As the dawn approached, my confidence soared; nothing could deter me from reaching
my goal. I had been practicing this for months. This was my second chance, and I was not going
to blow it. But as the bombs burst, so did my confidence, I was finished. My
Research Paper - Holmstead P. 6
I want to stand at the rim of the world and peer into the darkness beyond,
and see a little more than others have seen,
of the strange shapes of mystery that inhabit the unknown night.
-Bertrand Russell (Madigan)
Read and Response - The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain is the epitome of American childhood.
The childhood depicted in this novel is seen in many movies that my generation has grown up
watching: Goonies, Ferris Bueller
Literary Analysis Essay - FINAL
In How to Tell a True War Story Tim OBrien uses juxtaposition and evocative language
to make the reader question their own definition of the truth, and he does this by creating a
compelling story that places t