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    I am writing this letter to you to provide a character reference about Mr. Layton Williams, who I know as a friend for a period of 22 years. During this time he has consistently proven himself to be a reliable and dedicated friend and confidant. He is a family oriented man who has always been a strong support system for his family and friends, often putting their needs above his own. He took on the responsibility of providing for his siblings and mother at an early age and is still solely responsible

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    Charlie, a teenage boy who writes a series of letters to an anonymous recipient. Throughout the book Charlie is confronted with a variety of issues, including teen sexuality, drugs, alcohol and suicide in which he expresses through his letters. Chbosky explores the themes of sexuality, participation and innocence vs experience with the use of intertextual references to enhance the chosen themes. The theme of sexuality is enhanced with the references to The Rocky Horror Picture Show as it explores

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    Ross writes a letter and mails it out stating that the list of employees are no longer in her employment, and that the employees have been release from her employment, because of their work or personal habits were not acceptable to her. Moreover, Ross letter stated that if one of the stated employee listed in her letter uses her name as a reference, that employer should call her. The case states that Davis did not use Ross as a reference; however, her name was listed on the letter giving the negative

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    color is used as an allusion to biblical reference. Aside from the color itself, other references were made through direct conversation with God and the main characters struggle to maintain belief in a higher being despite her life’s troubles. The first reference we see to God is seen in the color purple. The color itself represents the things in the world God created for man to enjoy; such as love. In the very beginning of the novel, the main character does not seem to have much sense of anything

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    Letter-writing is a large part of this chapter playing various different roles. Bechdel first brings up the use of letter-writing when she sends a letter home addressing the fact that she might be a lesbian. Although she was unsure of the truth of this statement she still sent a letter home hoping to get a positive response back. This letter triggered a chain of letters between her and her mother. Later in the chapter on page 77 she gets a letter from her mother. Bechdel uses a whole panel to show

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    unknown, but the evidence suggest, Ross intended to create an a hardship for previous employees, potentially seeking other employment regardless of whether or not Ross was listed as a reference. Perhaps unknowingly to Ross this method of voluntarily providing reference created a hostile environment, defamed the character of each individual listed in her written document. According to Walsh (2013), defamation claims is when a person makes a statement about another person, that may damage his or her

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    Star Wars Text Analysis

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    Darth Vader – A fictional character presented in Star Wars. The Scarlet Letter Easy A Claude – A character featured in the Grand Theft Auto (GTA) series. Film Novel Film Video game Familiar to the Puritan culture, as The Scarlet Letter is based in New England. Shakespearian language. Worldwide cultures Origin in Britain. Character/Costumes/Setting - Starring a child ambling around his house dressed as Darth Vader. Sound/music - Sound effect of dog barking. - Star Wars Theme Song By John

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    Demetrius. In these scenes Puck uses a magical love potion to create disturbance and chaos amongst these characters romances. My creative response adapts act two and three scenes two by modernizing the play so that these couples each live in their own house on the same street. I have designed the creative response so that the only way these couples communicate with each other is through the use of letters. This will mean that they never physical see each other during the adaption. I have also introduced

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    D.H Lawrence a British writer critiques the novel’s Scarlet Letters heroine and gives his opinions on her in a persuasive, argumentative manner in his critical essay called On The Scarlet Letter. He believes that the heroine of the novel is not the beloved character readers believe she is. Using literary techniques like an ironclad tone, abrupt syntax and biblical allusions Lawrence convince’s people that the beloved American heroine Hester Prynne is truly a conniving adulteress who thrives off of

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    Every parent wants their child to succeed. In 1780, Abigail Adams wrote a letter to her son, John Quincy Adams, future president of the United States, while he was was travelling abroad with his father who was only a US diplomat during that time. She addresses certain expectations that he should be aware of. Even so, he is reluctant to be on a diplomatic duty with his father. This called her to the attention that she has to advise him. That advisement came in the form of motherly guidance. Adams

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