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I personally try to create questions and topics that are so off the beaten path from the usual assortment that it would be just about...
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I feel that Lenny's death was inevitable. Throughout the many years George and Lenny traveled together in search of work, they were...
Answered a Question in The Most Dangerous Game
I believe you mean how does hunting turn dangerous in "The Most Dangerous Game". Basically, boredom and a desire to remain...
Answered a Question in The Crucible
In addition to Proctor's hanging, you have the tragedies that befall his wife Elizabeth. In spite of being a good moral woman who...
Answered a Question in A Raisin in the Sun
Hansberry demonstrates her sympathy for Walter by allowing Walter to redeem himself at the end of the play. Throughout the play,...
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Things Fall Apart is heavily dependent on cultural, socio-political, and religious customs to help bring the story of...
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Flannery O'Conner's works as a whole grapple with religious questions and themes. Therefore, a "good man" is a universal...
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"The Tell-Tale Heart" is extremely representative of gothic fiction. The whole mysterious, eerie atmosphere of the old house...
Answered a Question in The Rocking-Horse Winner
Paul's mother is very selfish and hungry for money. Her love for her husband turned to dust for several reasons. Since he brought in...
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