Title : Aswang Description : Philippine ghoul Region : Visayas, Southern parts of Luzon and parts of Mindanao WebSite : www.wikipedia.com 3. www.read – legends – and – myhts - .com/ aswang 4. https://sites.google.com/site/philmyths/lesson-3 Cruz, Neal. “As I See It: Philippine mythological monsters”. Philippine Daily Inquirer. 2008. 5. https://sites.google.com/site/philmyths/lesson-3 Miller,Andrei.
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Pavlova is known most famously for her role as The Dying Swan, choreographed by Micheal Fokine, which she debuted in 1905. This became her signature role; to this day it is hard to mention the role without speaking of Pavlova as well. She joined the Ballet Russe on tour in 1909 and toured through Europe and Australia with the Ballet before forming her own company in 1911, of which she named her husband, Victor Dandre, manager. Anna Pavlova changed the face of ballet across the world. She was told at a young age that she did not have the body shape or the strength to become a ballerina yet, she persisted and through her influence the ballet world adopted her style as the new standard.
At the age of three, she was removed together with her ‘half-caste’1 mother and younger sister to Moore River Native Settlement, an institution for part-Aboriginal children with white fathers. She wrote a book called “Follow the Rabbit Proof-Fence”, which deals with the issue of Australian aboriginal children forcibly removed from their families, the so-called stolen generation. This book has been published in 1996 and it is based on a true story. More precisely, it recounts the narrative of three Aboriginal ladies close to the author: Molly, who is Doris’ mother, Daisy who is Molly’s sister and Gracie the cousin. These young ladies were forcibly removed from their families, but they have managed to escape from a government settlement in 1931 and walked over 1,600 kilometres trek by following the rabbit proof-fence, a massive pest-exclusion fence which entirely crossed Western Australia from the north to the south.
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Key Words: Munro; focalization; runaway; characters In women’s literature, “runaway” is a familiar theme. Girls and women run away to pursue independence and freedom. InJane Eyre (1847), the principal paradigm expression of the nineteenth-century Western women’s desire for selfhood and freedom, the heroine, Jane Eyre runs away from Mr. Rochester whom she perceives as the love of her
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