Eric Edgar Cooke

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  • Jasper Jones Moral Speech Essay

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    these issues, historical references are used throughout to remind us of the characters' significance to multicultural Australia. In chapter three, Charlie is found in the library reading about past crimes and interviews with murderers such as Eric Edgar Cooke. He feels empathy towards the victims, and anger towards the people who let the torture go on, never speaking up. This is what has been going on in Corrigan, and these historical references help us to feel the same emotions as Charlie does, as

  • Essay on Broken Lives

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    Anderson in a hit and run, John Button or Eric Edgar Cooke, and the effect of Cooke’s crimes and murders had on people. John Button was a loving, caring, active and an innocent man. John’s relationship with girlfriend Rosemary Anderson was strong. They planed to get married and Rosemary’s family accepted John for

  • Blanche Dubois Analysis

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    Perhaps it is more difficult to withstand the doubt within oneself. Robert Drewe writes his memoir, linking the crimes of the serial killer Eric Cooke to his own story. The memories of his youth are infused with the guilt that he feels for having been instrumental in his mother’s death. Is he a murderer he asks himself, and the doctor who is far from reassuring. His failure to abide by the teachings

  • Jasper Jones Study Guide

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    Jasper Jones Reading Guide S.A. Jones v2 April 2010 http://www.sajones.com.au Synopsis .................................................................................................................................................. 3 About the Author .................................................................................................................................... 3 Edition Used ...............................................................................................

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