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To Kill a Mockingbird presents the complex social structure existing in fictional Maycomb, Alabama during the 1930s. The novel includes details from the lives of two white families on the bottom...
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Neoclassical poets were very much interested in returning to the antique era of poetry, marked by such epics as The Odyssey and The Iliad. As a result, they were interested in recreating the poetic...
Answered a Question in The Revolutionary War
Another way to consider the extent to which the colonists were justified in rebelling against King George is to analyze the revolution through the lens of popular philosophy of the era. Thomas...
Answered a Question in All the Light We Cannot See
All The Light We Cannot See is a lyrical and complex piece of historical fiction. As such, there are many ways to go about analyzing it. One way to approach the novel is through the title....
Answered a Question in Thomas Hardy
This is a very creative question because it asks you to take a concept from economics, capitalism, and apply it to a critical work in the English canon, Tess of the d'Urbervilles. It is also a...
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