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Answered a Question in History
Most people know John F. Kennedy's January 1961 inaugural address by its most famous line: "And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you--ask what you can do for your...
Answered a Question in The Canterbury Tales
The Pardoner’s Tale is an exemplum, a story which tells a well-known lesson; in this case, that lesson is that the love of money is at the root of all evil. Since the Gothic fiction genre began in...
Answered a Question in Peer Gynt
Peer Gynt is a five-act play by Norwegian dramatist Henrik Ibsen. To understand the importance of the forest, you must understand the 19th century shift in the arts, from the Romantic movement to...
Answered a Question in A Man for All Seasons
The Common Man serves a similar role to the classical Greek Chorus in Robert Bolt's play A Man for All Seasons, in that through his observations, the audience's reactions are influenced and they...
Answered a Question in Rudyard Kipling
Kipling felt imperialism was the "burden" of the white man. Taking responsibility for less technologically advanced peoples and helping them progress was something that Kipling, as a Brit, had...
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