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  • CRIM 101
    • Schmalleger, F. & Volk, R. Canadian Criminology Today: Theories and Applications, 4th edition (Pearson Prentice Hall, 2011)
  • ENGL 101W
    • Delbanco, Nicholas and Alan Cheuse. Literature: Craft and Voice, 2nd edition (McGraw Hill)
    • Madeleine Thien Simple Recipes (Emblem)
  • HIST 106
    • Katharine J. Lualdi. Sources of the Making of the West: Peoples and Cultures, Vol 2, 4th edition (Bedford/St. Martin's, 2012)
    • Lynn Hunt, et al The Making of the West: Peoples and Cultures, Vol 2, 4th edition (Bedford/St. Martin's, 2012)
  • PSYC 241
    • Dozois, David. Abnormal Psychology Perspectives 5th edition (Pearson Education, 2013)
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Image format. Strong , Mild , Weak.


  • ecstatic
  • elated
  • energized
  • excited
  • exuberant
  • jubilant
  • loved
  • marvelous
  • terrific
  • thrilled
  • uplifted
  • admired
  • alive
  • amused
  • appreciated
  • assured
  • cheerful
  • confident
  • delighted
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The 12 Common Archetypes by Carl Golden

The twelve archetypes are divided into ego types, self types, and soul types. Note: There are four cardinal orientations: freedom, social, ego, order. The types have a place on these orientations.

The Four Ego Types

  • The Innocent
    • Motto: Free to be you and me
    • Core desire: to get to paradise
    • Goal: to be happy
    • Greatest fear: to be punished for doing something bad or wrong
    • Strategy: to do things right
    • Weakness: boring for all their naive innocence
    • Talent: faith and optimism
    • Other Names: Utopian, traditionalist, naive, mystic, saint, romantic, dreamer.
  • The Orphan/Regular Guy or Gal
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  • any time — Athletics and Recreation Liability Waiver


  • monday 14 — Thanksgiving


  • monday 11 — Remembrance Day


  • monday 02 — Last Day of Class
  • tuesday 03 — Grades Posted Online
  • thursday 05 — Abnormal Psychology Exam
  • monday 09 — European History Exam
  • tuesday 10 — Criminology Exam
  • friday 13 — Intro to Fiction Exam
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  • when characters travel uneventfully from point A to point B
  • when a motivation is needed for a character who only appears for a couple of paragraphs
  • when you have a scene right after one time skip and right before another
  • when a scene is moving at such a fast pace you don’t have time to dedicate ten words to the rain
  • when a character is slow on the uptake and has a captain obvious moment for dramatic or humorous reasons
  • when explaining backstory and past motivations (sometimes)


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  • albicant: whitish; becoming white
  • amaranthine: immortal; undying; deep purple-red colour
  • aubergine: eggplant; a dark purple colour
  • azure: light or sky blue; the heraldic colour blue
  • celadon: pale green; pale green glazed pottery
  • cerulean: sky-blue; dark blue; sea-green
  • chartreuse: yellow-green colour
  • cinnabar: red crystalline mercuric sulfide pigment; deep red or scarlet colour
  • citrine: dark greenish-yellow
  • eburnean: of or like ivory; ivory-coloured
  • erythraean: reddish colour
  • flavescent: yellowish or turning yellow
  • greige: of a grey-beige colour
  • haematic: blood coloured
  • heliotrope: purplish hue; purplish-flower...
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Published first in a french book written by french writer Georges Polti, it was meant to categorize every possible situation which might occur in anything from a poem to a play. The list came about after extensive studies of Greek texts, french literature, as well as non-french literature. Polti claimed to continue the work of Carlo Gozzi, who had also, himself, found these thirty-six situations.

(on tumblr)

  • Supplication
    • Required Elements: a Persecutor; a Suppliant; a Power in authority whose decision is doubtful
    • The Persecutor accuses the Suppliant of wrongdoing, and the Power makes a judgement against the Suppliant.
  • Deliverance
    • Required Elements: an Unfortunate; a Threatener; a Rescuer
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Original list and a discussion of where to draw the line with character flaws.

  • absentminded: preoccupied to the extent of being unaware of one's immediate surroundings; abstracted, daydreaming, inattentive, oblivious, forgetful
  • abusive: characterized by improper infliction of physical or psychological maltreatment towards another
  • alcoholic: a person who drinks alcoholic substances habitually and to excess or who suffers from alcoholism
  • addict: one who is addicted, as to narcotics or a compulsive activity; gambling, drugs, sex, etc
  • aimless: devoid of direction or purpose
  • anxious: full of mental distress or uneasiness because of fear of danger or misfortune; greatly worried; solicitous
  • arrogant: having or displaying a sense of overbearing self-worth or self-importanc...
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