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Answered a Question in The Most Dangerous Game
Rainsford and Zaroff can arguably be considered parallel characters in that both are hunters, both are intelligent, strategic in their hunt, and well-versed in hunting. These points are made...
Answered a Question in The Crucible
One of the main themes in The Crucible is Reputation. With so many of the townspeople yelling accusations of witchcraft and pointing fingers, a person's reputation became a thing of utmost...
Answered a Question in Edgar Allan Poe
A reader sympathizes with the narrator because of the first-person narration, a technique commonly used by writers to help the reader not only get into the head of the main character, but also to...
Answered a Question in The Bluest Eye
The passage from the child's primer also symbolizes that which is slowly destroying Pecola's sanity, primarily the fact that her life is not happy and as "perfect" as that of a child with blue...
Answered a Question in Romeo and Juliet
Juliet begins the novel as a young, naive girl who obeys her parents instead of doing what she wants. When her parents want her to meet Paris, she replies that marriage is an honor she has not...
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