• The Namesake
    Tommy Tran English 4 1/6/14 The Namesake Jump Lahiri used woman as a literary device, “foil”, in her novel The Namesake to help contrast with the protagonist, Nikhil “Gogol” Ganguli in order to shape his identity. There were quite a few women that came and went through Gogol’s life span in...
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  • Tale of Two Cities
    ” Definition: (adv) Free from commotion or disturbance Literary Devices 1. One device used...
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  • 2013 Pap Project
    cover of your book.  Personal response/questions done throughout the novel (color = ) For the ten sections you chose for your Reader Response Logs (see below), annotate for personal response/questions as well as the following:  Literary & rhetorical devices —any/all types (color...
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  • The Raven Literary Analysis
    Shall be lifted - nevermore!) and back to despair the difference is this time he seems to accept it as a part of himself he knows will never go away. Another literary device that Poe uses throughout his poem to draw us into the feelings he is trying to convey is symbolism. One of the centerpieces of...
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  • Hira
    . Instruments of Music: A musical instrument is a device created or adapted to musical sounds. In principle, any object that produces sound can be a musical instrument, it is through purpose that the object becomes a musical instrument. The history of musical instruments dates back to the beginnings of...
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  • Commiment in Diasporic Literature
    fiction is mere recording, the literary author must instead total up and interpret human experience. Fiction will always be a concentrate of many peoples' lives and experiences. Since society itself seldom offers perfectly ready characters for fiction, the author's imagination and interpretation...
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  • Lord of the Flies
    Golding’s work to the Bible. Literary critic E.M. Foster concurs with my observation about the approach of evil as an allegorical device. As in the Old Testament, when evil appears in the form of the “Lord of the Flies”, Beelzebub, he sends a messenger to prepare his way for him in another form. The name...
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  • Dubliners
    : James Joyce’s The Sisters and Langston Hughes’ poems I, too, New Yorkers and Harlem. Firstly this essay will analyse how the city of Dublin represented in The Sisters is shown, through Joyce’s literary devices, to both offer and restrict possibility for each of its central characters. Key themes...
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  • Portarit of an Artist as a Young Man
    for Ireland. Using the borrowed language of English, he plans to write in a style that will be both autonomous from England and true to the Irish people. Motifs are recurring structures, contrasts, or literary devices that can help to develop and inform the text's major themes. Motifs Music...
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  • s novel
    device of inversion in Sarah. Like her Biblical namesake – the wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac (Genesis 17: 15-22) who was derided by people for bearing a child at her ripe age – Sarah Worth is laughed at by her acquaintances for her unnatural spiritual quest at the age of forty-two. Hester was...
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  • Denzel Mangasim
    . Literary Devices Flashback Flashback is seen in the beginning of the novel were it states the happening before Eddie died in saving the young girl in ruby pier. The Five people Eddie met in heaven used Flashback to show Eddie some values. Ruby use flashback to make Eddie forgive...
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  • DALIT LITERATURE
    - 1745) : Gulliver’s Travels 6 M.A. English : Syllabus (CBCS) PAPER 3 THE ROMANTIC AND THE VICTORIAN AGES Objectives Students are : 1. to appreciate the influence of ever changing trends brought about by social and scientific developments 2. to analyze diverse literary devices of...
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  • Portrait
    true to the Irish people. Motifs are recurring structures, contrasts, or literary devices that can help to develop and inform the text's major themes. Motifs Music Music, especially singing, appears repeatedly throughout A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Stephen's appreciation of music...
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  • The Namesake
    Cultural traditions, migration, family and identity are issues which emerge throughout the novel The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri. How have various literary techniques been used to show that these issues play a major role in an individual experiencing a sense of belonging or not belonging. It is...
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  • Belonging - Poor Answer
    Belonging Practice Essay Cultural traditions, migration, family and identity are issues which emerge throughout the novel The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri. How have various literary techniques been used to show that these issues play a major role in an individual experiencing a sense of belonging...
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  • Cultural Traditions, Migration, Family and Identity Are Issues Which Emerge Throughout the Novel the Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri. How Have Various Literary Techniques Been Used to Show That These Issues Play a Major Role
    Cultural traditions, migration, family and identity are issues which emerge throughout the novel The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri. How have various literary techniques been used to show that these issues play a major role in an individual experiencing a sense of belonging or not belonging? The need...
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  • The Outsiders
    questions, metaphors, similes etc are used to |literary devices and language techniques. | |explore or highlight the concept of Belonging...
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  • Study Guide
    Oedipus, queen of Thebes ac. Sinis and Procrustes-thieves and murderers Theseus killed with their own devices ad. Medusa-snake hair, turned men to stone, killed by Perseus ae. Eurystheus-chose Achilles labors, cousin of Achilles af. Medea-almost poisoned Theseus, helped Jason get the Golden Fleece...
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  • Chapter 1 of Phd Thesis
    CHAPTER I Wuthering Heights---Thoughts and Language Pattern Winifred Gérin, in her biographical landmark, Emily Brontë, quotes a section of a review of Emily Brontë’s sole novel, Wuthering Heights, in the Atheneum, dated 25 December, 1847, in the column, ‘Our Literary Table...
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  • The Divine Comedy: Allegory
    eternally consuming the bodies of Brutus and Cassius for assassinating Julius Caesar (which to Dante, represented the destruction of a unified Italy), and the head of Judas Iscariot (the namesake of this zone) for betraying Jesus. Canto I • Serves as an introduction • Establish...
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