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  • Chapter 1:

    1. The setting of this novel is in Boston which is in the colony of Philadelphia

    2. The opening chapter takes place in Boston, a large densely populated city.

    3. The colony set aside land for a cemetery and a prison before anything else.

    4. She was involved in the Salem Witch Trials, and Hawthorne is not very positive about her.

  • Cerberus is the three-headed dog that guards the entrance of Hades and prevents the people who have crossed the River of Styx from escaping. Each of the heads are said to only like eating live meat and that?s why it allows dead spirits to enter, but not leave the underworld.

  • Cerberus is the three-headed dog that guards the entrance of Hades and prevents the people who have crossed the River of Styx from escaping. Each of the heads are said to only like eating live meat and that?s why it allows dead spirits to enter, but not leave the underworld.

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    Language Awareness
    APA
    Newman, P. B. & Genevieve B. B. (2005). Selection, Slanting, and Charged Language. New York, Boston
    MLA
    Birk, Newman, and Genevieve Birk. Selection, Slanting, and Charged Language. Boston: 2005. Print.
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