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Answered a Question in Lord of the Flies
Golding presents the relationship between Ralph and Jack as an archeptypal battle between civil and savage. Ralph is very concerned with the boys re-building their society on the island, which...
Answered a Question in The Great Gatsby
Daisy is tragic because she was raised in a society that made her strive for ideals that would not necessarily make her happy. She grew up believing that old money was somehow better than new...
Answered a Question in Literature
Free indirect discourse is absolutely part of formalism.Writers use free indirect discourse in order to more directly displays character's thoughts and emotions. Free indirect discourse is a...
Answered a Question in The Wife of Bath's Tale
The Wife of Bath changes only so much in her choice of husbands. She says that she married her first four husbands for money, rather than love, and she often found ways to control or manipulate...
Answered a Question in Shakespeare's Sonnets
You've got the rhyme scheme down, however you are not using the word 'causative' correctly. 'Causative' means acting as a cause, or producing, so it doesn't really work in that sentence.
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