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Answered a Question in The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith
Keneally's main goal throughout this book is to show that Jimmie became a killer because he was a victim, tired of being exploited over and over again by white society. The story starts off in the...
Answered a Question in The Most Dangerous Game
"The Most Dangerous Game" is a short story written by Richard Connell, in which a man named Sanger Rainsford finds himself trapped on an island, being hunted by a fierce predator—another man....
Answered a Question in 'night, Mother
Based on Jessie's account of her own life, she has never truly felt close with anyone besides her late father—not even her mother, whom she lives with and takes care of. When Jessie announces she's...
Answered a Question in Jubilee
One quote I always remember from Jubilee is "Right now I'd rather make a good run than a bad stand." Randall Ware says this in response to being assumed a coward by Henry McNeil Turner. Bishop...
Answered a Question in Gilgamesh
Throughout much of Gilgamesh's journey, we can see that, like any other human, this king has flaws and desires. One of his main desires, as the son of both a human and a god, is to find a way to...
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