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Answered a Question in A Streetcar Named Desire
In a manner of explaining herself to Stanley, Blanche says, "A woman's charm is fifty percent illusion." From the moment she appears in the play, Blanche avoids telling the absolute truth about her...
Answered a Question in Because I could not stop for Death—
Dickinson's poem lends a lighter and more refined quality to death than is typical in much of literature and poetry. Describing death as the driver of a "Carriage" evokes the idea of dying as a...
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