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    Finding James Cain's Life in Mildred Pierce

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    Finding James Cain's Life in Mildred Pierce An individual is greatly influenced by his/her environment, life challenges, and experiences. As a result, in addition to imagination, a novelist uses his life experiences to create his/her books. The influence of James Cain's life in his writing is obvious.  In Mildred Pierce, James Cain utilized his characters to portray the hardships suffered in the Great Depression, characteristics that impressed him about his mother, and

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    James Mallahan Cain's Life James Mallahan Cain was born in Annapolis, as the son of an educator and an opera singer.  He studied at Washington College, in Chesterton, Maryland, earning his B.A. at the age of eighteen, and masters in 1917. In the same year the United States had declared war on Germany in April of 1917, and Cain registered for the draft.  After serving in World War I, Cain returned to Baltimore where he began working as a reporter.  He first worked for the Baltimore

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    Kettle Chips 2. History of Pringles A. 3. Product of Pringles A. http://www.fatsecret.com/calories-nutrition/pringles - Normal - Small - Stick - Promotion [star wars, speaker, Iphone App] A. Analysis - SWOT - PEST - 5P people/product/place/price/promotion - Objective B. Target Audience[MIN] C. Brand Positioning [with 3 brands] - USP – What Pringles have that other company don’t have D. Problem of Pringles in Singapore E. Solution F. Reference Pringles strategy[Mission and Vision]

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    chip producers, especially in the current times where thinness and physical fitness reign supreme. Presently, there appear to be three major potato chip brands using the fake-fat technology: Frito-Lay?s WOW! Chips, Procter and Gamble?s Fat Free Pringles, and Utz Brand Yes chips (though Utz is sold almost exclusively on the eastern half of the country). The market structure is a bit interesting, considering that the Olestra oil is an innovation of Procter and Gamble alone. Adding to this interest

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    Both Visions of the Daughters of Albion by William Blake and The History of Mary Prince by Thomas Pringle makes a powerful statement about the current social conditions for women in their days. The value of women maintaining their virginity became highly important. The words of Prince and Oothoon exemplifies the significance of the woman’s voice. Both these characters show that women can not be seen as objects nor can they be downgraded in society. The Visions of the Daughters of Albion is a poem

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    Selling of a Serial Killer is a documentary directed by Nick Broomfield. The documentary film was an interview of Aileen with many interesting twists in the story. The film is about Aileen Wuornos who is a prostitute, in her twenties, who admitted that she killed seven men. Aileen was labeled by the FBI as the first female serial killer. Although, it took Aileen months to plead no contest of the murders she was sentenced six life sentences. Her girlfriend/lover of over five years Tyria Moore was

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    The author, Katherine Ramsland, is a forensic psychologist that teaches criminal justice. The purpose of this article is to answer the question of ‘how and why’ a human could have so much anger towards another person. Anthony Meoli holds a BS in criminal justice from Penn State University, a MA in forensic psychology from Argosy University, and a JD from John Marshall Law School. He was interviewed while I was reading this article and answered questions based off of why he was launching this project

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    drug abuse, sexual promiscuity, and violence. Aileen suffered from improper socialization on many different levels. Aileen was an awkward child. She had an IQ of 81. Aileen’s impulsive behavior and aggressive outbursts caused her peers to shun her. When Aileen was 6, she and Keith were playing with fire and lighter fluid and she was burned. Aileen had permanent scarring on her face from the burns. This also caused her to be harassed and picked on. Aileen was sexually, physically, and emotionally abused

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    What makes a person kill? What is it that drives a living human being to take the life of another? This troubling query has plagued societies since the beginning of time. Poignant to all social strata, homicide is a mystery to the poor and the wealthy, the young and the old, women and men. Every type of person can be a killer, no matter what background, race or gender, and this is what makes killing so puzzling. the phenomenon challenges every nation, and almost every notion(from greed and lust to

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    Aileen Wuornos

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    to seek out their own heinous form of release. Often considered America’s first female serial killer, Aileen Wuornos was neither first nor the worst. She had been suspected of committing at least seven murders and was sentenced to four of cases she had confessed to police. All the while, she maintained her innocence claiming that some or all of the killings were in self-defense. Born Aileen Carol Pittman on February 29, 1956 to Diane Pratt and Leo Pittman in Rochester Michigan (Osborn, 2009)

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