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Answered a Question in Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
Because Jonathan Edwards gave this sermon orally, he used many types of speech techniques to assure his audience followed his logic. Simple transition words (like coordinating conjunctions: for,...
Answered a Question in Defence of Poesie
Because this piece is an essay instead of a story, there are not really characters. However, Sir Philip Sidney starts the piece with an anecdote to explain his reason for writing the essay. He...
Answered a Question in Rachel Carson
Carson sets up a basic pattern of organization in this chapter to prove her thesis that "only within the moment of time represented by the present century has one species—man—acquired significant...
Answered a Question in The Things They Carried
Also in the story "The Things They Carried," O'Brien lists many of the things the men carry that are SOP ("standard operating procedure"), but he also lists the extras the men carry that fit their...
Answered a Question in Our Town
Another aspect to look at with this scene is the paragraph directly after the original quote: And don't forget all the other witnesses at this wedding, the ancestors. Millions of them. Most of...
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