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Answered a Question in Everyman
As a Medieval morality play, Everyman is a very literal presentation of what every individual experiences throughout the course of their life, including the difficult decisions, troublesome...
Answered a Question in Lord of the Flies
Every good campsite needs a kitchen and a designated bathroom, and anyone will tell you it’s a terrible idea to make those the same place. The proximity of the bathroom to the fruit is just one...
Answered a Question in The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Stevenson’s use of contrast heightens the tension in the already mysterious tale of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Unsure of their relationship, Utterson seeks to ask Jekyll about it out of friendly...
Answered a Question in The Importance of Being Earnest
Lady Bracknell represents the Victorian upper-class, born into wealth and status and obsessed with its maintenance. She is the image of the period’s fascination with propriety, and her primary...
Answered a Question in The Glass Menagerie
Before you consider whether or not The Glass Menagerie still means something to readers today, consider what it would take for a text to remain relevant throughout changes in cultural and political...
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