You never walk alone

“Happiness is based on a just discrimination of what is necessary, what is neither necessary nor destructive, and what is destructive.”

Escaping from society.

Throughout the course of completing this project, our group did run across some problems, and decisions couldn’t be made, whether it was the layout or the context of the article. It was a hard time for us because we had no arguments or ideas from all four of us that worked to make this magazine.

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Albus Potter: The problematic child

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In the book I read over the Spring Break, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. The creators, J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, and Jack Thorne have made Man vs. Man conflicts throughout the whole play. The main character Albus, has problems with opening his mind to his father, as well as to his closest friend Scorpius, causing trouble. To top that up, Albus and Scorpius also had to go through Delphi, and to stop her bringing back Voldemort.

Above are 2 quotes that show the conflicts between albus and his father/friend.

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Johnny Tremain X American Revolution (Events & Outcomes): Writing Styles

For the past 2 days, I compared the pages 147-150 of the novel Johnny Tremain, written by Esther Forbes, with page 17 of a textbook called American Revolution (Events and Outcomes) by Dale Anderson.

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Am I American?

 

Hi, I’m Brandon. Brandon Hart.

I was born twice: First as a British boy that fully trusted the British, My father forcing me to believe in them.  I was a little foolish, if I would say. After my father’s death, I was full of rebellious thoughts, revenge fill up inside me like hot lava would inside a volcano.  At this time, Britain was all I relied on, until the incident, the Boston massacre happened. The trusted soldiers betrayed us, and I decided to change. I was born then again as an American.  The revolutionary thoughts deep inside me exploded, and I decided to change, to help become gain liberty.

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‘Murican Revolution in a few minutes!

 

Interested in the American Revolution? Take a seat, as me, June, and Hugo walk you through the American Revolution in common craft style.

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