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Essay heading: Abused Girl gets a Chance at a New Life
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Date added: November 9, 1998
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This is the Tablet Rasa View believed by 17th century philosopher, John Locke. This view applies to Sheila very accurately. Sheila had nearly no care in her home. She lived in a tenement with her alcoholic father. Her mother had abandoned her on the side of the highway, and left her alone to die. Sheila came to school everyday in dirty, stinking clothes that were the wrong size for her...
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Her mother had abandoned her on the side of the highway, and left her alone to die. Sheila came to school everyday in dirty, stinking clothes that were the wrong size for her. She looked as if she hadn't bathed in months. Her hair was matted. She smelled horribly. She was severely malnourished. At 6 years old, Sheila was the size of an average 3 year old...
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