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  • Bill And Rosie
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    Rose Madder The setting of Rose Madder begins in a city called Port side but it does not say which state. Rose then rides a bus 800 miles to some large mid-western city. By some of the details in the story and the dialect, a good guess of the time era is any where from the 1980's to the late 1990's. The characters in Rose Madder are Rose McClendon Daniels a women who was married and abused by her husband for nearly 14 years and Norman Daniels a crazy cop who is in pursuit of his wife Rosie. Bill...
  • Minnie Williams Gordon
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    In a later time, Minnie R. Williams would have been called a "Dallas girl". She grew up in Big D, received a quality education at Boston's Conservatory of Elocution and she had money. The money came following the death of the kindly rich uncle who had taken her in as an orphan. Minnie inherited his estate, including some real estate in Fort Worth appraised at nearly $50,000. After her out-of-state schooling, Minnie lived in Dallas with her sister Nannie (who had been raised by another uncle) bef...
  • Sini And Annie
    658 words
    The Upstairs Room This book is about a Jewish girl named Annie. Her life completely changed around 1941. When Hitler had started to do the bad things to the Jewish. She had two sisters, Rachael and Sini. They lived in Winterswijk. They weren't safe living there, so they moved to the woods. Their mother was sick, so she didn't want to go to America. She ended up in the hospital. But she died a week before they were taking Jewish people from the hospitals. The Germans wanted more people to go to t...
  • Home My Parents
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    I WISH I KNEW WHY Broken families are often hard to live in. Especially divorced ones. It's one thing for your parents to split-up when you " re a young child, but it's another when you go through 15 years of your life thinking that you " ll always be a family like I did. I would have to say the most significant time in my life was when my parents were getting a divorce. Christmas had just passed and the New Year of 1998 was approaching fast. My parents had always bickered but this time their fi...
  • Connor's Sister's House
    436 words
    The main characters in this book were Branwell, Nikki, Connor, Vivian, Margaret, Morris, Tina and his father, Mr. Zamborska. The plot of this book was Connor trying to prove that Branwell's innocent because Branwell can't talk. He was said to have dropped Nikki on her head. The setting takes place mainly at the juvenile behavioral center where Branwell is sent. The theme of the book is about a 13 year old boy named Branwell who can't talk because of what happened the night that Nikki, his new ba...
  • My Little Sisters Hamster
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    George Lagos Period-3 3/9/97 The Hamster Is it dead What happened! I said as I rolled my sisters hamster around in its little cage. It was a Sunday evening when I said these words, I was all alone, and I was very confused. I didnt know what I was going to do at that point. The only person who I could talk to and help me out in this situation was a friend that I had been talking to for a few minutes. My friend also did not know what I should do. I poked the poor creature several times to see if i...
  • Way Verena Acts Towards Dolly
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    In the film "The Grass Harp" The developing relationship between two sisters shows the emotional change each goes through. In this, the filmaker passes on the message that love has the power to change and influence people. Verena Talbo starts as a hard, severe and controlling women and Dolly Talbo, a beautiful, shy and radiant spirited presence. But gradually, as their relationship progresses, and they fear losing one another, each learns to change to make a more fulfilling relationship. Verena ...
  • Christine And Kevin
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    There she lay, cold and lifeless on the living room sofa. A million thoughts went through her head as her sister watched what once was her sister who was being carried away in a stretcher. She wanted to yell "No! You " ve got the wrong person! It's not her and she isn't dead, I know it!" But the shock of such a horrible death wrapped around her brain and her throat, tightening and tightening in what seemed an attempt to kill her, so she could be with her sister. This feeling couldn't escape her ...
  • Bradstreet's Upon The Burning Of Our House
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    In the early seventeenth century the one and only thing that concerned the Puritan's was their status with God. No matter what they did it was in order to please Him. Their reverence to God was everything to them. They modeled their community as a patriarchal community. This meant that the father or husband was the head of the household, just as God was head of the church. They also believed that the leader of the community should be the leader of their church. The puritan's took the Word of God...

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