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    The minister gave out his text and droned along monotonously through an argument that was so prosy that many a head by and by began to nod--and yet it was an argument that dealt in limitless fire and brimstone and thinned the predestined elect down to a company so small as .
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    On Sunday morning, Tom struggles to learn his Sunday school lesson with the help of his cousin Mary, who offers him a present if he can learn the lesson. Tom applies himself and soon has it mastered. On the way to church, Tom swaps items (his wealth from whitewashing) for tickets indicating how many verses in the Bible he has memorized.
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    insanity, desire for power. Piggy. weak, knowledge. Simon. spirituality, "Christ Figure" Roger. brutality, bloodlust. Sam and Eric. civilized and socialism. Ralph. order, leadership. Part II. Identify the item and what they symbolize. Conch. rule of law. island. garden of Eden. piggy's glasses The scene where Jack and his hunters kill the.
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    6. What does the juice from the “love-in-idleness” flower do to a person? How did the flower get this power? 7. This part of the play reminds one of the famous saying, “Love is blind.” Describe a person from your real-life experience or a character from a story/film (other than this one) who was unable to see the flaws of the person.
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    This 14 lined sonnet features an alternating rhyme scheme. Every other line rhymes with one another. For example, lines 1 and 3 rhyme (“part” and “heart”) while lines 2 and 4 also rhyme.
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    The following passage from Shakespeare’s Henry V is an example of blank verse (unrhymed iambic pentameter) Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more; Or close the wall up with our English dead. In peace there's nothing so becomes a man As modest stillness and humility: But when the blast of war blows in our ears, Then imitate the action of the tiger; Stiffen the sinews, summon up.
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    The bird had suffered, and the Hmong believed that the spirit of the bird had caused the harelip in his child. To refuse to accept that punishment would be a grave insult. There were other bad outcomes, but there were also some good outcomes. For example, a Hmong man was hospitalized for an infection.
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