• Katawan by Hagibis
    A 3-DIMENSION LITERARY SCRUTINY OF HAGIBIS’ “KATAWAN” INTRODUCTION Released Katawan (Body) in 1994 by Vicor Music Corporation, a compilation of songs recorded for the label by the Hagibis in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s. The song “Katawan” is still popular until now thus it only proves that the...
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  • Rice by Manuel Arguilla
    LITERARY ANALYSI “RICE” By: Manuel Estabillo Arguilla Submitted to: Mr Benjamin R. Sacla Submitted by: Denmark S. Ambucay I. Writers Background He was born in Barrio Naguilian in Bauang, La Union on June 17, 1911. He was the fourth child of Crisanto Arguilla and Margarita Estabillo...
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  • Literary Analysis of "The Birtmark"
    in “The Birthmark”, explores this dynamic by using his main characters, Aylmer and Georgina, as representations of a larger society ill. Hawthorn’s literary ploys characterize Aylmer as a misguided and conceited husband and scientist, while Georgiana appeals to the reader’s sense of sympathy as she is...
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  • Literary History and the Concept of Literature
    Literary history and the concept of literature I From the 1970s onwards, much has been said about the writing of history and literary history that has cast doubt on its intellectual credibility. For example, Hayden White’s Metahistory (1973) included an influential analysis of the metaphorical...
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  • To the Women of Malolos
    issues were arisen. Outside factors of a literary piece, such as the biographical, historical and sociological accounts are useful tools in literary criticism. Biographical analysis of the author is also helpful on decoding the meaning of the letter or the literary text. Sometimes, the writer links or connects...
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  • Leslie Marmon Silko
    1969. After receiving the National Endowment for the Arts’ Discovery Grant in 1971, she briefly attended law school before leaving to pursue her literary career and marry her second husband, John Silko. [ (Leslie Marmon Silko Biography) ] [ (Fajardo-Acosta) ] In 1972, she gave birth to her second...
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  • Summer Reading
    quotations and citations or summaries. Thus, when you finish you have a log of the material you have read. The first column should reveal the quote, literary element/device and an entry number. The middle column states the page number in which you are obtaining your quote (remember a quote is not only a...
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  • Transformation in E.E. Cummings' 100 Selected Poems
    evolution. As such, literature cannot avoid, while gradually gaining ground, undergoing or facing some important changes. This notion applies to all literary genres we care to name, but more precisely to novel, drama and poetry; the latter being a particular genre by which we are allowed to exteriorize...
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  • M.A notes
    Touchstone Method" - introduced scientific objectivity to critical evaluation by providing comparison and analysis as the two primary tools for judging individual poets. Thus, Chaucer, Dryden, Pope, and Shelley fall short of the best, because they lack "high seriousness". Even Shakespeare thinks too...
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  • test
    the Pemberton Mills in Lawrence, Massachusetts.[5] Rebecca Harding Davis was considered one of the nation's first social historians and pioneering literary artists. She wrote to find social change for blacks, women, immigrants, and the working class throughout the Civil War. Throughout her long career...
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  • Edgar Allan Poe Haunted Palace
    When most are asked to name a famous poet, a majority of people instantly think of the great Edgar Allan Poe. He was also an author, editor, and literary critic during the early nineteenth century, but his reputation today rests primarily on his dark, lyric poetry. "The Haunted Palace" is one such poem...
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  • Iterary Analysis of George Orwell’s “Animal Farm”
    Austin Woods Ms. Manard 10th Literature & Composition (4B) 28 November 2010 Literary Analysis of George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” “Animal Farm” is a novella by British novelist and essayist George Orwell. George Orwell was the pseudonym of Eric Blair (b. 25 June 1903). He is remembered for his strong...
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  • Barthes’s Mythologies as Semiotics Diciplines
    came under structuralist scrunity. The French literary critic Roland Barthes (1915-1980) who later would straightforwardly claim that culture is a language in 1950 published Mythologies in which he applies a very loose and freewheeling structuralist analysis to the differences between boxing anf wrestling...
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  • What Are the Aims of Freudian Psychoanalysis When Used in Textual Criticism and Can They Be Reconciled with the Romantic Conception of Authorship?
    in relation to the notion of Romanticism; a key literary period that developed during the 18th and 19th century and began with the initial idea of inspiring imagination through text. Indentifying and discussing the relative features of Freudian analysis and the concept of Romantic authorship throughout...
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  • Literary Analysis
    EAC234: Science Fiction Narrative Analysis Assignment Value: 15% General Instructions This assignment asks you to do the same type of task as the Literary Analyses but this time you pick the passage. Choose one passage from any one of the three stories below and demonstrate how that passage...
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  • sparknotes vs cliffnotes
    improve understanding the literary elements, character developments, and plot development that a author uses to help create the story. Both sites provide similar information, ranging from overall plot summaries and character analysis, but Sparknotes goes more into the literary aspect of the book, while...
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  • Content Analysis Notes (for Revision)
    Content Analysis Warning: The information below is only for revision purposes to get a better understanding on the description and application of content analysis. Not to be referenced (hence no references are provided) in any coursework as information is taken from a number of other sites with...
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  • Mr. Dupree
    story there was no set tone or set up. By reading with purpose it also gave me the opportunity to develop an understanding and appreciation of the literary texts I read. No reading we read actually gave the meaning of the story. There were clues that were not mentioned that you had to come to the conclusion...
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  • Final Eexam Study
    should be well-prepared, and your studying will consist of reviewing material, not learning it. 3. You are responsible for knowing/understanding the literary devices on the Final Exam Terms to Know List and for knowing ALL texts we have read this semester (see below). You should know the TITLES and AUTHORS...
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  • Susan Sontag
    Susan Sontag, in "Against Interpretation," takes a very interesting critical standpoint on the idea of literary interpretation. Unlike most literary critics, Sontag believes that literary criticism is growing increasingly destructive towards the very works of art that they, supposedly, so greatly "appreciate"...
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