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    Edward Newgate, more commonly known as"Whitebeard", was the captain of theWhitebeard Pirates and was known as "The Strongest Man in the World" and "The Man closest to One Piece" after Gol D. Roger's death. He was a member of the Yonko that ruled over the New World until his death during the Battle of Marineford. Appearance In his younger days, he wore an open dark gray vest and a black bandanna, and his trademark mustache was nonexistent. Later in his life, he grew the prominent crescent-shaped

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    The Success of Wemmick in Great Expectations

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    Many of his home habits allow him to express his care and decency, which contrasts with his mechanical work which lacks good value. Wemmick dedicates himself to separating the two so that he may keep his virtues intact while he works in the filth of Newgate. Wemmick is alone in his success of separation when compared to others such as Jaggers and Pip. Such dedication to keeping good values alive gives Wemmick so much integrity that he immediately becomes a favorite character. The castle in Walworth

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    Prison Realizations Throughout this semester, and the multiple readings covered, a number of different prison scenes have been encountered. In many cases the prisons function as a location that restricts certain kinds of movements and actions while enabling others. Overall, one underlying message of the prison encounters through the texts is that prison can help people reach some sort of realization. Some texts enable a realization of self, while other texts enable a realization of a society as a

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    product of the modern age. Writers have long portrayed this idea in a variety of texts ranging from histories, to plays, to daily news publications. Two texts serve to highlight this concept as it was practiced in eighteenth century England, The Newgate Calendar, and The History of the Remarkable Life of John Sheppard. Each recounts a separate tales of criminal acts during this period. While each account paints a picture of extensive habitual crime interwoven into the very fabric of society, historical

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    would have had a more fulfilling and gratifying life had she suppressed her vanity and price and accepted her role in society and lived accordingly. Moll began life in the low class. Not much nobility or status was expected of the orphan born in Newgate Prison, and in English society, there was little chance for Moll to escape this class. But Moll had the blessing of the kind "nurse" who raised her, kept her out of the dreaded servitude, and found a high class family for Moll to live and grow up

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    Analysis of Moll Flanders

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    including love, self-respect, religion, and peace of mind, and all the decisions that she had made were just in order to satisfied her vanity and pride. Moll began her life in the low class. She was abandoned by her born mother, a transported felon in Newgate Prison. Her mother left her when she was only a baby, and in English society during that time of period, there was little chance for such a girl like Moll to escape this class. But Moll had the luck to have the kind "nurse" who raised her; the kind

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    attendant on economic and social uncertainty and he displays a clear understanding of female specifics, in a criminal world. Defoe himself was an 'outsider'. A Londoner who often had to live by his wits, pursued by creditors and spending time in Newgate prison for debt. His own honesty was at times rather dubious. He writes accurate social history in a fictional form. The social details in 'Moll Flanders' are very accurate, even those set in Virginia and the novel is also politically and economically

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    Moll Flanders by Daniel Defoe

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    In Moll Flanders, the main character, she believes money makes the world go round. In this novel the novelist tried to show hardship and the bad luck that women breed being irresistible to men struggling women determined not be defeated by a cruel world. “Many critics and historians argue that a woman named Elizabeth Atkins, a notorious thief who died in prison in 1723, was one of Defoe’s inspirations for the character of Moll Flanders.” (“Moll Flanders”) Most of Moll’s actions are due to the need

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    In Daniel Defoe’s Moll Flanders, the protagonist's rollercoaster journey began with her birth in the Newgate prison and ends in England where she lives the rest of her life repenting her sins. Along her journey, Moll Flanders meets many people as she attempts to avoid the deadly snares of poverty prevalent in the seventeenth century. Throughout her life, she fails to form emotional attachments with most of the people she encounters. However, Moll Flanders forms an everlasting relationship with the

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    University of Regina, Regina, SK. 20 Jan. 2014. Class Lecture. McQuigge, Alexis. English 110. University of Regina, Regina, SK. 13 Jan. 2014. Class Lecture. The Newgate Calendar. “Mary Frith Otherwise Moll Cutpurse.” English 110 Course Package. Alexis McQuigge. English 110. University of Regina, Regina, SK. Winter 2014. Print. The Newgate Calendar. “Sawney Bean.” English 110 Course Package. Alexis McQuigge. English 110. University of Regina, Regina, SK. Winter 2014. Print.

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