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Paradise Lost (#4) – Sample 1659 words

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Paradise Lost, an epic in twelve books, is in several ways one of the most wonderful of the works of men. It is one of those rare works of human genius whose power and beauty are inexhaustible. It was composed by the poet after restoration, in blindness, poverty and obscurity. Yet he produced a poem […]

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Othello/ Good vs Evil – Sample 1075 words

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Life in general is often used as a system of ways to define what kind of person you are by its end. Shakespeare takes that theory into test upon his characters in his work of the famous play Othello. Through the verbal twists and turns along with the addition of color symbolisms, the personalities of […]

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Of Mice and Men alternative ending – Sample 472 words

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Lennie rushed off out of the barn, towards the forest, just as George had said he had to do. On reaching the forest edge Lennie decided to turn back for George, “what are you doing” said George, “go back and I’ll meet you in the forest”. Lennie slowly turned back to the forest in a […]

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Nurse’s Song by William Blake – Sample 1181 words

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Compare and contrast the two versions of “Nurse’s Song”, showing how Blake illustrates the concepts of Innocence and Experience The Blakean concept of “Innocence” is focused on purity, vulnerability, trust and harmony – often illuminated through the use of children. For “Experience” the crux is on remorse, regrets and the general loss of innocence. In […]

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Motifs in Grendel – Sample 732 words

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Throughout John Gardner’s novel, Grendel, there are many literary tools and compositional risks used to support the overall meaning of the story and to show change in the main character, Grendel. One compositional risk that Gardner uses extremely effectively is motif. A motif is defined as recurring structures, contrasts, or literary devices that can help […]

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Miss Julie – Sample 771 words

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August Strindberg was known as a father of naturalism. Throughout Miss Julie Strindberg uses animal imagery to explain the behavior throughout the play. In the play, Miss Julie is obsessed with the animals. The animals are used to symbolize her behavior. Jean the manor’s thirty year old valet describes Miss Julie as wild and crazy. […]

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Maya Angelou `The Graduation` – Sample 1486 words

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P1- Summarize the essay and identify the author and title; Maya Angelou is the walking encyclopedia. She has astounding achievements to her credit. She is a great social thinker; her contribution in all the wings of literature is extraordinary! Welfare of women is very dear to her heart and therefore she is known as the […]

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Manila and Jose Rizal – Sample 232 words

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1. What is the importance of Rizal’s Life, Works and Writings? The importance of Rizal’s Life, Works and Writings should be treasured foremost by the Filipinos, since he is “The Greatest Man of the Malay Race”. Rizal inspired the Filipinos of Republic in Asia. And in order us to know, understand and appreciate what is […]

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Macbeth Monologue Spoken by Banquo – Sample 301 words

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Banquo lies on the side of the river after being ambushed by Macbeths pass men. He reflects on Macbeths and his own behavior since the prophecies made by the witches, as well as reflecting on Fleance and the person he is to become. The nullify of Act III, Scene 3. After Banquos murder. (Lying) Here […]

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Macbeth and Lady Macbeth in Act 2 Scenes 1 and 2 (#2) – Sample 4065 words

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Introduction The Macbeth play was written around 1603 by William Shakespeare. During this play, Macbeth and Banquo started off as best friends, after they met the three witches, they gave Macbeth some predictions about his future. Macbeth was delighted whereas his wife, Lady Macbeth becomes power crazed about this. She persuaded him to kill the […]

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