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Answered a Question in The Canterbury Tales
The Prologue takes place the night before the assembly commences their pilgrimmage. They are spending the night at the Tabard Inn. This is where the narrator first examines and details the...
Answered a Question in Poetry
The chief symbol in Crozier’s poem is blatantly the swan. The girl’s “innocence” is a black swan, not the traditional white, because she’s not the traditional lady she was raised and expected to be...
Answered a Question in Donald Hall
Hall’s poem depicts with detail the fantastic imagination of a four year old child. Much like people in the past used mythology to explain things they could not understand, children build an...
Answered a Question in Persuasion
The state of the marriage can reveal not only the individual's level of happiness, but the amount of effort and faith he or she is willing to put into it. A peaceful marriage suggests happiness. In...
Answered a Question in When I Have Fears
The pen is a symbol of the speaker’s creative power. It is the manner in which he can express all of his ideas and intelligence and share them with the world so that he may remain even after his...
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