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Answered a Question in Lord of the Flies
Here's a simple tip: note that the novel concludes with Ralph mourning the loss of his "wise, true friend" Piggy.
Answered a Question in Romeo and Juliet
Mercutio, apparently a haunted former soldier, could, perhaps be termed a "nihilist". His attitude towards love, therefore, is the same as his attitude towards just about everything else: it's all...
Answered a Question in My Antonia
I have a two-year-old son, and I can tell you that patience is a learned behavior. My boy currently takes what he wants and reacts to virtually all of life's circumstances with a rash, emotional...
Answered a Question in William Shakespeare
My advice is to take your teacher's question at face value. Simply read each play's opening scene for pure enjoyment, taking note of what you like or dislike, what you understand or find...
Answered a Question in A Man for All Seasons
All of Arthur Miller's "Elements of Tragedy" are in place in Bolt's A Man for All Seasons, with only the concept of the tragic hero giving us some trouble. You could argue that More is not a...