A recurring theme in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll is the inescapable change from being a child to a young adult. Through Alice’s change in body size due to drinking potions or eating cake, Carroll demonstrates to the readers how confusing or disturbing it can be for a child to grow up and slowly lose one’s innocence. 279 more words
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…but the Griffin hath a body bigger than eight Lions, and stronger than 100 Eagles, for certainly he will bear to his Nest flying, a Horse and a Man upon his Back, or two Oxen yoked together as they go to Plow, for he hath long Nails on his Feet as great as Horns of Oxen, and of those they make Cups there to drink with, and of his Ribs they do make Bows to shoot with.
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“You don’t hardly ever see this with other IGs,” Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) said of the USAID auditors’ allegations about the agency’s inspector general. “This is the worst we’ve seen.” (Susan Walsh/Associated Press) 2,828 more words