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Answered a Question in Medea
The Medea of Euripides lacks the keen focus of pure vengeance that Seneca portrays in his version of her. Of course, Euripides must eventually get around to the theme of vengeance and the fury of a...
Answered a Question in The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" is a poem of despair. On the surface, its primary theme is that of an aging man who longs for youth, dreads social encounters, is sexually frustrated, and...
Answered a Question in The Odyssey
Aside from the obvious points that they are all epic poems and that they all deal with the grand exploits of heroic figures, there are three items that stand out as similarities between the Epic of...
Answered a Question in The Road Not Taken
In The Road Not Taken, Frost doubts that he will ever return to this spot and face the same decision, knowing how "way leads on to way." This suggests that the narrator has enough life experience...