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  • Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
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    Women in the Victorian era had virtually no rights. Even their bodily ownership became their husband’s at the time of marriage. “The Angel in the House” was a poem by Coventry Patmore, published in 1854. It prese

    Victorian Women Gale Research

    Women in the Victorian era had virtually no rights. Even their bodily ownership became their husband’s at the time of marriage. “The Angel in the House” was a poem by Coventry Patmore, published in 1854. It presented the ideal...

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    Virtually no rights-rights given to husband at time of marriage
    Bodily ownership became husband’s
    “Representations of ideal wives were abundant in Victorian culture, providing women with their role models. The Vic

    Women in the Victorian Era-Main Ideas

    Virtually no rights-rights given to husband at time of marriage Bodily ownership became husband’s “Representations of ideal wives were abundant in Victorian culture, providing women with their role models. The Victorian ideal of the tirelessly patient, sacrificing wife is depicted in...

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    I am applying for the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, and my submission requires an artist’s statement.

    My portfolio showcases my visual investigation of my personal emotional states of being. I use abstract

    Artist's Statement

    I am applying for the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, and my submission requires an artist's statement. My portfolio showcases my visual investigation of my personal emotional states of being. I use abstract imagery and words that correspond to an...

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  • This topic is very important to me, and I have also grown up in and around the arts. Citing your sources was good, and your writing flowed well

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    Paige commented on the post, Trump wins the election

    I totally agree with all of your points, but I will suggest stepping back a little, so that your writing seems less biased. (If you’re writing a formal paper, or you don’t know who will be reading it). I would also suggest citing your sources. Good work

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    It’s nice to see someone who realizes that education is what is needed to change the route of social violence.

  • I think the total removal of guns is not what we need, but universal background checks, psychology checks, and generally just making it harder to simply obtain a gun

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    While the second amendment of the US Constitution protects individual gun ownership, it is not an unlimited right for a free-for-all. Although gun control laws would not prevent criminals from obtaining guns, the

    Gun Violence

    While the second amendment of the US Constitution protects individual gun ownership, it is not an unlimited right for a free-for-all. Although gun control laws would not prevent criminals from obtaining guns, the sheer magnitude of violent deaths caused...

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  • Really impressive. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I agree with Randy about my favorite sentence being “you can’t tell us hands up, and still shoot us.”

  • I’ve never heard this argument, and it’s really interesting. Of course depression is a mental illness. She isn’t saying that it’s not. People are wired differently, and some people simply feel more empathy than

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    The second I turned 18 back in July, everyone around me started asking about college. They were doing that before of course, but it escalated when I became a “grown-up”. I say that “I’ve been looking at art

    Critiquing Art

    The second I turned 18 back in July, everyone around me started asking about college. They were doing that before of course, but it escalated when I became a "grown-up". I say that "I've been looking at art schools....

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