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Answered a Question in The Freedom Writers Diary
Eva changes throughout the story by going from a naive, frightened young girl to a thoughtful, confident young woman. In the earlier years of her life, she saw her father rousted by police and...
Answered a Question in Trifles
Although Minnie is never seen on stage, the setting represents her and her marriage to John. The kitchen is cold, like their marriage. Her preserve jars are broken, suggesting barren feelings and...
Answered a Question in Night
Eli Wiesel tells us in an interview that he wrote Night partly to speak for the dead, and for the survivors who could not speak of the atrocities. He told the story of his survival experience with...
Answered a Question in Romeo and Juliet
There are several songs that relate to the themes present in Romeo and Juliet. Some of them directly refer to Romeo and Juliet, while others relate more to the tragedy of family interference with...