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    Hedda’s ‘hysteria’ is because of the fact she is unsuited to the female roles of society. Her decision of marriage and her unwanted pregnancy has aided a lot in her mental hysteric situation. In A Doll’s House, the protagonist of the play Nora Helmer’s hysteria has released in the Tarantella dance. Similarly, playing of piano by Hedda helps in the release of her hysteria. Being a daughter of General and having military background, hedda is following strict codes of conducts and narrow traditions

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    Flag Informative Speech

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    The flag of the United States is such a beauty. Wouldn't you agree? In this report, I will introduce the history of the United States Flag, the symbolism shown by the flag, and why there are many different versions of the Stars and Stripes leading up to our most current one. The flag of the United States has many different symbols that have a great impact and influence on the United States, but all the symbols eventually lead to patriotism because that is what the flag, as a whole, represents. So

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    What would you do if you were accused or punished for someone else's actions? Other people’s frustrations can be dangerous, especially if that person or thing has powerful traits. This is exactly what happens in Frankenstein when the monster becomes angry with Victor Frankenstein. Although the monster becomes angry with Victor, he takes most of his revenge out on the innocent people within the story instead of Victor. Victor may not have been hurt physically, but he was hurt mentally. The theme,

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    Not so minor; minor characters In Shelley’s Frankenstein, Frankenstein defies nature and creates a monster due to hubris. Huxley’s Brave New World follows Bernard and John’s interactions with an advanced society. All literary works contain casts of characters that include major and minor members. Alphonse Frankenstein and Fanny Crowne are two minor characters in the acclaimed novels. However, an examination of Alphonse Frankenstein and Fanny Crowne reveals the true meanings of the novels. Alphonse

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