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What is The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo about?

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What is The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo about?

Tattoos:

A tattoo is a symbol inserted on a surface in ink or some sort of pigment. On humans, the tattoo is usually symbolic or at times simply art or decorative. Symbolic tattoos can carry powerful meanings as in prison and military markings and be emblematic of the person's experiences. It can also be a form of branding as in the ownership of livestock or people.

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is about young Lizbeth Salander and magazine publisher Mikael Blomkvist, as their paths cross when Salander is...

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The Rose Tattoo by Tennessee Williams: Summary & Characters

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Chapter 20 / Lesson 11
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Tennessee Williams' award-winning play 'The Rose Tattoo' explores the dynamic relationships in a Sicilian neighborhood in Louisiana. Explore a summary of the play, which won a Tony award in 1951, and the characters as they interact through each of the three acts.


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