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    killers came before Wuornos, including Belle Gunness. Belle began her crimes of arson in the late 1880’s and escalated to murder by 1900 (Rosewood & Lo, 8-10). She transitioned from a young immigrant, to an organized serial killer driven by her motive of profit. What separates Belle from other serial killers is the fact that she was never caught for her heinous crimes. While she is surely dead now, her crimes still haunt the town of La Porte, Indiana where a majority of her murders took place. Belle Gunness was born…

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    The mind of a murderer is one that majority of people will never understand. Their motives and what drives them to perform the actions they carry out are mostly incomprehensible. In the case of Belle Gunness, she did not just murder for her enjoyment, she killed innocent numerous people all for the love of something that makes the world-go-round, and that is money. Belle Gunness simply murdered for the collection of value from personal items and also, most importantly, insurance money. Belle…

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    Female serial killers have shared some common characteristics. Many of the killers are difficult to identify because of the different methods they use to kill their victims. For Belle Gunness, she is known as one of many America’s female serial killer. Being a Norway immigrant and traveling to the U.S. at age 21, Gunness came in search of wealth. It is believed that Guinness's motives were to promptly collect life insurance policies from the people she murdered. According to Papazian (2001), a…

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    Have you ever bit into a soft, juicy peach and thought,” Did I just destroy half of an insect’s home?” Well, in the short story “Gaston,” by Willium Saroyan, this actually happens! In “Gaston,” a young girl meets her father for what feels like the first time. After the father buys a kilogram of peaches, he puts the tastiest one in front of his daughter, who in turn takes a bite, only to find and insect hiding in the half eaten peach. The girl’s first instinct is to kill the insect, but the…

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    But this story is not a simple love story, there is a deeper meaning to the movie than what we think. The beginning of the movie starts off with a song called “Little Town”. Belle, one of the main protagonists, is singing along with the rest of the town. The song does not seem like much, but when you listen closely to the lyrics, there is an underlying message. Everyone in the town judges Belle as she walks around the town reading a book. She is known for being a bookworm and to most of us, that…

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    In somewhat of a close call, the Suicide Squad ultimately quieted the Sausage Party – on its way to a second straight weekend victory… With a second weekend haul of $43.7 million, Suicide Squad claimed the thrown once again – even despite a crushing 67% slide in attendance compared to last weekend’s thunderous $133.6 million opening. Still, Suicide Squad had a profitable first week on the market, currently enjoying a 10-day total of $222.8 million – slightly below the pace of Batman v.…

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    Even though delusions can be used as a defence mechanism during hard times, in the end, it is inevitable that reality will triumph. Blanche’s own perception of herself falls apart slowly throughout the play, and eventually her overwhelming reality leads to her complete withdrawal from the real world. We begin to see Blanche unravel once her self perception is questioned by those around her; most obviously by Stanley. Stanley is very much the opposite of Blanche; he is grounded, practical, and…

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    Imagine your sitting in the class room reading a boring book that was picked out by some not so fun adult,you sit there and try and read itbut end up quittingthe bookand never picking it up again have you ever had this problem? Well you wouldn’thave this problem if that boring adult had picked the book HuckleberryFinn like are great teacher Ms, Amato did, but after reading this great book I had to ask myself onequestionshouldthis book be read in classrooms today?If so what could be the downfall…

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    Scene 2, of A Street Car Named Desire, in the movie and the playwright is a particular scene that stood out. This is the part when Stanley questions Blanche about losing Belle Reve and if there were papers to prove it. Stella asked Stanley not to question her sister because she is under a lot of stress. This part of the play is important because the main characters’ personality and relationships toward each other start to stand out. Stanley’s aggressive nature starts to develop as starts to get…

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    Then did you create Blanche’s character base on your belief that people sometimes do the wrong thing not buy chose, but by necessity or certain still-uncomprehended influences in themself and their circumstances. Yes. I created Blanche as a focus point in the book where event revolve her and are affected by which path she decide to walk down when faced with a situation. As we know Blanche's past is a major factor that affect her decisions. She believes that there was no other choice but hide…

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