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    “What kind of message?” “A letter from Mr. Wang-Woo. He asked me to meet him at the gas station in Bitter Springs. When I arrived, some guy got out of a car, blindfolded me and pushed me into the backseat. After what seemed like an eternity, we came to a stop. The man removed my blindfold and bolted inside a house, leaving me alone on the lanai. Roughly ten minutes later Mr. Wang-Woo came out and said he’d bought Wayward Winds Estate.” “What?” Dad said. “Why?” “Because he’d discovered that Willaston had something inside.” Mr. Shaw stared at him, jiggling his heels up and down like a human sewing machine. “A Stone he needed to retrieve before the mansion was demolished.” “But even if Mr. Wang-Woo found the Stone you still wouldn’t own the estate,” Twist suggested. “So while you were busy at Willaston Place stirring up a ghost to delay the sale and give yourself the chance to search the mansion for the Stone, Bane was making sure the ghost was seen here. You and he hoped the sightings would scare away the workers, ruin production, and bankrupt Wayward Winds.” “So you and Bane made the ghost appear.” Miss McBride shook her head. “How sad.” “It was Mr. Wang-Woo’s…

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    in U.S. currency. In 2016 the Shaw predicts a free cash flow to remain among $665 and $680 million, demonstrating a year-over-year progress of 2 to…

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    Throughout the play of Macbeth written by William Shakespeare, things always have a twist to them. Deception, which is defined as “the act of tricking someone by telling them something that is not true”, can be seen in the play through the main characters of deception, which are Macbeth, Lady Macbeth and the witches. Women characters are portrayed as manipulative and deceiving characters throughout the play. In the very first scene, it begins with the witches saying “Fair is foul, and foul is…

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    CHAPTER FOUR The Skeleton in Silk Pajamas It’s odd how people’s truths can be tainted, their lies can become facts, and their reality can be anything that fits into one’s rendering of whatever that is. My dad gave me that little nugget of good sense long ago. And after I read an article in The Cloak-and-Dagger Town Crier, I finally grasped the value of his wisdom. I read it again to Twist: A distant relative of the fabled Captain MacBride discovered a secret room yesterday afternoon in a…

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    Lenqueeshiaah was coming back from a cheer tournament with a shiny 1st place trophy in her hand. She lived in California and loved surfing and doing cheer. Lenqueeshiaah always won first place and was good at just about everything. When they pulled up into her driveway she saw her neighbor, Cornelia, get out of her car. She was holding a dull second place trophy just like always. “Good job today!” Lenqueeshiaah’s mom, Rach Ella, exclaimed when she got inside. “Thanks mom, do you think you…

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    The Shaw Festival and Alice in Wonderland The Shaw Experience: An Analysis The History of Shaw: The Shaw Festival, created in 1962, is a defining attribute of the Canadian theatre scene. Founded by Torontonian lawyer Brian Doherty, a mere twelve years following the death of the festival’s name sake, George Bernard Shaw, the festival started as what Doherty referred to as “something (they) believe in” (Henkin). Snowballing faster, the originally small courthouse performance troupe grew into a…

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    exactly as masculine patriarchy restraining her freedom. However, after the meeting with the tinker, Elisa backs home and completely removes her clothes. This action symbolizes her developing sense of self-confidence and independence, as well as a desire to actually free herself from the masculine dominance that suppresses her. The dogs can be also considered as a symbol in the story. In particular, when the tinker comes to Elisa's farm, his dog runs forward of the wagon. Elisa's two dogs…

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    Pygmalion is a play written by George Bernard Shaw, based on the Greek mythology of the same name. It features a poor, uneducated girl, Eliza Doolittle, who is taken on a journey to become a duchess, to open up a flower shop. She is mentored by a professor, named Henry Higgins. By the end of the play, it is unknown if Liza ever marries Higgins, or a young man named Freddy Eynsford-Hill. As mentioned, as the story comes to a close, it leaves the reader something to think about. Does Eliza…

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    was a turning point for this still young nation. One of the many units that fought for the North was the 54th Massachusetts, a unit of all free black men. The men in this unit were all free when they volunteered to join and fight. Though promised differently, the men of the 54th Massachusetts did not receive the same pay as a white soldier of the same rank. Colonel Robert Gould Shaw and his men were one of the main units in the assault on Fort Wagner in South Carolina. The 54th Massachusetts…

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    Higgins. As well as the lower class which includes Eliza and Alfred Doolittle. It is important to know that these classes are dependent on one another throughout. When analyzing with a Marxist perspective, it is very clear that the society is separated by the Upper Class and the lower class, but the main factor that can help one climb the social latter is Education. Shaw provides much reasonable evidence as to why one might see the separation between the classes and why it is so that they are…

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