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    Chapter Twenty-Four

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    the occasion. It was verging on pleasant, even with the cool air coming off the mountains. The city was silent. Businesses were closed, no one left their homes. Many had taken refuge in the city’s single temple. The only signs of life came from the Scourge camps as the resistance’s pitiful military positioned themselves as much to the advantage as they could. Vantage points had been constructed almost overnight, scaffolding stretching from building to building for archers to keep post on. Drinking several

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    the Capitol ­ that we would undoubtedly recognize as terrorism. In the end, the Organization succeeds in achieving its goals, first liberating California, and then, as the epilogue summarizes, the rest of the world, ridding the Earth of the twin scourges of Jewish domination and non-white contamination. Oddly enough, the text makes very few references to religion, other than to say that Earl himself became religious only after his induction into a secretive Order within the Organization. And yet

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    A Passage from Hamlet

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    A Passage from Hamlet Hamlet is probably the best known and most popular play of William Shakespeare, and it is natural for any person to question what makes Hamlet a great tragedy and why it receives such praises. The answer is in fact simple; it effectively arouses pity and fear in the audiences’ mind. The audience feels pity when they see a noble character experiencing a regrettable downfall because of his innate tragic flaw, and they fear that the same thing might happen to them. Hamlet’s

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    “A bloody scourge…rigorously, and until his knees trembled beneath him, as an act of penance.” (Hawthorne, 141) In the Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Minister Dimmesdale starved himself, whipped himself, and tortured himself to get rid of the guilt caused by his sin with Hester Prynne. Hawthorne describes the minister’s guilt as the evil that anchored him down and shows how Dimmesdale tortures himself but can never get rid of it. His guilt came from many things. First was his guilt for

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    Hamlet: Act V-Scene 2 - The Climax In Act V-Scene 2, as the play begins with Hamlet fill in the detail of what happened to him since he left Denmark, Hamlet concedes that there was a kind of fighting in his heart. But clearly his inner struggle has been manifested from the time of his first appearance in this play. Now it is to hear no more expression of self-approach or doubts that he will act positively against Claudius. What is impressive is his decisiveness. He is able to formulate a plan and

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    In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter many critics dispute whose story is being told: Arthur Dimmesdale or Hester Prynne. The female heroism portrayed by Hester inundates the novel as opposed to the Reverend who internalizes his pain and tries to comprehend the enigmatic behaviors of the human psyche. Hawthorne utilizes the double persona of Dimmesdale to represent the character attempting to attain his goal of heavenly status yet succumbing to the manifestation of his guilt. Hawthorne inculcates

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    Drug Dealing: Nearing Its End?

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    The drug scourge facing the Americas has spread and created disaster, but in the end, it might come to an end through legalization. It is critical to examine several key components to fully understand how drug cartels, specifically South American, work and how there is the possibility of stopping this grand diffusion that has mostly taken place in this last half century. The inner workings of the cartels are complex and essential to their success and spread. Part of the process is how drugs get shipped

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    The New Plague

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    reality expressing the highest respect for the law.” Terrorists are not respecting any law, nor are they peacefully allowing themselves to suffer the consequences of breaking that law. They are lawless, and their violent acts are a plague that is a scourge to many nations, including ours. What to do about it is uncertain, but it must be firm and final. Those who proliferate it, as well as the governments who support it must be eliminated so that fear of this evil may not become a way of life. For if

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    In English literature, during the time of the Anglo-Saxons, the main type of poetry used was alliterative verse. Up until the seventh century, all poetry was passed down orally using alliterative verse. These poems were used to inform the people about everything from current events, religion (namely Christianity), and the heroic tales of past battles (David, 7-8). Alliterative verse is defined by the Encyclopædia Britannica as being “alliteration, the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning

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    Human Trafficking Essay

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    participants ranging from madams and pimp at local and international level deceptively offering unsuspecting young women the opportunity to travel to Europe for better jobs and life opportunities only to be trafficked and sexually exploited. The scourge of human trafficking is an order and supply driven international business with a colossal market for low cost labour and monetary coitus enco... ... middle of paper ... ...r forms of human trafficking? b. How can the Nigerian Government address

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