Creative Writing: Origin Of The Big Dipper

Creative Writing: Origin Of The Big Dipper
Once their was a old couple who lived in a village near the country-side.
The village they lived in didn?t have a lot of food. The couple had a chicken
who had just had seven baby chicks. One day a monk came to the village to teach
the people there because they had very poor or no education. The monk had not
eaten all day and said that he was very hungry. The people in the village
panicked because they were so poor and barely had enough food to support
themselves. They didn?t want to anger him because they knew if they did they
would also anger the Gods









Reflection

They are the foundation of our village, our community or town.
Today I am asking, you know on divali day when mummy finish making all the nice sweets instead of choosing out the best to take for our friends the next day, let’s choose the best in a nice little package fill with food and take it to the old villager. Sit with him or her for a moment, cause as you know the “old are the wise”
To my brothers and sisters let’s lead by example. Let’s start by saying Sita Ram, good morning or Assalam u Alaikum cause it’s the little things in life that makes the difference.









World Hunger

World Hunger
My name is not important, but for the purpose of this paper, and to give a more personal perspective, you can call me Kumi. I am eighteen years old and live in a little village in Ethiopia. My living conditions are far from adequate, and my only memories of childhood are hunger and disease. Health problems around my village arise from poor hygiene, sanitation, and scarcity of water.









The Yanoman

The Yanoman
This ethnography is about the Yanomam. Most people will think of these
people as ?primitive?. But we do not consider the fact that these people look at
us and call us ?primitive? and ?subhuman?. This is why it is important to judge
these people with an unbiased mind.
The Yanomam are Indians that live widely scattered in southern Venezuela
and northern Brazil. They usually live in villages of 75 to 80 people. But there
are villages in which there are as little as 40 people or as many as 250 people
in a single village.









Open Field Farming Essay

Open Field Farming EssayOpen field farming was a system, which included the village and the people that were living there. Most people that were living in the village owned a strip of land, which they would look after and grow crops on, usually the same crop as the other strip owners. Each strip usually had two to four wide ridges.
Common land was for everyone who farmed land and the more land they owned the more animals they could have on the common land.









Salem Witch Trials Essay

Salem Witch Trials EssayThe Salem Witch Trials, of 1692, occurred in Salem Massachusetts. This is a case where people accused other people of witchcraft. Salem was a town governed by strict Puritan religion, and to have such a charge labeled against you could cost you your life. According to Boyer and Nissenbaum, there were many worldly reasons for the events that happened so many years ago.









The Silo Strangler- Creative Writing

The Silo Strangler- Creative Writing
The Silo Strangler- Creative Writing Slowly trudging through the swampy field silhouetted by the moon, was the fifth victim of the Silo Strangler. He was 15 years old, 5ft 6 and was the usual teenager who thought that the world revolved around him and that nothing could hurt him. His father laid down the rules in his house and the one he, made a point of most was that Andy should not sneak out of his bedroom and night to go and drink with his friends. Not only was it illegal for him to be drinking, the Silo Strangler was lurking around and had already killed four people in the vicinity of the village. It was violating this rule that got Andy killed. It started as soon as he climbed out of his bedroom window at 10:30PM.









Positive and Negative Effects of Tourism

Positive and Negative Effects of Tourism
I have discovered that many locals heavily rely upon tourists to earn their livings and to afford to live in such an expensive area as Castleton, where a small cottage will cost about £100,000. Locals running services for tourists do inflate their prices therefore creating much profit, particularly in the summer months. This is not a problem for locals as their lives and livelihoods have certainly been protected by the attraction of the quaint village in the countryside which is appealing to many city dwellers, i will go into detail on these issues later in this section of my project. There is also a downside to this for the locals. The locals don?t have many services for themselves in the village, there are virtually no shops for locals. Also tourists cause many other problems such as traffic ? the roads are often congested, litter and noise. There are also some conflicts over land use. The locals do have some benefits from the tourist industry, such as good public transport links, but they wish for something to be done about the many problems in the village.









Abigail Williams in The Crucible

Abigail Williams in The Crucible
I believe that Abigail Williams was a symptom of what was wrong with Salem society. I think that it was a mixture of her background, her personality and living in an oppressive society that made her cause the witch hunts.
The Puritan society of Salem was oppressive. There was no room for individuality. The theocracy in Salem was assembled to protect the people from everything unholy and as fears grew of attacks by Red Indians everything that could lead to disunity was outlawed. This had the opposite effect as it eventually tore the village apart. I believe it happened because everyone in the village, especially the children, wanted the right to speak freely. As Arthur Miller says, ?It was also, and as importantly, a long overdue opportunity for everyone so inclined to express publicly his guilt and sins.?









Analysis of Film Lawn Dogs

Analysis of Film Lawn Dogs
The first thing we notice in the beginning of the film is that it is dawn, and it is set in the suburbs. We are introduced to a small, middle class village, where there are large houses with huge lawns being watered with sprinklers. The lawns are neatly cut, to add emphasis to the middle class neighbourhood and that the people living there are quite wealthy, there is even a sense that the neighbours are in competition with each other and are constantly trying to out-do eachother. After a few minutes of the introduction to the neighbourhood and the main characters, the audience is shown a gate and a long country road leading out of the village. This eventually leads to a bridge, which has a lake underneath it, in which the water is quite dirty. As it is dawn when the audience gets there first look into the village, the lighting slowly becomes more high key, to give the true effect of dawn. The sound adds to the effect because there is slow beat country music in the background, to emphasise the fact that it is only just morning, this non-diagetic music gradually becomes more up beat as the scene becomes busier. There are also diagetic sounds to add to the effect of dawn, these are nature sounds, such as birds singing. Eventually the music stops when we are introduced to Devon and the camera focuses on her and what she is doing