Answered a Question in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Throughout the play, George and Martha spar viciously with one another and with their guests. It is unrelenting, but Martha has makes...
Answered a Question in Girl
Ah, but you do have a narrator: the narrator is the girl herself. Though many people have interpreted the story as a dialogue between...
Answered a Question in The Gilded Six-Bits
The most obvious theme in Zora Neale Hurston's The Gilded Six Bits can only be appreciated when one remembers the...
Answered a Question in Edward II
The dominant theme of Edward II is the theme of many of Marlowe's (and Shakespeare's) histories: the will to power and, ultimately,...
Answered a Question in Guide to Literary Terms
I think you're comparing apples with oranges here :-)
A talking dog would be an example of anthropomorphism. If you break it...
Answered a Question in A&P
Updike's A & P is rich in symbolism, but unless the reader is paying careful attention it is almost lost in the...
Answered a Question in Much Ado About Nothing
Well, a rose by any other name, etc. Two things: I think that it's important to remember that women of Hero's class and time didn't...
Answered a Question in A Rose for Emily
I think that it's representative of Miss Emily's incredible will: she insists on the world as *she* understands it and if that means...