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  • Look Both Ways by Sarah Watt's - 'We Must Learn to Accept Death in Order to Move on with Our Own Lives'
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    A Pair of Blue Eyes Thomas Hardy A Pair of Blue Eyes Table of Contents A Pair of Blue Eyes.............................................................................................................................................1 Thomas Hardy .............................................
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  • Death of a Salesman
    Willy Loman is often recognised as the tragic hero of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman but arguments can be made against Biff being the contemporary hero and thus the true hero of the play. The purpose of a tragedy is to create pity and fear in the audience. A traditional tragedy consists of t...
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  • Song of Hope by Kath Walker
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  • Analysis on to Kill a Mocking Bird
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  • Book Review - Homeless Bird
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  • Literary Analysis of I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
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  • 9 Poe's Feminine Ideal Karen Weekes Poe's Vision of the Feminine Ideal Appears Throughout His Work, in His Poetry and Short Stories, and His Critical Essays, Most Notably “the Philosophy of Composition. ” Especially
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  • Death in the Hours
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  • Essays on Minds Are Open When Hearts Are Open
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    RECITATION PREPARED BY ANITA MISHRA PGT ENGLISH SKV CHIRAG DELHI SOAMI NAGAR NEW DELHI -110017 DAY I: TEACHING THE BASIC ELEMENTS OF POETRY Stanzas (how lines are grouped). Sound (includes rhyme, but also many other patterns). Rhythm (what kind of "beat" or meter the poem has). Figures of speech (ma...
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