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Olivia In Elie Wiesel's Twelfth Night

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In a depressing room sat a father, Mauricio, and a daughter, Olivia, alongside each other. In front of them were a pencil, math homework, and a candle lamp. At half after six o’clock, father and daughter endeavor with math problems. Olivia always struggles with her homework. She attempts to concentrate. A tense atmosphere lingers between Mauricio and Olivia; therefore, Olivia’s heart beats rapidly. She fears her father. She fears the punishments when she simply cannot understand her homework. Olivia tensely grasps her no. 2 pencil; her hands began to perspire. Olivia gazes at her math problems; however, all she sees is a blank page. Her father intimidates her to comprehend her homework. Quick to anger, Mauricio becomes impatient with his daughter. Drastically, Mauricio harshly knocks Olivia on her …show more content…
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