Answered a Question in Those Winter Sundays
The poem contains quite a bit of both metaphor and connotation. Consider the way the writer is using associations to describe the...
Answered a Question in A Sound of Thunder
The answer to this question depends on an understanding of the two distinctions: flat and round, and static and dynamic.
Answered a Question in Romanticism
It wouldn't serve your work to provide the thesis for you because your own approaches to and understandings of Romanticism will...
Answered a Question in The Handmaid's Tale
Night is often, though we wouldn't think so, a symbol of comfort and safety. Offred lives in a society that has enslaved her to the...
Answered a Question in Reference
Both definitions work, and in fact, they compliment one another. Morphology (in linguistics, not biology) studies ways in which...
Answered a Question in The Sound and the Fury
The Sound and the Fury uses stream of consciousness, a stylistic technique in which the narration follows the direct...
Answered a Question in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
As pointed out already, the key term for reading Portrait of the Artist is stream of consciousness. In stream of...
Answered a Question in Invisible Man
A comparison of the two narrators in these novels may show a sort of mirror image, at once a copy and an opposite.
Answered a Question in Hills Like White Elephants
The time period and the cultural context go well with the physical location of the story. The narrative takes place in a train...
Answered a Question in William Butler Yeats
Yeats's work moves in two directions, in a way. Much of what he says in his poetry is very Romantic. "The Wild Swans at Coole"...