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    In “Enclosed. Encyclopedic. Endured: The Mall of America,” David Guterson’s description concerning the Mall of America researches into numerous surfaces that are entrenched throughout the mall both physically and psychologically. David Guterson claims that the Mall is a psychological impact on the applicants inside. He makes this claim through his portrayals of the shopping mall’s: exterior and interior environment, the people he interviews, and the malls many titles. A vivid depiction about the

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    David Guterson wrote Snow Falling On Cedars. Guterson published this novel in 1994. “During his childhood, he attended Seattle Public Schools, went to Roosevelt High School and later attended the University of Washington, where he earned Bachelor of Arts Degree in English literature and a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing.” (Wikipedia, 2017). Guterson explores humanity, penetrating the core of the human heart. "My work comes from inner disturbances, from seeing injustices and accidents

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    This would not be the last of its kind, though. Afterward the Boomers again came into conflict, this time with their successors, Generation X, also known as Thirteeners, the thirteenth generation of Americans to be born since the nation’s founding. David Guterson’s novel The Other is the autobiographical account of fictional Neil Countryman, a recently retired high school English teacher and aspiring writer who, in the frame of the story, is the true writer of this book; in his youth, Countryman had

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    David Guterson and His Use of the Theme of Nature      David Guterson, a young American author, has written two major works regarding aspects of human nature and human emotions. His first publication, a collection of short stories, entitled The Country Ahead of Us, The Country Behind addresses some of the moral dilemmas that humans face throughout their lives. His first novel, Snow Falling on Cedars, narrates the trial of a Japanese man accused of murdering a white man

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    myself not just as a writer, but a reader too. I feel that my analysis of Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson was more thought out than I expected. In the beginning of the novel, one important place are the strawberry fields, “The girl, it turned out, was an unwitting intermediary between two communities, a human sacrifice who allowed the festivities to go forward with no uttered ill will” (Guterson 78). Here Hatsue is being crowned Strawberry Princess and I believe this to be significant because

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    secrets. Secrets are usually kept within a person because they feel they can’t share that information to the world for a reason. Secrets can be in the form of guilt, shame, confusion, or uncertainty. In the book, Snow Falling on Ceadars, by David Guterson, one main character Hatsue possesses a secret. Her secret is a combination of all the types of secrets, many factors play a role in formulating her secret. Hastue doesn 't know what shoes to wear. This secret relates to Hatsue because she is

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    the unification and later division of the tribes of Israel. In the Hebrew Bible, various tribes are depicted as encompassing the land of Canaan prior to a time modern scholars refer to as the united monarchy, which refers to the rule of King Saul, David and Solomon.

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    I walk through the doors with my mom. I hear crying, little kids throwing tantrums and moms telling their kids everything would be fine. The nurses walking around with files and stethoscopes around their necks. I was officially at the doctor’s office. I had checked in and sitting in pain with all these noises going on, thinking that it would be just a regular visit. But little did I know, from that day on it would be a life changing experience to my identity. My whole life’s been a chase, it’s a

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    Religious spaces, characterized by Thomas Tweed, are “differentiated,” “interrelated,” and “kinetic.” As a sacred city with spiritual significance in three major religions, Jerusalem is depicted thoroughly in the Hebrew Bible and illustrated as one of the spaces Tweed defines. The Bible emphasizes that Jerusalem was chosen by God and honored by Israelites, which differentiates it as a special, singular space; the description of Solomon’s Temple shows that the Holy City was interrelated to economic

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    The books of 1-2 Samuel formed from the transition from the era of judges to the era of kings. The book of Judges introduces the long years of Israel’s struggle to maintain control of the Promised Land from the death of Joshua until the rise of the kings. The book of Judges proves that a “Judge” could only partially administer, and a king was needed who could more effectively fulfil the roles and duties. Not only king is capable of fulfilling duties, which is shown during the time of Samuel. Only

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