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  • Tragedy Lies With The Entire Salem Community
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    The Crucible: Although Abigail and The Girls Initiate The Tragedy, Responsibility Lies With the Whole Salem Community Although Abigail and the girls initiate the tragedy, responsibility lies with the whole Salem community. Discuss. I do believe that Abigail and the girls initiated the tragedy, what with all their talk about spirits and the with the devil during the opening act. For one reason or another, it can be said that the blame for this tragedy lies with the entire Salem community. But cou...
  • Girl 5 Name
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    Characters Scientist 1 Name: Albert Albert is essentially the leader of the group of troubled scientists. Although he does not create the idea he builds on it and implements it. Taller than the other characters, he is of a higher status. Scientist 2 Name: Harry Harry always appears to be in a reverie and though he plays a large part in the bombing etc, he never seems to comprehend understand, the destruction they have / will cause. Over the course of the play he proves to be quite psychotic, lic...
  • Letter From Sammie
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    Pen Pals: Based On X-Files Characters Forward: This story was written based on the X-Files characters created by Chris Carter and Ten Thirteen productions. In no way this story is being used to infringe or defame these characters or the X-Files television series. The story is based on my speculation of what happened to Agent Fox Mulder's sister when she was a child. According to the writers of the X-Files, this story has no affiliation to what really happened to Samantha Mulder when she was a ch...
  • Cinderella
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    She came, she saw, she conquered. Cinderella, the story of a regular girl who loses her father and is enslaved by her stepmother, shows children that they can achieve anything if they put their mind to it. For me, Cinderella was not only a story about a poor girl who marries a prince and lives happily ever after. It shows me that no matter what situation I am and how bad I think the circumstances might be; I am bound to get my happy ending, if a try hard enough. Cinderella manages to overcome he...
  • Symbolism Of A White Elephant
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    In Hemingway's "Hills Like White Elephants" I found many layers of symbolism, and a fascinating psychological underplay afoot between his two characters. It begins with the girl's comment about a line of white hills seen in the distance, which she compares to white elephants. The man responds with the comment "I've never seen one". The symbolism of a white elephant is widely known as something very large or apparent that no one wishes to acknowledge or speak of in American society. It is an inte...
  • Lot About Your Disposition Al Factors
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    Past, Present, and Promise 'Past, Present, and Promise'; is the first volume in the twenty-six volume set. The video begins by introducing the series and going over basic definitions such as the definition of psychology. The video continues on by giving an example of a disorder that psychologists may work with- multiple personality disorder. A woman who has an extreme case of this disorder is introduced. At times she believes she is a scared seven year old girl named Carol, and at other times sh...
  • Communist Dealings In The Red Scare
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    The Crucible by Arthur Miller was set in one of the most chaotic times in American history but not the last. In the 1950's a similar haze of disarray fell on the people of America, in a period referred to as The Great American Red Scare. Like in The Crucible many were pressed and pressured to give names of the involved, whether it be witchcraft or "communist dealings". Even highly respected of both societies were tried for a mere mentioning of there name. Then those who wouldn't admit to the cri...
  • 00 P M
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    Graduation I can still remember it like yesterday. It was June 6, 1994, the day of my high school graduation. This day is the single most important day of my life. This day was so important to me because it was the first thing I had to work really hard on to accomplish. For the first time in my life I felt as if Ireally could succeed in something. It helped to change my life. It started out like just another day but things would quickly change. I woke up at 7: 00 a. m., which is extremely early ...
  • Mrs Cullinan Face
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    Finishing School / Maya Angelou / Maya Angelou (b. 1928) has had careers as dancer, poet, television writer and producer, ac-tress, and writer. She has served as coordinator of the Martin Luther King Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Her books include I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1970), from which this selection is taken, and a memoir, The Heart of a Woman (1981). The irony of the title is immediately apparent to the reader of this graphic portrait of Angelou's racist employer. Recen...
  • Could The Most Attractive Girl
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    This is a story of a guy who falls in love with a girl who was deaf and dumb. (Weird). P.S. Dear reader if you thinking why Carla can speak sometimes in the story is that she is talking in either sign language or writing it down on a piece of paper saying what she is saying. So for example Carla said yes, it means she either said it in sign language or written it down. Also you might think how does Timothy talk to Carla. It is simple, he just talks, use sign language or write it down as Carla ha...
  • Lizzie And Margaret Three Years
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    On November 12, 1815, a girl was born in Johnstown, New York, a gloomy looking town that was cowered beneath poplar trees. Her parents were Judge Daniel and Mary Livingston Cady. They had no idea that one day their little girl would grow up and change the rights for all woman. This girl was Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Elizabeth, who was nick-named Lizzie, had many siblings. Her family couldn't seem to hold on to boys. Three sons had been born and died. Now only Eleaze was left. He was nine years old...
  • Clyde's Dream Girl
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    An American Tragedy Life, it can be beautiful, happy, or sad. Life can be any emotion that you can think of. An American Tragedy, by Theodore Dreiser, puts us through all these emotions in showing us the extremes in happiness, sadness, anger, and many other emotions to show us what real life is like. To do this most accurately, Dreiser bases his two-book story on a true-life tale about a man and what his rage did to his life. The first book opens with a man named Clyde. He is a city boy who find...
  • Sammy's Boss And The Girls
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    In the short A&P A&P In the short story A&P by John Updike, the character Sammy works in the A & P. He does not care about the work that he does and is very unambitious; he cares more about observing his customers than doing his job. He even makes up names to call certain customers such as, sheep house slaves cash-register-watchers. Sammy creates names that he associates certain customers with. For instance, he calls some of them cash-register-watchers. The cash-register-watchers are the old wom...
  • Miller's View On Vengeance Arthur
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    Arthur Miller's View On Vengeance Essay, Research Arthur Miller's View On Vengeance Arthur Miller's View on Vengeance Arthur Miller offers ideas that vengeance was very prominent in the way of life during these times. The Puritans in The Crucible often blamed others for things that went wrong in their life like Mrs. Putnam, Walcott, the girls, and Abigail. Commonly "witches' were brought to "trial' because people were naming them out of revenge instead of actual suspicion. In many cases of venge...

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