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“Jurassic Park” by Michael Crichton

Perhaps it is a film most of us was one of the best childhood memories. Dinosaurs! How to live! Island! Adventure! Abduction! Shooting! Steven Spielberg, who is at the peak of his artistic career, took a true masterpiece that never ceases to stagger the imagination to this day. Nublar Island, which stretches the most amazing […]

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Composing a Satirical Essay

Satire stands in one single strip with paradox laughter and sarcasm. These concepts all are enjoyable and associated with fun, nevertheless, they differ based on personality of it. If laughter provides type cracks satire includes a philippic purpose, meaning that it is targeted on displaying the disadvantages of various problems and utilizes resources of parody […]

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“American Gods” by Neil Gaiman

Three years of his thirty-two spent in prison shadow (though the English version of his name sounds more attractive – Shadow). Disintegrated dreams of a serene future, when he learns of the death in a car accident of his beloved wife and best friend, your potential employer. Shadow falls in artfully arranged Odin network option […]

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“Slaughterhouse-Five” by Kurt Vonnegut

The first impression that I remember from ancient, the very first reading of the book – this discrepancy name. I do not know how things are in other people – but I have (after all re-read bestsellers, apparently) called “Slaughterhouse-Five” conjures up a variety of images … and does not coincide with the actual content […]

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“Faust” by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The poem of Goethe’s “Faust,” written in the XVIII century, still strikes the reader deep disclosure eternal themes of concern to all of humanity. The struggle between good and evil; knowledge of the meaning of life on earth; recognition of human supreme creation of God, able to create and to be happy from this. The […]

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“Metro 2033” by Dmitry Glukhov

Author fiction novel gained notoriety, and then it collapsed due to the huge popularity of the World Wide Web. The fact that Dmitry Glukhov first and subsequent chapters “Metro” posted on the resource online. In the traditional form of the novel, it was first published in 2005, when the author is completely finished writing fiction […]

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“The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas

Someone will say: “Sometimes we have to make a choice.” Someone said: “We always have to make a choice.” Let me stay a supporter of the second voice, for this is the saying true prophesies. The works of Alexandre Dumas crown crowned world classics, and it is in their best displays the problem of choice, […]

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“Feet of Clay” by Terry Pratchett

Blessed be the moment when Terry Pratchett decided to write the book. On the same occasion, we wish this brilliant dreamer long and fruitful life. It belongs to the (unfortunately, not numerous) group of people whose views on the world around us has a few non-standard angle of view. In addition, that tiny difference allows […]

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“Crime and Punishment” by Fyodor Dostoevsky

Dostoevsky’s novel “Crime and Punishment” – one of the most complex works not only in the work of the writer, but also in Russian literature as a whole. Today, when a strong habit of watching the film adaptation of the books “based on the” read “diagonally”, difficult to master volume novel, to see his deepest […]

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