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    Female Protagonists

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    about three women living in patriarchal societies. Each character longs for freedom in a different way, but because of the men in their lives they are unable to make their own life decisions.In "The Story of an Hour," Louise Mallard is a repressed married woman that has a heart condition. The reaction to her husbands presumed death is a sign that she is unhappy. After hearing the tragic news she goes up stairs to her room and looks out an open window and notices "new spring life", "the delicious breath

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    be wrong after all, because Laura seemed not to be treated any differently as a result of her disability. What surprised me about this play, was the fact that Jim was not married to Emily Meisenbach, his high school sweet heart. The way that he was presented by Laura's memory, I thought that for sure he would be married to Emily. But on the other hand, he is engaged to Betty, so he must really be as wonderful as Laura remembers. What angered me about this play, is the fact that Jim did im

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    numerous occasions that one of every two marriages ends in divorce. Although I believe this estimate to be high, there is no question that divorce has become a common occurrence in today's society. I think the biggest cause of divorce is people getting married too soon. Couples should live together before they marry. People become enveloped in a sort of euphoric haze when a relationship first begins to take a serious turn. The object of your affection seems to be perfect in every way and can do no wrong

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    with each other; they avoid confrontation at all times. Another example is when Soka (Pg. 78) is mad about the fact that at school, teachers call her Mrs. Kep instead of her name. In Cambodia, a married woman keeps the name she is born with. This episode reminds me that in Latin America, a married woman keeps her maid...

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    alike and agree on many things. When their father, Rucker Blakeslee, gets married to a woman young enough to be his daughter, just three weeks after his wife dies. They are both also very shocked why their father says "Well, good gosh a'mighty! She's dead as she'll ever be, ain't she? Well, ain't she?" They think that it is a disgrace to their mother's memory that their father would say something so terrible and get married just three weeks after his wife went to the grave. Also, they both care about

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    Harriet Tubman

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    tried to buy her. When the old master died, the son who inherited the slaves was able to hire Harriet out to a lumber merchant, where her work was respected and where she was allowed to keep some money she earned from extra work. In 1844, Harriet married John Tubman, a free black man. The marriage was apparently not a good match, from the beginning. It was shortly after her marriage that Harriet hired a lawyer to investigate her own legal history, and discovered that her mother had been freed on a

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    Princess Diana

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    July 1961 at Park House near Sandringham, Norfolk. She was the youngest daughter of the then Viscount and Viscountess Althorp, now the late (8th) Earl Spencer and the Hon Mrs. Shand-Kydd, daughter of the 4th Baron Fermoy. Lady Diana's parents were married in 1954 and separated in 1967. The marriage was dissolved in 1969. Together with her two elder sisters Sarah (born 1955), Jane (born 1957) and her younger brother Charles (born 1964), Lady Diana continued to live with her father at Park House, Sandringham

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    by the Groom I was really, really nervous about standing up here and speaking. I did prepare a few lines for today and having snorted them I now feel absolutely fine. I did have a great speech worked out for you today, but as I am now married, my wife has told me what to say instead. I'd like to start by thanking you all on behalf of my wife and I being here with us today, especially those who have travelled some distance to be here. We would also like to thank you all very much

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    contrasting Mr Bennet's "quick parts".  They have been married 23 years and at once, the Bennets realise that they have absolutely nothing in common, so they withdraw from each other.  Mr Bennet spends all day in his study retreated from Mrs Bennet and her gossip. "With a book he was regardless of time" "Mrs Bennet spends her day with tittle-tattle and idle conversation.  She is vulgar in her behaviour; the only aim for her is to get her daughters married off to someone with lots of money." Austen

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    Aristotele’s Notion of Body and Soul, and My opinion What is Aristotele’s notion of body and soul? According to Aristotle, everything in the world is divided between superior and inferior. Man is superior to the animals, the male to the female, and the soul to the body. “The soul is more noble than our possesions or our bodies';. Therefore, man should act through his soul, and not through his body. The soul services the greater good. If a man does not act from his soul, and thus lets his body

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