Estelle Asmodelle

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  • Rape Fantasies Analysis

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    In Margaret Atwood’s Rape Fantasies, the narrator Estelle describes her “rape fantasies” in which is never assaulted. Initiated by a conversation with her coworkers about their controversial daydreams, Estelle recounts her own reoccurring visions, though hers differ from those discussed between the women. Throughout the piece, Atwood utilizes stream of conscious writing to show her narrator’s jumbled thoughts as she describes her “fantasies.” Atwood’s short story depicts a narrator inexperienced

  • Betty White Research Paper

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    Betty White Betty White has had an outstanding career of acting and entertainment throughout her lifetime. Betty White is a seven time Emmy awards winner and the recipient of the Grammy Awards. In order to become successful, she had to start out somewhere. Betty White was born in Oak Park, Illinois to Christine Tess, a homemaker, and Horace Logan White, a lighting company executive (Britannica Enc.,para.1). She is part of the Danish, Greek, English and Welsh descent. Betty White moved to Los Angeles

  • Essay on Broken Lives

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    Broken Lives written by Estelle Blackburn is an expository text, which through research has presented that nineteen year old John Button was wrongfully convicted of killing his seventeen year old girlfriend Rosemary Anderson in a hit and run. I believe through my reading of Broken Lives that the key factor of expository texts is to explore awkward questions deeply and critically. In this case who was guilty of killing Rosemary Anderson in a hit and run, John Button or Eric Edgar Cooke, and the effect