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Answered a Question in Of Mice and Men
Steinbeck uses the character of Curley's wife to clearly depict how he viewed women during this time period. It was a difficult time, for both men as well as women. Dreams were in abundance, but...
Answered a Question in Lord of the Flies
The scene where Simon sees the Lord of the Flies is incredibly important for a number of reasons. As a good, kind, and sensitive child, easily the most sensitive boy on the island, Simon is the one...
Answered a Question in The Odyssey
In Book 22, Odysseus finally reveals himself to the suitors who have plagued his homeland and his household. He does this by killing Antinous with an arrow through the throat in an extremely...
Answered a Question in The Most Dangerous Game
At the beginning of "The Most Dangerous Game" the reader finds Rainsford, the protagonist, on the deck of a yacht with his good friend, Whitney. Rainsford is headed to Rio with his friend to hunt...
Answered a Question in Romeo and Juliet
This quote takes place at the end of Act 1, scene 5. Romeo and Juliet have just fallen in love, essentially at first sight. Taken with each other, they haven't even exchanged names, choosing...
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