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    Shekar Kapur did an outstanding job bringing the history of Elizabeth, one of England’s greatest monarchs, to the screen in a modern way. Yet to understand Elizabeth’s rise to power, one must understand the reign of her family. Her father, Henry VIII, at the time a Catholic, was famous not only for his reign but also for marrying six wives. While married to his first wife, Catherine, only one of their seven children survived, Mary Tudor. Wanting to produce a male heir and for the sake of convenience

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    The movie starts off showing Elizabeth Swann (Kiera Knightley) when she was a young girl on her Father’s Commodore James Norrington (Jack Davenport) Ship and first meet William Turner (Orlando Bloom). Elizabeth Swan (Knightly) sees a pirate necklace around William Turners (Bloom) neck and she takes when he is unconscious. During the next scene, it shows Elizabeth Swan (Knightly) and William Turner (Bloom) around ten years into the future where Elizabeth Swan (Knightly) still has the necklace and

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    this was George VI and Queen Elizabeth with the two princesses Elizabeth and Margaret. It was taken by someone my great grandmother knew, who was employed at the palace. Apparently those two little princesses were always into mischief; they were into everything. As with most siblings they used to fight all the time but if anyone tried to come between them, they’d stick together like glue. The younger sister was forever getting into scrapes that her elder sister, Elizabeth, had to try to get her out

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    January, 2016 ENG-2323 Moreland Final Draft of Elizabeth Character traits essay Pride and Prejudice contains a variety of characters with personalities very distinct from each other. Many of the character’s personalities either clash or fit perfectly with one another. These differences in personalities are due to diverse characteristics in each character. Elizabeth Bennet has one of these personalities that both attracts and repels certain characters. Elizabeth Bennet is the protagonist of the novel who

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    Elizabeth Bennet is shown to be a very outspoken character throughout Pride and Prejudice. This trait of hers naturally leads her to unapologetically challenge the values of Regency England in chapters 34 and 56 of the novel. Elizabeth challenges the views on marriage and status at the time of the Regency era by acting completely against them and this rebellion is conveyed through various language techniques. Elizabeth’s most significant point of resisting the beliefs of Regency England happens when

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    The protagonist of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet, shares her personal thoughts, feelings, and impressions with her elder sister Jane Bennet. Through confiding in Jane, Elizabeth shares more. She allows Jane to share her pleasure and distress. As Elizabeth’s confidante, Jane influences the plot, theme, and message that Jane Austen conveys in the novel. Jane is a natural confidante for Elizabeth. She is a relative and therefore more inclined to be understanding of Elizabeth’s

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    England in the early 19th century. Elizabeth Bennet is the 2nd out of 5 daughters. Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy was a 28 year old that is handsome, tall, and wealthy. Austen wants to show a love story that people really didn’t care for each, but then they fall in love with each other. Through the changes in Elizabeth and Darcy, Austen shows her message of nature vs. reasoning through the characters, how they went from not liking each other to loving each other. Elizabeth Bennet is the most intelligent and

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    This primary source, is a historical text, a transcription of a speech by Elizabeth I, Queen of England. In fact, there are at least two main versions of this important speech. To understand the importance of the speech we must remember that at that time England and Spain had intermittent conflicts. At this period Spain, was ruled by Philip II and England was ruled by Elizabeth I. The relations between Elizabeth I and Philip II had always been tough, with a lot of disagreements: political, economic

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    People lie constantly so they can get what they want. As Mr. Cheever enters the Proctor house to prove that they have a poppet with a needle in its back. Elizabeth Proctor is under arrest due to the proof that Mr. Cheever found. Hale is informed that “Abigail were stabbed” and “[there were] a needle stuck into her belly” (Miller 76). Abigail is using the needle in the and the poppet to Goody Proctor so she can be hurtful, vengeful to Goody Proctor. She is so jealous that John Proctor is choosing

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    Elizabeth Proctor “He have his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him now!” Elizabeth Proctor said this at the end of The Crucible when her husband John Proctor goes to hang. Elizabeth a very honest and loving mother of three boys, and wife to John Proctor. She was also a very religious person that would never lie. The personality of Elizabeth Proctor is very similar to mine because we both portray the traits of being quiet, caring, and a pushover. Elizabeth Proctor and myself both associate

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