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Answered a Question in The House on Mango Street
Esperanza portrays her neighborhood as run down and a bit dangerous. Cathy tells Esperanza that her family is moving away because the neighborhood is getting bad. Esperanza first mentions the area...
Answered a Question in Antigone
The background information in the play Antigone is provided in the exposition in two ways. The first way that the reader is given necessary background information is through the opening scene of...
Answered a Question in Holes
Man versus nature occurs when the boys are working in the dessert. The boys must dig holes in the hot sun every day, which is exhausting work. The boys also have to watch out for the poisonous...
Answered a Question in Arcadia
Tom Stoppard's play Arcadia positions the conflicting viewpoints of classicism and Romanticism through the characters, presenting the differences between the intellectual and the emotional and...
Answered a Question in The Westing Game
Though there are many other significant events in "The Westing Game," these are perhaps the most important: 1. All of the heirs move in to Sunset Towers. 2. Turtle, dressed as a witch, while...
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