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    During Shays’ Rebellion, Thomas Jefferson wrote to James Madison in a private letter, “I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical.” Though he wrote while Daniel Shays led an armed insurrection of 4,000 veterans in Massachusetts, I believe Jefferson, when he wrote of “a little rebellion”, referred not to large-scale violent events such as Shays’ Rebellion and the American Revolution, but instead to periodic…

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    the end they do agree to it. Another similarity is that Cassia falls in love with Ky, but she is getting married to Xander and Tally’s friend is Peris but falls in love with David. The other theme present in both novels is revolution begins with rebellion, in Matched it is shown when she doesn’t want to marry Xander because she fell in love with Ky so she rebels that the government shouldn’t do this and in Uglies it’s shown when Tally finds out that the surgery alters the brain so she rebels. In…

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    paratexts, a chaotic storyline and character choices, and the overall theme of rebellion. All of this juxtaposes the alphabetization seen throughout the book and the assumption of perfection in publication; also enforcing the point of opposition to order. In order to better understand the overarching theme of rebellion throughout Zulus, it is necessary to outline the book not as a whole, but based on each instance of rebellion. The story starts off unpleasantly, as Alice gets raped by a…

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    Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi is a graphic novel and autobiography that encompasses Marjane Satrapi’s life as a child in Iran’s Islamic Revolution. Satrapi writes a beautiful story but her use of graphic imagery really allows readers to connect and understand to her personal and mental growth. Throughout the story, Satrapi goes through a great change in personality which is fueled by her residence in revolutionary Iran. Her personality matures and is greatly affected by the repression and the…

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    from the neighboring city, they seemed friendly so Sydney asked them if they would help her rebel against the government. They thought about it for a few minutes and agreed, so Sydney gave them the information of when the rebellion was. She had it all planned out the rebellion would take action May 6th 3099, exactly 9 days away. On May 1st, as Sydney was walking to the Donut shop she ran into a kid, the kid looked like he was a baron so she leaned down to help him. When they were done…

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    1. When and where was the story written or told? What historical, social, or cultural background might be needed to understand or explain what the story is about? The story seemed to be told during a war or rebellion of some sort, in a high end barber shop, in the middle of some kind of town. To me, the town seemed smallish, not a big city with skyscrapers. However the town must be important with such an obviously important general there. It is possible that the story took place some years ago,…

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    Through the Out Door: A Rebellion Against Societal Expectations As a teenager it seems an expectation that I venture through a phase of discontent and insubordination of my way to adulthood. It is anticipated that I will become a nuisance to my parents and other authority figures, predicted that I will develop an arrogant attitude and presumed that I will focus all of my built up aggression and other hormonally imbalanced emotions on spontaneous, destructive acts of rebellion, self-proclaimed to…

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    Kilorn’s Conscription (Chapter 2): When Kilorn’s master passes away, this results in him having no occupation to extricate him from conscription. He realizes that he is no longer an apprentice and tells Mare the revelation. Midnight Marauder (Chapter 3): When the bargain is made between Mare and Farley, Gisa agreed to help prevent Kilorn’s conscription. They arrive at the Grand Garden, the marketplace in Summerton, to see what they can obtain from the environment. The Scarlet Guard (Chapter…

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    The question of Shays rebellion being rebels or freedom fighters is a highly debated topic in US history. Although some people may think that they were reckless rebels, nevertheless they were just trying to be heard, and they were freedom fighters with a good cause trying to keep what was theirs, because the government was giving them unlawful punishment if they couldn’t pay their taxes, the government wasted their money on vanity, and lastly the farmers fought back in big ways that may have…

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    Rebellion is the action or process of resisting authority, control, or convention. In 3 different countries Women were rebellion against Men because they were getting treated poorly, they didn’t have the same freedom as Men, and they were getting killed. To Begin With, In 3 different countries Women were rebellion against Men because they didn’t have the same freedom as Men. In Persepolis 2: The story of a return the author showed a act of rebellion for wearing a pair of red sock, In panel 5 the…

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