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Answered a Question in Richard Cory
The point of view is first person from the perspective of the people who live in the same town as Richard Cory. The point of view is revealed starting in the second line of the poem: Whenever...
Answered a Question in Sonnet 73
"Sonnet 73," as a previous answer indicates, follows the conventional Shakespearean (English) sonnet in rhyme scheme and meter. It consists of three quatrains (lines of 4) with the scheme abab cdcd...
Answered a Question in A Doll's House
Krogstad's intitial appearance at the Helmer household unsettles the company there and marks him as a menace. When he first appears at the door and greets Nora, Mrs. Kristine Linde starts, shakes,...
Answered a Question in The Crucible
While there are no symbolic objects or images of note in Act 4, there are characters and actions that could be read as symbolic carriages of justice. Three noteworthy characters are put to death in...
Answered a Question in The Glass Menagerie
Laura Wingfield's glass menagerie is a collection of exotic, even mythical animals. While Laura lives a very sheltered life, crippled with anxiety and dominated by her wistful, controlling mother,...
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