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I need to know about Queen Elizabeth 1
or Napoleon Bonaparte

Resolution

Climax

Complication

Complication


Conflict

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    Go to www.google.com and look up each person. Be sure to read the articles in the Wikipedia links for each. Also, be sure to check out the references and links at the bottom of each Wiki page.

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