"How Soon Hath Time By John Milton" Essays and Research Papers

  • How Soon Hath Time By John Milton

    Close Reading of “How Soon Hath Time” Milton’s sonnet “How Soon Hath Time” is a Petrarchian style poem written in iambic pentameter. It has a rhyme scheme of a, b, b, a, a, b, b, a, c, d, e, d, c, e. Each four line stanza makes up one complete sentence. This structure is ideally suitable to the iambic pentameter style of the sonnet. Structuring the four line stanzas this way also constructs a cohesive thought. After the first and second four line stanzas there is major punctuation in the...

    Iambic pentameter, Meter, Poetic form 840  Words | 3  Pages

  • john milton

    cayla ***** December 2, 2013 John Milton essay John Milton (1608 - 1674) was an English Poet with controversial opinions. He became blind in 1651, which in no way affected his writings and in his sonnet, "When I consider how my light is spent", and “How Soon Hath Time”, the poet refers to his blindness and the use of time. From the death of his infant son, to the death of his wife, down to Milton becoming blind, surprisingly, he had yet to let these obstacles stop him from being the amazing...

    Blindness, Epic poetry, Greek mythology 1085  Words | 3  Pages

  • How Soon Hath Time

    HOW SOON HATH TIME- JOHN MILTON HOW SOON HATH TIME is a Petrarchan sonnet written by John Milton the famous English poet. It is a sonnet written on the 9th of December 1631.Typical of the Petrarchan sonnet, there is a tonal change as well as a change in the mood and emotions of the poet. The poem has an autobiographical touch. In the Octave, the poet laments the passage of 23 years of his life, especially the 23rd year. The sonnet begins with a tone of frustration and desperation. He suffers from...

    2000 albums, Blessing, John Milton 629  Words | 2  Pages

  • John Milton

     JOHN MILTONMilton! thou shouldst be living at this hour; England hath need of thee” are the words of William Wordsworth in his poem “London, 1802” (Wordsworth). Wordsworth believed England was falling apart and needed John Milton. John Milton was a seventeenth-century author, poet, critic, Bible scholar, and political leader. John Milton is famous for his many creative books and poems about what he believes and defends. John Milton's works were influenced by the knowledge he obtained, the...

    Bible, England, Epic poetry 1619  Words | 5  Pages

  • Milton John

     John Milton “Paradise Lost” analysis John Milton - one of the greatest poets of England, the largest writer and leader of the Great British revolution. Everything written by Milton in half a century, the undeniable skill, pales next to his masterpiece - the poem "Paradise Lost." As a student, poet, decided to create an epic piece that would be glorified England and its literature. The poet reflects on the reason of disobedience of the first four people who violated...

    Adam and Eve, Archangel, Epic poetry 2432  Words | 6  Pages

  • John MIlton Writing Style

    Pathos, Logos, and Ethos Areopagitica and Of Education, written by English poet John Milton in 1664, is a prose, non-fictional book concerning the protest of people in England regarding the licensing policy. During the English Civil War Era, the period where this book was written, the British Parliament established the licensing and censorship policy to prevent any corruption of the minds to the people of England. Milton, on the contrary, disagrees with these policies addressing them as a form of violation...

    Areopagitica, England, Freedom of speech 1834  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Bane of Life and Beauty: Time

    Bane of Life and Beauty: Time "For every man, Time is an emptying reservoir; to fret over how much you have left only wastes it." - Lee Connolly. In every person's mind, a clock is running. A pendulum is constantly swinging and ticking into the future, into the unknown. Every person must, at sometime, recognize Time as a measurement of their own life and not something that can be ignored and forgotten about. As long as there have been life there has been death, and Time is simply a tool in which...

    Andrew Marvell, England, English poets 1190  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Critique on Lycidas Written by John Milton

    Lycidas is a popular, well-known poem, which was written in the early 1630s by John Milton. The poem is written in the style of pastoral elegy and is dedicated to Edward King a friend of John Milton who drowned out at sea. About 100 years after the poem had already been well known, Samuel Johnson responded forcefully by writing a critique that has also become well renowned. Samuel Johnson, who wrote the English Dictionary, questions the worth of Lycidas. According to Johnson, poetry is an art form...

    1638 in poetry, Edward King, Elegy 1206  Words | 3  Pages

  • Life of John Milton

    Milton continued to write poetry during this period of study: his Arcades and Comus were both commissioned for masques composed for noble patrons, connections of the Egerton family, and performed in 1632 and 1634 respectively. Comus argues for the virtuousness of temperance and chastity. He contributed his pastoral elegy Lycidas to a memorial collection for one of his Cambridge classmates. Drafts of these poems are preserved in Milton’s poetry notebook, known as the Trinity Manuscript because it...

    Adam and Eve, Epic poetry, Garden of Eden 2221  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Political and Religious Context of Paradise Lost John Milton - Paradise Lost

    Poet and political activist John Milton after a period of radical political revolution, religious turmoil, and his near execution; published the twelve book edition of Paradise Lost, a poem describing the biblical text of Genesis filled with hidden political meaning. Paradise Lost enraged those who supported the restoration of Charles II, was praised by seekers of religious toleration, and attacked by the Anglican Church. Critics denounced Paradise Lost for its construction, subject, and political...

    Charles I of England, Charles II of England, England 1469  Words | 5  Pages

  • Paradise Lost by John Milton: An Analysis

    by John Milton. My aim is to do an essay to analyze Paradise Lost by the English poet John Milton. I want to concentrate in the three important new concepts which appear, for the first time, in the 17th century which are reflected in Milton’s Paradise Lost: man, nature, and experience. The 17 th century was a time when a great many issues that had arisen since the Reformation came to ahead: religion, politics, power and freedom were questioned as never before. John Milton...

    Blank verse, England, Epic poetry 1307  Words | 6  Pages

  • John Milton (1608-1674)- Paradise Lost

    the 17th-century English poet John Milton. It was first published in 1667 (but written almost ten years earlier) in ten books, with a total of over ten thousand individual lines of verse. A second edition followed in 1674, re-divided into twelve books with minor revisions throughout it and a note; the majority of the poem was written while Milton was blind, and was recorded for him by another person (Bloom, 3). Paradise Lost is one of the greatest epic poems of all time, it is not just concerned with...

    Adam and Eve, Epic poetry, Fallen angel 874  Words | 3  Pages

  • On His Blindness by: John Milton (1655)

    written to capture the reader’s attention and at the same time requires the reader to explore the poet’s imaginations. Basically, “poetry is an expression of the human spirit” (Clugston, 2011). As a result, the poem “On His Blindness” by John Milton (1655) has been selected as the choice for this paper. The three elements to be discussed will include: form, the tone of the poem, and the contents of the poem. Additionally, an assessment of how these elements affected my response. Although there are...

    Iambic pentameter, Lyric poetry, Meter 1117  Words | 3  Pages

  • Analysis And Comparison Of 2 Sonnets

    Analysis And Comparison Of Two Sonnets How Soon Hath Time, by John Milton, and Mutability, by William Wordsworth are two excellent examples of a well-written sonnet. They have their similarities between one another, and also their differences. In the end, however, each is a quality piece of literature. How Soon Hath Time has a rhyme scheme of "a, b, b, a, a, b, b, a, c, d, e, d, c, e'. Therefore, this is a Petrarchan sonnet. The syntax of this sonnet is very regular. There are major punctuation...

    Iambic pentameter, Meter, Poetic form 797  Words | 3  Pages

  • John Milton: Chastity Overpowering Sexuality

    untouched by sexual acts and the soul has remained untainted by sexual urges; both remain unmarked by acts of foreign mind and touch. Virginity is the prominent theme of Milton’s short playA Masque Presented at Ludlow Castle [Comus]. In mentioned play, Milton confines sexuality to exist only with accordance to the sanctity of a woman’s chastity. He uses mythological allusions to support the sacredness of chastity and utilizes the character of Comus as a symbol of the malevolent factors at work tempting...

    Comus, Human sexuality, John Milton 1507  Words | 4  Pages

  • How to Die Soon

    Name: Thearakvong SO (Peter) PRC101B How to die soon All people in the world tend to live longer now. Their living standard is improving gradually. The scientists try to facilitate and save people’s life by discovering new technology of healing people’s disease. People nowadays cannot die easily. According to the United Nation’s report, Central African Republic has the shortest life expectancy with 45.91 years while Japan has the longest life expectancy with 82.73 years. The world average...

    Death, Eating, Gerontology 817  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Poetical Works of John Milton

    saw that it was good, and blessed them, saying,  Be fruitful, multiply, and in the seas  And lakes and running streams the waters fill;  And let the fowl be multiplied on the earth.'' John Milton (1608-1674), British poet. Paradise Lost (l. Bk. VII, l. 387-398). FM. The Complete Poetry of John Milton. John T. Shawcross, ed. (1963, rev. ed. 1971) Doubleda 'Hail wedded love, mysterious law, true source  Of human offspring, sole propriety,  In paradise of all things common else.  By thee adulterous...

    England, Epic poetry, Homer 8300  Words | 29  Pages

  • Heaven: Poetry and Milton

    makes it so beautiful. Sonnets are usually about love. Their tone sound very nice, easy to read and they can be sung. Sonnets are taken as a challenge for many poets because freeverse is easy and linear. “When I Consider How My Light Is Spent” is a Sonnet written by John Milton. “Nothing in Heaven Functions as it Ought” is a poem by X. J. Kennedy. Even though these Sonnets are similar in structure they have a very different in tone. These poems may not appear to be about love or to be romantic, but...

    Bede, Conceptions of God, God 1494  Words | 4  Pages

  • Milton the Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce

    Discipline of Divorce by John Milton led to a great stir in society during his time. Milton used his ideas and made many different Biblical names, even Christ, sound like they agreed with him. In his prose, he took words from the Bible and changed the meaning to make the Bible sound as if it preached the same idea he tried to convey. The prose argues that the main purpose of marriage is not to procreate, but to share a deeper, meaningful relationship with your significant other. Milton wanted to propose...

    Adultery, Alimony, Husband 1268  Words | 4  Pages

  • Milton Hershey

    Milton Hershey was born September 13, 1857, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. As a child, his family moved a lot as his father started several businesses across the United States. In eight years, he attended seven different schools. In 1871, Hershey was apprenticed to a local printer who published a German-English newspaper. The printing business was not a good match for Hershey's given his likes, skills, and passions. Hershey's mother helped him find another apprenticeship. It was with a local confectioner...

    Candy, Chocolate, Confectionery 1104  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Life and Times of John Lennon

    The Life of John Lennon (We All Want To Change the World) Report on a Manuscript by John Wyse Jackson 1.0 Book Synopsis John Lennon was an English rock musician, singer-songwriter, author, and peace activist. He gained worldwide fame through the many bands he formed to eventually create the Beatles, one of the most successful pop/rock groups of all time. From an early age John was convinced of his genius and expanded his complex mind through song writing, visual art, drugs, booze, meditation...

    Brian Epstein, John Lennon, Julia Lennon 1797  Words | 6  Pages

  • Analysis: When I Consider How My Light Is Spent by John Milton

    “When I consider how my light is spent” Analysis John Milton’s’ poem “When I consider how my light is spent” is a great piece of art that he creates during his blindness. The sarcasm and the word choice in this poem also have a great impact on how he masts feel. Milton also presents us with a key point on how God plays an important part in his point of view and his life. One of the best thing of this poem is the tone and the feelings that where put into it. Looking at John Milton life through one...

    2002 albums, Book of Optics, John Milton 758  Words | 2  Pages

  • John Milton

    John Milton (9 December 1608 – 8 November 1674) also known as ‘The Renaissance poet’ was born in London on December 9, 1608, as a son of the composer John Milton and his wife Sarah Jeffrey into a middle-class family.  The senior John Milton moved to London around 1583 after being disinherited by his devout Catholic father, Richard Milton, for embracing Protestantism. In London, the senior John Milton married Sarah Jeffrey, the poet's mother, and found lasting financial success as a scrivener. Milton's...

    England, Epic poetry, Frankenstein 2646  Words | 8  Pages

  • John Donne

    As one of the most influential poets of his time, John Donne set the bar high for aspiring poets in many decades to come. Donne was born in London, England in 1572 into a devout Roman Catholic family. Donne was born during a time when practicing religion was illegal in England, but his family practiced anyway and avoided attention to be able to do so. Donne’s prominence in the Church of England was likely influenced by his upbringing, which in return highly influenced his poetry. Depictions of British...

    Death, England, Holy Sonnets 830  Words | 3  Pages

  • Unchartered Territory: a Discussion of Originality in the Works of the 17th Century Poets John Donne and John Milton

    Unchartered Territory: A Discussion of Originality in the Works of 17th Century Poets John Donne and John Milton In a century that produced some of the English language’s greatest authors, poets John Donne and John Milton have emerged as two of the most significant. They both possess a deep intelligence and Orthodox Christianity from which flows their poetry of 17th century England. Little else, however, marks their work as similar. Milton’s use of ancient form and method associates him with...

    Holy Sonnets, John Donne 852  Words | 3  Pages

  • John Milton Paradise Lost

    position to his son when Satan felt that he deserved the position more. His rage makes him turn against God and rebel against him with an army of rebel angels that follow Satan. The angels and the rebel angels have a large battle and try multiple times to defeat God’s army but do not succeed. Satan turns his evil onto God’s new creations Adam and Eve and that is where Satan’s path starts. According to the Path of the Hero the hero has to be born from unusual parents. In this case the story...

    Adam and Eve, Devil, Hell 1689  Words | 4  Pages

  • How John Locke Inspired Maria Montessori

    JOHN LOCKE "Every man has a property in his own person. This nobody has a right to, but himself." – John Locke Childhood John Locke was born on August 29, 1632, in Wrington, a village in the English country of Somerset. He was baptized the same day. Soon after his birth, the family moved to the market town of Pensford, about seven miles south of Bristol, where Locke grew up in an old fashioned stone farmhouse . His father was a county lawyer to the Justices of the Peace and his mother...

    Empiricism, John Locke, Maria Montessori 1459  Words | 5  Pages

  • Paradise Lost - John Milton's Satan; Hero or Not?

    Throughout time, John Milton's Paradise Lost has been studied by many people and comprehended in many different fashions, developing all kinds of new interpretations of the great epic. There have been many different interpretations of this great epic. Milton's purpose in writing the epic was to explain the biblical story of Adam and Eve. Although the epic is similar to the Bible story in many ways, Milton's character structure differs from that of the Bible's version. All through out the epic Milton describes...

    Athena, Epic poetry, Fallen angel 1837  Words | 5  Pages

  • Milton Hershey

    Milton Hershey was a man with an admirable amount of determination and a genuine spirit for those he employed. *Hershey has become a household name from the beginning. He has even built an entire town around his business. At the age of 14, only a year after dropping out of school, Milton expressed an interest in candy making and began an apprenticing with a master confectioner in Lancaster, PA. Four years later, Hershey borrowed $150 from his aunt to set up his own candy shop in Philadelphia. For...

    Chocolate, Hershey Entertainment and Resorts Company, Hershey's Chocolate World 985  Words | 3  Pages

  • Spaying and Neutering: How Soon Is Too Soon?

    English 101 29 May 2012 Spaying and Neutering: How Soon is too Soon? Often referred to as “man’s best friend,” dogs have been around for thousands of years. They provide their love and services to their human counterparts, and most often receive love, food, and shelter in return. Responsible dog owners everywhere would agree that neutering your dog is important and something that must be done; but the question is when? Most people neuter their dogs between 5- 7 months, simply because this is...

    AB 1634, Castration, Cat 1246  Words | 4  Pages

  • Our Time John Widemans

    John Edgar Wideman's biography about his brother Robby Our Time can also be seen as a story about accepting responsibility. There were many things throughout the story that could have been blamed for Robby's robbery and murder conviction. One excuse could have been that Robby seemed to be born under a black cloud. He was born on December 29 which seemed a foreshadowing of his whole life for two reasons. First, his birthday, the most important day for a young boy, was associated with tragedy, because...

    Family, Sibling 1031  Words | 3  Pages

  • John Milton, Story of Conflict Between Creative and Tragedy

    John Milton, Story of conflict between creative and tragedy When I consider how my light is spent, ere half my days in this dark world and wide. John Milton, 1652 Any literary work is either read or shown not only for fun or enjoyment, but also for learning, wisdom, truth, and didacticism; not only as an entertainment, but as a thought-provoking work. In this sense, Literature plays a great role in constructing and reforming societies as well to enhance the relations. It is the writer’s creativity...

    Andrew Marvell, England, Epic poetry 2597  Words | 8  Pages

  • Milton

    John Milton From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John Milton (9 December 1608 – 8 November 1674) was an English poet, polemicist, a scholarly man of letters, and a civil servant for the Commonwealth of England under Oliver Cromwell. He wrote at a time of religious flux and political upheaval, and is best known for his epic poem Paradise Lost. Milton's poetry and prose reflect deep personal convictions, a passion for freedom and self-determination, and the urgent issues and political turbulence...

    England, Epic poetry, Homer 11690  Words | 30  Pages

  • How Steinbeck creates sympathy in Of Mice and Men

    Californian novelist John Steinbeck and then published in the late 1930’s. Set in the time of The Great Depression and The nationwide effective Wall Street Crash the book features characters all around who have depressing lives but focusing in on two paradoxical characters that are always juxtaposed to one another. Steinbeck has placed us with two characters that we are able to connect with, being able to sympathise with their dilemmas and problems as the two being long-time companions with a strong...

    Great Depression, John Steinbeck, Novella 1338  Words | 3  Pages

  • John Coltrane

     John Coltrane To the public he is known just as another jazz musician but for those with a more in depth music appreciation he remains one of the most significant saxophonists in jazz history. John “Trane” Coltrane’s impact on the music world was quite considerable. By revolutionizing music with his own techniques Coltrane changed jazz music forever. Coltrane was a American jazz saxophonist, composer, bandleader, and iconic figure of the twentieth century. As a jazz singer and jazz enthusiast...

    Duke Ellington, Free jazz, Jazz 1311  Words | 6  Pages

  • Dear John

    Dear John By: Alisha Wallace ENG225: Introduction to Film (GSK1249D) Instructor: Dwight Paulsen 01/18/2013 Dear John is an endemic and heartbreaking story, which has a fiction story based on nonfiction events. This is a love story written by Nicholas Sparks. This novel was made into a movie and was directed by Lasse Hallstorm.“Dear John” the letter read. And with those two words, a heart was...

    Actor, Amanda Seyfried, Channing Tatum 2528  Words | 7  Pages

  • Comparative Analysis Considering John Milton’s Views of Love and Companionship Within Marriage: Paradise Lost and the Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce.

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    Adam and Eve, England, Garden of Eden 1577  Words | 4  Pages

  • Milton and the Natural World

    Blessed Be the Time: Changes in the Natural World as a Result of the Fall The differences between prelapsarian and postlapsarian life as it pertains to mankind must be stark. The Fall would lose all meaning otherwise, were the consequences of the original sin to be slight. Everything that Adam and Eve had experienced must change so that they could comprehend the vastness of their transgression. This would include everything of a spiritual nature: their relationship with God, the angels...

    Adam, Adam and Eve, Fall of Man 2059  Words | 6  Pages

  • John Carlos

    Reflective Essay: John Carlos/ Dave Zirin Ashley Larson On Wednesday November 2 our coordinated studies class went to see John Carlos and Dave Zirin in building 7. Going in to this I thought that it was going to be boring, I didn’t even know who John Carlos was, but I was wrong. This experience changed my life. John Carlos is an inspiration to me and so many others and I hope that I can see him again soon. Dave Zirin talked a little bit before John Carlos spoke. He introduced Carlos...

    2008 Summer Olympics, Ancient Olympic Games, Avery Brundage 932  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sonnet 16 - John Milton

    by John Milton John Milton is considered to be the most significant English author after William Shakespeare. Although his chief work is “Paradise Lost”, he also wrote other wonderful poems, prose, as well as sonnets, in which he tackles a number of subjects which range from religious to political. Rarely is one piece of writing limited to one or the other of those fields. Among all the sonnets, Sonnet 16 is special because it refers to Milton’s blindness. It was written soon after the...

    Iambic pentameter, John Milton, Jorge Luis Borges 745  Words | 2  Pages

  • Dear John

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    A Dear John Letter, Amanda Seyfried, Channing Tatum 911  Words | 3  Pages

  • Milton Friedman

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  • An essay on saint john/don bosco

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    Bishop, Cardinal, Clergy 771  Words | 5  Pages

  • On His Arrival at the Age of Twenty- Three Poem Analysis

    twenty-three, written by John Milton was created during the puritan period. John Milton was born in cheapside, London, in 1608, he grew up in a wealthy family that gave Milton all the opportunity’s to be well educated and attend Cambridge University one of the most highly decorated schools in Europe and the World. Milton grew up during the puritan age, literature during the puritan age shows the effects of social and religious conflicts, these thoughts effect how Milton wrote poetry and in this...

    2001 albums, Iambic pentameter, Poetic form 1811  Words | 5  Pages

  • John Proctor

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    Confession, Giles Corey, Martha Corey 890  Words | 3  Pages

  • What Hath God Wrought

    Final Essay Prompt Daniel Walker Howe; author of What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815–1848, an American historian who dedicated his works would more directly pinpoint the early historical periods of U.S. history’s intelligence and religious pursuits. Howe sought his time to write such piece of work on the United States history through its intellectual, religious, social, and political standpoints at the time when America’s founders were handing the leadership of the nation...

    Abraham Lincoln, James K. Polk, Mexican Cession 1326  Words | 4  Pages

  • Listen and You Shall Hear: an Analysis of Our Time, a Selection from Brothers and Keepers by John Edgar Wideman

    The past, of course, can never change, but our understanding of the past changes constantly. In “Our TimeJohn Edgar Wideman tells the story of his brother Robby as a product of his own evolved perspective of the past, artfully weaving the voices of his mother and Robby alongside his own, reconstructing their shared histories into one. John struggles with himself throughout the essay -- contemplating his conflicted roles as the writer, examining the difficulty of representing his brother wholly...

    2002 albums, Hearing, Sense 939  Words | 3  Pages

  • John Calvin's Contribution to the Church

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    Anglicanism, Calvinism, Christianity 448  Words | 3  Pages

  • Milton Hershey

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  • John Lennon

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    John Lennon, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, Mark David Chapman 1557  Words | 5  Pages

  • How to Not Waste Time

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    African time, Distraction, Management 561  Words | 3  Pages

  • John Dillinger

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  • John Steinbeck

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  • The Purpose of This Paper Is to Examine, the Religious Imagery Found in John Donne’s Poem an Anatomy of the World: the First Anniversary and How It Reflects the Religious Ideology During the Time of the Poem Was Written.

    The purpose of this paper is to examine, the religious imagery found in John Donne’s poem An Anatomy of the World: the First Anniversary and how it reflects the religious ideology during the time of the poem was written. There are four topics that will be presented, the first topic is the idea of heaven, and John Donne writes the first sentence with heaven in it. In the poem, Donne writes that it would have been better for the sun to die then for Elizabeth Drury. This could possibly be comparing...

    Catholic Church, Christianity, Jesus 1014  Words | 3  Pages

  • John Doe (Case Study2)

     John Doe is an individual that left his country in an effort to make a better life. However, he does not have legal status in America and was recently arrested for shoplifting merchandise, which was valued over $1,000. At the time of his arrest, John voluntarily began to make incriminating statements to the arresting officers. At the police station, detectives conducted an interview of John asking him about the theft. John Doe has had no prior arrests, is 35 years old, and most of John Doe’s...

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