• Chilingsworth Dimmesdale Revenge Died
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    In 'The Scarlet Letter'; by Nathaniel Hawthorne, the act of sin that was committed by Hester and Dimmesdale changed not only their lives, but Chilingsworth's life as well. Chilingsworth's need for revenge consumed him, and changed his personality completely. The need for revenge will not only destroy the person who someone wants revenge on, but also the seeker. Chilingsworth anger and need for revenge controlled everything about him. In the novel Hawthorne mentioned that, 'Chilingsworth had been...
  • Diary Of Anne Frank
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    The Dairy of a Young Girl The autobiography I read 'The Dairy of a Young Girl' written by Anne Frank' is about a young girl who suffered a lot in the Holocaust. Anne Frank kept a diary, which made her a very well known teenagers. She has inspired people from all over the world. Her writings explain the true feeling of being in the World War II. She kept her dairy from June 12, 1942 and ended when it was discovered in August 1944. On her 13 th birthday on June 12, 1942 Anne received a diary from ...
  • Romeo And Juliet Verona Italy
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    Mercutio, montague Mercutio was killed by ty balt's sword was friend to Romeo, he was born on November 10, 1315 in Verona, Italy-Died in Verona, Italy, he left friend's and family with grief in their hearts, name's are romeo, , and Service's will be held at the montague tomb, Teus day at 12: 00 Tybalt, capulet Tybalt was killed by romeo through vengeance Tybalt was cousin to Juliet, he was born on December 19, 1313 in Verona, Italy - Died in Verona, Italy, he left family and friend's with grief ...
  • Tiberius Died Augustus Rome
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    Tiberius was born Tiberius Claudius Nero Caesar in Rome on November 16, 42 BC. Four years later his mother divorced his father and married the triumvir Octavian, later Emperor Augustus, who had Tiberius carefully educated. In 20 BC Tiberius commanded an expedition to Armenia, and he subsequently helped subdue the Rhaetia ns and fought against the Pannonian's (12-9 BC). In 11 BC Tiberius, at his stepfather's command, dissolved his happy marriage to Vip sania Agrippina (died AD 20), daughter of th...
  • Stop For Death Poems Narrator Died
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    Emily Dickinson wrote many poems in her lifetime. She writes two of my favorite poems. They are: "I heard a Fly buzz when I died" and "Because I could not stop for Death." They both have similarities and differences from each other. There are similarities in these two poems such as the theme and the observentness of the narrator. Both of the poems themes involve death. In "I heard a Fly buzz when I died", the poet writes, " And then the Windows failed - and then I could not see to see- ", which ...
  • John Calvin's Contribution To The Church
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    John Calvin 'We must remember that Satan has his miracles, too.' -John Calvin. 1 Mr. John Calvin was the leading French Protestant Reformer and the most important figure in the second generation of the Protestant Reformation. 2 He was a contributing catholic. We see why and how he was suck a good religious man by his back round, biography, and contributions to Christianity. He created a thing called 'Calvinism'3 which helped form Christianity. His life was certainly a remarkable one. John Calvi...
  • George Orwell Book Jacket
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    Eric Arthur Blair, known as George Orwell, was born in 1903 near Nepal in the Indian Village Moithari. 'This is exactly what he tried to do: he tried to change himself from Eric Blair, old Etonian and English colonial policemen, into George Orwell, classless anti authoritarian.' (web) His two most famous work were Animal Farm (1943) and 1984 (1946). Other books he has written have been Why I Write, Road to Wigan Pier, Down and Out (which was almost destroyed), Burmese Days, The Clergyman's Daugh...
  • Queen Elizabeth And Henry Viii
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    She took over the position of England's leader when her father Henry VIII died. She didn't care one way or the other what everyone's religion was. So she made Anglican the national church, and she didn't bother anyone who practiced other religions. She had no problem with other countries invading because they all wanted to marry into the royal family. So Elizabeth held her ground and never married, this way she insured England's safety. So instead of marrying she just played everyone. Her cousi...
  • Edgar Allen Poe Father Died Rich
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    EDGAR ALLEN POE BIOGRAPHY Edgar Allen Poe was born in 1809 in Boston. His stories were about love and sadness. He died when he was 40 years old in 1849. People said that they found him unconscious and believed him drunk. He was an excellent writer that kept people fascinated with stories. He died as he lived all his life was miserable and with out hope. It believed that he uses a drug named opium that helped him use his imagination and he uses alcohol. Those were his inspirations and his story'...
  • The Life Of Kate Chopin
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    The Life of Kate Chopin Born originally as Katherine O'Flaherty, Kate Chopin came to life on February 8 th, 1851 in St. Louis, Missouri to Thomas and Eliza O'Flaherty. The family she was born into was known as one of St. Louis' wealthiest family's because of her father's well-known success as merchant involving the sale of boats and wholesale grocery. In 1855 Thomas O'Flaherty died suddenly from a work-related railroad accident. Kate lacked male role models in her life after her father died. Sh...
  • George W Norris Died Twenty Father
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    On July 11, 1861 in York Township Ohio Mary Norris gave birth too a boy and named him George William Norris. When George was three his father died. After his father died his mother had to take care of eleven kids. When George was twenty he graduated with a degree and earned a law degree. He passed the bar exam to earn a law degree. Later, he thought some school. He did all of these events from age twenty through twenty-two. George moved to Beatrice in 1885 and opened a law office. He lived in B...
  • John Proctor Vs Minister Dimmed
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    John Proctor was a main character in Arthur Miller's "The Crucible." He was a farmer in Salem, Massachusetts in the 1600's. He was put to death when he would not admit to practicing witchcraft. Minister Dimmesdale was a main character in Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Scarlet Letter." He fathered a child out of wedlock in a sinful relationship, and fell to his death when he couldn't take the guilt any longer. John Proctor and Minister Dimmesdale had several things in common, but also had several dif...
  • Comparing Emily Dickenson's Death Poems
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    Mandy Kruvand "I heard a Fly buzz- when I died" v. s. "Because I could not stop for Death"I heard a Fly buzz- when I died" and "Because I could not stop for Death", two poems by Emily Dickinson, are both about dying and what happens in death, but present two different views on those topics. In one poem, death is civil, but disappointing in the other. In "Because I could not stop for Death", the mood of the poem is very civilized and polite. Death picks her up in a carriage and as they travel tow...
  • Queen Isabella Timeline Gave Birth
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    Timeline of Queen Isabella 1451-Isabella was born (April 22) to King John II of Castile and his second wife, Isabella of Portugal in Madrigal de las Alt as Torres, in Castile. 1452-Ferdinand was born (March 10) to King John II of Aragon and Juana Enriquez in Sos, Aragon. 1454-King John II of Castile died. 1454-Isabella s half-brother Henry IV became King. 1455-Isabella s brother Prince Enrique married Princess Juana. 1460-King Henry IV offered the hand of Isabella to Don Carlos, Prince of Viana....
  • King Tut Tomb Curse Died
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    In 1922, over 70 years ago, King Tut s tomb was finally discovered by Howard Carter, a British archeologist and George Hebert, also known as Lord Carnarvon. This was a historically significant discovery because inside these tombs were treasures from the ancient civilization of Egypt, and of course the mummy of King Tut. The tomb of the Egyptian Pharaoh, King Tut, is believed to contain a curse, but this theory is inaccurate due to the fact that the newspapers sensationalized events, Egyptians we...
  • Odysseus Cyclops Died Ithaca
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    CELEBRITY OBITUARIES Odysseus (354 A. D. ) The great adventurer Odysseus had died this year and it was thankfully the death he deserved, because unlike his lost friends who were eaten by the Cyclops, giant snake serpent, and the water cyclone that took the lives of most of his friends. Odysseus died of an obvious factor at his age because he died of old age. He was found by his son in his bed which he made with his own hands out of the stump of a tree, and when he was found by his son the wife o...
  • Mary Ann Nichols Annie Chapmen Catherine Eddoes Elizabeth Stride
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    Mary Ann Nichols Also know as "Polly" Born: 26 th august 1854 in dean street, Whitechapel Died: 31 st august Job: domestic servant o Prostitute o First women to be positively identified as the 'ripper's first victim although many historians believe that Emma Smith and Frances Coles, (two women murdered in Whitechapel at the time) are also the work of jack the ripper. o Well kwon alcoholic o Married at nineteen to William Nicholls, and around 1877 he ran off with another woman. Divorced in 1880 a...
  • Johnny Pony Died Bob
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    JOHNNY DIEING. WHEN JOHNNY KILLED BOB HE AND PONYBOY MOVED TO THE CHURCH THEN THE CHURCH BURNED DOWN AND THE LITTLE KIDS GOT STUCK IN TH CHURCH THEN WHEN JOHNNY TRIED TO SAVE THEM HE GOT STUCK AND DIED IN HOSPITAL. "LET THEM GO IN HE'S BEEN ASKING FOR THEM IT CAN'T HURT NOW." (PG 113) THE NURSE LET THEM SEE HIM BECAUSE SHE KNEW HE WAS NOT GOING TO LIVE FOR MUCH LONGER. BOB BEING STABBED. BOB WAS MURDERED BECAUSE HE TRIED TO DROWN PONY. "YOU REALLY KILLED HIM, HUH JOHNNY." (PG 55) WHEN JOHNNY DON...
  • Lucy Maud Montgomery Anne Died Teacher
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    Lucy Maud Montgomery was born on November 30 th 1874 in Clifton, Prince Edward Island. At the age of two her mother, Clara Wool ner Mac niel, died of tuberculosis. After her mother died, Maud was sent to live with her maternal grandparents in Cavendish. Lucy Maud Montgomery started reading a an early age. She started to write in school and at fifteen she had her fist poem published. After she finished school, Maud qualified for a teacher's license at Prince Wales Collage, Charlottetown. After s...
  • American Flag Betsy Ross
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    Betsy Ross lived from 1752 to 1836. She was born to Elizabeth Gris com in Philadelphia. In 1773 she ran away with John Ross to get married. But her husband died three years after they got married so Betsy took over his upholstery business. In 1777 there was a great revolt between colonies, which was called the Boston Tea Party. Since her job was a seamstress at her former husband? s upholstery business, it was tradition that George Washington call on her to ask her to design and sew a national ...