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    When a person confesses, he releases the pent up angst that broods inside of him due to feelings of guilt or shame in order to free himself of his wrongdoings. However, if a person does not remove his internal conflict from his conscience, his physical and mental state suffers. In Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale keeps his affair with Hester Prynne secret from his Puritanical community in Boston, while Hester is openly punished for the crime. The two protagonists struggle

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    When Rabbit Howls

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    me, as a reader, due to the way the work was written. Though it may be hard to follow with choppy transitions, it captures Truddi as she experiences her disassociation. Some events cause skepticism such as when she could blow out lights with the pent-up emotions and personalities she embodied. However, Truddi knew that she had to go through the journey before her and she survived due to her strength when one of her voices said, “Having emotions, even secondhand, entails responsibility. It means involvement

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    What drives one to insanity? There are, of course, many possibilities. Stress, for one, could do it. Regret is another that has lead down that treacherous path. In the case of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper”, the protagonist’s root cause of insanity is not expressed openly, but when observed in more detail, it becomes apparent. The unnamed female protagonist of this short story initially seems to have little to no impaired cognitive function. She writes very clearly and understandably

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    of sleep meanings can be followed, connected, and traced throughout the novel. Throughout the duration of the novel sleep helps determine how the novel is shaped and materializes. Shakespeare uses sleep imagery to demonstrate the presence of evil, guilt, and innocence in humans. A majority of the novel was based off of evilness by the different characters, which the imagery of sleep displays. During the play evilness completely transforms the lives and personalities of people into polar opposites

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    United States. The argument will also be backed by interviews and literature from other authors, and women who have researched and written about this topic. It is tough to say a woman should be president and not give any legitimate reasons to back up why it would be a suitable selection. However, there are multiple reasons why a woman for president would make a great candidate. For one, we would have fought fewer wars in our nation’s past if a woman had been Commander-in-Chief. Women are less aggressive

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    different lights due to the nature of the story. There is another instance in The Things That Carried that is similar to Rat Kiley killing the baby water buffalo in which Azar straps a Claymore mine to Ted Lavender 's adopted orphan puppy, blows it up, and then defends himself by an appeal to his youth and innocence: " 'What 's everybody so upset about? ' Azar said. 'I mean, Christ, I 'm just a boy '. Azar’s appeal to innocence contradicts his action of killing the

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    All My Sons

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    to give up her hope that he is indeed alive. Her denial gets harder to continue when her missing son’s girlfriend at the time returns, intending to marry her surviving son. It ultimately climaxes when her husband turns out to be guilty in a crime he had previously been acquitted of in the court. This is one of the many difficult situations the characters undergo in All My Sons by Arthur Miller; situations which lead the characters to ultimately discover some difficult truths about guilt, denial

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    Running With Guilt

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    Sleepy chatter floats up from majority of the Carter children as they flock to the kitchen like chickens to their feed for their Sunday morning breakfast. A bout of quiet giggles erupts forth from two children as they scramble onto their chairs. The youngest child, a little girl, settles into her booster seat, her blond pigtails bobbing and her little legs swinging. “I like pancakes,” she announces out of the blue, her mouth curved into a bashful grin. Her mother smiles and kisses her daughter’s

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    cause of World War II as it caused humiliation and anger within Germany. The pent up emotions eventually led to the rise of the Nazi Party and Adolf Hitler, who were angered by their loss in territory, military restrictions, economic reparations, and the war guilt clause. The stipulations of the Versailles Treaty were aimed to bring down Germany and make it as weak as possible. One of the solutions the the victors came up was to take territory away from Germany, resulting in the country losing more

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    will write the lies she weaved about herself for a certain Mark (probably an ex-lover) whom she wishes to in still guilt for leaving her. The deed totally upset him. The poor penman had his heart broken again into pieces and now with a sullied principle to go with. He was filled with “filthy hurt and “felt overcome with precious feelings”. The only way for him to release those pent-up emotions from the burdening lies he had absorbed is through his pen, which already felt heavy with words waiting anxiously

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