Answered a Question in A Raisin in the Sun
The happy ending depends on one's persepctive. Lorraine Hansberry felt the audience as a whole really misunderstood the ending of her...
Answered a Question in The Great Gatsby
I absolutely agree with the first answer. I also teach my students about irony at this point in the book. A wedding is happening...
Answered a Question in I heard a Fly buzz—when I died—
I will echo the above. Dickinson's point was about how although we see death as a major event, in the natural world it is not. Death...
Answered a Question in Nathaniel Hawthorne
I think the fundamental differences between these two authors lies in their approach to life. Hawthorne loved his life, his wife, and...
Answered a Question in Macbeth
Lady Macbeth is at the point where she is willing to do anything to get anything to get what she wants. She is asking the "thick...
Answered a Question in Young Goodman Brown
he means that he needs to be away from Faith, his wife, this night. 'of all nights in the year' means perhaps that he is home most...