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Title: Never judge a book by its cover

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Subject: English
Author: Nana M
Date: December 21, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
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Both of these literary elements help us to see that you should never evaluate things by the externals. The setting is the time, place and environment in which a story takes place. Buffy the Vampire Slayer takes place in the present in Sunnydale, a small town in California. Sunnydale appears to be a typical American town...

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Sunnydale appears to be a typical American town. It is peaceful, sunny and clean. The people who live there are welcoming. However, we learn that Sunnydale is located on a hellmouth. At night, vampires and other demons kill the people who live there. Therefore, we can see from the setting of Buffy the Vampire Slayer that we should never evaluate things by their externals...

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