Answered a Question in Good Morning, Midnight
Good Morning, Midnight by Jean Rhys explores the thoughts, feelings, struggles, and pain of a woman exploring Paris as well...
Answered a Question in Social Sciences
There were multiple parties working toward unity after the Civil War, and their understandings of what unity meant differed widely....
Answered a Question in Hoops
The short answer is that we do not know. The author certainly sets the ending up to hint at this, but he leaves it a mystery as to...
Answered a Question in History
This depends on what your definition of “pure American” is. In summary, the American philosophy of the 17th century was defined by...
Answered a Question in The Notebook
From The Notebook, by Nicholas Sparks:
“Who are you?” she cries with panic in her voice, her face...
Answered a Question in Reference
Free time? What’s that!? Joking aside, I do have some free time despite a busy work week. Virtually all of my free time is given to my...
Answered a Question in The Hunt for Red October
Ryan sat on the corner of the desk and opened his briefcase. He handed Tyler a folder. "Got some pictures I want you to...
Answered a Question in The Catcher in the Rye
“But my parents, especially my mother, she has ears like a g***m bloodhound. So I took it very, very easy when I went...
Answered a Question in Phillis Wheatley
Perhaps the most significant prevailing sentiments found in Wheatley’s poems involve the American Revolution, slavery, and...
Answered a Question in Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
Jonathan Edwards did indeed employ a special kind of structure to his sermon. The four elements you listed (i.e. hyperbole,...
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