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Answered a Question in A Room of One's Own
One of the biggest problems posed by the proliferation of male-authored texts is its subjectivity. A strictly male perspective does not given women a voice in literature, the purpose of Virginia...
Answered a Question in Fahrenheit 451
“Montag grinned the fierce grin of all men singed and driven back by flame” (2). “Kerosene is nothing but perfume to me” (4). “A fountain of books sprang down upon Montag as he climbed shuddering...
Answered a Question in A Good Man Is Hard to Find
One of the most striking similarities between the Misfit and the grandmother is their hypocrisy. The Misfit is clearly a criminal, yet declares that he calls himself “The Misfit” because he “can’t...
Answered a Question in No Longer at Ease
In Achebe’s novel No Longer at Ease, Obi is not a competitor in a power struggle, but rather is a victim of the struggle caused by colonialism. Ezeulu’s power struggle highlights the dangers of...
Answered a Question in The Phantom of the Opera
Beginning the movie with a black and white picture is an aesthetic ploy to create a feeling of nostalgia in spite of the beginning of the movie being only the end of the story. Some years have...
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