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Answered a Question in Galileo's Daughter
Pope Urban's support of Galileo existed more on a personal one than a public one. The Pope was not directly behind Galileo's heresy trial however he did not make any move to override the decision...
Answered a Question in On the Road
Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road” and William S. Burroughs’ “Naked Lunch” are quite different in style and context. A lot of people tend to put them in the same category since they are two of the major...
Answered a Question in In Cold Blood
Truman Capote is the master of description. Holcomb comes alive in the mind of the reader when Capote talks about the rural location, bucolic landscape and small town feel of the Kansas town. One...
Answered a Question in The Catcher in the Rye
You have a good memory. Holden Caulfield did live in New York and was particularly fond of Greenwich Village. Holden met Jane Gallagher when their families were on summer vacation in Maine. The...
Answered a Question in Literature
This is one of those answers that has changed and become muddled since it was first used by the Greeks. Originally, comedy was a noun and referred to the play itself. Comic was an adjective that...
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