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Answered a Question in The Garden Party: And Other Stories
Innocence vs experience is a common theme in literature. They are on opposite sides of the spectrum and as we move through life we begin to lose our innocence as we gain more experience. To some,...
Answered a Question in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
I can address the idea of Christopher as an unreliable narrator. There are many instances in the novel when the reader can piece together more of the situation than Christopher himself. For...
Answered a Question in The Tell-Tale Heart
I think there are many different levels at which someone could "relate" to a story. No, not many people have killed a man and buried him beneath their floorboards. However, you would not have to...
Answered a Question in Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
Hermes is the messenger of the gods. He delivers messages from the gods on Mt. Olympus to Percy.
Answered a Question in The Most Dangerous Game
The color crimson is a subtle detail that appears at least twice in the short story. First, as Rainsford washes up on shore, he notices the color on the "lacerated" plants. Next, we are told...
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