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    The Salem witch trials were a series of executions due to accusations of witchcraft, many people had lost their lives. The majority of the beings accused were women. There were many ways people had determined someone was a witch, the first person to be incriminated of witchcraft was a slave, The disease that would determine many soon to be pronounced witches fate. There were many ways people could be pronounced witches. There were tests and experiments that the accused would have to take, and

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    1692 was a tragic year for the people of Salem. The events that took place in 1692 would prove to be a turning point for not only the people of Salem but the rest of pilgrim towns in The New World. What set the trials in motion is still partially a mystery. Whatever the cause, it is known that the results of the trials were inhumane and brutal. Over thirteen people were sentenced to death during the witch trials. These trials were a set of accusations and arguments set in rapid succession, resulting

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    Hawksbill Sea Turtles

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    819-828. Parker, Denise M., et al “Short-Range Movements Of Hawksbill Turtles (Eretmochelys Imbricata) From Nesting to Foraging Areas Within The Hawaiian Islands.” Pacific Science 63.3 (2009): 371-382. Academic Search Elite. Web. 28 Jan. 2014. Walcott, J., S. Eckert, and J.Horrocks. “Tracking Hawksbill Sea Turtles (Eretmochelys Imbricata) During Inter-Nesting Intervals Around Barbados.” Marine Biology 159.4 (2012): 927-938. Academic Search Elite. Web. 28 Jan. 2014. "New Jersey Endangered and

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    witch was because she would play shuffleboard, dressed in very provocative clothing, was outspoken, and owned more than one tavern. She was accused of bewitching five different girls, which were: Abigail Williams, Ann Putman, Jr. Mercy Lewis, Mary Walcott, and Elizabeth Hubbard. Many different people stated that Bishop would look upon one of the people that were supposed to be tortured and they would immediately be struck down and only her touch could save them. During her sentencing another woman

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    Ted Hughes Biography

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    Ted Hughes: Context of Life and Literary Career Ted Hughes (1930-1998) was a 20th century contemporary English poet, short story writer, children's book author, dramatist, scriptwriter, editor, critic, essayist, and translator. He was appointed to the honorary position of Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom from 1984 until his death. Considered an all-around man of letters, Ted Hughes is widely regarded as one of the greatest British poets of the second half of the twentieth century. Everything

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    In Life of Pi, Yann Martel's novel About a young boy who gets all odds stacked against him, The Main character Piscine Molitor Patel or “Pi” knows that as people get lower in their life they begin to exceed their past achievements allowing them to conquer obstacles. In later pages in the Life of Pi he states that “The Lower You are, The Higher your mind will want to soar”. Once you have achieved everything you want in life the only place to go is down, but when people have nothing to lose People

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    ! ! ! In this paper, drawing intensively from Clifford’s Traveling Cultures, Linton’s One Hundred Per Cent American, Derek Walcott’s Pantomime, and Miner’s Body Ritual Among the Nacirema, I will argue that, in the technologically advanced twenty-first century, while the international is indeed already on our plate and in our pocket, for it to be in our brains in the real sense – that is, for it to break free from the stranglehold of clichés and fixed ideas – we have to actively engage with it and

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    Patch Adams Reflection

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    does not study as much as the other students do, he is still at the top of the class. While the rest of the students are studying Patch is in the hospital talking to patients there. People like his roommate Mitch and Dean Walcott try and influence Patch to conform. Dean Walcott does this by telling him to stay away from the hospital and patients. Patch does not do this he continues to interact with patients and not conforming to the set rules of a first year medical student. Mitch always mentions

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    CREOLE IDENTITY IN SAMUEL SELVON’S FICTION: A POSTCOLONIAL STUDY THE THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE FOR OF THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN ENGLISH BY GURUPRASAD S Y Under the Supervision of Dr. K.T. SUNITHA Professor of English DEPARTMENT OF STUDIES IN ENGLISH UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE MANASAGANGOTRI MYSORE-570006 JUNE 2015 DEPARTMENT OF STUDIES IN ENGLISH UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE MANASAGANGOTHRI, MYSORE-570 006 DECLARATION I, GURUPRASAD S Y, declare that this thesis entitled

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    association with the shores and scenes, the special sights and sounds, of the Caribbean environment. Caribbean peoples are new arrivals who have had to reconstruct their identities having lost most of what they had in the transmigration from the Old World (Walcott, 1992). There are other places in the Caribbean where the homeland is contested but by the more penetrative and possibly permanent forces of tourism and television. The fact is that Caribbean citizens actively participate in cultivating this industry

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