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Answered a Question in Robert Browning
The moral question that this poem brings up is how dangerous is it to be truthful in a relationship? Is it possible that telling the truth can be more harmful than lying? For the speaker, truth...
Answered a Question in The Charge of the Light Brigade
The answer to this all depends on which soldiers you are referring to. If you are just referring to the soldiers within the brigade itself, Tennyson states in every stanza that there are 600...
Answered a Question in The Road Not Taken
Both "Birches" and "The Road Not Taken" are naturalist poems that deal with interactions between man and nature. More specifically, they use nature to explore man's contemplation of choices made in...
Answered a Question in The Prince
Machiavelli claims that reputation is gained as a Prince by committing great deeds that keep the populace entertained. These great deeds show "proof of his capacity" as a Prince. Not only does the...
Answered a Question in Thomas Moore
The most critical note someone can make about the concept of Utopia throughout literature is expressed clearly in Thomas More's novel. This is the note that Utopia exists only in the mind, and...
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