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Analysis of E. Poe’s Short Stories

The period of autumn is clearly demonstrated and enhanced through words such as wouldull,' wouldark,' and 'soundless.'The scene is described in such an imaginative manner that it looks real through the use of phrases such [...]
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Chinese Community and External Issues in Literature

In the early 1930s to the 1940s, the war between China and Japan led to the establishment of the current communist system of government. Chuan-Sheng is an example of a man affected by patriarchal traditions [...]
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The Brazen Desire to Succeed

Set in the post World War II, Greene's characters in 'The Destructors' represent the divide between the various generations, the old and the new.
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Shakespeare “Richard II” and “Henry IV”

However, despite all the pomp depicted by the King in the play there are numerous occasions in the play that the author uses to point to the aspect of divine right as held by the [...]
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Analysis of Two Anne Frank’s Entries

The writings of Anne Frank in her book dedicated to the Holocaust and called The Diary of a Young Girl should be considered as the greatest masterpiece of that period.
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Writing Back and Giving Agency to Suppressed Voices

In literature, writing back is a style where authors use their experiences and historical time lines to bring into light some of the cross cutting social issues within the context of the society of the [...]
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To scream or be subtle

Some of them included: the role of the church and the state, the importance of human rights and the role of a representative government.
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Analysis of Different Stories

On the other hand, in the story, "The Boat", the author uses the concept of the traditional cage to describe the inherent increase in social life rationalization in the conservative society of the main character.
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Description of Johnny Got a Gun

Johnny Got a gun is a captivating anti-war book which is politically motivated and takes the role of educating the society on the adverse effects of war on human beings and the whole society.
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Comparison of “Two Kinds” and “Everyday Use”

The conflict between her new constructed culture and the tradition and culture that mama was brought up to know is an aftermath of the general mood of society after the effects of war and conflict [...]
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Odysseus Heroism

He formulated the trick of the great wooden horse to give victory to the Greeks. The prince was also supposed to strike a balance of generosity to the citizens.
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Poems Comparison

Although both concerning the subject of war, the settings of the two poems are quite different."Dulce Et Decorum Est" is set in a trench of the First World War and dedicated to description of a [...]
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Heart of Darkness and the Ceremony

The plot is carefully developed by Silko such that in Tayo embarking on a journey full of personal ceremonies to bridge Native American traditions and those of the westerners.
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Rhetorical Analysis of the Article

Having further introduced the main thesis of the essay and having given some background information, the writer moves smoothly to the body of the piece.
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