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Dorian Gray and The Lady of Shallot: Stepping out of the Shadows

During one’s life, one must step out into the real world and experience all of what the world has to offer. In order to attain a w...

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PeachiKiwi Published on 04/21/2001 1230 Reads Literature

Among Sin

Sin is defined in Webster’s New World Dictionary as, “any offense, fault, or the willful breaking of religious or moral law.” Mank...

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PeachiKiwi Published on 04/21/2001 1444 Reads The Scarlet Letter

Moby Dick: Symbols to Draw Attention

Often in great works of literature, symbols are incorporated to add depth. These symbols make it more interesting to the reader by...

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PeachiKiwi Published on 04/21/2001 3390 Reads Literature

Comparing The Crucible and the Scarlet Letter

The Puritans had a heavily important part in the formation of early America, as well as a religion that influenced our early Ameri...

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PeachiKiwi Published on 04/21/2001 2036 Reads The Crucible

To Kill A Mockingbird

In the widely known novel To Kill A Mockingbird there are two families that are very diverse and are text book examples of complet...

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IceMan Published on 04/21/2001 926 Reads To Kill A Mockingbird

The Outsiders

The Outsiders, an enthralling tale by S.E. Hinton, is an excellent story about the hardships and triumphs experienced by the Greas...

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IceMan Published on 04/21/2001 1263 Reads Literature

A Rose for Emily

William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” has been interpreted in many different ways. Most of these rely solely on hints found within...

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swaksin Published on 04/17/2001 1378 Reads Literature

The Great Gatsby: Symbolism of Houses and Cars

Francis Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby, is full of symbolism, which is portrayed by the houses and cars in an array of...

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Rik Wyatt Published on 04/17/2001 1647 Reads The Great Gatsby

The Odyssey: The use of Hubris

“There is no safety in unlimited hubris” (McGeorge Bundy). The dictionary defines hubris as overbearing pride or presumption; arro...

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Skatebrd45 Published on 04/16/2001 4058 Reads Literature

Things Fall Apart - And on Earth, Strife and Goodwill towards Men

The burden and calling to reach out and help others, enfold many people in society throughout the world. Rich or poor, young or ol...

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frankie Published on 04/15/2001 776 Reads Literature

All Quiet On the Western Front - Two People in Two Worlds

People engage in wars for different reasons. Some for nationalism, many for what is right, and still others do not even know why t...

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frankie Published on 04/15/2001 1863 Reads All Quiet on the Western Front

Nick - Detached or Dishonest?

The Great Gatsby is a difficult book to interpret, particularly because of the style in which it is written. Not only must the rea...

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XxBkLnBaBe Published on 04/14/2001 1196 Reads The Great Gatsby

A Tale of Two Cities: Sydney Carton vs. Charles Darnay

A Tale of Two Cities, written by Charles Dickens, takes place during the French Revolution. The book centers on the heroic attempt...

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~*CaNdY-rAe*~ Published on 04/14/2001 2978 Reads A Tale Of Two Cities

Jane Eyre: A Gothic Novel

Jane Eyre, written by Charlotte Brontë, is considered by many to be a “gothic” novel. The use of “supernatural” incidents, archite...

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~*CaNdY-rAe*~ Published on 04/14/2001 2140 Reads Jane Eyre

Burmese Days

I was intrigued by how the writer George Orwell portrayed each character's personality. Each character had their own unique charac...

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Jar Published on 04/13/2001 646 Reads Literature

Burmese Days - Criticism

Imagine crossing E.M. Forster with Jane Austen. Stir in a bit of socialist doctrine, a sprig of satire, strong Indian curry, and a...

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Jar Published on 04/13/2001 1281 Reads Literature

The Bearer of the Fruits of Sin

The world of Puritan New England, like the world of today, was filled with many evil influences. Many people were able to withstan...

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kryptonjag Published on 04/11/2001 1369 Reads The Scarlet Letter

The English Patient - techniques

The novel, The English Patient, by Michael Ondaajte constructs meaning through the use of tropes, images and symbolism, instead of...

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Jess Published on 04/10/2001 832 Reads Literature

My Sister's Bones - Book Report

“Don’t tell Mom and Dad it’s me, okay?” She Waits. “Okay?” she says, a little louder. “Okay,” I tell my sister. “How are you? How’...

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coolkris15 Published on 04/09/2001 1408 Reads Literature

The Scarlet Letter - The Honest T

No one is perfect and no one is exactly the same. Everyone sins, and that includes telling lies. Most everyone lies at some point,...

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XxRockeRChiKxX Published on 04/09/2001 1001 Reads The Scarlet Letter

Lennie and George

Lennie and George: In what ways are they 'mates'? Is this a true friendship, as you understand friendship? George and Lennie ar...

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Abe Published on 04/08/2001 1312 Reads Of Mice And Men

The Great Gatsby - Death of the American Dream

In Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, all the characters are, in one way or another, attempting to achieve a state of happiness in the...

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jlybnaddict Published on 04/08/2001 2084 Reads The Great Gatsby

Fahrenheit 451 and 1984 - The Fear of Utopia

Several conflicting frames of mind have played defining roles in shaping humanity throughout the twentieth century. Philosophical ...

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r2x criticom Published on 04/07/2001 2000 Reads Fahrenheit 451

Who has seen the Wind - The Godlessness of formal Religions

The essence of God isn't found in today's formal religions. It is evident throughout the novel Who Has Seen the Wind that author W...

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r2x criticom Published on 04/07/2001 1149 Reads Literature

Henry James and "The Art of Fiction"

“The only reason for the existence of a novel is that it does attempt to represent life.” Stated Henry James in “The Art of Fictio...

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breeze_whisper Published on 04/06/2001 1095 Reads Literature

The Beast Within

Lord of the Flies, awarded the Nobel Prize for literature is considered a modern classic. What makes this novel so interesting ...

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butterfee Published on 04/06/2001 1145 Reads Lord of the Flies

To Kill a Mockingbird - Style

The stylistic elements that an author chooses are instrumental in ensuring that the theme or tone that he or she wishes to convey ...

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DMMF226 Published on 04/04/2001 2410 Reads To Kill A Mockingbird

Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange - Contrast

Never have two more opposing places existed than Thrusscross Grange and Wuthering Heights. Wuthering Heights is a dwelling charact...

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DMMF226 Published on 04/04/2001 2514 Reads Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights: Sympathy with the Villain

Heathcliff, the main character in Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, has no heart. He is evil to the core - so savage that his lon...

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DMMF226 Published on 04/04/2001 1586 Reads Wuthering Heights

1984: Summary

Summary The Story starts, as the title tells us, in the year of 1984, and it takes place in England or how it is called at that t...

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kntridr Published on 04/04/2001 1278 Reads Nineteen Eighty Four