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Jessica Parnell ENW 11: Composition The Garden of Martyrs December 12, 2006 Critical Analysis Fear none of those things which thou shalt suffer: behold, the devil shalt cast some  of you into prison, that ye may be tried; and ye shall have tribulation  ten days: be thou  faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life. -Revelation 2:1  Stated in The Garden of Martyrs  a novel by Michael C. White, presents the primary  mind-set of Irish people pertaining to anti-Irish attitude that was carried by most other  America citizens during the early 1800s.  During this period of time, immigrants in the  United States, especially New England, faced many challenges.  Some of the most  troubling conflicts were that of the social, cultural and religious nature. The saying “we are we and they are they” is a mind set that is portrayed by the  American people towards immigrants throughout history and is still present in culture  today.  During the 1800s Irish people began to immigrate to the United States due to the  economic state in Ireland.  The came with high hopes and brought their strong work ethic 
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