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Answered a Question in Hamlet
If I were you, I'd start by thinking about the main character, Hamlet. One big clue to understanding his anxiety can be found in each soliloquy. Since he's talking out loud to himself (and us)...
Answered a Question in Atonement
Well, McEwan's book is really about writing, isn't it. Briony is a flawed writer from page one: scribbling, making order, imagining, creating for herself a central role in a drama about herself...
Answered a Question in Pride and Prejudice
There are so many wonderful moments in Pride and Prejudice that it's hard to limit it to one "part." I think the most compelling scene for me as a teacher is the moment when Elizabeth is visiting...
Answered a Question in Great Expectations
In chapter 54, Magwitch and Compeyson begin a fight and go overboard in the water where Magwitch either kills Compeyson, or Compeyson is overcome by wounds/water/injuries. No one knows exactly...
Answered a Question in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Mainly, Huck and Jim avoid being seen by travelling at night, and then tying up the raft and sleeping during the day. Twain writes some beautiful descriptions of the night sky and travelling that...
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