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Night and Cry, the Beloved Country: A Comparison of Social Breakdown and Racial Injustice

2 pages | 470 words

The novel Night, by Elie Wiesel, portrays the social breakdown and racial injustice in the society, while Paton's Cry, the Beloved Country, is a modern classic that bears protest. The novels have different settings: Night is set in the Nazi concentration camps, while Cry, the Beloved Country is set in the townships of Johannesburg during the Apartheid regime. Both novels highlight the struggles of black people against white people.

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The Rhetorical Analysis of the Article on Woman Terrorism

4 pages | 840 words

The author argues that woman terrorism is a real problem that needs to be addressed by legislative bodies. He/she uses different facts and statistics to support his/her arguments and appeals to empathy while talking about women terrorists - "black widows".

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