Lizzie Borden Her School And Later Life Summary

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One’s emotions are not drastically stricken or changed when a stranger speaks well of another stranger, specially not when a bad impression has already been formed. The writer of the article “Lizzie Borden: Her School and Later Life – A Noble Women, Though Retiring”, published in the Boston Herald, attempts to do just that. Lizzie Borden was being accused of murder and the writer sought to prove, through an extensive analysis of her appearance, that Lizzie could not be guilty. The articles focus on outward appearance does not solidify Lizzie Bordens goodness because of the limited amount of knowledge and faulty logic used by the writer. When trying to persuade an individual of the goodness in someone else, one of two things, if not both,

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