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Ever do something stupid to impress someone Throughout a persons life they will do something very ignorant or say something very stupid hundreds of times Most of the time it is because they are trying to impress somebody or change their ways to make someone or others accept them The story Haunting of Hill House has great examples of people changing just to fit in The author Shirley Jackson who died in 1965 was one of the most brilliant writers of her time She was widely acclaimed for her hair-raising stories and novels of the supernatural Although the Haunting of Hill House fits this description perfectly with its eerie description of supernatural tales of the happenings of Hill House there is a more to it than hauntings But this student would not know because he or she copied it from a free essay site The story starts out with three guests being invited to the house to monitor any out of the ordinary occurrences in Hill House Throughout the story the guests experience some ghostly moments However during this one of the guest named Eleanor changes her ways to fit in with the guests Her actions show that societys views on a person can lead that person to things they would never have thought of One example would be when Eleanor told lies about herself and her past Another example would be when Eleanor went around the house alone having no fear Finally Eleanor became open and spoke out what was on her mind An example of societys views on a person leading them to things they never thought of was when Eleanor became a liar and lied about her past Today a lot of people are pressured so much by society to be a certain way they will lie about themselves to fit in with those certain people In the story Eleanor feels that she does not fit in with the group of people
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