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By Anthony Trollope

Son of a bankrupt landowner, Frank Gresham is cause on marrying his liked Mary Thorne, regardless of her illegitimacy and obvious poverty. Frank's bold mom and haughty aunt are set opposed to the fit, notwithstanding, and push him to save lots of the family's mortgaged property via creating a solid marriage to a filthy rich heiress. merely Mary's loving uncle, Dr Thorne, is aware the key of her start and the fortune she is to inherit that would make her socially applicable within the eyes of Frank's kinfolk - however the high-principled medical professional believes she could be approved on her personal phrases. A telling exam of the connection among society, cash and morality, "Dr Thorne" (1858) is enduringly well known for Trollope's affectionate depiction of rural English lifestyles and his deceptively uncomplicated portrayal of human nature.

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To persuade the public and policy-makers that a problem is vastly larger than commonly recognized. Finally, the vast discrepancy between Ms. study figures and the number of students who generally seek rape counselling or report incidents of rape to authorities on college campuses is accounted for by the assertion that most college women who are sexually violated by an acquaintance do not recognize themselves as victims of rape. ” Findings from the Bureau of Justice Statistics suggest that the crime of being raped by an acquaintance may not be all that difficult to comprehend; in recent years 33 to 45 percent of the women who said they were raped identified their assailant as an acquaintance.

Meg Nugent, who was raped by an acquaintance in AI Date Rape INT 38 4/25/03 1:03 PM Page 38 At Issue 1976, says that she may not have identified what happened to her as rape then, but it was still a “terrifying experience,” and it was still rape. ” The discussion of acquaintance rape in Robin Warshaw’s I Never Called It Rape was the outside confirmation that allowed her to identify the incident as really rape. The term acquaintance rape made it directly possible for her to name, understand, and communicate about her rape experience for what it was.

He argues, “In all cases where a woman is said to have asked for it, her appearance and behavior are taken as a form of speech . . the woman’s actions . . ” An example of this form of erasure appears in a 1991 Time article. ” the writer describes a rape case that was dropped due to lack of evidence because, as the victim said, “Who’s gonna believe me? I had a man in my hotel room after midnight,” despite her attacker’s admission that he heard her say no. This is an obvious case of ignoring (erasing) the woman’s voice in favor of irrelevant nonverbal cues.

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