User:Sam Gibber

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Sam Gibber[edit]

AP English Language

Units[edit]

Education

Themes[edit]

Abandonment Love Success
Family Oppression Suffering
Hope Race Survival
Identity Rejection

Readings, Observations, and Experiences[edit]

Whether for class or my own enjoyment, these are a collection of some of my sources for learning.


Fiction[edit]

Film and Television[edit]

Lectures/Community Events[edit]

Nonfiction - Books[edit]

  • Bodanis, David. E=mc2. New York:Walker & Company, 2000.

David Bodanis writes about how the equation E=mc2 came into existance. He tells of the physicists and the theorists who's discoveries led to Alber Einstein wrighting his theory of relativity. This leads to many more discoveries and E=mc2 becomes one of the most important equations on the world.

"Once again a few lazy and dull days flitted past my sleepy eyes, you know such days on which one gets up late because one cannot think of anything proper to do, the goes out until the room has been made up.... Then one hangs around and looks halfheartedly forward to the meal.... However things turn out, we are getting the most delightful life in the world. Beautiful work, and together.... Be cheerful, dear sweetheart. Hissing you tenderly, you

Albert"

"You know me as well or better than I do myself," he wrote. "you know my former prejudices, and my present thoughts-you know my weaknesses, my vanity, my whole mind."


--Sam Gibber 15:21, 1 October 2009 (UTC)

Nonfiction - Essays[edit]

Pictures, Graphs/Charts, Cartoons[edit]