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  • Richard And Osvaldo's Trip To The Haunted House

    KILLER CLOWNS One halloween year there was a group of friends that had went to a halloween party. Richard & Osvaldo decided to go in the haunted house but Areli didn’t want to go in because she was sacred. They kept telling her all of it was fake and that “It would be fun”. She ended up saying yes. They let her go in the middle since she was the only girl. Osvaldo walked slowly and held on to Richards shirt as he walked ahead. Suddenly a clown popped out and scared Areli. She started to scream…

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  • Samuel Anthony Alito

    Samuel Anthony Alito, Jr. is currently a Supreme Court justice and considered to have a rather conservative take on things. He is well known to lean towards making decisions that align with the ideals of a libertarian. On April 1, 1950, Samuel A. Alito Jr. was born in Trenton, New Jersey. He was raised in Hamilton, New Jersey. His father, Samuel A. Alito, emigrated from Italy and both of his parents were school teachers. Alito’s strong views on immigration originate from his father. Even through…

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  • The Role Of Vengeance In The Crucible

    During the play, persecution was punishment for pursuing vengeance. Abigail stabs herself in the stomach with a needle and blames it on the spirit of goody proctor which led to goody proctor’s hanging. Cheever and Herrick show up at proctor’s house and inspects a poppet made by Mary Warren where they find a needle. “Herrick, Herrick, it’s a needle” (Miller 176). This quote is important because it shows Abigail’s devotion to proctor. Giles Corey accuses Putnam of telling his daughter Ruth to…

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  • What Is Fear In The Crucible

    Some might ask what I think of fear. To me fear is something you are afraid of. Like when your secret is about to come out and you get to believing that everyone won’t like you if it does. Or when your mom is close to finding out something you do on the low with your friends. Now here’s examples of fear in the article “The Crucible”, let’s get to it. Reverend Parris plays the Minister and mind you he’s the father of Betty. The article tells us his fear is ruining his reputation, and losing his…

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  • Rosalyn Schanzer's Witches: The Salem Witch Trials

    In Rosalyn Schanzer’s Witches! The Absolutely True Tale of Disaster in Salem, In the town of Salem, Massachusetts, there was a big disturbance .Due to accusing each other of witchcraft! The people of this small town were not too kind to each other when it came to witchcraft. Because two of `\\the girls age 11 and 12 that lived in this town with no technology the girls are starting to feel very sick and started to have fits. So the doctors said they were bewitched! This was only the beginning of…

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  • Similarities Between The Holocaust And Salem Witch Trials

    The comparison of the Salem Witch Trials and the vicious Holocaust(Shoah). The Salem Witch Trials was very devastating in its way back in the year 1633. A long few years later in 1967 the genocide of the jew happened, The Holocaust. Although they are different in many ways, they have similarities better that you think. The Salem Witch Trials accused many people of being “witches”. During the Salem Witch Trials, A group of girls started it all, After sometime of getting them to confess the…

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  • Witchcraft In American History

    The trials started with Elizabeth Parris, the daughter of Reverend Samuel Parris, his 11 year old niece, and their 11 year old friend. There are many alleged reasons for the witchcraft chaos, but the main contributor was Reverend Parris, “who the people of Salem generally thought of as greedy and rigid…” (“History of Witches”)…

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  • The Crucible Reverend Parris Analysis

    Minister in Salem. What does Reverend Parris believe? He believes that something might force him to leave Salem, so he tries to strengthen his say through the witch trial proceedings. Betty Parris Parris' daughter. Her father discovers her dancing in the woods, and she later accuses individuals of practicing witchcraft. She's a 40 year old slave and is scared because she's always abused, she's accused of witchcraft Abigail used to work as a maid for Proctor and she had an affair with John…

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  • Zuñi Culture

    The stability of the clan is all provided by the Kivas and the priesthoods and each of them operates independently, but still synchronically, to fulfill both psychological and physical Zuñi needs (Countries and their Cultures). Priests are generally full-time male specialist who officiate the public events. Even in this culture they have very high status and are thought to be able to relate to superior or high gods who are beyond the ordinary person's control (Page 345; Cultural Anthropology:…

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  • Lies In The Salem Witch Trials Of 1692

    The Salem Witch Trials of 1692 Lies. Pain. Death. The Salem Witch Trials were a horrible time for many innocent people; to the way it started, to the way it ended. There were more than 200 accusations of witchcraft, 20 executions and many other deaths due to starvation and bad treatment in jails. This event marked Massachusetts’s history, by its atrocious and dreadful history. 1. The Beginning The Salem Witch Trials started in 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts, when a group of young girls started…

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