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Answered a Question in Literature
Victims of conflict can become powerful when they overcome the situation which made them a victim. This is a theme that resonates in many literary works, particularly those texts that reflect ideas...
Answered a Question in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Charlie is admirable because he is an unlikely hero. He is not selfish. He comes from nothing (poverty) in terms of financial wealth, but his wealth is in the relationship that he has with his...
Answered a Question in Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
In the poem human beings are seen as always in a hurry. They have places to go and things to do. It is not the norm to stop in the woods. Yet nature holds a certain allure. A line by line look at...
Answered a Question in To Kill a Mockingbird
Because the town of Maycomb was segregated and still viewed blacks as second class citizens, the fact that their father was defending a black man against a charge of raping a white woman meant...
Answered a Question in Macbeth
The most obvious example of psychological guilt appearing in Macbeth is when Lady Macbeth cannot stop herself from seeing th blood on her own hands. This happens in Act V, Scene 1 and is one of the...
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