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    Miss Dent's handwriting is significant because it serves as a clue that was greatly missed by Blake. Blake had given Miss Dent an opportunity to work for him as a secretary when she applied to work...

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    In John Cheever’s story, "The Five-Forty-Eight", the protagonist Blake is a prosperous businessman. The reader quickly understands that Blake is less the hero and more the villain in the story....

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    The setting of a story is the basic location of events, while the theme is the overall message of the story. If the theme deals with elements of darkness, a cheerful, sunny location isn't likely...

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    The most likely theme in The Five-Forty-Eight is that of the male chauvinism that took place between the stereotypical "bosses and secretaries." The main character Blake has evidently...

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    If Blake didn't learn his lesson, the reader, especially the male reader, certainly learns a lesson from this harrowing story. The lesson is that you shouldn't use other people. I am reminded of...

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