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  • Amory Blaine
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    F. Scott Fitzgerald Introduction to F. Scott Fitzgerald This Side of Paradise Book I Many critics have complained, with justice, that a great flaw in This Side of Paradise (aside from its loose, rambling structure) is the fact that the author seems uncertain as to his own attitude. He mocks the romantic delusions or emotional melodrama of his "little rich boy", Amory Blaine, while too often he shares, or seems to share, in the delusions themselves. There is, in short, a kind of "smart" pseudo-so...
  • Danforth Believes Abigail
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    By: Anonymous ESSAY: SALEM In 1692 in Salem Massachusetts a horrible chain of events occurred. A massive witch hunt began and a tidal wave of fear and suspicion swept over the tight knit Puritan town of Salem. A small group of girls began accusing the townspeople of witchcraft and the majority of the town believed these claims and full trials were held. If the accused victims did not confess to committing witchcraft it was more than likely that they would be put to death, hung in front of the to...
  • Whole Town Into Mass Hysteria
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    Individual psychological states are the combination of internal and exterior circumstances. In the town of Salem, a small Puritan Massachuteses town, there were The Salem Witch Trials. A group of young girls cried witch to get those who were innocent condemned by the town. No one actually saw the spirit of Satan, but the girls who cried witch started to gain influence and they actually threw the whole town into mass hysteria. Eventually, the girls had an emotional and psychological stronghold on...
  • False Accusations From The Girls
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    In the play The Crucible the structure of power goes through many different changes, different character groups such as farmers, slaves, preachers, judges, the girls and the wealthy landowners start to see their influence get strong or weaker as the play progresses. In the beginning of the story the preachers were looked at as one of the bigger powers in the community, because they were the ones who decided if someone was with God or with the Devil and they could either have you confess and turn...
  • Powerful The People Of Salem
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    The issues of power, that Arthur Miller's The Crucible, portrays are concerned with, who has the power, the shifts of power that take place and how power can consume people and try to abuse it, for either vengeance, jealously, material gain or sexual desire. Who has the Power Salem is an isolated village in Massachusetts where power is one of the main driving forces that contribute to the dynamics of the community and how people interact with each other. Authority and power is dominant in two ma...
  • Spice Girls And Female Powers
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    Girl Power By now, most people in the civilized countries must all have heard the Spice Girls: five gorgeous young females who are famous for their distinct images, cheery songs, and most of all, female-dominant slogans. Of course, their sudden fame are not at all surprising, since women throughout the world are becoming more aware of their images, powers, and rights. As we all know, the traditional female role and identity has always been portrayed as weak and introverted. After all the suppres...

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