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Answered a Question in Frankenstein
In Frankenstein, the monster is originally good-hearted, wanting to be accepted by the people around him. After many negative experiences with society and his creator, Victor Frankenstein, his...
Answered a Question in Remarkable Creatures
The dual narration in Remarkable Creatures between Elizabeth Philpot and Mary Anning gives the reader multiple perspectives that transcend age and social status. The narrators form a friendship...
Answered a Question in The Ramayana
Focusing on the eventual triumph of good over evil and the moral idealism that is embodied in Sita and Rama, the Ramayana represents not only one of the most classic stories of good and evil, but...
Answered a Question in Gabrielle Roy
Gabrielle Roy’s unique perspective and writing have been heralded as some of the finest and most original in the literature of Quebec and Canada at large. Roy’s unique perspective lies in her...
Answered a Question in European History
The Britons (meaning those who live in Britain) were one of few native peoples inhabiting Britain before the Anglo-Saxon invasions of the fifth century; they were once believed to be descendants of...
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