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Shirley Jackson’s short story “The Lottery” – Sample 626 words

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In Shirley Jackson’s short story, “The Lottery”, the main theme is how traditions lose their meaning due to human forgetfulness. This can cause horrible consequences to occur. The story is set in a small town, ‘on the morning of June 27th’. It opens with false innocence, using children, tricking the reader into an unaware state. […]

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Shakespeare’s English – Sample 320 words

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Shakespeare’s English is always known to be the connecting bridge that comes between Old English and Modern English. Hence we find in his language a close affinity with both the trends. A close reading of his renowned tragedy, Hamlet, offers the readers a good variety of language ‘innovations’ that include unusual word arrangements, omissions and […]

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Scripting Marriage, Scripting Freedom – Sample 1390 words

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The epigraph for this chapter, taken from one of Mary Wollstonecraft’s letters, details neatly her unconventional outlook on English culture’s social and political stance concerning the status of marriage both as an idealized social ritual and powerful and persuasive economic/political institution. More specifically, the letter provides an explicit statement in which Wollstonecraft bitterly complains about […]

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Robert Frost’s poem “Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening” – Sample 595 words

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ABSTRACT This paper aims to analyze Robert Frost’s poem “Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening” from the perspective of stylistic analysis. This analysis is made under the Graphlogical, Grammatical, Syntactical and Phonological patterns. I have also found tropes and schemes that are present in the poem. This paper is so helpful to analyze the […]

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Rachel Akhazemea – Sample 2574 words

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In the novel of mice and men John Steinbeck uses the two protagonists Lennie small and George Milton to show morals through-out the novella. Steinbeck uses the main characters to portrait the American dream. I realize Steinbeck vaguely gets us to explore each character feeling by feeling, but in the time of age they’re living […]

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Pursuit of Happyness and the Glass Castle – Sample 2137 words

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Both discussing struggles in life, these two memoirs, Pursuit of Happyness and the Glass Castle showcased the way to embrace life with absolutely no fear. They both provided ideals and showed that nothing is impossible with the use of right and appropriate attitude towards the quest for success. Both are true stories based on life […]

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Pride and Prejudice is considered a classic novel – Sample 610 words

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Throughout high school, students are asked to read classic novels for book reports and essays. Many of them are unsure of what aspects a book must possess in order to be considered a true classic. Mostly, the majority of students are reluctant about reading these classic novels because they assume the novels will be lackluster […]

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Poquelin Moliere & Jean Racine – Sample 1241 words

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The French literature attained pre-eminence during the reign of King Louis in the 17th century. This period is known as the golden Age of literature in France. France saw its greatest dramatists during this period. This period is also known as the triumph of classicism. During this period the conflict between two literary inclinations, creative […]

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Poetic Language – Sample 2700 words

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There is no denying that when an author writes a text there is more meaning in it than just the obvious plot, authors constantly litter their texts with themes, double entendre, metaphor etc. all of which can be easily missed by the reader. If one reader was to miss many of these techniques but another […]

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Poems: Poetry and Film Karate Kid – Sample 2628 words

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Good morning teachers and students, our understanding of Hamlet takes many turns and the most important of these is in act 3 scene II. As a pivotal scene in William Shakespeare’s play, audiences gain an understanding of the characters and their actions leading up to this point. Many of the themes in the play come […]

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