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    The Nancy Drew Mystery series was a huge success when it was published and still is to this day. Nancy Drew was the embodiment of independence, pluck, and intelligence when the series’ first began with the creator Edward Stratemeyer and his daughter Harriet Stratemeyer. Nancy Drew was everything that little girls craved to be like, and was debuted at a time when females were ready for something different (citation). The series began being wrote in the 1930’s during the great depression era by a women

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    Nuestra Familia

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    A gang is an organized group with a recognized leader whose activities are either criminal or, at the very least, threatening to the community. (Walker, 2011) Throughout history there have been some infamous gangs that have gotten media attention and others that have gone under the radar. One of the more underground gang structures are prison gangs. The Nuestra Familia may not be in the news as much anymore compared to other gangs, but they are nothing to be taken lightly. Prison gangs have been

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    Static Versus Virgil

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    “Help” screamed the woman. A robber stole the woman’s bag at the grocery store from the woman and he ran off. A voice yelled “ Yo buddy Don’t you have anything better to do then pick on nice a old lady.”Floating above his head was a boy in long, black and purple coat. His dreadlocks waved on the top of his head. He was standing on a cool metal dick “Names Static” but his real name is Virgil and he was an average teenager. Virgil/Static are good people. Virgil is kind and nice but when he is static

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    Nancy Drew and Ilana Nash

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    There is a lot of debate regarding Nancy Drew's identity as a strong and independent female character, or as a stereotypical one. Many argue that Nancy Drew is a strong character because she is portrayed as a detective, which is considered more of a male (masculine) career, and she deviates from stereotypical female behavior and attributes. In many situations throughout the Nancy Drew books, she displays courage, initiative, confidence, and emotional-stability, all of which are not general feminine

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