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RAUCHDELIKT / Universal Shift / uniwersalna szychta

RAUCHDELIKT / Universal Shift / uniwersalna szychta

A UNIQUE SHORT STORY COMMENTING ON AMERICA AFTER SLAVERY! Explore analogies, social satire, author's tone, and Reconstruction in post-slavery America with Stephen Crane's short story written in 1900 "Dark Brown Dog." $4.99

A Dark Brown Dog- Analogy, Social Satire, & Reconstruction- Grades 7-8

Sometimes when I say "I'm okay," I want someone to look me in the eyes, hug me tight, and say,"I know you're not."

Notice I'm drowning inside. Notice I'm screaming for someone to notice me. Notice I need a hug and love.

Larry Crane shows you how to get rid of stored negative energy using the analogy of a virus in a computer.

zhannadesign direction: Larry Crane presents

I shared a concept that really challenged a few people's mindsets regarding core strength and the value of core exercises, in particular with back pain. I used the analogy of a construction crane that has had many accidents and a building crew attempting to fix the problem by only looking at the stabilizers of the crane. This would make perfect sense at first because an unstable crane will fall over. But what about the crane driver?

Core strength is more than just trying to work your abs. It is vital to learn how to move correctly in order to rid yourself of back pain.

...and yes, it's an analogy about the metal cranes used to build skyscrapers, not about birds.

OMG Beyoncé Interviewed Solange And It's As Good As You Hoped It Would Be

...and yes, it's an analogy about the metal cranes used to build skyscrapers, not about birds.

Jim Crow and Reconstruction- Analogy, Social Satire, Writing, Primary Sources, and Text Analysis in the middle school English and history classroom using Stephen Crane's "A Dark Brown Dog."

Jim Crow and Reconstruction Bundle Grades 6-10

Jim Crow and Reconstruction- Analogy, Social Satire, Writing, Primary Sources, and Text Analysis in the middle school English and history classroom using Stephen Crane's "A Dark Brown Dog.

I needed this. Sometimes it's so hard to even feel like we're living when we're not where we want to be. Always feeling like life is on hold until we get to move home.

Life is like riding a bicycle, in order to keep your balance you must keep moving. And that is the truth, if you give up or let go off life you with be thrown off balance.

Plato's "Myth of the Cave" compared to "The Truman Show" (1998)

Comparison of Plato’s Allegory of the cave and the Truman Show

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