A Perfect Summer Day Essays

  • San Diego, Descriptive Essay

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    round clear skies a. Statistics of how many days a year of sunshine 1. on average, San Diego enjoys about 266 days of sunshine each year 1. 1http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_sunny_days_a_year_in_San_Diego_CA#page3 b. Sun soaked beaches c. Outdoor life II) Main Idea: Low precipitation d. Statistics how little it rains 2. Spring 1.07 in./month 3. Summer 0.07 in./month 4. Fall 0.57in/month

  • Floral Patterned Handmade Shoes

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    you looking for a pair of comfortable and fashionable shoes to wear this season? These floral patterned handmade shoes are the perfect choice, as they bring you comfort, without compromising style. Thanks to their cut, these beautiful flats are great for every day, as they can be easily matched with almost any outfit. They are light and are a good choice for hot summer days, however, due to their design, they can also provide you enough warmth for colder evenings. Their white sole is a complement

  • Descriptive Essay On Southern California

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    Southern California Southern California is a unique and unusual region. It is a perfect place to live. Southern California is different than any other state in America. Southern California is the only place in the U.S. with its own climate. It has five seasons: two springs, two summers and a season of rain, unlike other places where there are four different seasons: spring, summer, fall and winter. Even though Southern California's weather seems to be monotonous, there are sharp contrasts. Mornings

  • Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day?

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    the young lady and a summer’s day is brought to our attention throughout the poem. He shows that the young lady is more radiant and her beauty is everlasting in comparison to the summer. ◦ theme: The theme of this poem is the interplay between time, beauty, and love. Shakespeare’s sonnets generally explore the relationships between humans and nature and the passing of time. In this poem Shakespeare shows the beauty of this young women by comparing her to a summer’s day. In line 2, he states that she

  • Why I Took Summer School

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    Why I Took Summer School Some very important point were taken into consideration when I made the decision to take summer school this year. English 12 seemed like the perfect, foolproof course to choose because it would mean less work next year, a second chance if I get a terrible mark, and my undivided attention to a subject I don't excel in. Firstly, because English 12 is the only course with a provincial exam in grade 12, I'd love to get it over with. My grade 12 year is filled with difficult

  • Myop Essay

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    During this essay, I will discuss the usage of symbolism that is all throughout Alice Walker's story, the Flowers. Backing up to the very end of the story, Walker's statement, "Myop lays down her flowers, and the summer was over",(54) is attached to the common representation of "summer" as the time of "youth", and this reveals that Myop's child hood youth was has come to an end. Coupled with that, another example of symbolism is how the flowers are represented in the story. they symbolize the happiness

  • My First Interview

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    & Girls Club ran several different sports programs so I was always there. One year a month or so before summer I was about fifteen (15). The Director made an announcement that they will be hiring a teen to run the lunch program for the summer. At that time the opportunity seemed perfect, but the only problem was that I wasn’t the only person interested. ---What should I do---- Later on day all I could think about was how could I get that job. I probably spent the whole rest of the afternoon

  • Comparson of Sonnet18 and Oz

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    that is written upon the pedestal. The statue is described very clearly and shows to the reader the face of the statue and the words written on the pedestal. Sonnet 18, in comparison, focuses on a description of summer and emphasizes a person’s beauty as being more beautiful than a summer’s day. The styles of these poems differ in how they use comparison of landscapes with the quality of certain people or events in the poems. The statue’s serious, cold expression and the commanding words of the

  • Chena Lake and Campground

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    outdoors at Chena Lake and Campground area in both summer and winter. People bring their families to relax and have fun by the lake. The area is surrounded by birch trees and beautiful mountains to the north. Sometimes people are able to see some local wildlife. There’s play areas for children and pavilions for barbecuing. Most people go to Chena Lake and Campground area for the camping areas, swimming/ice fishing areas and the trails. During the summer there are many different camping areas at the

  • Film Critique of 'The Lottery'

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    fragrant flowers and green lawns while the townspeople await the arrival of Mr. Summers and the black wooden box from which everyone is to draw a folded slip of paper. Adults chat while children play a game in which they gather stones. Whoever draws the slip of paper with the black dot on it will receive all of the lottery proceeds. The first of many hints that all is not what it appears to be is when Mr. Summers ask for help with holding the black box steady and everyone is reluctant to help

  • Shakespeare's Sonnets18 And 73 Comparison

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    Throughout Shakespeare’s hundreds of works, his sonnets provide a certain deeper aspect to them; each one with it’s own clues and surprise ending. Specifically noted, his 73rd sonnet and 18th sonnet (better known as “shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?”) have their own special interpretations, similarities, and differences when put side-by-side in anyone’s eye. To the untrained eye, these pieces of work may not bare many likenesses, but they actually are quite similar. For starters, both use strong

  • The Summer I Was Sixteen Analysis

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    4 Analysis of The Summer I Was Sixteen The Summer I Was Sixteen, written by Geraldine Connolly, is a poem reminising a summer long ago. The poem talks about teenagers swimming in the pool on hot summer days, bar-b-ques on the beach, and parties at night with friends. It is a fun poem that is light hearted and happy. The poem was written in a carefree and content way that made it seem like the poet was happy about these memories and that nothing bad happened. The poem was written in three to

  • Sandcastles by Jesus Hardwell

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    setting of "Sandcastles" by Jesus Hardwell takes place in the summer of a remote crescent shaped beach. Three best friends ran, played, and explored, as they had nowhere else to be. When one thinks of a beach setting like this one, it brings about happy thoughts of relaxation, children laughing, playing in the surf and sand. When the boys run into a strange woman on a remote stretch of the beach, who has a darker plan for herself that day, the woman deceives the boys into helping her to ultimately

  • English Critique Sample

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    Labour Day is a Dreaded Bell in the Schoolyard of the Mind In this short piece, Harry Bruce briefly explains the dread that he feels when Labour Day comes around. He constantly compares the good memories of his summer opposed to the negative things that he wishes to avoid. Being a student no longer pleases Bruce seeing how he has developed an anxiety towards the start of every school year. Within the first paragraph, Bruce mentions, “All this would end.” While talking about his experiences during

  • Comparison / Rain

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    that keep our environment healthy, or fruits and vegetables that we eat, are both dependent on rain to stay alive. Furthermore rain washes the air after dusty days, keeps the water level in rivers and artificial lakes or natural lakes. Rainy days in winter are kind of the most hatred days for some people, while other people love rainy days. It is an essential thing to keep life going for everybody on this planet; humans, animals and plants. No one can live without water, and lack of water would

  • Year-Round Schooling Pro Rebuttal

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    more time in the classroom.” Some opponents of this system say that our summer vacation is the perfect time to have a full time-off and that you won’t lose much of what you learned the previous school year. In fact, according to a study at the University of Missouri, they found that many students forgot over two and one-half months of whatever their grade-level equivalency is in mathematics. (Wilkenfield) Plus after the summer vacation, many teachers end up spending from four to six weeks of the next

  • How Does Shakespeare Present the Realities of Love in Sonnets 18 and 130

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    perceived as superficial. For instance, in line 10, Shakespeare says, “Nor lose possession of that fair thou owest”, which implies that it is important that she retains her beauty. Shakespeare, by associating her with images of nature makes her seem perfect and pure, because something natural is untouched, “Nature’s changing course”. But, like nature, the woman’s beauty can be dangerous, “Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines”, which alludes that her beauty and love can also be overwhelming, identifying

  • Being A Summer Person

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    October 31, 2010 Why it Makes Sense to be a Summer Person If you are someone who lives in an area that experiences hot summers and cold winters, you probably have a strong opinion on which you prefer. Some people just love the thrill of freezing cold air blowing on their face, icicles forming on the tops of their drain pipes, and cuddling up with a loved on by a fireplace, sipping on hot coco. While many others prefer basking in the bright summer sun, wiggling their toes to feel the microscopic

  • Write About the Significance of Time Settings in the Great Gatsby

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    consistently troubled by time; the past haunts Gatsby and the future clouds around Nick. Nick tries to tell Gatsby that you can't repeat the past, but Gatsby says "Why of course you can!" Gatsby has dedicated his entire life to recapturing a white/golden perfect past with Daisy, (his dream). Gatsby believes in the future and the American Dream, and believes that money can recreate/buy both. Fitzgerald describes Gatsby as "overwhelmingly aware of the youth and mystery that wealth imprisons and preserves."

  • St. Thomas Aquinas: a Study of “the Lottery”

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    the cause of everything. 3) Concluding that the temporary nature of beings proves the existence of a necessary being, God, who originates only from within himself. 4) Noticing varying levels of human perfection and determining that a supreme, perfect being must therefore exist. 5) Knowing that natural beings could not have intelligence without it being given to them by god. Thomas gave his ideas a modern and everyday background. He made three types of laws: natural, positive, and eternal.