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Shakespeare Merchant of Venice – Sample 317 words

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In Act 2 Scene 9 of The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare, we were presented with the Prince of Aragon and Portia. Now, the second man is trying to attempt to guess the right casket. Unfortunately, along with the Prince of Morocco, Portia doesn’t want to be with this man either. Portia goes through […]

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Seamus Heaney’s poem “Blackberry Picking’ – Sample 898 words

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In Seamus Heaney’s poem “Blackberry Picking’ the poet vividly recreates a seemingly unimportant event in which he goes blackberry picking as a child. However by the end of the poem this experience acquires increased significance. Throughout Heaney’s description of this event we are made aware of the theme, Heaney’s childhood hopes and dreams in contrast […]

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Scarlet Letter Analysis – Sample 379 words

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The author of the Scarlett Letter, Hawthorne, uses many different rhetorical elements throughout the novel. Some example of Hawthorne’s elements are diction, syntax, tone, examples, analogy, and/or contrast. Hester Pryne is the main character of the Scarlett Letter, she’s the woman who has an affair with Dimmesdale and has a baby girl, Pearl. Dimmesdale is […]

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Romeo and Juliet (#14) – Sample 848 words

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In Veronan society, there are many dysfunctional and unstable relationships. The play “Romeo and Juliet” written by William Shakespeare in the 1500’s is about young love and the various relationships between families, friends, and love interests. The play exploits the complexity of a relationships and all the difficulties that can occur between people who are […]

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Rhetorical analysis of “The Scarlet letter” – Sample 1060 words

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Pearls have always held a great price to mankind, but no pearl has ever been earned at as high a cost to a person as Nathaniel Hawthorne’s powerful heroine Hester Prynne. Her daughter Pearl, born into a Puritan prison in more ways than one, is an enigmatic character serving entirely as a vehicle for symbolism. […]

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Red Hunting Hat – Sample 744 words

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What does symbolism add to a book? It adds morals and depth to the novel. It makes the reader learn something interesting or lets them gain knowledge of something that can change their outlook on how they perceive things. In the novel Catcher in the Rye, by J. D. Salinger, it is about a perplexed […]

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“Reading the River” by Mark Twain, and “The Way to Rainy Mountain” by N. Scott Momaday – Sample 1040 words

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The short works Reading the River by Mark Twain, and The Way to Rainy Mountain by N. Scott Momaday, are personal tales of moments in the authors lives and how those experiences impacted them spiritually. The central theme of both essays is that of impressing upon the reader to be careful not to take everyday […]

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Pilgrim by Timothy Findley – Sample 1258 words

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Pilgrim is introduced in the story in a strikingly interesting manner – a suicide attempt resulting to his death – a “temporary death” which only lasted for a few hours. From the beginning of the story which was supposed to be the end of the central character’s life, the character of Pilgrim presented a big […]

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