Edith Frank-Holländer Essays

  • Simon Lord Of The Flies Character Analysis

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    Simon, the Disciple “He was a small, skinny boy, his chin pointed, and his eyes so bright they had deceived Ralph into thinking him delightfully gay and wicked” (Golding, 55). Simon, a character in the “Lord of the Flies” is a “skinny vivid little boy” yet the boy is strong and stands up for he what believes is right. (FIX SENT.) That is just one of the many qualities this boy has. Simon is a very wise and philosophical type of boy. Quite simply, he uses his brain a lot more compared to most of

  • The Metamorphosis In Franz Kristeva's Abject

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    A Monstrous Vermin: (A? The? No article?) Reading of Franz Kafka’s Novella The Metamorphosis Through the Lens of Julia Kristeva’s Abject. Franz Kafka, a son of an affluent merchant, was born and raised in a Jewish German family in Austria-Hungary. Even though composing (right word?) was Kafka’s “sole desire and sole vocation” (Marill-Albérès and de Boisdeffre 13), the recognition of his legacy came two decades after his death, after the Second World War. Kafka’s fragile health, as well as delicacy

  • Audrey Hepburn Short Speech

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    “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says 'I'm possible'!” - Audrey Hepburn (Audrey Hepburn Quote). Audrey Hepburn was a British actress, but she was highly loved and cherished in America, too. Even though Audrey wasn’t an American citizen, today people still mourn her young death at only 63. Audrey was born in Brussels, Belgium during the April of 1929, and died in Tolochenaz, Switzerland in 1993. When Hepburn was the young age of eleven, she was in the German Occupation of Holland and those

  • Otto Frank Research Paper

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    towards the Jews. One family, The Franks, were affected by this unnecessary hatred. The Franks were a total of four people, Otto Frank, Edith Frank, Margot Frank, and Anne Frank. The Franks lived a normal life in Germany but decided to move as Jews were given less and less freedom because of Hitler 's laws to oppress the Jews. Even when the Frank Family left Germany to the Netherlands the Nazis invaded there and they were in the same situation once again. The Franks decided to go into hiding behind