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    must place her damaged arm on the neck of a hung criminal, to cure it. "The Withered Arm" also shows a lot of differentiation between the social classes. The reason why Farmer Lodge disowned his son is because Lodge was having an affair with Rhoda at the time, so he was bore of her. She is of a lower social class than he is so he doesn't want people to know he was involved with her. There is much gender discrimination in "An Imaginative Woman". People would have not been generally interested

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    The Wessex Tales

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    Thomas Hardy portrays Rhoda s being a social victim for having a child out of wedlock, although she is isolated it is ironic that Farmer Lodge is not, but he is still accepted as part of the community. This shows women are lower than men women are inferior to men. Farmer lodge does not acknowledge the fact that he has a son ‘Just the same as usual’ ‘ Took no notice of you’ ‘None’ Rhoda son is use to his dad ignoring him. All that Farmer Lodge has given Rhoda is a job, Rhoda works away from the

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    ‘The Withered Arm’, there are four main characters: Rhoda who is a milkmaid, Gertrude who is Farmer Lodge’s new wife, Farmer Lodge who owns the farmhouse and the Son whose parents are Rhoda and Farmer Lodge. At the beginning of the story Rhoda becomes pregnant and soon after splits up with Farmer Lodge. She is outcast because people think she is a witch. The story then moves on eight years and Farmer Lodge brings back his new wife Gertrude Lodge. Rhoda is jealous of her and sends her son who is now eight

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    end there? Why does she come here at all - who wants her?" (Mansfield 229). Miss Brill's turns her sensitivity outward rather than inward.  She possesses keen eye for outward appearances and detail, but has little knowledge of inward life.  As Rhoda Nathan comments, "...the genteel Miss Brill is an observer of life, one who sits on the sidelines and watches the game in all of its striving, contending, and passion" (92).  This is clear from her observations of people in the park.  She describes

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    The Last Juror

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    the town of Clanton was Rhoda Kassellaw, and Danny Padgett. Rhoda Kassellaw was your average widow, she had two children, and pretty much always kept to herself. Danny Padgett, on the other hand, was a rich man. Danny lived with his parents on top of a mountain, on Padgett Island, off the coast of Mississippi. His family was very rich and very powerful. They were like the Italian Mafia of Mississippi, into smuggling, drugs, ect. One night Danny Padgett broke into Rhoda Kassellaw's house and

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    The Aesthetic, the Postmodern and the Ugly: The Rustle of Language in William S. Burroughs’ The Soft Machine and The Ticket That Exploded Ugliness is everywhere. It is on the sidewalks—the black tar phlegm of old flattened bubblegum—squashed beneath the scraped soles of suited foot soldiers on salary. It is in the straddled stares of stubborn strangers. It is in the cancer-coated clouds that gloss the sweet-tooth sky of the Los Angeles Basin with bathtub scum sunsets rosier than any Homer

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    In the movie Rhoda Williams gets causes a car accident and kills John Burroughs wife and son. The movie follows her life after the accident as another identical earth was found. The movie discuss determinism and free will as it explores the idea of two different worlds. The movie starts when Rhoda looks up at Earth two driving her car intoxicated. The movie relates to P. F. Strawson’s idea of reactive attitudes because it is a theory of responsibility and most of the movie talks about her responsibility

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    relationship between Rhoda and Gertrude in The Withered Arm. The Withered Arm is a pre-20th century book by Thomas Hardy; the plot of the story is in and around the writers' imaginary village of Holmstoke and town of Casterbridge. One of the main themes of The Withered Arm was Jealousy it was portrayed through Rhoda Brook, 'a thin fading woman of thirty' 'that had once been handsome', who had an affair with Farmer Lodge and bore him a son. Farmer Lodge left Rhoda to bring up their son

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    Rhoda Mwale is living in Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia and one of the fastest developing cities in South Africa. Rhoda’s house is constructed of mud, and was built by her deceased husband. Although she operates a small vegetable stand in Chainda Market, her income was never high enough to sustain her household. Only one of her five children were able to attend school due to financial constraints. Unfortunately, during the last rainy season, one of the rainiest seasons in Lusaka, Rhoda’s house

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    Suffering Between Rhoda in The Withered Arm and The Son's Veto in the tale 'The Withered Arm' in the story 'The Son's Veto' are both very lonely women. Both of these women and have been mistreated by men, but none of them ever speak out for themselves to tell the men that their behaviour is unacceptable. Women who were treated by men were just expected by their fathers (if the husband is rich) to just keep quiet and be happy that they are financially supported. Rhoda is a social reject

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