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Answered a Question in Patrick Ness
In Patrick Ness's A Monster Calls, the evolution of the relationship between Conor and the monster reflects the theme of self-awareness. From the outset, the monster serves as a guide and...
Answered a Question in Literature
Set in post-revolutionary China, Chen Rong's short story "Regarding the Problem of Newborn Piglets in Winter" offers a satirical critique of the vestiges of communist bureaucracy through the theme...
Answered a Question in Social Sciences
Typically, sociologists studying alcohol use disorders (AUD) among Hispanics, the largest ethnic minority in the U.S., have treated this group as a heterogenous unit, which is misleading given that...
Answered a Question in Reference
In the early twentieth century, progressive education reform entailed the reconstruction of teaching methods, curricula and academic standards to reflect stronger democratic ideals; the ultimate...
Answered a Question in Greenleaf
Flannery O'Connor wrote Greenleaf in 1956 but didn't publish it until nine years later, in 1965, as part of her short story collection Everything That Rises Must Converge. As is typical of many of...
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