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    Drafts of Nancy drew Case background When Nancy was driving, she saw a little girl. She was in the middle of the road and the truck kept on honking her. When the girl went to the side of the road she fell off a shallow cliff and Nancy went together. The little girl’s great aunt told Nancy to bring her in. The great aunt thanked Nancy for getting Judy backup. She said that Judy’s parents had died in a boat explosion and they left very less money for her. A cousin of the aunt's father, Josiah Crowley, said that he will remember them but he never did. When the other aunt went to get another tea for Nancy but then she saw that their silver tea pot was missing. Then one aunt went to see if their silver candlestick was there, but it was missing too. The figure that the men who were just here taking their old furniture also took their sliver. Nancy volunteered to look for the truck and bring back their silver. Nancy followed the truck tire tracks until she enters the part of the road where it entered a “V” shape and where it was paved. Then Nancy decided to go to the police station and report about the theft. Once Nancy gets home, she spoke to her dad, which said that there was nothing she could be unless there was another will. Then her dad said that he has known a friend that might have…

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    nickname “Nancy”. During Nancy’s infancy, her father Kenneth left the marriage, leading to Edith to send her daughter to be raised by her aunt and uncle, Virginia and C. Audley Galbraith, in Bethesda, Maryland. While there, Nancy attended Sidwell Friends School. Her aunt would also travel with her to New York to visit her mother, when her mother was there for lengthy theater runs (1). When Nancy was eight, her mother Edith married a prominent Chicago neurosurgeon, Loyal Davis. After this,…

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    Nancy Drew, commonly known as the original “Girl Sleuth”, is the lead detective of the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories. A young girl of 16 or 18 years of age (her age varies between stories), she was created by publisher Edward Stratemeyer, famously known for his The Hardy Boys detective series, and written by a variety of ghostwriters under the penname Carolyn Keene (Nancy Drew 2015). Nancy Drew is a female, amateur detective who stumbles upon mysteries in the fictional town of River Heights where…

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    REPRESENTATION OF CRIMINAL CHARACTERS Charles Dickens writes about the lower classes and the activities in the underbelly of London society.We see some characters doing illegal,nasty and sometimes horrifying things,yet Dickens is careful to give at least some of these lower-class characters a code of ethics ,adding realism and respectability.The character that perhaps best embodies such a code of ethics is Nancy,and looking closely at her scenes can lend great insight into our reading of Oliver…

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    Oliver that he endures as much as he can, and the bad behavior of Noah describe the binaries of good versus evil personalities although they have some similarities. Nancy character is the most noble character in this book because her character develops into a good way when she tries to save Oliver from his brother, Monk, and both good and evil are captured in her character. Nancy was one of the Fagin’s Bill Skies’ lover whose surrounding was the criminals. Because of her environment in which…

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    OLIVER TWIST by CHARLES DICKENS OLIVER TWIST or THE PARISH BOY’S PROGRESS is a novel written by Charles Dickens and was serialised in 1837-39. The novel revolves around an orphan named Oliver Twist, who was born in a workhouse and was sent to a parochial orphanage where all the children were ill-treated and underfed. Twist runs away to London after escaping from the orphanage and there, he encounters with The Artful Dodger, one among the gang of juvenile pick-pocketers who are under the…

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    Being Kidnapped seems like a situation that would be terrible to be in. For one kid, it was the best few days of his life and he did not want to leave. “The Ransom of Red Chief” by O. Henry, is a fictional short story. Bill and Sam are the two main characters in the story. With much work they plan to pull off a fraudulent town-lot scheme in Western Illinois. To do this they need two thousand dollars. These two men decide to kidnap Ebenezer Dorset’s child and offer a ransom. Bill and Sam take the…

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    Bill is given the status of a pauper like both Oliver and Fagin. Bill is far from living an innocent life that is free of crime. He is characterized as an evil and hardened thief. Bill shares a lot of the same qualities as Fagin when it comes to greed and the desire for riches. However, unlike Fagin, Bill is willing to do whatever is necessary to do to survive. He even ends up murdering Nancy out of anger when he realizes that his way of life may be in danger due to her actions. Bill’s struggle…

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    a bad reputation for being villainous and sinister. When angered, he usually acts ravenous or sometimes sarcastically mock people. His extreme heinous character can be viewed as Dickens’s embodiment of the Jewish stereotype, which is evident when he was sometimes referred to as “the Jew”. Therefore, Fagin can be viewed as unrealistic and stereotypical. Nancy is a young woman who, despite being a relatively minor character, played an important role. She is a complicated person since she is on the…

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    Thank you, Begleiter, for the Exclamation Point in Oliver! Lionel Begleiter wrote and composed a 1960 stage musical inspired by the Charles Dickens’s book Oliver Twist; this was eventually released in 1968 as a film musical (Oliver! Background). Under director Sir Carol Reed’s supervision, an unlikely selection for directing this heartfelt film based on his previous works of war movies as of The Third Man and the Hitchcock-styled Night Train to Munich; Oliver! became a sensation for its time…

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