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Answered a Question in Julio Cortázar
There are any number of literary elements to choose from in "House Taken Over," but I can outline a few of the major ones here. Perhaps the simplest is that Cortázar uses a first-person point of...
Answered a Question in Wallace Stevens
"Bouquet of Roses in Sunlight" is a beautiful, simply written poem about metaphor, art, and how we see and interact with the world. If you peruse the eNotes analytical essay linked below, you'll...
Answered a Question in To Kill a Mockingbird
In Chapter 17, Sheriff Heck Tate testifies in court during Tom Robinson's trial; he answers to both the Ewells' lawyer and Atticus, and there is a good deal of back-and-forth and clarifying and...
Answered a Question in Francis Bacon
An aphoristic writing style is characterized by direct, straightforward, and pithy language. It does not mince words and does not waste time on embellishment or flowery language. Bacon's essays are...
Answered a Question in The Flowers
"The Flowers" by Alice Walker is a very short story, and because of its length, there is not a terrible amount of explicit detail about setting. But thanks to Walker's prowess as a short story...
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