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Go to the Bureau of Justice Statistics website. Find a topic that interests you and pull down the data for it.

Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper explaining the data and the results. Pay particular attention to the statistical significance as reported and what made the data significant with respect to objective 3.1.

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epeating the chronology of it. As a result, the Bible is brought into the contemporary world, making it relevant to a modern reader. An example of this is at the end of chapter one; Jeanette is forced to start school, leaving the comfortable environment of being home-schooled and her family. The destruction of her secluded bubble can be viewed as her ‘Great Flood’ which also occurs in the first chapter of the Bible. Furthermore, the following chapter ‘Exodus’ (meaning exit) documents Jeanette going to school for the first time. It is in this chapter where her religious world and the secular world meet for the first time. This not only results in her two worlds mixing together but it also creates a fusion of genres. Jacques Derrida theorises that ‘every text participates in one or several genres, there is no genreless text’ (1980, p.212). This theory can be examined alongside intertextuality and can be applied to Oranges. The novel encompasses the classic aspects of a coming of age story but, as aforementioned, is syntactically very similar to the Bible and includes parallel elements and themes; hence conforming to Derrida’s theory. Another element of The Hours which incorporates aspects of Mrs Dalloway is the intertextual use of characters. In T.S. Eliot’s essay ‘Tradition and the Individual Talent’, he suggests that creation and inspiration derive from the shared wisdom of past authors (1919). This theory can be explored in regard to The Hours and Mrs Dalloway when examining the character crossovers. Many of the characters share the same names but have a substituted or altered part to play. For example, Clarissa Vaughn shares a number of similarities with the character Mrs Dalloway; Clarissa is even gifted the nickname ‘Mrs Dalloway‘ by her friend Richard Brown. They each question whether or not they have chosen the right path in life and there is an indication that they both feel a level of regret in regards to their life choices. However, in reference to Eliot’s theory, Cunningham has drawn inspiration from Woolf and creates the character of Sally. In Mrs Dalloway, Sally kisses Clarissa which is described as ‘the most exquisite moment of her whole life’ (1925, p.35). Despite treasuring the kiss, Clarissa is never able to act on her feelings leaving her with a sense of unfulfillment. However, in The Hours Sally is Clarissa Vaughn’s partner offering a parallel universe in which Mrs Dalloway and Sally are in a relationship. Additionally, with the ad>

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