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  • Hacker Crackdown

    Hacker Crackdown

    The Hacker Crackdown: Law and Disorder on the Electronic Frontier by Bruce Sterling is a book that focuses on the events that occurred on and led up to the AT&T long-distance telephone switching system crashing on January 15, 1990. Not only was this event rare and unheard of it

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  • Haimone's



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  • Halo - the Flood

    Halo - the Flood

    Edward Mai #22 01/21/05 HALO:The Flood By William C. Dietz Today I am going to tell you about a great book I read lately. It is called HALO:The Flood. The Flood is based on the award-winning Xbox game, Halo. This book was interesting because it tells the story through several

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  • Halo the Flood (first Person)

    Halo the Flood (first Person)

    The human race and the UNSC are at war with the alien race, the Covenant, who are bent on wiping out humankind. After the huge battle at Reach, one of the last remaining human strongholds, the SPARTAN soldiers were wiped out. Captain Keyes, a general of Earth, attempted to crash

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  • Halo: The Fall of Reach

    Halo: The Fall of Reach

    Written by Eric Nylund this book is the official prequel to the award winning Xbox game, Halo: Combat Evolved. Published by The Random House Publishing Group. Copyright 2001 Microsoft Corporation. A science fiction novel. Spartan-117 is the character of my choosing. Spatran-117 (his real name is John, but you

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  • Halo: The Fall of Reach

    Halo: The Fall of Reach

    Title: "Halo: The Fall of Reach" Author: Eric Nylund Genre: Science-Fiction State major events - Major events are those revolving around, leading up to, and resulting from the conflict or major problems in the work. 1. Spartans' (super soldiers, highly advanced warriors, specially bioengineered and technologically augmented, the best

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  • Halo: The Fall of Reach

    Halo: The Fall of Reach

    Reader's Log Chapter 1: The story is set in the year 2517. The first scene is on a ship in Slipspace, which appears to be some sort of third dimension in which starships can travel at near the speed of light. Lt. Keyes wakes up out of cryosleep and discusses

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  • Halo: The Flood

    Halo: The Flood

    In my review of the first Halo book, I joked that I would have rather read a book about Halo than played the game. Unfortunately, I need to eat those words. Halo: The Flood by William Dietz takes all the drudgery of the game and translates it, nearly verbatim, into

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  • Hamilton and Burr

    Hamilton and Burr

    Alexander Hamilton, in my opinion did not intend to short Aaron Burr. I think that Alexander Hamilton intentionally throw his shot away so that he could have a honorable death and to bring this conflict between two men to an end. There are several evidence that I base my

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  • Hamlet


    Select one of Hamlet soliloquies (preferably not "To be or not to be. . .") and by a detailed attention to the poetry discuss the nature of Hamlet's feelings as they reveal themselves in this speech. What insights might this speech provide into the prince's elusive character? Confine your attention

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  • Hamlet


    Hamlet Hamlet has fascinated audiences and readers for centuries, and the first thing to point out about him is that he is enigmatic. There is always more to him than the other characters in the play can figure out; even the most careful and clever readers come away with the

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  • Hamlet


    Hamlet is the son of the late King Hamlet (of Denmark), who died two months before the start of the play. After King Hamlet's death, his brother, Claudius, becomes king, and marries King Hamlet's widow, Gertrude (Queen of Denmark). Young Hamlet fears that Claudius killed his own brother (Hamlet's father)

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  • Hamlet - Act 5 Scene 1

    Hamlet - Act 5 Scene 1

    ColorSet-1ColorPos-1StyleSet-1StylePos-1 Krista Wallover 4/03/05 Humanities ACT 5 Scene 1 Hamlet: Woe is me. I miss my dear Ophelia. Where is my beautiful maiden? I cannot believe I will never see her again. Well, at least not until I am dead and buried. Ophelia: Hamlet what are you babbling about? I'm

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  • Hamlet Act 5 Scene 1

    Hamlet Act 5 Scene 1

    Hamlet Act 5 Scene 1 (Lines 227-266) Act 5 scene 1 depicts burial ritual of Ophelia, the main women character of the play, who committed suicide. The scene under analysis portrays psychological burden and pressure caused by her death. Shakespeare describes that death of Ophelia is heavy for her relatives

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  • Hamlet and Macbeth as Tragedies

    Hamlet and Macbeth as Tragedies

    In every one of William Shakespeare plays is a tragic hero, and every tragic hero has a tragic flaw. Two examples of this would occur in Hamlet and Macbeth. Both title characters possess the equalities of a tragic hero. What is tragedy? Aristotle defines tragedy: "A tragedy must not

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  • Hamlet and Revenge

    Hamlet and Revenge

    Revenge. Revenge causes one to act blindly through anger, rather than through reason. It is based on the principle of an eye for an eye, but this principle is not always an intelligent theory to live by. Young Fortinbras, Laertes, and Hamlet were all looking to avenge the deaths of

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  • Hamlet by William Shakespeare

    Hamlet by William Shakespeare

    In the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare Two of the character's fathers are brutishly murdered. The first murdered character is King Hamlet who is supposed to be revenge by his son prince Hamlet. The second murder is Polonius who is supposed to be revenged by his son Laertes. Both

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  • Hamlet Characters

    Hamlet Characters

    Hamlet The prince of Denmark, and a student at the University of Wittenberg. At the beginning of the play, Hamlet's father, King Hamlet, has recently died, and his mother, Queen Gertrude, has married the new king, Hamlet's uncle Claudius. Hamlet is melancholy, bitter, and cynical, full of hatred for his

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  • Hamlet Coleridge Critique

    Hamlet Coleridge Critique

    HAMLET was the play, or rather Hamlet himself was the character, in the intuition and exposition of which I first made my turn for philosophical criticism, and especially for insight into the genius of Shakspeare, noticed. This happened first amongst my acquaintances, as Sir George Beaumont will bear witness; and

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  • Hamlet Soliloquy

    Hamlet Soliloquy

    In his self-comparison to Fortinbras' army in Act IV Scene IV, Hamlet finds motivation to slay Claudius, but fails to commit to his passion as he ends his soliloquy, "My thoughts be bloody or be nothing worth!" Hamlet deceives himself by vowing merely his thoughts to be bloody, but not

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  • Hamlet Vs as You like It

    Hamlet Vs as You like It

    As You Like It and Hamlet were both written by the famous English playwright William Shakespeare. Written between 1599 and 1601 Hamlet explores a young intellectual who is caught in the middle of a dysfunctional family. Hamlet's father who was the King of Denmark was murdered by Claudius, his uncle,

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  • Hamlet's Crazy!

    Hamlet's Crazy!

    Hamlet's Crazy! The idea of madness portrayed by Hamlet and Ophelia is a perfect example of the changes that occur after certain traumatic situations. Hamlet's actions throughout the play are a direct reaction towards the trauma earlier in the play. Ophelia and her ending in life is the ultimate price

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  • Hamlet's Hamartia

    Hamlet's Hamartia

    There are probably many different hamartia's exibited by Hamlet, the one that seems most obvious would have to be his indecisivness. Hamlet seems to have trouble making up his mind about a couple of different dilemma's that he is faced with. A good example is his struggle with wether or

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  • Hamlet's Sanity

    Hamlet's Sanity

    Hamlet's Sanity Hamlet appears to be insane, after Polonius's death, in act IV scene II. There are indications, though, that persuade me to think other wise. Certainly, Hamlet has plenty of reasons to be insane at this point. His day has been hectic-he finally determined Claudius had killed his father,

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  • Hamlet's Tragic Flaw

    Hamlet's Tragic Flaw

    Shakespeare's Hamlet is a play written to make the reader or director think for himself and create what he thinks to be Hamlets tragic flaw come alive. Any argument could be well supported or demolished on quotes and actions from the text and one's interpretation of these. The bottom line

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  • Hamlet, Ophelia's Decent to Madness

    Hamlet, Ophelia's Decent to Madness

    In Hamlet, madness is portrayed through both Hamlet and Ophelia, but while Hamlet feigns his insanity, Ophelia truly goes insane by her father's murder, and the unjust harshness of Hamlet. They each share a common connection: the loss of a parental figure. Hamlet loses his father as a result of

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  • Hamlet, the Prince of Death

    Hamlet, the Prince of Death

    Mel Gibson says that all of the deaths during the play result from Hamlet's decision to not kill Claudius while he is praying. Agree or disagree and explain why. Hamlet, The Prince Of Denmark, one of the most well known plays written by William Shakespeare, it's a tale of

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  • Hamlet: Act III Scene II

    Hamlet: Act III Scene II

    Hamlet: Act III Scene II In this scene, taking place in a castle hall, Hamlet devises a plan to reinforce his beliefs of his uncle’s treachery by having a play acted out for him. This play tells the story of a nephew who murders his uncle, the king, and marries

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  • Hamlets Relationships

    Hamlets Relationships

    In William Shakespeare's Hamlet, the character of Hamlet has many relationships with all characters. The theme human relationships is very strong in this play. A human relationship is a logical or natural association between two or more people. Hamlet has many of these associations with King Hamlet's Ghost, Gertrude, Claudius,

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  • Handmaids Tale

    Handmaids Tale

    The Handmaid's Tale The Handmaid's Tale is a gripping novel about one woman's struggle through a revolution of extremism. In this society of severe military rule, her position is one of slavery were she is used for breeding. She is under constant surveillance and any miscue she makes can result

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