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    The Creature's character development isn't started until Mary Shelley introduces him as a character in his own perspective. Once the reader gains the Creature's perspective we instantly see the same loneliness that haunted Victor manifest itself in the Creature. This similarity brings the same complementary character development to the Creature as it did to Victor. Mary Shelley goes through the same process for the Creature, but in reverse. Mary Shelley once again shows us a significant side to…

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    Mary Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein, demonstrates many topics that can transform into a theme. Isolation, abandonment, and revenge are expressed within the story the Creature had told Victor. The main topic that stood out the most was keeping too many secrets, which in return lead Victor to his own destruction. He lost himself and his attachment to society after he kept the Creature a secret which lead the creature killing his family and friend due to spite Victor for abandoning him. The novel…

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    Abigail Williams Blame

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    Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, Abigail Williams is most to blame in the Salem witch trials. She was an orphan that lived in Salem, Massachusetts with her uncle, reverend Pairrs, and her cousin, Betty Parris. She was seventeen years old and the leader of the group of girls in Salem. Miller demonstrated that it was Abigail William’s flaws - Dishonestly, Lust, and vengefulness – that led her to be most responsible for the tragedy of the witch-hunt in Salem. Abigail shows dishonesty almost…

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    Part One: Question 1 While researching Isis, the Black Madonna, Madonna and Child, and the Virgin Mary I was amazed by all of their stories. I was a little baffled by the similarities that I found in my research. Looking at Isis, I was extremely amazed at everything with her. I had never heard of her, so when researching I was fascinated by it all. Isis was an Egyptian goddess. Isis was seen as such a beauty an independent goddess, and a mother. Her name means Queen of the throne or female of…

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    The amount of faith it takes to be strong as Mary Rowlandson is massive. As it can be represented in “A Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mary Rowlandson” She focuses on the importance of her faith and how it helped her thru the hard physical and emotional hardships Rowlandson had to go when captured by the Indians. Rowlandson narrates her experiences in the first person. She is telling the story as a memoir, focused on events she has witnessed and experiences that have taken place…

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    Mary Warren is one of the characters that change the most throughout the text due to the specific events that occur around her. At the beginning, she accepts being whipped because they knew that witchery was a hanging error but Abigail’s threats and throwing blame around eventually causes Mary Warren and the other girls to join in on the blame. Mary Warren, however, tries to remain objective to her service family, which is seen when she denies the conviction claims of Elizabeth Proctor, shown…

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    Mary Warren in The Crucible was one of the most complex characters in the book. She was easily influenced by Abigail Williams and the other girls in the novel. Yet, she was the only one who was present controversial dance and did not dance. Mary was undeniably naive and lonely, which allows her to be easily manipulated. Although she tried to repent for her sins, May ultimately succumbed to the peer pressure. She was embodied by three archetypes that specifically represent her character alone.…

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    Mary Shelley, the author of Frankenstein, had many things in common with Victor Frankenstein. When writing, many authors put elements of their lives into their works, things like happy or tragic events. Many of these events are easy to find but some are hidden deeper in the author's’ life. Mary Shelley wrote about the death of a mother and the death of a sibling. Victor Frankenstein, the main character of Frankenstein, endured many tragic events that shaped his character throughout his life,…

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    trouble if he admitted anything, Abigail had power over him. Yes, Abigail might get in trouble but so would he. And possibly his wife. Mary Warren, the current servant for John Proctor was trying to also tell people who Abigail really is. Because Abigail has a higher power over Mary Warren, Mary isn’t successful and ends up getting blamed for witchcraft. When Mary Warren swears she never saw familiar spirits, Abigail says there is no truth in it.…

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    Anne Bonny Research Paper

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    Roughly 300 hundred years ago Anne Bonny navigated along the Caribbean, capturing precious treasure, targeting low lives, and stealing ships with Jack Rackham and Mary Read ("Famous Pirate: Anne Bonny"). Anne lived during the 18th century, and had a long and arduous life full of danger, risk, and excitement ("Famous Pirate: Anne Bonny"). From the day Anne was brought into this world till the day she took her last breath, she worked hard, and was an extraordinary female. Anne Bonny is…

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