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    is the poppet or doll that Mary Warren gave to Elizabeth Proctor. This poppet was made by Mary in the court, and when Ezekiel Cheever came to the Proctor house to take Elizabeth to jail for witchcraft. The one person to accuse her was Abigail Williams after she was stabbed by a needle 2 inches into her stomach. This is why Cheever asked if goody Proctor owned any poppets so he could check them for anything weird like a needle. The one poppet she owned was the one Mary gave her the same day. When…

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    My beloved, John Proctor: It’s hard for you to acknowledge our affair and our love for each other when we confront face to face, so I hope this letter can reassure your love and care towards me. When your lips were pressed softly against mine, I felt butterflies tingling in my stomach. Although I know that you swore to love Elizabeth, but you know that your heart race when you see me. To reassure your love towards me, I even practices witchcraft on Elizabeth Proctor to get you attention. Don’t…

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    Nicole Callow English 3 Mr. Bertelsen 8 October 2017 Abigail Lies Why would you lie to make someone else’s life worse to make yours better? How stuck up can a person be. In The Crucible, Abigail Williams does this several times. It all started when they’re all in the forest and then again with John Proctor. When Parris first finds out about the girls in the forest and sees them, Abigail lies and tells them that Tituba told them to do all of it and it’s all her fault. The girls were all…

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    Themes throughout the Stories The novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelly has been used in Hollywood since 1931 to entertain people by scaring them. However, in Hollywood’s version of the story such as the 1931 film Frankenstein directed by James Whale and the 1974 film Young Frankenstein directed by Mel Brookes, they lose some of the themes that are present throughout the book. One such theme is the theme of secrecy. I believe that the book is better because it describes more events throughout…

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    Throughout the story Frankenstein had many illnesses caused both by himself and his creation. Even though you can say his creation primarily caused all of his illnesses, I don't believe that you can put the blame on his creation. Many argue if Victor is really sick or are his illnesses mere manifestations of a horribly guilty mind. Victor constantly gets sick either physically, mentally, or both. Many of his illnesses are from his regrets and stresses which cause him to separate from society.…

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    St. Clare In The Crucible

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    Tom's first owner, Mr. Shelby, was kind but careless. He was on the farm in Kentucky, Mr. Shelby was relatively humane to his slaves - but when his family finances were poorly led to his debt, he thinks that there’s no other choice for him other than selling his slaves to maintain his family business and life, but he did not fully reflect the fact that his deal with the Blackley implicated him throughout the slave trade system. St. Clair, who wants to have the moral problems of the slaves, but…

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    The book The Outsiders has two social classes, Greasers and Socs, the Socs being richer and fancier than Greasers. Johnny was a Greaser and he had a very difficult and complicated life. Johnny was abused by his parents and his parents could care less about him. His parents didn’t care who Johnny hung out with, nor what happened to him. Later on, Johnny unfortunately, passes away. He had passed away a hero and a killer. Johnny had died feeling guilty about killing Bob. Bob was a soc that tried to…

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    Ten years ago, a serum was invented to suppress the supernatural abilities of the wolf shifters of North Point. After being injected with the serum, Alex Black moved to the city and away from North Point’s wolf sanctuary, a place he’d called home all of his life. Alex lived a good life in the city as a detective that kept himself in good favor of the mayor. However, when a case of disappearing people brings him face to face with his former lover, Braden, Alex is forced to confront his past and…

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    The sound of my body being pierced echoes in the dimly lit hall. Although I am familiar with the sound, this pain is certainly something that I am unfamiliar with. The hero wears a tattered white armor. His body is covered in scratches and burns from our battle. His cape is full of holes and flutters. His left hand grips the blade harder and thrusts the holy sword deeper into my chest. Purple blood oozes out of the wound and I start coughing out blood. The hero lets go of the holy sword…

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    her to think differently. As a result, Billie Wind learns to believe in her tribal legends with her scientific thinking. Billie Wind’s character and thoughts change throughout her journey. To begin with, she receives the punishment due to her sister, Mary Wind, told on her. Billie wants “...answers not legends…” (11), because she was “..always curious..” (11). She uses her scientific thinking to understand the world around her and how it works. After, she heads to the Everglades and is thrown…

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