"Freedom is not doing what you want. Freedom is wanting to do what you have to do. This kind of freedom is always rooted in practiced habit" - Northrop Fyre
Please explain & provide example ?? Need for essay ! but thanks in advance ! (:
Alright, so I know on TVTropes, the definition of Plot Armor is basically, "An unexplained reason that prevents the main (or plot-related) character/s from dying at a particular time, other than the fact that they are the main (or plot-related) character.
I'm wondering if there's an actual literary term for this, or if it's something so rare that TVTropes is the only way to figure it out. I'm assuming it's not the latter choice.
Any ideas and/or the answer would be appreciated. Thanks.
-I'm not attentive while reading. Every time I read (no matter the subject or how interested in it I am) I always have a wandering mind that goes on tangents and never stays on task.
-I feel somewhat sick. When I'm reading, I feel like all the letters are moving around and I get sorta dizzy/headache-ish.
-I'm really slow. I have to take my time, re-read, and stop to take notes every so often.
How do I get that "extra energy" out?
Does anyone know if the American Russian Youth Orchestra is still around/still performs?
The only articles I can find about them on the internet are a bit outdated.
If anyone could provide a source, that would be helpful too.
Why does each book have a 'time limit' in each book that runs out at the end? I know that the time ticks down in the first book as Sam ages and runs out as he turns 15, but what is the point of having a time limit for each book. Can anyone enlighten me?
I need a specific autobiography that will give me better insight into people's emotions, wants, needs, problems, etc. that will somewhat represent what the majority of people think and feel.
I am not mature for my age in the sense that I can not relate to people's difficulties i.e. having to run a household, issues at work, financial problems, decisions, etc.
Curious what the different view points are out there. The criteria here are simply "war based" historical books and this is key. No other category within the genre of history will be considered.
Maybe I'll find something new to read as well as a result of this question.