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Answered a Question in Poetry
Language: Cassidy's use of language in "Sons, Departing" is most notable in the way he chooses to have the narrator describe the setting. In the second stanza, for example, Cassidy chose to use the...
Answered a Question in Agha Shahid Ali
There could be a variety of reasons why Ali chose to use enjambment in the third and fourth stanzas of "Postcard from Kashmir." Out of your three choices, the least likely is three. Enjambment is a...
Answered a Question in Native Americans and the Colonists
The Iroquois Confederacy is also similar to the United States government in the sense that we each "elaborately ritualized systems for choosing leaders and making important decisions" (quote taken...
Answered a Question in Lord of the Flies
Although Simon was the only character mistaken as the beast and killed by the group, one could argue that Piggy was also killed by the group because of the beast. In Piggy's situation, the beast is...
Answered a Question in Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
Edwards's use of the word "you" throughout his sermon is the main way he personalizes hell for his audience—but even more so are the ways in which he describes it using vague, yet somehow...
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