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    Poetic Justice

    Poetic Justice is written by Diana Appleyard, and it is a short story, and was published in Days of Wine and Roses, Black Swan, London 2004. The story is about a woman who finds her ex-boyfriend, Jed Cunningham on the Friends Unite website. Then she tells us ''in her mind'' about their relationship in high school, how much she loved him, about Jed himself and about their break-up. She tells us how her life is boring, that her ''energy is gone'' after the break up, and how she had been depressed

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    worse when she became a public figure for being on the Federal Bureau of Investigation "most wanted Oats 2 criminals" list. On August 7, 1970 Davis was tied to a murder of four individuals who had been gunned down in a Marin County Hall of Justice Courtroom. The guns used in the crime were registered in Davis’s name. According to Davis became only the third woman in history to appear on the FBI's “Top Ten Most Wanted List”. Davis went into hiding for two months but then was arrested and charged

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    protect lives. Work Cited Stout, B. (2011). Professional Ethics and Academic Integrity in Police Education. Policing: A Journal Of Policy & Practice, 5(4), 300-309. Davis, M. (1991). Do cops really need a code of ethics?. Criminal Justice Ethics, 10(2), 14 http://www.atlantaga.gov/index.aspx?page=552

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    The story are wrote by Diana Appleyard The story ” Poetic Justice” is a story about a mother whose selfesteem is at its lowest and she has no confidence in her self. The mother is sitting at her computer looking at her chat side, when she sees the name of her old boyfriend Jed Cunningham. Jed was the cool kid who didn’t care about school and rouls, he was going to be a poet and move to Ireland. Jed didn’t realize that the fact that he didn’t care about anything would be the reason why he later

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    which you analyse and interpret the short story Poetic Justice. Your essay must include the following points: • A characterization of Jed Cunningham • The narrator’s image of herself • The significance of their youthful relationship • Comment on the language and the point of view • The theme(s) • The title Text: Poetic Justice, a short story by Diana Appleyard, published in Days of Wine and Roses, Black Swan, London 2004. Poetic Justice Emil Lindgaard Nielsen The short story pivots

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    Essay on Diana Appleyard, “Poetic justice” 2004 Do you know the feeling of being stock in the past? You just can’t let go of the strong emotions and the dream you were in at the time. All these feelings are made by one person, who you thought was the one. It is like you lived alone whit the one and wake up alone. In the loneliness the only thing that existed were you and he/she, and nothing else. Until the day, where the bubble broke. And the one left you behind. Maybe he/she wanted something

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