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61.  Both Ray Bradbury and Jamaica Kincaid says that they’re childhoods were happy loving and remarkable.

61.  Both Ray Bradbury and Jamaica Kincaid say that their childhoods were happy, loving, and remarkable.

 

62.  Both have also choosed to write stories about childhood; and its quite possable that them stories were took from real memorys.

 

62.  Both have also chosen to write stories about childhood, and it’s quite possible that those stories were taken from real memories.

 

63.  Kincaids first published short story, Girl, and her first novel, Annie John, explores the relationship among mothers and daughters.

 

 

 

 

63.  Kincaid’s first published short story, Girl, and her first novel, Annie John, explore the relationship between mothers and daughters.

 

64.  Ive read Annie John; its most straightforward than her collection of stories At the bottom of the river.

 

64.  I’ve read Annie John; it’s more straightforward than her collection of stories At the Bottom of the River.

 

 

 

 

 

65.  Ray Bradbury is a science fiction writer whom was born on august 22 1920 in Waukegan Illinois.

 

65.  Ray Bradbury is a science fiction writer who was born on August 22, 1920, in Waukegan, Illinois.

 

66. When langston hughes was eighteen he wrote one of his most famous poems The Negro speaks of Rivers.

 

66. When Langston Hughes was eighteen, he wrote one of his most famous poems, “The Negro Speaks of Rivers.”

 

67. Hughes became a prominant writer and the first african american to earn their living from writing, but he didn’t never make much money.

 

67. Hughes became a prominent writer and the first African American to earn his living from writing, but he never made much money.

 

68. When Hughes teached young writers he would tell them to explore your own families neighborhoods and cities  

 

68. When Hughes taught young writers, he would tell them to explore their own families,

neighborhoods, and cities.

 

69. He said that if writers learn that lesson good, they can influance others, their world become everybodys world.

 

69. He said that if writers learn that lesson well, they can influence others; their world becomes everybodys world.

 

 

 

70. Most of his work explore the experiance of ordinary African Americans, his short stories about Jesse B. Semple is the good example.

 

 

70. Most of his work explores the experience of ordinary African Americans; his short stories about Jesse B. Semple are  good examples.

 

 

 

 

71.  One of the most oldest recorded monsters are Humbaba, Humbaba appears in The Epic of Gilgamesh, wich dates back to 2000 b.c.  

 

 

 

71.  One of the oldest recorded monsters is Humbaba. Humbaba appears in The Epic of Gilgamesh, which dates back to 2000 B.C.

 

72.  The warrior Yorimasa aimed good and killed the monster, which had a monkeys head a snakes tail and a tigers paws.

 

72.  The warrior Yorimasa aimed well and killed the monster, which had a monkey’s head, a snake’s tail, and a tiger’s paws.  

 

  

 

73.  I admitt I used to think Frankenstein was the monster but he was the scientist who brung the monster to life and fleed from his creation.  

 

 

 

 

73.  I admit I used to think Frankenstein was the monster, but he was the scientist who brought the monster to life and fled from his creation.  

 

 

 

74.  In most of Stephen Kings’ novels the monsters are monstrous humans, however, It is an exception.  

 

 

 


 

74.  In most of Stephen King’s novels, the monsters are monstrous humans; however, It is an exception.  

 
 

75.  There are assuredly many monsters in his stories, in “The Mist” for instance a giant spider don’t hesitate to munch on humans.  

 

75.  There are assuredly many monsters in his stories; in “The Mist,” for instance, a giant spider doesn’t hesitate to munch on humans.

 

 

 

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