Thursday, November 25, 2010
Monday, November 15, 2010
A farmer, stricken with a fatal disease, was worried that his sons would be negligent towards the fields, the crops would perish, a his family would be without a cent. So he summoned his sons and told them that there was a great treasure hidden in one of his fields. Accordingly, after their father's death, they searched in all the fields, which, to their frustration, yielded nothing. In response to their wasted digging however, the crops were well plowed and they collected an abundant harvest which sustained the whole family for a very long time. By and by, the sons realized that their well-spent anger was, in truth, the fruit of their own labor.
Saturday, November 13, 2010
A Contrast and Compare Paragraph on the Differences between the Rocky Mountains and the Appalachians
Friday, November 5, 2010
Monday, November 1, 2010
The Hound of the Baskervilles begins when, after Sir Charles' mysterious death, a man called Dr. Mortimer comes to Sherlock Holmes seeking advice to a certain family legend. This legend contains a gigantic, fearsome hound. Sir Charles, thought to be the victim of the phantom hound, was found dead, paralyzed with signs of utmost fear written on his face. Holmes and Watson investigate, while guarding Sir Henry Baskerville, the heir of Sir Charles' estate. When danger arises, Watson does his best to keep Henry away from the moor, where signs of the hound are frequently found. In the end, Holmes devises a plan to catch the criminal responsible for Charles' death, risking Henry's life to save it.