Hunting Snake Essays

  • Hunting Essay

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    Research Paper Final Hunting provides many different things. Many people do not realize the impact hunting has on society. It controls population, provides food, and makes a profit for those participating. Allowing hunters to hunt humanely will result in a good impact on society. If these three simple things are addressed in the right manner, the population control of wildlife will turn out to be a great success. Firstly, hunting controls the game population. Controlling the population consists

  • The Snake Pit Essay

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    The Snake Pit Ronee A. LaFrance November 17, 2009 In 1948 people's understanding of mental illness hovered at the level of unfathomable. The Snake Pit bravely suggested that healthy, respectable people could suffer severe depression and nervous breakdowns, and that emotional and mental illness were treatable, and even curable. The film's representation of Virginia Cunningham and her troubles may seem elementary by today's standards, and the worries about her ability to remain a good wife may

  • The Snake Essay

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    Snake Now I am a snake. Mystique. Majestic. Sinuous. Dazzling. You lust and you loose. Your life. Flicks of my tongues sets vibrations in the air. I hunt. I curl up. The soil on me. Brazen bushes play Hide and seek. My fangs are out. I search for thee. To love is to hurt. I intoxicate. I make you mad. You tremble with pleasure. But at your touch I dissolve. For I am sacred! Thy excruciating pain, I jet my venom into you. Coquettish. It trickles down the alleys of your mind

  • Snake And The Frog Essay

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    five yds, right behind the spot where I was standing. Amazed at the scene,my wife,+ in excitement started shouting "snake!- snake!-snake!". I was stil watching the cat taking a big leap on to the next house,it was now that my ears caught the attention of the words of my wife and I turned around to see the bewildered excitement: Gosh..! It was a big dark slithering snake, about six plus feet long, caught a tennis ball sized frog and manipulating to swallow him up.It was an amazing

  • Snake Essay

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    Snake by D.H. Lawrence The internal struggle between our natural intuition and our social instruction. The Snake, a poem by D.H. Lawrence examines the interior conflicts that are placed upon man by the conflicting forces of our innocent instincts and the common sense of the kingdom of man. The speaker walks from his house in the dead heat of summer to be confronted head on with nature itself and caught up in a dreamlike instant in which he faces what he feels to be truth and what other men have

  • Rattle Snakes Essay

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    behaviour. Massasaugas rattlesnakes have thick bodies with colors that range from gray, grayish brown or brown. Its back has large dark brown blotches with smaller lighter brown patches on its sides. Young Massasaugas are brighter on color. This snake has a wide triangular head and eyes with slit shaped pupils. Adults can be 18" to 30" in length. Massasaugas rattlesnakes hibernate in the Winter and are alone or in small groups. They are also good swimmers. What does the rattlesnake eat?

  • The Hunting Snake Essay

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    Modern Macbeth by Ivan Nikolic There were The Nerds. And there were The Cools. And there were not friends. The war between two groups began long time ago. The Nerds were carrying books as weapons. The Cools had newest models mobile phones and video games. The Nerds were badly defeated in the latest battle; you could see them around the school, crying and embarrassed completely. Macbeth fought bravely through enemy lines and the coolest of all the cools was very pleased with him

  • Hunting Essay

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    Hunting is Healthy Hunting has been going on since the first man walked the earth. All of us have hunting in our genes because all of our ancestors have hunted in some shape or form. Bow hunting is very healthy because they have to walk all the way back into the timber. A bow can only shoot about 30 yards accurately. So in order to shoot a deer they have to be really close to them. Hunting deer is healthy because of venison. “Unlike most processed meats, deer offers higher protein levels and less

  • Hunting Essay

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    Derrick Gukeisen Easy checking offers * Free Internet Banking with Internet Bill Pay * Free U.S. Bank ATM transactions * Free email and text alerts * U.S. Bank Visa Check * $6.95 with online statements, OR * $8.95 with paper statements * Combined monthly direct deposits totaling $500+, OR * Average account balance of $1

  • Hunting Essay

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    act of violence, to purposely cross a well-established psychological boundary? I have hunted ever since I first followed my father into the woods in eastern North Carolina when I was 4 years old, and I still love it. I hunt even though my love of hunting puts me at odds with the world that I inhabit today in the triangle area. Friends and colleagues express surprise, and often disgust. Whenever I do tell people that I hunt, they often want to put me on the spot. They want to know how it's possible

  • Hunting Snake And Pike. Essay

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    Hunting snake and Pike. In the beginning of Hunting Snake, Judith Wright it gives you the feeling of perfection with the sun-warmed during the late season’s grace and autumn’s gentlest sky. Sun-warmed gives you a cozy feeling. Late season’s grace, the word grace can normally be connected to the word peaceful or pleasant. The poet then froze the perfect image as the “froze half through a pace, the great black snake went reeling by”. The poet describe it as a “great black snake”, the words “great”

  • Hunting Essay

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    ENG 112 April,9,2012 Animal abuse Do human beings have a good relationship with animals; do they treat them well? Nowadays, all around the word most people have a kind of animal living at home called a pet. People love their pet so much that they count it as a family member. However, there are impulsive people that cannot control themselves and they mistreat their pets. In the United States, there are thousands of animals that are being physically abused or used as experiments for medical

  • Hunting Essay

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    nature so much that he would rather sleep in the woods than to sleep in his own bed. “To sleep in the presence of trees and in the proximity of the earth is to get a sense of what it is to be holy (Perry 139).” This is the exact reason why I enjoy hunting so much. I sit in my tree stand looking at all the trees and hear the leaves shake. I feel like I’m in a different world. A world that doesn’t have things to worry about and I try to never take a moment in the woods for granted. Opening morning

  • Hunting Essay

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    Now and Then From the beginning of recorded time a deep-seated desire to compete has lived within every man. The cavemen judged their worth according to their strength, medieval knights were shown great honor for overcoming their opponents in the joust, and the Wild West showdown left the best man standing. The need to be superior is as strong in today’s society as it was thousands of years ago. The 1920s ushered in the greatest form of competition the world had possibly ever seen, called “The

  • A Snake Essay

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    looked like a coil of rope greeted our eyes. Out of the blue, the object sprang into life. Raising its head, it starred daggers at us and hissed infuriately. I blinked and refocused my gaze. My hands went into my mouth in consternation. "It's...a...snake." my brother stammered with disbelief. My heart palpitated wildly and my knees jellied. A wave of panic swept over me and I did not know what to do. After I regained my equanimity, I emanated a sinister cacophony of deafening scream, "Run! Run!"

  • Hunting Essay

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    Deer Hunting It was a beautiful October afternoon as I climbed to the top of my tree stand. The sun was shining, and a slight breeze was blowing from the northwest. I knew the deer frequented the area around my stand since my step-dad had shot a nice doe two days earlier from the same stand. Signs of deer were everywhere in the area. When I say “sign” I mean not twenty yards from the stand was a rub line, two trails coming together leading out, and on the outskirts a scrape. A “rub” is when a buck

  • Snake Essay

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    about the snake. Snakes are elongate, legless, carnivorous reptiles of the suborder Serpentes that can be distinguished from legless lizards by their lack of eyelids and external ears. Like all squamates, snakes are ectothermic, amniote vertebrates covered in overlapping scales. Many species of snakes have skulls with many more joints than their lizard ancestors, enabling them to swallow prey much larger than their heads with their highly mobile jaws. To accommodate their narrow bodies, snakes' paired

  • Snake Essay

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    Title: Why do you think Judith Wright chose to use a snake as her main protagonist? In this poem Judith Wright uses an elongated, legless and carnivorous reptile as the central theme of her poem. She portrays the snake differently, as a beautiful reptile. A snake, to other individuals may seem like a man-eating, atrocious and deadly creature. To some people, they signify evil and vengefulness. For example, in the bible, the snake is used as a serpent that gave Eve the apple, representing a creature

  • Hunting Snake Essay

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    Judith Wright uses a variety of methods to convey her feelings about the snake and nature. This feelings include, awe, amazement, love and fear. The poem Hunting Snake is about nature and culture, symbolised by the snake. The setting in the poem ‘Hunting Snake’ is very natural. This brings nature closer to her and brings more beauty and splendour into the poem. The author uses words such as “late season’s grace.” And “autumn’s gentlest sky” to shower her love of nature. She personifies the seasons

  • Hunting Essay

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    My First Elk Hunting Trip by Colin Hillmer It was a cold day in the mountains of Colorado. I was hunting for big elk. The air was moist like it was going to rain soon. As I sat and looked out my spotting scope I saw a herd of elk a mile away. It felt awesome to see my first herd of elk. My tracker and I have been hiking for three days. My trackers name is Rocky. He is a big huge 7.5 foot man with a big scruffy beard. He has one eye missing and scars everywhere. He said it was from a fight with

  • The Little Snakes Essay

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    The little snakes On my way to the Lakota reservation, I was thinking at some questions for the wise man I was going to meet with. I was nervous. I made sure that I have everything for the interview. The cassette recorder was not that important as the tobacco for the old man. The cigarettes were a must. Finally I arrived there. There was a rocking chair on the porch and a sort of circle with feathers was hung near the door. No, it was not a dream catcher although it looked

  • Snake Venom Essay

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    Snake Venom Since the time of the dinosaurs, snakes have roamed, slithered and swam across the earth. Over this period of time snakes have evolved and adapted to the ever changing conditions they face. The majority of the snakes slithering around the world are harmless, they simply go around eating bugs or small animals and propose no threat to humans. However some snakes are known for their bone crushing strength which literally squeezes the life out of their prey. Others are known for their skin

  • Snake Essay

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    The poem ‘Snake’ is written by David Herbert Lawrence (11 September 1885 - 2 March 1930). Lawrence was a British writer who spent most of his adult live across many different countries. In this particular poem ‘snake’, Lawrence represents a variety of emotions that he experiences on the instance of his coming across a snake one day as he goes to drink some water. What is interesting and moving about the poem is the honesty with which he explains the various feelings he experienced upon accidentally

  • Snake Essay

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  • Banning Snakes Essay

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    Banning Snakes I think that we should have a ban against snakes. The Government said that they are banning 4 different types of snakes but doesn’t include boa constructors only Northern and Southern African rock pythons, Burmese pythons and yellow anacondas. To me pythons aren’t dangerous as people say unless u are neglecting them or abusing them that’s what makes them dangerous but other types of pythons cant be harmful . Pythons can grow up 26 feet and weight up to 200 pounds and eat alligators

  • Hunting Essay

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    important part of the state’s culture, identity, and economy. Customs go from coal as being a part of life to West Virginia University couch burning. In this essay, I will share the hunting custom of West Virginia and how it would maintain from an evolutionary, sociological, and ecocultural approach. In West Virginia deer hunting customs take place every year. Everyone gets excited when time comes to renewing license and getting the equipment ready. The evolutionary approach is the theoretical model that

  • Snakes Essay

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    Snakes are Beneficial "Snakes are just very instinctive to me. I've been playing with snakes since before I could walk. It doesn't matter where or what it is, from the biggest to the most venomous.” -Steve Irwin. Over the years snakes have been incredibly misunderstood. They have been villainized and made out to be monstrous animals. Consequently, they should be given the same respect that other animals are given especially since they provide many benefits to humans as well as other animal species

  • Hunting Essay

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    Part 1: Introduction Hunting in general is a tradition that is falling far under the expectation of those really committed to the sport compared to the amount of people actively participating. The hope for keeping hunting going in an urbanized society is to involve the youth of this generation and many generations to come. Many might say that hunting is not suitable for children because of the vast amount of understanding and responsibility involved. However, in this essay you will come to realize

  • Hunting Snake Essay

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    Hunting snake Judith Wrigh Judith Wright was born in Australia in 1915 and lived there until her death in 2000. She loved the country side and all that it meant to those who lived there, especially to the aboriginal people. Most of her writing describes nature. Judith was a founding member of the Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland. The poem is very tightly written with traditional four line stanzas, a simple rhythm and rhyme pattern. There is also a very present sibilance, which reminds

  • Will Hunting Essay

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    FÖRDJUPNINGSUPPGIFT PSYKOLOGI B - Ni väljer själva om ni gör uppgiften själva eller med EN - TVÅ kompisar Uppgiften redovisas muntligt. 1. Psykologiska perspektiv och personlighet De psykologiska perspektiv som du nu är välbekant med (psykodynamiska, kognitiva, beteende, humanistiska och biologiska) har olika teorier om vad som formar en människa och hennes personlighet. I den här uppgiften ska du visa att du kan tillämpa en eller flera av dessa teorier om personlighet på en karaktär

  • The Snake Essay

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    D. H. Lawrence Snake A snake came to my water-trough On a hot, hot day, and I in pyjamas for the heat, To drink there. In the deep, strange-scented shade of the great dark carob-tree I came down the steps with my pitcher And must wait, must stand and wait, for there he was at the trough before me. He reached down from a fissure in the earth-wall in the gloom And trailed his yellow-brown slackness soft-bellied down, over the edge of The stone trough And rested his throat upon

  • Hunting Snake - Poem Analysis

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    when they see a black snake that speeds past, intent on catching its prey. The rest of the poem concentrates on the reactions of the poet and her companion. As they stood still taken aback by the sudden appearance of the snake in the grass, the snake slithers away. Main Subject The main subject of the poem is the sudden appearance of the snake and the surprised reactions of the poet and her companion. The snake does no harm to the walkers and they in turn do not harm the snake. Purpose Apart from

  • Fear of Snakes Essay

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    Anthony G. Perez Assignment 1 Fear of Snakes I have always been afraid of snakes. Just looking or thinking about them makes me feel so Uneasy, on edge and my skin begins to curl. I think this is maybe due to the depiction of snakes being portrayed as dangerous and evil. To me a snake is a snake and it doesn’t matter how big, small, are the color, and or if they are poisonous are not. They still scare the living hell

  • Hunting Snake Essay

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    HUNTING SNAKE -Judith Wright Hunting snake is the poem written by Judith Wright, an Australian environmentalist, who shares her amazing encounter with a great black snake. The main theme of the poem is nature. Here, the description that the poet gives about “the great black snake” is pretty much similar to the red bellied black snake which was found in the writer’s hometown in New South Wales. In this poem, the persona or the voice is that of the poet herself. The poem is

  • Hunting Essay

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    David Briski- Hunting- Against 1. The national media focuses on gun control as it relates to Modern Sporting Rifles and role Modern Sporting Rifles play, or don't play in self defense and the need for private citizens to own such a rifle. 2. The reality is a large number of firearms are used for the sport of hunting which is part of the heritage and founding of our country. 3. Firearms and their availability for hunting is often overlooked in this debate but it is important for all of us outdoor

  • Snake Bites Essay

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    Chandigarh 160012, India; Accepted 6 December 2004 REFERENCES 1 Warrell DA and international panel of experts. WHO/SEARO Guidelines for the clinical management of snake bites in the Southeast Asian region. Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health 1999;30(suppl 1):1–85. 2 Lewis RL, Gutmann L. Snake venoms and the neuromuscular junction. Semin Neurol 2004;24:175–9. 3 Riviere G, Choumet V, Audebert F, et al. Effect of antivenom on venom pharmacokinetics in experimentally envenomed

  • Hunting Snake Essay

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    The poem Hunting Snake, by Judith Wright, is a simple poem, it is easy to understand. It strikes the poets experience of crashing into a snake during a long walk. This poem deals with the feeling of fear; awe and when she sees the snake, amazement! The poem is written in four line stanzas using simple rhythm and rhyme. The weather is calm, quiet and gentle. This shows harmony. The sky is gentle, and the pace is slow. The slow pace gives a slight idea of romance. The great black snake breaks the tranquillity

  • Snakes Essay

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    Are you searching for sample narrative essays? Are you a homeschooling parent looking for a sample narrative essay? Has your child been assigned to write a narrative essay and you want a sample one to look at? Here is a sample narrative essay for 4th - 6th graders. "The Birth of My Baby Brother, Joe" I was very happy when my baby brother, Joe, was born. It was exciting. I will never forget it. It happened last year, on June 29. My mom gave birth to him, and I finally got to have a little brother

  • Hunting Essay

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    Hunting Hunting has been around since prehistoric times. There are many non-hunters in this world that feel that hunting is doing wrong to animals and a large part of this is because they do not look at many of the benefits that come with hunting.  There are many reasons why there are hunters in the woods shooting wild game.  Feeding their families is a reason for many hunters to hunt.  Controlling the population of wildlife is a large purpose of hunting, this includes auto accidents and vegetation

  • Hunting Essay

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    Essay Is Hunting good for The Environment ? Animals are being hunted all around the world. Some hunters are hunting because they want to preserve our environment and some are hunting for animal trophies and poaching. On the other side this hunting of any kind exploiting animal rights and brings extinction to rare species. And this is the reason we having a imbalance in our eco-system. This imbalance in biosphere leads to destruction of our flora and fauna. So hunting should be restricted

  • Hunting Snakes Essay

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    Line-by-line Analysis of ‘Hunting Snake’ by Judith Wright Hunting Snake by Judith Wright 1) The environmentalist Judith Wright shares her experience of coming face to face with a snake when she was with a friend. She remembers the warm autumn day, which she personifies as having a lot of grace. 2) The poet, being a lover of nature, fondly remembers the bright and pleasant day as she walked along a nature trail. 3) She remembers being with a friend and suddenly both of them froze in their tracks

  • Hunting Essay

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    Chad Prenzler 24 November 2013 English 10, 3rd hour Mrs. Bristol Is Hunting Safe Many people think that hunting is really dangerous and want to make it illegal but what they don’t realize is that hunting keeps deer population controlled and keep deer related car accidents down. Also many people do not realize that deer hunting is one of the safest hobbies to join. Everyone thinks that all the accidents that happen have to do with a gun, but really most of the accidents are tree stand related

  • Hunting Essay

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    Let me start off by giving a brief look into the hunting era during the first civilization. The human race began hunting and gathering food way before they did any farming and cultivating the land. Some of the first weapons made were for hunting. There was a wide variety of different weapons that were used during this era, from slings to spears crafted of wood and stone. For the very large preys, the hunters learned to work together in packs, similar to how wolves hunt to bring down their prey. Besides

  • Snake Bite Essay

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    someone else. In the book, Lives of the Saints, Vittorio’s mom, Christina, is acting suspicious around people after she got bitten by a snake. In the story, Lives of the Saints, Vittorio’s mother, Christina, seems to be having an affair with another man because she is lonely, she wouldn’t answer the other people’s questions properly when she was bitten by the snake, and there was evidence that a man was with her when she was bitten. Christina is the mother of Vittorio and she lives with her father

  • Snakes in Iceland Essay

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    Snakes in Iceland Jón Ingi Einarsson Enska 3.b Author Me and my first snake ( californian king snake ) I have kept some snakes here in Iceland and I am apart of a community that keeps and breeds snakes. This has been a small isolated group of people that have interests in these animals and are trying to legalize their existence here in Iceland. There has been a resent breakthrough and we might see snakes and lizards in our zoo soon. Boa constictor ( can grow to 4 meters in length )

  • Hunting Snake Essay

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    Hunting Snake - Judith Wright Hunting Snake Judith Wright Summary of the poem: The author writes about her dangerous encounter with a snake as she and her companion (who remains unnamed) were taking a stroll in the beautiful autumn weather. This poem is allegorical yet realistic, as it can be interpreted in many ways. Significant poetic devices and their significance Looking at the structure: 1. Consistent rhyme scheme (ABAB) which is destroyed at the last stanza when the rhyme scheme

  • Hunting Essay

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    day should go like on opening day of Hunting season in Wisconsin. I am hoping that it will be nice outside, no rain, lots of sun, no wind to spook the deer. The alarm goes off one last time so I pull myself out of bed to turn it off. I just then decide that I will wake my girlfriend, Rayne, up to go out and sit with me. Rayne wakes up and looks at me as if I am crazy for waking her up that early in the morning. We get up and start getting all of our hunting things together. Buck call, check

  • Snake Essay

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     The last stanza of the first half of the poem starts off with "Sudden successive flights of bullets streak the silence". The sibilant "s" sounds in this line evoke the speed and the sound of striking bullets. The trembling air is then personified in the next line, which says "Less deadly than the air that shudders black with snow" The air is shaking so much that is seems like it is "shudder[ing]" like shockwaves. The second part of the poem continues with "Pale flakes with fingering stealth come

  • Andy and the Snake Essay

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    Andy and the snake Summary The story ‘Andy and the snake’ by Ron Fabian is about Andy, he is interested in animals. He walks to an area with a stream which has steep banks. He sees a snake, so he follows it. Cars pull up behind him, and five guys and three girls get out the cars. Andy dares them to touch the snake. But one of the guys would rather kill it. The guy gets a gun; he aims after the snake but misses. Andy suggests that he will go get the snake and in return Andy gets his gun. The guy

  • What Mood Does the Poet Create in This Poem?-Hunting Snake Essay

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    Judith Wright with the title Hunting Snake. This poem is about a two person that walk in a garden or forest and they see a black big snake and the feeling is express in this poem, from the beginning until the snake is gone and they start to walk again. At the first line of the poem, it created a nice feeling or happy mood. The title of hunting snake created the mood of extreme feeling like extreme with fear feeling in hunting. Then at the 3rd-4th line it explains the snake with fear feeling. The writer