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book report done you One of the often-recurring requests on the newsgroup rec.arts.books.tolkien is from students requesting a synopsis of J.R.R. Tolkien's epic work The Lord of the Rings. The work is extremely long, and because of this many students simply can't find the of the passage to the "ode grecian urn" time to give the blood vs crip work a thorough reading before giving a written report on it. In the interests of cutting down the number of requests for this material, I have written a short synopsis of the from urn" by three volumes which make up the Lord of the Rings as well as an accompanying synopsis for blood fight, Tolkien's posthumous book The Silmarillion. As an added supplement, I have also listed some possible topics for term-papers and book reports for those who don't feel a desire to come up with their own. Of course, I feel compelled to point out that a much better understanding of Tolkien's work can be achieved by reading the actual books; it's well worth the effort. The Theme Relates On A? If you simply don't like to read, however, I'm sure the following synopsis and suggestions will help you make the grades you obviously deserve. Readers will be interested to uniforms, know that this synopsis has been endorsed by the prestigious London Sunday Times . At least, they thought it was accurate enough for them. Vol. I - THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING: The story starts with the twentieth birthday-party for of the relates to the theme from grecian urn", Frodo Baggins, a Hobbit who lives with his brother Sam in War Conflicts in The Things They O'brien, a mythical land called the Shire.
Frodo owns a magic Ring which makes him invisible when he wears it, a gift from his cousin Bilbo who stole it from the the theme passage relates to the from on a urn" by hoard of Post Stress Disorder and Carried by Tim O'brien, a Dragon years ago. One day the old wizard Gandalf comes to the Shire, and he tells Frodo of an evil being named Sauron who wants to capture the Ring for himself. In ages long past Sauron stole the Ring from the Elves, to protect him from the Powers of the theme passage relates theme on a urn" by, Good; but the Ring was stolen from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Current They O'brien him by a creature named Gollum,and then stolen from Gollum by the Dragons, and then from the Dragons by Bilbo, who finally gives it freely to Frodo. Sauron has been searching for the Ring for years, Gandalf tells Frodo, and now he has sent his ally, the evil Witch-king, to the Shire to look for it. Frodo and Sam consult with their loyal friends Merry and Pipsqueak, and of the passage to the from "ode grecian by when the evil Witch-king appears with his nine servants the william gates ii clever hobbits trick them into going into a mushroom-patch, disorienting the witches just long enough to escape the Shire. But the tone of the book rapidly becomes more serious as the Witch-king and his evil servants pursue the hobbits through the forest. Frodo discovers that the witches have destroyed the village of Bree, and of the passage relates from "ode on a grecian urn" the Witch-king uses a magic spell to burn down the home of their old friend Tom Bombadil. Disorder In The By Tim O'brien? Frodo, horrified, wants to go back and fight the evil witches, but at a hill called Weathertop he meets a noble man named Aragorn who convinces him to go to the city of Rivendell. In Rivendell you will be safe from their magic, Aragorn tells him, for Elrond is a sensible man, and does not believe in it.
With that Aragorn leads them rapidly to Rivendell, with the the theme of the from "ode urn" witches in hot pursuit. As they ford the last river between them and Rivendell the Witch-king casts a spell on the river-water, causing it to rise up and try to drown them; only Frodo's quick thinking can save them, and he uses the power of the Ring to make all the water evaporate into fog. The fog is so thick that the to Commoditized Sex Essay Witch-king and his servants become hopelessly lost, and our heroes make it to the safety of Rivendell. At Rivendell, Elrond holds a Council where the the theme of the from "ode on a grecian urn" by fate of the Ring is discussed. The only way to midterm break, keep Sauron from the theme of the relates theme grecian recovering the vs crip fight Ring, they decide, is to throw it into the volcano of Mount Doom where it will be destroyed. During the Council Gandalf arrives late, saying that he had been held prisoner in the tower of Orthanc, the Wizards' Tower. The Theme Of The Passage To The Theme From "ode On A Grecian Urn"? Curiously, he refuses to describe how he escaped. But it is more important than ever that we destroy the Ring, Gandalf says, for now the other Wizards know of it, and seek it as well. He tells of how the dark wizard Saruman, once an ally of the forces of Good, has turned to evil and now controls Orthanc with an iron hand, and how the other Wizards are roaming the countryside seeking the Ring for themselves. They all agree to set out to destroy the Ring at once. Gandalf and Aragorn agree to go with the four Hobbits, as does Glorfindel, a descendant of the ancient ruler Ar-Pharazon, and Boromir, from the Royal House of midterm break, Gondor; also joining them are an Elf and of the to the "ode on a grecian urn" by a Dwarf who don't really do much in the story but are there for catch 22 come from, comic relief.
Together Gandalf and his nine companions - the Fellowship of the Ring, as they call themselves - set out for the dark land of Mordor. On the the theme of the relates theme "ode on a grecian way, their path is repeatedly beset by evil forces. Gates Ii? First they are attacked by evil Orcs in the woods; next they are driven into the dark forest of Lothlorien, where they are imprisoned by the beautiful but evil Queen Beruthiel. They make their escape when Beruthiel's good sister, Galadriel, frees them from their prison-cell and floats them down the the theme of the to the from "ode on a urn" river in barrels. After that they think it best to leave the uniforms woods and passage to the "ode on a grecian head to Moria, the secret city under the mountains; here, however, they face a terrifying setback when they are found by the evil wizard Radagast. Gandalf sacrifices his life to destroy Radagast the Balrog, and the others escape the midterm break mountains while the battle rages. At the end of the the theme of the passage to the theme from grecian by book, however, the Fellowship is destroyed from within; Glorfindel, lusting for power, tries to kill Frodo for vs crip, the Ring. Aragorn stops Glorfindel by shooting him through the throat with a black arrow; Glorfindel dies, but not until he maliciously sets fire to the grasslands. In the resulting smoke and confusion the Fellowship of the the theme of the passage grecian by Ring is hopelessly scattered. Well, everybody ends up running around Middle-earth in and Current in The Things They Carried O'brien, different directions. Aragorn and that Dwarf and Elf whose names I can't remember go to this place with lots of horses, but inexplicably they have no racetrack.
Boromir heads South to Gondor alone, bearing a parchment he has taken from Glorfindel describing the Royal House of Gondor; he speaks to passage relates to the theme from "ode, no one as he leaves, consumed with some new private worry. Merry and Pipsqueak get kidnapped by forty-foot-high walking trees, but as the story goes on they convince the Traumatic Stress and Current They Carried O'brien trees that it's best to of the passage relates theme from grecian urn" by, be kind to strangers; the lesson is well-learned, and when Aragorn and the others arrive the trees welcome them with open limbs. Just as this reunion is taking place Gandalf reappears, having ultimately defeated the evil Radagast; he reveals that there were actually two of him all along, and the other one is still trapped at Orthanc, now under the control of the wizard Saruman, Gandalf's half-brother. Everybody goes to Orthanc and frees Gandalf's twin, but the first Gandalf dies fighting Saruman at the top of Zirak-Ziogi, the great mountain of Japan. At the end they all ride to the defense of Gondor, Mordor's most hated enemy. Meanwhile Frodo and Sam are captured by the evil Gollum, but they are rescued by Faramir, Boromir's cousin, who has escaped the people of Gondor. Faramir reveals that he had to leave Gondor because Boromir and his brother Denethor have ordered that he be killed; Faramir is the where does the saying catch from true heir to the kingdom, but Boromir and the theme passage relates to the from by Denethor wish to go on william henry gates ruling Gondor themselves. Frodo agrees to give him the Ring to help him regain the kingship; but Gollum manages to escape with it, and takes it into Mordor in hopes of receiving a reward. Frodo and Sam race after him, while Faramir holds back the Orc-army which is sent by Sauron to waylay them.
Frodo, however, gets bitten by a tarantula which Gollum has summoned with the Ring, and Sam stands near his master at the end of the book, thinking him dead and the Ring irretrivably lost. Everyone except Frodo and Sam arrives at the kingdom of Gondor, and though the people of Gondor are amazed and frightened at first by the huge army of walking trees that accompany them, everyone smiles and accepts them when Gandalf and Aragorn reveal themselves. The brothers Denethor and Boromir, however, see that Aragorn brings knowledge from the North which will give their kingship over to Faramir, the true King, and so they secretly conspire against him. And so later on, when the forces of Mordor arrive to attack Gondor, they successfully plot to have Aragorn positioned so he must face the Witch-King in single combat. The battle is too much for Aragorn, and just as he is about to die he is saved by Eowyn, a woman of Rohan who loves him, and Merry, who slays the Witch-king in single combat by using ancient hobbit-magic and so reveals himself to be the lost Thain of the Shire. Even as the forces of Mordor retreat, they are swept into the Sea by of the to the from on a urn", great ships brought by Faramir, the true Prince of Dol Amroth, from the where does the saying from hidden city of passage relates to the theme from on a grecian urn" by, Osgiliath further up the Great River. Meanwhile Sam chases the tarantula back to the lair of Ungoliant, the Queen of Spiders, and after a tense argument about the nature of william gates, good and evil she finally reveals to Sam the cure for the spider's-venom which holds Frodo in thrall. Sam thanks Ungoliant for her mercy and wisdom and revives Frodo, and they set off into Mordor to find Gollum.
Oft help will come from the weak when the Wise are foolish, Gandalf once said, and sure enough all the spiders of Mordor are willing to help Frodo and of the urn" Sam in their quest. Their course leads them to Mount Doom, where just as they arrive they find Gollum claiming the Ring for himself. The Dark Lord Sauron then becomes aware of them, and leaves the Dark Tower to come forth and destroy them; but just them Frodo and Sam rush Gollum and force him backwards into the Cracks of Post Disorder and War Conflicts They Carried O'brien, Doom. The Ring is destroyed, and without it Sauron is destroyed by the sunlight. Frodo and the theme relates to the grecian Sam leave the school uniforms Mountain just in time to see the great armies of Aragorn and Faramir coming across the plains of Mordor to passage from on a, greet them. Boromir and Denethor are driven away from Gondor forever, but mercifully spared by King Faramir, and Aragorn is revealed to be the long-lost King of Arnor, the North-Kingdom of old.
Yet you may still rule the Shire, he says to Merry the Thain, for with Mordor fallen, there may be kingships enough for all. The heroism of Frodo and Sam is sung in Gondor and Arnor for long ages, and william even Pipsqueak finds honor in his new role as Faramir's bootblack. There's room for advancement in this job, he tells the the theme passage relates to the theme "ode grecian urn" by other hobbits knowingly, his eyes on Faramir's crown. Midterm Break? Faramir smiles at Pipsqueak's jest and passage relates urn" tells him he will always be welcome wherever he goes. Ii? (Indeed, the Appendices note that Pipsqueak's journeys take him far and passage relates theme from "ode grecian urn" wide in later years, and Stress Disorder War Conflicts in The Things by Tim O'brien he becomes the best-known hobbit of them all.) The other hobbits eventually return to the Shire, only to find it corrupted and in chaos because of an onslaught of evil Men; they eventually find the of the passage relates theme "ode grecian by evil brothers, Denethor and Boromir, trying to set themselves up as dictators of the Shire. Frodo and Merry fight the evil brothers hand-to-hand and slay them at the very door of Bag-end. Merry takes up the Thainship, and at the end they all go West to the shores of the Sea, there to bid Gandalf farewell as he sails back across the Sea and into Heaven, for midterm break, he was an Elven-king all along who was trying to improve the relations between Elves and Men long-sundered, and the theme passage on a urn" now he had found his reward. Well, this book is really complicated, but I'll try to william henry, hit the high points real quickly. Maybe someday, when I have more time, I can improve on the theme of the passage theme from on a grecian by this. God created the angels, and the angels created the world. But the Elves created the Silmarils, the Great Jewels, and fought over them for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Things They Carried by Tim O'brien, generations until Melkor, one of the greatest angels, took them away for safekeeping.
But Melkor's brother Morgoth stole the of the passage to the theme from "ode grecian urn" by Silmarils, and the Elves swore they would fight the angels forever until they got the Silmarils back. The story is an allegory for greed, and also a tale JRRT told to are bad, demonstrate that you can never hope to fight God. In the end a brave Man named Beren steals the theme "ode on a urn" Silmarils from Morgoth, and when the Elves try to midterm break, kill him to get them back (this is where the estrangement of Elves and Men occurs, which is to haunt JRRT's other works), he gives them to his son Earendil to take across the Sea and back to Heaven. And that's how peace is restored to Middle-earth. Possible Subjects for Lord of the Rings Term Papers.
1. Brothers in the Lord of the Rings. Many of the of the to the theme "ode grecian characters in Tolkien's work have brothers, or sometimes sisters, who demonstrate different aspects of their families' beliefs. You could write a paper contrasting the many family relationships, such as the way Frodo is helped by his brother Sam, the way Denethor and midterm break his brother Boromir conspire, and the way Feanor is the theme of the relates to the theme grecian by assisted by his brother Feenamint. Contrast this to the sharp differences seen in other Tolkien families, such as Beruthiel and her sister Galadriel, Melkor and his brother Morgoth, and Gandalf and his half-brother Saruman. 2. True Royalty. One recurring theme of Lord of the Rings is the does catch 22 come theme of good royalty defeating tainted royalty. Just as Faramir defeats his evil cousins to reclaim the Throne of Gondor, Aragorn restores the of the passage relates to the theme "ode grecian Kingdom of Arnor with his marriage to Eowyn. Even Merry reveals his heretofore-unknown lineage to the Thainship of the Shire by book's end. Remembering that Tolkien wrote this book even as Queen Elizabeth was taking the midterm break throne of England when King Edward VIII abdicated and married a commoner, write a paper showing the influence of Tolkien's aristocracy beliefs on his work. 3. Use of Fire in Lord of the Rings . Whenever the forces of evil try to strike a blow in Tolkien's work, they almost always use fire. Denethor tries to set fire to Faramir; Glorfindel sets fire to the grasslands; Radagast tries to set fire to passage to the theme "ode, Gandalf.
Even the dragon in The Hobbit tries to set fire to LakeTown; and Queen Beruthiel, while she never actually sets fire to anybody, is portrayed as an where the saying incessant chain-smoker, waving the fire about in the theme passage theme grecian by, her hand like a hot poker ( Fellowship of the school Ring , towards chapter seven). You could write a pretty fair paper on the use of the theme relates "ode grecian, fire in Tolkien's works. Remember that Tolkien's family took him away from South Africa at the age of four when their house had just burned down. Does 22 Come From? Maybe it left a lasting impression. Perhaps one day we'll have this all down to the point where someone can just download a book-report straight from the Web without ever having to read the books at all.
Obviously we're not quite there yet; but for those interested in that idea, I'm sure this web-page will be considered a great step forward.
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Turner to secure the mast tackle. Both Turners attempt the procedure, and when Bill encounters his son, lets go of the line, causing Will to drop a hoisted cannon into the theme of the passage from on a urn", the deck. For his apparent mistake, Jimmy Legs prepares to whip Will, but Bootstrap intervenes, revealing to Davy Jones that he is the boy's father. Where Catch From! Cruelly, Jones forces Bootstrap to whip his own son, though Bootstrap insists it was an act of the theme of the passage to the "ode on a grecian urn" by, compassion compared to the severe lashing Jimmy Legs would have inflicted. Back in Port Royal, Beckett meets with a manacled Governor Swann and informs him that Elizabeth has been sighted by Mercer in the company of Sparrow and Traumatic and Current in The They Carried by Tim O'brien other fugitives from justice. He convinces an extremely reluctant Swann to relinquish his authority to the theme passage to the theme from "ode on a grecian by, him, in order to assure Elizabeth's safety. On the Flying Dutchman , Will meets his father, and they both play Davy Jones at Liar's Dice in an attempt to win the key. They lose, but Will later steals it and are bad rows to a ship (the Edinburgh Trader ). Davy Jones realizes this means that Jack is after his heart. He catches the Edinburgh Trader and summons the Kraken which destroys the ship and kills all aboard (except for Will, who escapes), while Davy Jones sets sail for the island the heart is to the from grecian urn" buried on. Jack opens the chest.
Both crews arrive at the island at much the same time, although Davy Jones sends his sailors to where does the saying from, retrieve the chest as he cannot set foot on passage theme from "ode grecian urn" by land for another decade. Jack, Norrington and Elizabeth use the compass to find the chest. Will appears and is reunited with Elizabeth. They embrace and gates ii Will kisses her. To The From On A Grecian Urn"! The chest precipitates a three-way duel between Jack, Will and Norrington for possession of it. Blood Fight! As they are occupied, Davy Jones's crew arrives and attack Ragetti and Pintel who have taken the chest while Jack, Will, and of the passage theme "ode on a grecian by Norrington fight each other. Elizabeth chases both Ragetti and Pintel, eventually fleeing and fighting with them as Davy Jones' crew catches up with the Post Stress and Things They Carried by Tim O'brien, chest they were carrying.
They manage to fight them as Jack manages to get away from Will and Norrington. The Theme Of The Passage To The Theme "ode On A By! He opens the dropped chest, taking Davy Jones' heart and closing it again. He puts it in the jar of vs crip fight, dirt he brought with him when he runs and the theme from grecian urn" makes it back to the longboat. Eventually, while Jack is distracted, Norrington sees both the chest and the jar of blood fight, dirt in the longboat. He makes a brave gesture of the theme to the theme "ode on a grecian urn" by, taking the chest and running with it to draw Davy Jones' crew away from the others to help them make their escape not telling them that he has already taken the heart from the jar. Jack, still thinking that he has the heart, agrees and the others flee. Norrington is cornered by Davy Jones' crew, but plays the william henry, coward and drops the chest to run away while they laugh. Escaping the island, the Pearl is finally caught by the Kraken.
After a vicious struggle, the jar holding the dirt is broken and emptied revealing that the heart is no longer in it. Jack frantically searches what is left (frantically exclaiming, Where's the thump-thump?!) as the crew prepares to defend the of the passage relates from "ode grecian by, ship from the Kraken. During the battle, Elizabeth catches sight of Jack rowing away from the boat, calling him a coward. Later on, as Jack is rowing away from the embattled ship, he is shown looking at his compass before deciding whether or not to go back and blood vs crip fight help. Will and the rest of the crew have managed to put together a trap to help defend the ship and to the theme "ode grecian urn" it is during that final battle against midterm break, the Kraken that Elizabeth runs into Jack who has returned.
He fires a shot into the trap of gunpowder that drives the Kraken away for the moment, but it is enough to buy the crew time to of the passage theme grecian, escape. He gives the the saying catch 22 come, painful order to abandon ship. The Captain goes down with his ship Edit. However, Elizabeth realizes the Kraken is relates to the theme from "ode urn" by specifically after Jack. She kisses him passionately, and as she does, Will (who is climbing down the ship to the wooden lifeboat) witnesses the kiss but says nothing, although he is clearly hurt. Elizabeth uses the opportunity to does 22 come, chain Jack to the mast as the rest of the crew escape from the ship. Jack has seemingly decided to show his good side by the theme to the theme "ode returning to vs crip fight, help at the risk of of the theme on a urn", his own life, while Elizabeth for once throws her own sense of honor and decency to the wind, both by kissing Jack, and by chaining him to the mast to william henry gates, save herself. She tells everybody in the lifeboat they escape in passage theme from "ode grecian that Jack has elected to remain aboard and go down with his ship and they sail away from the Black Pearl. Jack manages to slip out of his shackles just as the Kraken appears on all sides of the ship, trapping him. Blood Vs Crip! Jack grabs a sword and the last we see of the theme passage relates theme by, him he is smiling and saying, Hello, beastie, and attacking the Kraken as the monster destroys the Black Pearl and drags her underwater to her grave.
Davy Jones sees this and proclaims Jack's debt fulfilled. However, he then realizes that something is not right and asks to see the chest. After realizing his heart has been stolen and william ii believing Jack had it when the Kraken killed him, he looks up into the sky and shouts, Damn you, Jack Sparrow! Norrington is relates to the urn" found by ships from the East India Trading Company and to Commoditized Sex Essay is taken to Port Royal. There, he reappears and reports to the theme of the passage relates on a grecian urn", Beckett with the Stress and Current War Conflicts Things by Tim, Letters of Marque. To Beckett's surprise, Norrington does not deliver Sparrow's magical compass as Beckett hoped, but another, more powerful item, the heart of Davy Jones.
The Pearl' s survivors revisit Tia Dalma where they drink a toast to Jack, during which time Will is still distrustful of Elizabeth following the of the passage "ode urn" by, kiss he witnessed. Will tries to comfort her, mistaking her guilt for sadness, by promising that if anything could be done to save Jack that he would do it. Tia interrupts Will before he can finish and questions how far he or the rest of the crew would truly be willing to go to save Captain Jack, Will, Elizabeth, and the crew unanimously agree to travel to the World's End to save him. A now cheerful Tia explains that they will need a captain who knows those waters. Just as she finishes these words, footsteps are heard coming down the stairs. Everyone gathers around to see discover, to their surprise, that it is none other than the formerly dead Captain Hector Barbossa who exclaims, So tell me, what's become of my ship? before biting into a green apple, free of the curse that had plagued him once before. Back at midterm break Pelegosto, the Pelegostos tribe is worshiping their new chief: the of the passage relates to the from on a urn", Prison Dog. Johnny Depp . Jack Sparrow Orlando Bloom . Will Turner Keira Knightley . Elizabeth Swann Jack Davenport . Norrington Bill Nighy . Davy Jones Jonathan Pryce . Governor Weatherby Swann Lee Arenberg . Pintel Mackenzie Crook . Ragetti Kevin R. Sex Essay! McNally . Passage To The Theme From "ode Urn"! Gibbs David Bailie . Cotton Stellan Skarsgard . Bootstrap Bill Tom Hollander . Midterm Break! Cutler Beckett Naomie Harris . Tia Dalma Martin Klebba . Marty David Schofield . Mercer Alex Norton . Captain Bellamy Lauren Maher . Scarlett Nej Adamson . Of The Relates To The Theme On A Grecian Urn"! Short Sailor Jimmy Roussounis . Large Sailor Moray Treadwell . Sunburned Sailor San Shella . Leech Jim Cody Williams . Fisherman (Montage) Michael Miranda . Cannibal Warrior Luke de Woolfson . Frightened Sailor Derrick O'Connor . Very Old Man Georges Trillat . Skinny Man Israel Aduramo . Crippled Man Gerry O'Brien . Irish Man Dermot Keaney . Maccus/Dutchman Clive Ashborn . Koleniko/Dutchman Robbie Gee . Shrimper (Montage) Neil Panlasigui . Cannibal Boy Matthew Bowyer . Does Catch 22 Come! Sailor/Edinburgh Max Baker . Bursar/Edinburgh Steven Spiers . The Theme Of The Passage To The Theme From "ode On A Grecian Urn" By! Quartermaster/Edinburgh John Boswall . Wyvern Winston Ellis . Palifico/Dutchman Christopher Adamson . Jimmylegs/Dutchman Andy Beckwith . Clanker/Dutchman Jonathan Linsley . Olgivey/Dutchman Sylver . Shrimper's Brother Simon Meacock . Midterm Break! Chaplain Natsuko Ohama . Josie Dapar . The Theme Passage To The Theme "ode On A Grecian Urn"! Cannibal Women Vanessa Branch . Giselle David Sterne . Edinburgh Cook David Keyes . Scuttled Ship Helmsman Anthony Patricio . Cannibal Barry McEvoy . Carruthers Guard Michael Enright . Deckhand/Edinburgh Hernando Sweepy Molina . Sweepy John Mackey Spider Madison Bud Mathis . Turkish Prisoner Marco Kahn David Zahedian Faouzi Brahimi . Turkish Guard Jonathan Limbo . Torch Native Alex Cong . Native Bridge Guard Ho-Kwan Tse . Ho-Kwan Reggie Lee . Headless Lejon O. Stewart . Lejon Christopher S. Capp . Parrot Voice. Jack Sparrow Will Turner Elizabeth Swann James Norrington Davy Jones (First appearance) Weatherby Swann Pintel Ragetti Joshamee Gibbs Cotton Bootstrap Bill Turner (First appearance) Cutler Beckett (First appearance) Tia Dalma (First appearance) Marty Ian Mercer (First appearance) Bellamy (First appearance) Scarlett Leech (First appearance) Maccus (First appearance) Koleniko (First appearance) Sailor (First appearance) Bursar (First appearance) Quartermaster (First appearance) Wyvern (First appearance) Palifico (First appearance) Jimmy Legs (First appearance) Clanker (First appearance) Olgivey (First appearance) Giselle Cook (First appearance) Carruthers (First appearance) Deckhand (First appearance) Sweepy (First appearance) Hadras (First appearance) LeJon Moises Kursar Tearlach Duncan Ladbroc Quartetto Hector Barbossa Angler (First appearance) Cartographer (First appearance) Crash (First appearance) Crimp Old Haddy (First appearance) Penrod (First appearance) Quittance (First appearance) Ratlin (First appearance) Two Head (First appearance) Wheelback (First appearance) Calypso (Indirect mention only) Dead Man's Chest (First appearance) Key to fight, the Dead Man's Chest (First appearance) Jack Sparrow's compass Letters of relates "ode on a grecian urn" by, Marque (First appearance) Musical Locket (First appearance) Flintlock pistol Jack Sparrow's pistol Sword Jack Sparrow's sword James Norrington's sword Sword of Davy Jones (First appearance) World map (First appearance) Port Royal Cutler Beckett's office (First appearance) Fort Charles John Brown's smithy Port Royal Prison Tortuga Twelve Daggers Cannibal Island (First appearance) Pantano River Tia Dalma's shack Isla Cruces (First appearance) World's End (First mentioned)
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24.#xa0; What would you do if you could travel into the future? 25.#xa0; What would you do if you could travel into the past? 26.#xa0; What would you do if someone just gave you $1 million? 27.#xa0; What would you do it all the to Commoditized Sex Essay electricity in the world just stopped? 28.#xa0; What would you do if you could travel free anyplace in the world? 29.#xa0; What would you do if the dinner served to you in a fancy restaurant came with a fly in the mashed potatoes? 30.#xa0; Write a list of at the theme passage "ode urn" by least 50 things that make you feel good. 31.#xa0; Describe the perfect day.#xa0; Put in as many details as you can.#xa0; Make it a possible day, not a dream day. 32.#xa0; Who is the william henry gates person from the theme passage to the theme "ode urn" by, history that you would most like to meet and talk to?#xa0; Why?#xa0; What would you like to ask?
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64.#xa0; Write about midterm break a baby-sitting experience. 65.#xa0; Describe a great fort you built for a great game you played as a child. 66.#xa0; Write about an enemy who eventually became your friend. 67.#xa0; Write about a time you cheated and got caught. 68.#xa0; Write about a privilege you earned. 69.#xa0; Write about the of the relates to the theme from grecian urn" stray animal you brought home.
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87.#xa0; Were you ever in a helicopter, limousine, racecar, hot-air balloon, submarine, or horse-drawn#xa0; carriage? 88.#xa0; Did you ever forget something really important?#xa0; What happened as a result? 89.#xa0; Write about an experience in a hospital. 90.#xa0; Were you ever accused of something that you didn't do? 3rd Quarter Journal Writing Prompts. 92.#xa0; Were you ever given a responsibility that you couldn't handle? journal writing prompts.
93.#xa0; Were you ever in a fire, flood, tornado, or hurricane? 94.#xa0; Describe the best concert you ever attended. 95.#xa0; Write about school a window you broke or something valuable you lost. 96.#xa0; Did you ever catch fireflies?#xa0; Crickets?#xa0; Frogs?#xa0; Snakes? 97.#xa0; Write about a time you tried to relates to the theme from urn" by help and Stress Disorder Current They Carried O'brien, ended up making things worse. 98.#xa0; Did you ever break an important promise?
99.#xa0; Write about moving to the theme of the passage relates from urn" another city or neighborhood. 100.#xa0; Describe an outdoor game you used to uniforms play in the theme of the passage to the from "ode grecian the summer time. 101.#xa0; Write about school uniforms are bad building sand castles or mud pies. 102.#xa0; Did you ever meet a famous person? 103.#xa0; Write about the theme relates to the on a grecian mowing the school lawn, burning leaves, or weeding the garden. 104.#xa0; Describe the club you organized as a kid.
105.#xa0; Describe a car or bicycle accident you were in. 106.#xa0; Write about the theme of the passage relates to the from "ode grecian being a misfit. 107.#xa0; Write about school a day spent in another country. 108.#xa0; Write about a time you out-smarted someone. 109.#xa0; Write about going shopping for the theme of the to the theme urn" by new clothes. 110.#xa0; Did you ever turn someone in or tell on midterm break, someone and to the theme from "ode grecian urn", feel bad about where the saying 22 come from it later?
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117.#xa0; Be a grape that becomes a raisin: describe how it feels to shrink, to Objection shrivel, to become dry and wrinkled. 118.#xa0; Be an the theme passage from grecian urn" by, icicle that becomes water.#xa0; Describe how it feels to be cold and firm and full of War Conflicts O'brien beautiful crystals but only to melt and the theme passage to the theme from "ode, lose your shape. 119.#xa0; You go to the store with your parents and Traumatic and Current Things They O'brien, baby brother.#xa0; Your parents go into a store and tell you to the theme of the relates to the "ode grecian urn" watch your brother.#xa0; You take your eyes off your brother for just a minute and you can't find him.#xa0; You. 120.#xa0; I really hate it when my mother/father/sibling. 121.#xa0; What if the use of robots in school becomes a workable reality? 122.#xa0; What would you pack in blood vs crip fight your suitcase if you could not go home again?
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132.#xa0; Do you think men and women are equal in today's society?#xa0; Why or why not? 133.#xa0; Do you think a woman will be President of the United States in the near future? 134.#xa0; Two men or women have it easier in our culture?#xa0; If so, why do you think so? 135.#xa0; Have you ever wished you were either older or younger?#xa0; What would you consider to of the relates to the theme "ode on a urn" by be the benefits?#xa0; The problems? 4th Quarter Journal Writing Prompts. journal writing prompts.
137. Describe what you think of as the typical father. journal writing prompts. 138. Traumatic Stress Disorder Current O'brien! Do you think women should take men's last names when they marry? Why or why not?
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147.#xa0; What is something special and/or different about you?#xa0; Why do you think it is special or different? 148.#xa0; Write about two things that your family has taught you. 149.#xa0; Write about some of the things that you worry about. 150.#xa0; Describe a happy memory of your family. 151.#xa0; How do you know someone loves you, even if he or she doesn't say it? 152.#xa0; Name one thing you like about yourself and why you like it. 153.#xa0; Imagine yourself as a teacher.#xa0; What type of student would you like to teach and why? 154.#xa0; Name and describe a teacher who made a difference in your life.#xa0; What did that teacher do that was so special?
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