Answered a Question in The Fly
Woodifield looks around the office as the Boss points out how nice everything is, and sees the photo of the Boss' son in his army...
Answered a Question in A&P
In John Updike's A&P there are a lot of realistic points to discuss. First off, the narrator's voice was absolutely believable....
Answered a Question in The Bear
The play The Bear is pretty unbelievable, when you really think about it. Here is a man who is owed money, a woman who has locked...
Answered a Question in Claudia Emerson
This is a great poem for visuals. Excellent. Besides the obvious images of a female lifeguard (preferably dressed as described in the...
Answered a Question in An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
This quote explains the first part:
"Circumstances of an imperious nature, which is is unnecessary to relate here, had...
Answered a Question in In Another Country
In the short story In Another Country, the major said a man must never marry. The main reason he said this was because he was...
Answered a Question in Hills Like White Elephants
In Hemingway's Hills Like White Elephants, the main character remains nameless and is only referred to as The American. There...
Answered a Question in History
Here are some points you could make and expand upon.
Sports, especially professional leagues, have become much more of a...
Answered a Question in Literature
If I were making this into a short film or drawing illustrations to go along with it, there are many different visuals I would create....
Answered a Question in The Lottery
The author of The Lottery gives veiled hints of the reason behind the yearly lottery, but doesn't flat out tell the reader why,...
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