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  • Bud Drives Ellen
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    Book report on A Kiss before Dying Ira Levin Page count: 300 First published: 1953 Dorothy, Bud's girlfriend tells him she's pregnant. Bud is very angry but pretends he loves her. He gives her pills to get rid of the baby. -FLASHBACK: Bud was very popular at school. After the war he had several jobs and an affair with an rich widow. he went to Stoddart and met Dorothy. -PRESENT: If the pills won't work, Bud promises to marry Dorothy. Bud sees a golden future ahead because Dorothy's father is pre...
  • Ellen And Annes Family
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    The Holocaust The title of my book is Number the Stars by Lois Lowry and it is a historical fiction. My book was about a jewish girl named Ellen that stays with her best friend's family the Johansen's to avoid being caught by the nazis and relocated along with her family. I selected this book because it was by Lois Lowry and I read other books by her so I thought that this book would be good. I also chose this book because it was a Newberry award winner. Annemarie Johansen is the main character ...
  • End Ellen
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    Ellen Foster Essay The German philosopher, Nietzsche, once said Whatever doesnt kill you, makes you stronger. This quote is intimately connected to Ellens struggle to survive and find her way. This quote is very relevant to the novel because throughout the book Ellen comes across many hardships and has to find the courage and strength to overcome them. This is exactly what the quote is referring to, although Ellen lives a hard life and comes across many obstacles, she never gives up and in the e...
  • Past And Present Memories Of Ellen's Life
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    "When I was little I would think of ways to kill my daddy". [P. 1], says eleven-year-old Ellen. Thus the young narrator begins her life-story, in the process painting an extraordinary self-portrait. "Ellen Foster" is a powerful story of a young girl growing up in a burdensome world. As one reads this work presented by Kaye Gibbons, a chill runs down their back. Ellen, the main character is faced with a hard life dealing with endless losses, with the deaths of both her parents and her grandmother...
  • Beginning Of The Book Ellen
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    The majority of families were once considered perfect. The father went to work everyday, while the mother stayed at home and cared for her two children, "Henry" and "Sue". The children never fought and the parents were involved in all the community events. Our society has grown to accept that there is no such thing as a perfect family. Eleven-year-old Ellen from the book Ellen Foster, by Kaye Gibbons, grows up in a household where her father is an abusive alcoholic and her mother is too sick to ...

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