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The words “sex” and “sexual” are used on 18 pages throughout the book, and “rape” is used on four (as indicated in the Index); however, there are also other descriptions of both sex and sexual violence in the novel.Karen Green and Clara English—two of the more developed characters—both either state or imply that they have been victims of rape in the past.The suit contends that Nguyen used his position in the church to establish good will in the Vietnamese community, allowing him to gain the trust of women and advance his business interests.“He portrays his work as the charitable work of the Catholic Church, but is motivated by money, power, and sex,” the suit alleges.The jurors did not document proof of the allegations and the report did not detail any investigation by the panel.After she was appointed to lead Orange County’s troubled Sheriff’s Department in 2008, Sandra Hutchens vowed to be a “change agent” and clean house. Carona, had been indicted on federal corruption charges, and the agency was tainted by cronyism, sex scandals and allegations...Several other characters have sexually violent histories assigned to them by Johnny Truant after he undergoes the transition from toying with sex—going to far as to flirt with his stripper love interest by “sticking exclusively to the subject of sex”—to viewing sex as a conduit to “desire and pain” (Danielewski 105, 265).Maryland State Police spokesperson Greg Shipley recounts the events of a shootout involving a state trooper in the parking lot of a Denny's in the 400-block of Punkin Court in Salisbury around 2 a.m. He was sentenced to serve 106 years in Delaware in connection with a drive-by shooting. Wise, Jr., 26, of Pocomoke, has been charged with first-degree murder, second-degree murder, reckless endangerment, first-degree assault, second-degree assault and handgun violations, state police said Friday.
Danielewski’s debut novel House of Leaves is known most notedly for its self-aware structure, nesting doll style of narration, satirical nature, and, of course, its sheer creepiness.Meningococcal disease is caused by a bacteria that is transmitted from person-to-person through respiratory droplets (like saliva or spit) during face-to-face or prolonged contact, or by sharing utensils, drinks, or cigarettes.Orange County Health Care Agency recommends that all gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men get vaccinated for meningococcal disease.The inclusion of rape, incest, molestation, and sexual assault in the plot, dialogue, and character histories influences the meaning of the characters, the house on Ash Tree Lane, and even the emotions of the characters—most notedly the characters’ feelings of something uncanny.Uncanny is defined in the novel as a sense of “not-being-at-home” (page 25) so readers can—and should—connect the uncanny nature of the house to how some unexplainable thing might feel wrong for a long time after being a victim of sexual violence, especially when the event is repressed.