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    memorable and irrevocable. The repercussions of such occurrences will never allow these individuals to fully recuperate; their memories will always haunt these people, especially those who were manipulated to participate in such brutal acts; the act of killing…

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    A Sorrowful Woman Summary

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    Throughout the course of this semester, there have been various characters in the short stories read in class who have manifested signs and symptoms of individuals who are clearly going through some kind of depression. Ranging from women who couldn’t handle the new found responsibilities of motherhood, a soldier returning back from war, and an elderly women who was exposed to the sad truths of growing old, the detrimental effects depression has on a person is clearly shown throughout the course…

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    identified himself as all of these depending on the situations during a particular time in the performance. One event that sticks with me the most, one that the entire performance was rooted in, was the killing of the albatross. The mariner made friends with the albatross before, one day, losing it and killing it with his bow and arrow. This shaped the rest of the story! At first the other men on board were very mad and upset, one because he killed the albatross and two because the others…

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    It was not out of rage or hatred like many murders are, but rather from a place of love and possibly even pity. The method he used for killing his friend was not ideal, but at the time it was his best and only option. This incident took place during the Civil War, at a time when the medical treatment available could not have saved his friend. The wound that Sergeant Halcrow obtained “was…

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    In the book, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, many characters are put into situations where they are forced into very stressful situations. The stress in their lives causes them to act differently and treat the people in their lives differently. Two examples of characters who are forced to deal with many stressful situations are Christopher's mother and father, but each of them handles stress very differently. Christopher's mother, when confronted by stress, left the her family…

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    The main type of outside sources we used were news article. Our presentation had four examples of honor killings. We researched the information about the examples by looking at recent news articles. One site we used was the Daily Mail. On this site, we found an article about an honor killing in Texas. Two teenage girls were murdered by their father in his taxi cab because he found out they had boyfriends. In his religion, he believed his daughters…

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    circumstances of honor killings in the Muslim state and how they are treated socially, legally and religiously. He first provides us with the Muslim form of honor called ‘ird that represents a family as a whole. ‘Ird is a form of honor that the females of the family contain and can only be decreased in value. A woman negatively affects her family’s ‘ird when she is caught or suspected of committing adultery. In this article, Yotam Feldner depicts to the reader of why honor killings occur in…

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    and illegal killing. On the other hand in the movie “The Killing Fields” was based on the Civil War in Cambodia in 1973. Sydney Schanberg who was a New York Time journalist living in Cambodia coving the War with the help of a local representative and his friend Dith Pran. He report on the some of the chaos and tragedy of the War in Cambodia. After the American Military withdraw from the War the communist and non-communist Khmer begun fighting for power. The communist Khmer were killing the Khmer…

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    of beautiful geographical structures Cambodia's government lacked stability. Starting in 1975 Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge army took over Cambodia and started a communist country, while killing 25 percent of Cambodia's population(Pol). Through raising tensions between local countries and Cambodia, the Cambodian Killing Fields were considered to be one of the worst genocides in history that has lasting effects on Cambodia today. Background In 1969, Pol Pot had become the leader of the communist…

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    The Cambodian Genocide and Holocaust: Comparison and Contrast The intentional killing of a large group of people, typically due to ethnicity, race or religion is known as genocide. In the Holocaust and Cambodian Genocide, many innocent people were murdered in hopes of a “perfect population”. The Holocaust began in 1933 in Germany when Adolf Hitler rose to power. Hitler and members of the National Socialist German Workers Party committed the massacre of genocide. The massacre was committed…

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