxy, Quillos

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