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Letters from a Birmingham Jail

- Letters from a Birmingham Jail Aristotle is a very citable man when it comes to the way we think today. His rhetoric techniques are still being used in today's society. The Neo-Aristotelian Criticism is three different appeals of persuasion. This is ethos, pathos and logos, which makes one heck of a convincing argument. Ethos gives credibility, pathos shows emotion and logos uses words. In the text, Letter from Birmingham Jail, we find many examples of the criticism. Martin Luther King Jr. is writing a letter from inside the jail of Birmingham in April of 1963....   [tags: American Literature]

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Symbols and Symbolism - The Letter A in The Scarlet Letter

- The Symbolism of the Letter in The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter includes many profound and important symbols. This device of symbolism is portrayed well in the novel, especially through the scarlet letter "A". The "A" is the best example because of the changes in the meaning throughout the novel. In the beginning of the novel, the scarlet letter "A" is viewed as a symbol of sin. The middle of the novel is a transition period, where the scarlet letter "A" is viewed differently....   [tags: Scarlet Letter essays]

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The Scarlet Letter, By Nathaniel Hawthorne

- The words penance and penitence are often associated together, and even sound similar, but it does not mean they have the same meaning. Penance is a punishment for a sin- a physical act showing repentance, but penitence is the feeling of sorrow for committing a sin. Therefore, it is possible to commit an oct of penance, but not truly feel penitence. In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, the main character, Hester Prynne is forced by her Puritan community to wear a lavishly decorated scarlet colored “A”, which stands for adulterer....   [tags: The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne]

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Letter From The Birmingham Jail

- Ungrateful things for granted People take little things for granted in their lives like sleeping on a bed or having a roof over their heads. Someone that has a person that loves them endlessly even though a person can mess-up. “At the Canadian Ball” gives a good example of how three people can take each other for granted due to love. “In The Monkey House” J. Edgar Nation makes a pill for monkeys. “Letter from the Birmingham Jail” how King had died for equal rights between blacks and whites. It is tremendously simple to take things for granted in our lives, especially if it is little things....   [tags: High school, Family, Mother, Idea]

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Dr. Martin Luther King 's Letter From Birmingham Jail

- Dr. Martin Luther King’s “White Moderate” In Dr. Martin Luther King’s writing Letter From Birmingham Jail vividly argues why he feels the Civil Rights Movement should be important and urgent to all American citizens. Within his letter, he uses the term “white moderate” to describe white people who agree with his words and ultimate goal of equality, but do not agree that the situation is critical. He states that the white moderates are the Civil Rights Movements greatest obstacle because they prefer destructive peace without tension rather than the positive peace of justice....   [tags: Human rights]

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Comparing Letter from a Birmingham Jail and Civil Disobedience

- Martin Luther King and Henry David Thoreau each write exemplary persuasive essays that depict social injustice and discuss civil disobedience, which is the refusal to comply with the law in order to prove a point. In his “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” King speaks to a specific audience: the African Americans, and discusses why he feels they should bring an end to segregation. Thoreau on the other hand, in “Civil Disobedience,” speaks to a broader, non-addressed audience as he largely expresses his feelings towards what he feels is an unjust government....   [tags: compare/contrast]

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Analysis Of Martin Luther King Jr. 's ' Letter From Birmingham Jail '

- Lisa Nguyen Professor Carter English 1302.741 12 February 2015 Sympathetic Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous “Letter from Birmingham Jail” was written to address the public criticism he and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference received from eight clergymen. In his letter, King shows off his fiery emotion throughout his letter. However, King does not force his beliefs upon his readers. Rather, he hopes that his readers will see his perspective on the situation through an emotional appeal....   [tags: African American, Black people, White people]

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Dr. Martin Luther King 's Letter From Birmingham Jail

- Racism A Human Problem We are all human. We all bleed if cut, and bruise if wounded. We as humans have a need to fit in with those around us. Being of a different race from the dominant race can lead to segregation if there are not laws in place to protect all people. At one point in our American history there were not laws to protect all races people, but laws to seclude races from others. Actively and systematically setting up those races of people classified different, deemed less for failure....   [tags: African American, United States]

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Morals in Hawthorne's Young Goodman Brown and King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail

- Morals are set standards of right and wrong for society as a whole. One ’s self image of morals are what the individual thinks is right and wrong according to what he or she learns; however, this “Internal compass” can be influenced because society controls most of what they learn. One’s self image of morals allows an individual to provide compelling arguments, provides emotional stability and allows for an individual to have predetermined views of right and wrong; on account of the fact that said individuals choose to follow the revolutionary figures who provide a strong base for the creation of one’s self image of morals....   [tags: Letter from Birmingham Jail, 2014]

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The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel Hawthorne

- Pranav Damera Mr. Mackechnie English Period 6 9 May 2015 “A” in the Scarlet Letter According to Webster Dictionary, adultery is sex between a married person and someone who is not that person 's wife or husband. Even though this is still considered immoral nowadays, it is not dealt with as harshly by countries today as the Puritans. The scarlet letter “A” in the Scarlet Letter has many different meanings throughout the book. The “A” serves as a symbol throughout and helps show the suffering and strength of Hester Prynne as a character....   [tags: The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne]

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The Scarlet Letter, By Nathaniel Hawthorne

- William Shakespeare once said, “One touch of nature, makes the whole world kin.” In Nathaniel Hawthorne 's The Scarlet Letter, the Forest is a place of societal freedom while as the Town serves as a place of judgement and false virtue. Some might say that the Scaffold would prove to be a suitable contrast to the Forest, however, the Town provides a more direct contrast to the Forest; truth is welcomed in the natural Forest and punished in the unnatural Town. That opinion is evident throughout the novel as the different themes of secrets destroying their keeper, nature being more forgiving than man, and the hypocrisy of the Puritan society clearly exemplify it....   [tags: Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter, Shame]

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The Birmingham Campaign

- Ever since the African American race was brought over to the United States they have been mistreated. Upon their arrival, Americans instantly enslaved them and used them for work, not even considering them as people. With the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution in 1865, slavery was finally outlawed; however, “colored” people were still treated unequally through segregation. Segregation was legalized by the Court decision in the case Plessy v. Ferguson. But, in 1952, the case Brown v....   [tags: Civil Rights]

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Romanticism, Reason, and Puritanism in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter

- Romanticism, Reason, and Puritanism in The Scarlet Letter The novel, The Scarlet Letter, is about the struggle three people face while trying to live their lives and find happiness in a Puritan society. In the early 1640s, Hester has come to the small town of Boston, Massachusetts, from Great Britain, while her husband, Chillingworth, ties up all of the loose ends back in Great Britain. Hester and Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale, the town's priest, engage in the act of adultery and produce a baby girl named Pearl; though, only Hester knows that Dimmesdale is the father....   [tags: Scarlet Letter essays]

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Analysis Of ' The Scarlet Letter '

- Emerson’s idea of self-reliance revolves around the idea that society is bounded by the members conforming to the needs of others. He believes that conforming to society is only a need for ones acceptance of others. This then translates to the society portrayed in The Scarlet Letter where at the time Hawthorne strictly based the stories society on the Puritan lifestyle. Puritans where very uncompromising with their standards of living and also keeping up with their lifestyle, which can be clearly shown in the daily life of Hester, Pearl, and Dimmesdale the lives of which that have been forced to break down emotionally and physically to conform to the norms of society....   [tags: The Scarlet Letter, Hester Prynne]

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Redefining Structure: Social Stratification in MLK’s “Letters from Birmingham Jail”

- Martin Luther King, Jr. was an eloquent speaker and a powerful figure during the Civil Rights Movement. In “Letters from Birmingham Jail,” he uses the classical rhetoric to engage his audience and present his ideas clearly. This particular text was initiated due to the non-violent demonstrations in Birmingham, Alabama, which led to the arrest of many African-Americans, including King himself. Although this was not a spoken document, the letter was directed to several targeted audiences: first, the clergymen who wrote “A Call for Unity,” secondly, the “white moderate” (47), and finally, to black men and women across the nation who lacked the initial courage to fight for their rights....   [tags: Literary Analysis]

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Symbols in The Scarlet Letter

-      Symbols unlock the secrets of a story. Hawthorne, in The Scarlet Letter, uses many symbols to represent different things. Some symbols represent the same thing. The letter “A” has many meanings, each character has their own meanings, and even the different parts of nature are symbols. Also, apart from providing structure for the novel, each scaffold scene conveys something different. One could say, arguably, that nearly everything in The Scarlet Letter is a symbol for something else.      In the novel, there are four different versions of the letter “A”....   [tags: The Scarlet Letter Hawthorne Essays]

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The Letter From Birmingham Jail

- The letter from Birmingham jail by Dr. Marin Luther King was written as a response of King to nine criticisms made against the Southern Christian leaders and King’s participation in demonstration in Birmingham. King handled many rhetorical devices to convince his opponents such as the white clergymen with his rights to protest, create tension for direct action and to achieve the racial justice. The devices fluctuate between Logos, Pathos and Ethos in a clever way to appeal to his audience and criticize them at the same time....   [tags: Black people, White people, Race]

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The Significance of the Letter in The Scarlet Letter

- The Scarlet Letter: The Significance of the Letter             Adultery has been around almost as long as people. It has maintained a harsh punishment, from banishment to death, but in the Puritan world of colonial America (from about 1620-1640), its punishment may have been worse than either. In The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Hester Prynne is a lonely Puritan woman who commits infidelity with a preacher and has a son from the untruthful union. To punish her for this act, the council of leaders forces her to wear a large “A” on her bosom, to let all know what she has done....   [tags: Scarlet Letter essays]

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The Symbol of Guilt in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter

- The scarlet letter is a symbol of guilt with the power to transform not only its wearer, but everyone involved in its inaugural scandal. Pearl and the letter share a certain relationship, and at times seem to mirror each other, as they exhibit similar tendencies. As children of indignity alike, they unconsciously serve as emotional grim reapers, and together, they unwillingly carry out the supernatural mandate of punishment rationed to them through sadistic and demoniac means. Because the two chosen are but unwilling situational puppets strewn by fate, it is impossible for self proclaimed vigilantes of the paranormal to come out unscathed....   [tags: the scarlet letter]

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A Trivial Society Of The Scarlet Letter

- A Trivial Society in The Scarlet Letter One of the most engrossing aspects of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter is the unambiguous fact that all the characters in the book are subject to false accusations from the self righteous society depicted throughout the novel. Hawthorne persistently displays his negative opinion of the Puritan society through multiple characters’ experiences. In fact, it is believed that Hawthorne added the “w” to his name in order to distance himself from his Puritan ancestors (Sampson)....   [tags: The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne]

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Martin Luther King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail

- Martin Luther King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” is an excellent example of an effective argument; it was written in response to an editorial addressing the issue of Negro demonstrations and segregation in Alabama at the time. He writes in a way that makes his argument approachable; he is not attacking his opposition, which consists of eight Alabama clergymen who wrote the editorial. This is illustrated in his opening sentence: “My dear Fellow Clergymen” (464). King was an activist for civil rights during this time, and came to Alabama to help out his fellow brothers that were facing opposition....   [tags: Martin Luther King Letter Jail essays]

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Martin Luther King 's Letter From Birmingham Jail Essay

- Augustine Ugwu Professor Professor Ileana Loubser ENGL1301 November 2, 2014 Martin Luther King’s Letter From Birmingham Jail Essay Analysis Dr. Martin Luther King’s “Letter From Birmingham Jail” is an emotional gaze into the authenticity of racial discrimination in 1960s America. King established this letter to his fellow clergymen which aims to address their concerns on the subject of the wisdom and timing of the nonviolent actions and the unjust demonstrations in Birmingham, Alabama that he and other fellow leaders carried out in 1963....   [tags: African American, Racism, Martin Luther King, Jr.]

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The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel Hawthorne

- Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel The Scarlet Letter has a very wide cast of characters, but settles upon three distinct main ones. These three characters are all very different, but still suffer from the same internal conflict regarding their relationships with one another. One theme can be associated with each individual character, but a single trait is common among all three. Love, fear, and revenge are all primary themes present in The Scarlet Letter, but no other emotion is as prevalent to the characters’ developments than their guilt....   [tags: The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne]

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A Comparison of Letter From Birmingham City Jail and I Have a Dream by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

- Martin Luther King Jr., one of the greatest speakers for the Black civil rights movement, had written many great works in his time. Two of his pieces stand out as his greatest works, Letter from Birmingham City Jail; a letter written from a jail in Birmingham where he was arrested for demonstrating peacefully, to clergymen who didn't agree with his views, and I Have a Dream; a speech given by King in front of the Washington Memorial at a huge civil rights tea party. Both works convey the same message: the time has come where Black Americans will not stand for civil injustices any longer....   [tags: comparison compare contrast]

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The Effects of the Birmingham Campaign on Segregation in America

- Even the largest political movements when stripped to their bare fundamentals reveal a simple idea, image, or action. Likewise, the Civil Rights Movement began with an idea. An idea of an improved future; a future in which colored people could walk the streets of America beside people of other races without scorn and contempt. This future was realized by the city of Birmingham, Alabama. At the end of the 20th century, Birmingham was populated to such an extent with hatred and spite, Dr. Martin Luther King referred to it as “probably the most thoroughly segregated city in the United States” (King 2)....   [tags: Racism ]

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Punishment, Damned, And Doomed

- Convicted, Damned, and Doomed Condemnation. The act of being condemned. Punished, criticized, sentenced, denounced. Feeling trapped, trapped within physical confines, trapped within emotions, trapped within thoughts, trapped within one’s head. The privilege to do what one desires- it’s stripped away. Lacking that freedom begins to make one’s life change drastically, their actions begin to change, their mannerisms begin to take another form. Condemnation often has severe effects on those who go through its dreadful processes....   [tags: Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter]

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The Scarlet Letter Between Hester Prynne And Arthur Dimmesdale

- In The Scarlet Letter the town often forgets that to make a child, a man and a woman are both needed. This is a concept that unfortunately, is still hard for some people to grasp. When a man does the same thing as a woman, in certain cases a man won’t be judged as harshly as a woman. In this circumstance of adultery, the woman is usually branded as a “harlot”, while the man is often seen to have done nothing wrong. Such is the case in The Scarlet Letter between Hester Prynne and Arthur Dimmesdale....   [tags: The Scarlet Letter, Hester Prynne]

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The Literary Time Era By Martin Luther King 's Letter From Birmingham Jail

- The literary time era known as Transcendentalism is a time era in literature where people began to think more individually as well as more philosophically. This era is believed to have lasted from the 1840’s to the 1860’s, however there was a later movement in the late 1800’s, this is referred to the New England Transcendentalism, in which Uncle Tom’s Cabin would be categorized. Although the Transcendentalist era was more based off of literature in the 1800’s, there are some modern authors, Martin Luther King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail, who have shown Transcendentalist thought in their works....   [tags: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Transcendentalism]

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Sinfulness of the Puritans in Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter

- Sinfulness of the Puritans in Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne brings to The Scarlet Letter a notion of sin and guilt that seems to stem from his experience and knowledge of Puritan theology and religious practice. In "The Custom House" Hawthorne communicates his apprehension for the persecutory impulses of his ancestors who "have mingled their earthly substance with the soil, until no small portion of it must necessarily be akin to the moral frame wherewith, for a little while, I walk the streets" (1309)....   [tags: Scarlet Letter Essays]

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Injustice Anywhere in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.´s Letter from Brimingham Jail

- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s, “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” while most appropriately described as a response to criticism, is not written from a defensive position. While his letter more than aptly provides a functional defense of his actions at Birmingham, it serves more so as a counter-critical rebuttal that both repudiates criticisms of his deeds, and criticizes the reasoning behind said criticisms. Dr. King uses the very denunciative tools used against him, such as assertions of premature action and aggressiveness, as both defense and offense, effectively dismissing any wrong on his part, and elucidating the myopic nature of the white moderates’ reticence....   [tags: civil, disobedience, extremisms, logic]

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The Letter From Birmingham By Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

- The “Letter from Birmingham” has many quality to it, and each serves a purpose to convince the audience. The purpose of the letter was to respond to fellow clergyman of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s, they wrote an article “A Call for Unity” in the newspaper that questioned King’s methods of protest. In King’s response he was very detailed and clear onto why the opinions of the clergyman were incorrect and no logical. Throughout the letter there are rhetorical devices used that helped better king’s argument....   [tags: Civil disobedience, Nonviolence]

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Morality in Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter

- Morality in The Scarlet Letter      "...pain is in itself an evil; and indeed, without exception, the only evil; or else the words good and evil have no meaning." (Chase 127) In the novel The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne presents a very clear view of his stand on morality, which he carefully cultivates through the course of the story. The moral, which is "Be true!" applies equally well to all of the characters in the novel. Though his view does seem to stand as true through the length of the story, it does not, unfortunately, transfer as smoothly to our lives today....   [tags: Scarlet Letter essays]

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Martin Luther King - The Prophetic Minister of the South

- Walter Brueggemann writes, “Prophecy is born precisely in that moment when the emergence of social political reality is so radical and inexplicable that it has nothing less than a theological cause,” (B, 6). Not only do prophetic ministers grab hold of communities stuck in despair, but they also rally communities to keep reaching for a better future. Jeremiah, a prophetic minister of the Old Testament, delivered a message from the Lord to the Hebrew people who were struck with despair after their community had been split and one half destroyed....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Letter from Birmingham Jail]

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Martin Luther King 's Letter From A Birmingham Jail

- The time of 1963 was noted for intense racial unrested and civil rights demonstrations all throughout, nationwide outrage was sparked by media coverage and oil exports actings in Birmingham, Alabama, attack dogs and fire horses turned against protestors both teens and the young. Martin Luther king Jr. had been arrested and jailed during these protests when he then wrote his speech "Letter form a Birmingham Jail," advocating disobedience against unjust laws. Dozens of demonstrations took place all over the country which culminated the March on Washington, Kennedy then backed up a civil rights act and took that up until summer....   [tags: Civil disobedience, Nonviolence, Human rights]

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The Scarlet Letter, By Nathaniel Hawthorne

- Throughout the course of history, the concept of women being subordinate to men has always existed. However, in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, a woman named Hester Prynne tries to break prejudicial notions against women in a patriarchal society. In the story, Hester commits the crime of adultery and is sentenced by the government to wear a scarlet letter as it symbolizes ignominy. Since she lives in Puritan New England, the people do not value women a lot, her actions becomes a sight of public scrutiny....   [tags: The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne]

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Treatment is More Effective Than Jail for Drug Offenders

- One of the most profound problems that plagues our society is drug addiction. With drug addiction comes those who offend and have run-ins with the law. Our country deals with these drug-addicted offenders by placing them in jails for a year or longer, only to have them come back out to society when their sentence is over. They are still drug-addicts and so they return to the street only to commit yet another crime. From here the cycle of crime, arrest, jail, and return to society continues, solving absolutely nothing....   [tags: Don't Jail Illegal Drug Users]

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The Scarlett Letter

- The Scarlett Letter The story opens with Hester Prynne standing silently on the scaffold in the middle of a town square in 18th century Boston. Hester, holding her small child in her arms, is publicly on trial for adultery. The town people, especially the women, are not happy that Hester has been sentenced only to wear a scarlet letter and to stand on a public platform for a few hours of public humiliation. However, the judge has decided to be merciful to her because, over all, she has been a good citizen up to this point....   [tags: The Scarlett Letter]

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Research on Martin Luther King Jr And The Letter from the Birmingham Jail

- Research on Martin Luther King Jr And The Letter from the Birmingham Jail To me, Martin Luther King, Jr. is not an unfamiliar name. His famous speech I have a dream is partly selected as our English text in China. Although I know he is well known for the strong and affective words, "Letter from Birmingham Jail" still gave me a very deep impression. It is perfectly organized in a logical and thoughtful arrangement. On the other hand, the words are strong and full of real, impressive emotion. To fully understand this letter, having a basic background of Martin Luther King and the social environment at that time is necessary....   [tags: Papers]

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The Heroine of Louise Shivers' Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail

- The Heroine of Louise Shivers' Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail Sleeping Beauty's father was a king who loved his daughter dearly. Unfortunately, however, he forgot to invite one of the oldest and most powerful of the fairies to the celebration of his daughter's christening. Because of his forgetfulness, the princess was sentenced to one hundred years of sleep and inactivity. She was saved by a prince who made his way to her bedside and awakened her with a kiss of true love. Of course, they celebrated a glorious wedding and lived happily ever after....   [tags: Here Get My Baby Out Jail]

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Reading Log for The Scarlet Letter

- Reading Log for The Scarlet Letter 1. Chapter one thoroughly describes the Jailhouse and the surrounding landscape. Tells of the huge wooden edifices whose threshold is timbered and iron barred. Gives the description of the peoples clothing who were congregating outside of the prison. It also describes the necessity of a new colony first building a prison and graveyard. In the last paragraph it tells of a rose bush outside of the oaken doors. The author describes the awkwardness of having such a beautiful plant surrounded by weeds and shrubs....   [tags: Scarlet Letter Literature Reading Logs Essays]

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