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Answered a Question in That Was Then, This Is Now
S.E. Hinton's novel That Was Then, This is Now shows the dynamics of life. It discusses the incredible bond between two friends, Bryon and Mark, when they were young boys growing up. This bond is...
Answered a Question in Wuthering Heights
Heathcliff loved Catherine from a tender age. He was seven years old when Mr. Earnshaw adopted him. Heathcliff became fond of Catherine Earnshaw as soon as they met, and they became inseparable....
Answered a Question in History
Ronald Reagan’s election in 1980 was the beginning of modern conservatism in the United States. Reagan’s administration advocated for unfettered consumerism. The government advocated for...
Answered a Question in Quicksand
Quicksand is defined as wet and loose sand that easily yields to pressure. It has a tendency of sucking in any substance that rests on its surface. Quicksand may also be used to refer to a...
Answered a Question in Sarah's Key
The two cupboards referred to here are the literal cupboard in which Sarah hid her brother Michael to keep him safe and the metaphorical cupboard which is Julia's womb, where her baby was growing....
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