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  • Analysis Of The Alaska's Serial Killer

    There are many serial killers in the world, but only some become well known. The serial killer’s that are well known are the one’s that do the craziest things to their victims. The serial I chose to write about is Robert Hansen known as “The Alaska’s Serial Killer”. This man was absolutely crazy and had to have some mental issues. Robert Hansen was a serial killer in Anchorage, Alaska from 1971 to 1983. The articles say that he is one of the country’s worst killers of all time (ExploreNorth). Hansen was on the killing spree for twelve years before he was caught (ExploreNorth). The woman he went after were topless dancers, and prostitutes. He would take these woman to a cabin in the woods, make them undress, then sent them out in the woods to be hunted down by himself (World). Once he shot them and they were dead, he would redress the woman and leave them to be found. When the investigators found the woman they did not know who they died until they too the clothes off the woman. When Hansen was younger he did not have a good home life. His dad was really strict and made him work long hours at their bakery. What started Hansen’s psychological problems was when Hansen was sixteen years old and he forced another employee to help him burn down the school bus garage (ExploreNorth). The person that helped…

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  • Robert C. Hansen: A Serial Killer

    Robert C. Hansen is known as Alaska’s most prolific serial killer. His patterns of kidnapping, rape, torture, and ultimately hunting his victims before killing them reads like a Hollywood movie script; and in fact did become a recent move, The Frozen Ground (2013). Robert “Bob” Hansen was born on February 13, 1939, in Estherville, Iowa to a Danish immigrant family. His father, Christian, was a baker by trade and operated his own bakery in their small town (Greig, 2012). In his youth, Robert…

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  • Equality Of Love In John Collier's The Chaser

    Women do not live only to please and serve men! The story, “The Chaser,” the author John Collier, builds this brief story between a young man, Alan Austen, who is deeply in love and wants to possess his sweetheart entirely. Alan Austen then meets an unnamed old man who produces a love potion. Alan has no concern for the consequences that the potion may have on his sweetheart. He really just wants his sweetheart, Diana, to be deeply in love with him. Austen, with selfish and unreal expectations…

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  • Dennis Rader Case Study

    crimes together in a specific region and then determining that the killer killed near railroad tracks lead to the arrest of Angel M. Resendiz. Robert C. Hansen a.k.a the Butcher Baker, is one of the most famous serial killers to have existed. Between 1971 and 1983, he preyed on prostitutes in Anchorage while working as a baker having killed up to 37 victims. He would trick prostitutes to go with him and then would rape and eventually kill them. An interesting feature of Hansen’s killings that…

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  • Robert Frost's Fire And Ice Review

    Fire and Ice Review One of the greatest poets of the nineteenth century was Robert Frost. His father was a Harvard graduate who began teaching after he moved to Pennsylvania. While there, he met and married Frost’s mother Isabelle Moodie, who was also a teacher. They later relocated to San Francisco. Robert Frost was born on March 26, 1874 in San Francisco, California. His name was carefully chosen, and he was named after one the most famous generals from the South, Robert E. Lee. Frost had one…

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  • Gender Equality In Susan Glaspell's A Jury Of Her Peers

    In society, there is always the desire to be “loyal to your sex” (Glaspell), to protect those that one relates to the most. In Susan Glaspell’s short story, A Jury of Her Peers, the characters personify that exact constant by protecting their peers, respectively, as a result of the historical gender segregation. To begin, the women in the short story are not friends, with the narrator of the story stating “She [Martha Hale] had met Mrs. Peters the year before at the county fair… she remembered……

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  • The Road Not Taken And The Armful Analysis

    The Road Not Taken v. The Armful Robert Lee Frost created poetry with mysterious yet clear, heartfelt lessons of choices and struggle, two of which are well shown in The Road Not Taken and The Armful. The two poems perfectly depict some of Frost 's own triumphs, despite the hardships endured, the inspirations channeled from Frost 's wife, Elinor White, and the scenery of the England 's countryside. The moods perceived throughout the works of literature brings mysterious feelings of failure…

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  • Modernism And Poetry In Robert Frost's The Road Not Taken

    As we began to look into modernism and poetry, I cannot help but to be trilled and excited. Poetry makes me feel very relaxed and soothed. I like to read poems because most of the time, I can relate to what the author is saying. Although sometimes I cannot understand all poetry, I find it very interesting to read and analyze. I feel like poetry conveys the emotions of the author to the reader. While discussing Robert Frost’s different types of poems, I fell in love with the poem “The Road Not…

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  • The Western Intellectual Tradition Analysis

    inflation. “Between 1500 and 1600, prices in Europe rose so steeply that at the end of the century they were between three times and four times as high as at the beginning” (27). Inflation and other problems with war during the Renaissance were the beginning of modern types of problems dealing with economics and new political issues. Chapter ten, is about the Royal Society., which was composed of some of the greatest intellectuals that were alive in the 1600s. Some of the more notable members…

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  • Summary Of Driving Through Minnesota During The Hanoi Bombing By Robert Bly

    The subject of war and death comes with a sense of loss, terror, conflict and pain. Two examples of poetry that present the subject of war and death are Carol Ann Duffy’s poem, “War Photographer,” and Robert Bly’s poem, “Driving Through Minnesota During the Hanoi Bombings.” Both of these poems present vivid images of the battle, show the devastating feelings towards war and provide the psychological impact on those involved in war. It is as if the “War Photographer” has captured similar…

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