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  • Comparison And Contrast Essay: The Diary Of Anne Frank

    The Diary of Anne Frank Compare/Contrast Essay The Diary of Anne Frank is a story about a 13 year old girl who lived during the holocaust. Her and her family were Jewish and were forced into hiding. They along with 4 other people hid in the attic above Mr. Frank’s office, called the “annex”. The Franks, the Van Daans, and Mr. Dussel lived there for two years without stepping outside and relying on Miep and Mr. Kraler to bring them basic supplies, food, and information about the world. This…

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  • Importance Of Lying To Respond To Conflict

    War Two when most of the world was at war with the Nazi's. In World War Two there was a young girl named Anne Frank who lived in hiding during the war so she would not be sent to a death camp. People should best respond to conflict by lying , hiding from conflict and writing about their conflicts. Lying is a way that can get you out of harmful or life threatening situations. In the book Anne Frank Diary of a Young Girl the Van Dan's lied about staying in the secret Annex. “Lying becomes a…

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  • King John Lackland

    King John of England, also known as John Lackland, was born either in late 1166 or early 1167 at the Tower of London. He was the youngest son of Eleanor of Aquitaine and King Henry II, the latter controlling a ‘territory that stretched from the pyrenees in the south of France to the very borders of Scotland’. His father held considerable claims of territories at the time, and was part of a Royal House known as the Angevins. Due to the size of his controlled lands, they collectively became known…

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  • Ruth Kluger: A Hero

    When you hear the name Ruth Kluger what comes to mind? Maybe you’ve heard of her, maybe you read her book , maybe you know her for her job as a professor or maybe you have no idea who she is. Well I know her for being a survivor of the holocaust and a hero, and here’s how. Ruth Kluger was born October 30th 1931 in Vienna Austria, as a child she was abused by her mother and often neglected she grew up watching the horrible events that changed her life. She grew up only knowing how to read and…

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  • Hester And Dimmesdale In Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter

    The act of sinning is what this book is revolved around and how everyone sins. Hester and Dimmesdale both have committed the sin of adultery. While Chillingworth has committed the sin of revenge and punishing Dimmesdale physically and mentally. These sins have developed the characters in many ways. The sin of adultery developed the character Hester as the story progresses her inner strength, her defiance of convention, her honesty, and her compassion may have been in her character all along,…

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  • Essay On Scarlet Letter Shading

    There are five things particularly depicted as red in the story: Ethan's scar, the "cherry-coloured scarf," Mattie's "cherry hued scarf," the famous pickle dish, the Mattie's "crimsons ribbon”. With these eight symbols the color red is likewise a player in symbols all basing on the shading red. The shading red is frequently identified with yearning love, enticement, sin, enthusiasm, warmth, and desire. Another color is white, with the color white you would think of purity and angelic figures.…

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  • Summary Of Hidden Like Anne Frank By Marcel Prins

    Hidden Like Anne Frank: 14 True Stories of Survival is a nonfiction novel, written by Marcel Prins, about fourteen different Jews who risked their lives tremendously and left behind everything they knew to disappear and go into hiding during World War ll to escape Nazi persecution. All of the stories are first-person accounts that tell what it was really like to go into hiding during the war. Every Jew in this book came from the Netherlands, and they all tell their story of having to leave their…

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  • Eleanor Of Aquitaine: The Most Powerful Women Of The Middle Ages

    Many powerful women of the Middle Ages ruled as monarchs or queens to help to help the king and other nobility with conflict and provide an heir to the throne. Eleanor of Aquitaine shows a great example as she became wealthy at the age of fifteen, and soon after became the queen of France and queen of England. She accompanied kings as they conquered great historical lands and bore many children to continue their legacy. Eleanor of Aquitaine held great responsibility at a young age, giving her…

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  • Anne Wolff Thesis

    were killed or murdered during the 1930s and 1940s. Renate was a little girl in the past who stood in the shadows, and was part of a huge tragedy that impacted everyone in the world. Anne Frank once said, “Where there's hope, there's life. It fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong again.” Renate, Anne, and I have never met, but if we did, I think we would be good friends. We would be good friends because we have all gone through hardships, losing things and people that we care about…

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  • Normans In Ireland Research Paper

    Around hundred years after concerning Britain, the Normans came to Ireland. The Norman leader, Richard de Clare, came and defeated the Vikings and the Irish, and became the new king of Leinster. He began on what became the Norman rule, which spread across Ireland. The English was worried that the Normans in Ireland were becoming more Irish than the Irish, so they banned them from marrying into Irish families or speaking the Irish language. When king Henry VIII wanted a divorce he split from the…

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