• Intertextualilty - the Mocking
    builds upon these basic ideas and concepts, expanding on themes and extending the plot and shaping the story through complicated interaction between characters. The process of comparing two texts is known as Intertextuality. By studying the novel "To kill a mocking Bird" Authored by Harper Lee and contrasting...
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  • writers interest in society
    Writers have always been interested in the kind of society in which they live and have highlighted problems of behavior, hypocrisies, and inequalities that have existed.” Discuss this assertion referring to at least two works you have studied. “Writers have always been interested in the kind of society...
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  • Critical Lens 11th Grade English
    John Steinbeck “It is the responsibility of the writer to expose our many grievous faults and failures and to hold up to the light our dark and dangerous dreams, for the purpose of improvement” Perhaps Steinbeck’s quote means, that the purpose of writer is to reveal ones faults and dreams for the goal...
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  • Romanticism
    the old world and started to offered imagination, emotions and a new literature that toward nature, humanity and society to espouse freedom and individualism. The main characteristics or Romanticism movements are: an emphasis on imagination as a key to revealing the innermost depths of the human spirit...
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  • Douglass/Jacobs
    Harriet Jacobs. The narratives examine their life story of being a slave and the harsh reality of slavery during the pre-Civil War. Both of these writers were former slaves who decided that they would stop at nothing to be free. I like how both of these stories are written in complete narrative causing...
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  • Rhetorical Analysis "The Story of an Hour"
    their husband, it makes me think that Kate may have felt the same way she portrayed the main character to feel when her husband died in 1883. (526) There are other stories that are about a woman having freedoms that weren’t allowed or even heard of in Kate’s lifetime. “The Awakening” was published...
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  • The Rise to Realism
    an extension of Realism. What was the main focus of the Naturalistic writer? Naturalistic writers believed that the laws behind the forces that govern human lives might be studied and understood through their objective study of human beings. Naturalistic writers thus used a version of the scientific...
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  • Dostoyevsky
    world literature, not only Russian literary growth. Merezhkovskii thought that the main difference between Dostoyevsky’s and Nietzsche’s “last freedoms” is that Dostoyevsky, growing “underground” ideas in his characters, but not completing them still tried to “grasp” onto Russian orthodoxy, while the...
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  • Literary Criticsm
    ABSTRACT In this paper the writer wants to write down about Psychological criticism. Psychology is an academic and applied discipline that involves the scientific study of mental functions and behaviors. The purposes of this paper to analysis the psychological of main character in Thank You M’am short story...
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  • The First Seven Years
    Comment on The first seven years by Bernard Malamud   First, in terms of setting, the writer reveals not only that the time of the story is winter, but also that from a frosted window in his store Feld sees "nearsighted haze of the falling February snow" Therefore the primary setting of snow is given...
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  • Rooftoops of Theran by Mahbod Seraji
    means new story). (“Novel”, n.d.) Since late 20th century, non-American writers have found their ways of getting their messages through – literary works. This is no exception to Mahbod Seraji, Iranian born, American based writer who wrote his debut novel, which also served as a social novel, Rooftops...
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  • The Secret Life of Walter Mitty VS The Story Of An Hour
    Mitty” is a short story written in 1937. The main character is an older man that drives his wife to town for beauty parlor visits and weekly shopping. “The Story of an Hour” was published in 1894. The main character, Louise Mallard, thinks that she will find freedom from the death of her husband. These short...
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  • Room on the Roof Summary
    - - - The characters - - -  -- Rusty : The book revolves around his thoughts, his feelings.It is based on the blooming of his character from a meek , dependent kid to an independent , strong boy.  The poetic thoughts about his surroundings , his positive and strong attitude in all the dark sides of...
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  • Romanticism
    Establishment and Knowledge of American Romanticism Professor Ann Woodlief describes American Romanticism by saying, it “developed its own character, especially as these writers tried self-consciously to be new and original.” In this statement, Woodlief argues that the American romantic authors strove to distinguish...
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  • Imageries Use in Poetry
    Writers of poetry use figurative language better known as imagery, to help illustrate the theme and point they are trying to get across. They use imagery to make references to what they want the reader to learn and take away with them after reading the poem. The imagery that they use can either be harsh...
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  • Breakfast at Tiffany's
    define a good story and an ending? Well, a novella should always contain a conflict in order to have some sort of a structure. The situation and characters are introduced, and then a conflict is created. Because a novella is a shorter work it has a faster pace and the story is more powerful, more intense...
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  • Critical Analysis: Their Eyes Were Watching God
    In this love story written by Zora Neale Hurston, we find out that the main character, Janie saw her life as a great tree filled with many trials and tribulations. “Their eyes were watching God” was written from a woman’s point of view to tell the story of a woman desperately searching for true love...
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  • From Book to Films - Liberating and Democratic Experience
    experience?”. The answer is simple. It depends. Depends on whether you are a writer or a reader. Catherine Hardwicke says in the introduction to the Red Riding Hood: “The deeper we went into the world, the more I realized that the characters and their backstories were too complex to fit into the film, so I wanted...
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  • Marvel Inc Strategy
    Enterprises, Inc. is due to its strategic decisions in acquiring creative talent, a wide portfolio of super heroes and characters, synergetic acquisitions, strong control over the characters created by Marvel, very profitable value chain, and successful business model. Marvel History Marvel Comics started...
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  • August Wilson
    discuss how blues music influenced Wilson in his life and in his work as well as how blues music influences the characters within these plays. I am also going to explore how these characters use blues music to escape their blues as well as how blues music relates to their lives. I would also like to...
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