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  • North Dormer And Charity
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    Charity Royall displays both self indulgence and self control. Judge Royall represented law and structure in her life. He was the one sure thing that she had. He was her only monetary means of survival and without him she would not be were she is or would not have a place to stay, food to eat, or clothes to wear. Then on the other hand there was Lucius Harney, who represented everything else in her life. Excitement, adventure, fun, and finally the ability to fulfill and longtime dream of being w...
  • Foster's Field Manual
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    By Stephen Kessler From Poetry Flash (February / March 1997) and Kaya: a publisher of asian / diasporic literature and culture On Native Grounds City Terrace Field Manual by Sesshu Foster (Kaya) Holy Land: A Suburban Memoir by D.J. Waldie (Norton) From Nathaniel West and Raymond Chandler through Charles Bukowski and Joan Didion to Wanda Coleman and Mike Davis, among various lesser known's, Los Angeles over the last six decades has bred an increasingly diverse and distinctive range of literary ex...
  • Crime Rate In The City
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    If the average person was asked what they thought about Dubuque, odds are their response would be along the lines of, 'Where the hell is Dubuque?' When a person displaying above average intelligence was asked the same question, they would probably retort with points of interest such as the Mississippi or Loras College. While Dubuque may not be the most dangerous town in the country, they still have a long standing history of violence and hate. This small town on the East border of Iowa proves th...
  • Williamson's Play The Emerald City
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    Emerald City, it would appear, is the confession of a successful scriptwriter and his literary wife as they encounter the flashpoints of Sydney and compete for a harbour view. It extends to become a satirical portrait of a materialistic, frivolous city in which the sensitive and talented find themselves lonely, unappreciated and finally seduced by the superficial attractions and ostentatious wealth. What attitudes does Williamson present about Australians in the play For example their attitudes ...
  • Mr Head And Nelson
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    In OConners "The Artificial Nigger" the essences of prejudice and degradation are captured to a great extent. Reality shows us with needless consistency people who need to feel better about themselves and only achieve it by being better than someone else. Mr. Head, the grandfather, is an example of one of these people. He is in competition with seemingly everyone he encounters. Racism is just one of the forms he utilizes to demean others, while elevating his own self-image. OConners depiction of...

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