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Superstition in the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Superstition in the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller [i:bef3392f86]Grade Received:[/i:bef3392f86] B SALEM WITCH TRIALS S...

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Anonymous Published on 04/13/2005 5870 Reads Literature

Nabokov’s Pnin seen Stonehill’s Views on Self-Conscious

Nabokov’s Pnin seen through the lens of Stonehill’s views on the self-conscious novel Nabokov’s Pnin is a novel that incorpora...

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Anonymous Published on 04/20/2005 5993 Reads Literature

Author Eudora Welty's Success as a Writer

Author Eudora Welty's Success as a Writer Edward Gibbon once said in Memoirs, “My early and invincible love of reading, I woul...

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Anonymous Published on 04/20/2005 7264 Reads Literature

Early American Literature and Portrayal of Hardships

A Spell of Plague Every person has gone through an assortment of obstacles in their lives. Whether the challenges were good o...

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Anonymous Published on 04/24/2005 8657 Reads Literature

Themes in 1984 by George Orwell

Themes in Orwell’s 1984 Psychological control is a major theme occurring in 1984 and Orwell proves this theme is possible by g...

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punk_devil05 Published on 05/11/2005 35835 Reads Literature

Song of Solomon - The Dead legacy

Toni Morrison's "Song of Solomon" is a masterful example of the tradition of American mythical literature as developed by the gian...

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Gotskillz Published on 05/22/2005 6525 Reads Literature

Song of Solomon - A Rediscovery Of The Power Within

Song of Solomon, Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison's lyrically written third novel begins with a captivating scene: a ...

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Gotskillz Published on 05/22/2005 7530 Reads Literature

Oppressing Face of Madness in the Mirror of Society

The Oppressing Face of Madness in the Mirror of Society For centuries women in life and literature were often portrayed as sub...

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Anonymous Published on 05/27/2005 4392 Reads Literature

Catcher in the Rye - Review

The storyline is remarkably intriguing and is exceptionally simple. The reason for this book's success, in my opinion, is the way ...

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Quest4Glory Published on 05/28/2005 12373 Reads Literature

"Paul's Case" and Death Of A Salesman

Comparing Paul's Case and Death Of A Salesman The story “Paul’s Case” by Willa Cather, and the play Death of a Salesman by Arth...

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Anonymous Published on 06/14/2005 11622 Reads Literature

The Beauties of Excess in Absalom, Absalom!

The Beauties of Excess in Absalom, Absalom! As physical beings we exist in that spatial-temporal order designated as "nature." ...

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Quest4Glory Published on 06/19/2005 2921 Reads Literature

Absalom, Absalom! - The Most Faulknerian Faulkner Book

This novel is a historical reconstruction by the fictional Quentin Compson (from "The Sound and the Fury") of the long ago rise of...

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Quest4Glory Published on 06/19/2005 4340 Reads Literature

The Aeneid - Fitzgerald's translation

Roman society was enamoured of Greek culture -- many of the best 'Roman' things were Greek; the major gods were derivative of the ...

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Gotskillz Published on 06/19/2005 6637 Reads Literature

Alice in Wonderland - "Curiouser and curiouser!"

My first exposure to Lewis Carroll's classic children's story was through the 1951 Disney film adaptation "Alice in Wonderland," w...

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Gotskillz Published on 06/19/2005 6296 Reads Literature

All the King's Men - Reader Thoughts

It is extremely hard to sit down and write a review for any piece of classic literature for there is very little a reviewer can sa...

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Gotskillz Published on 06/19/2005 5999 Reads Literature

All the Pretty Horses - Hospitality, Religion, Freedom

Since the early 1900's, America has greatly progressed industrially and technologically, thus causing the early 1990's publication...

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Anonymous Published on 06/19/2005 7797 Reads Literature

The Awakening - The Evolution of Edna

In Kate Chopin’s novel The Awakening, Edna Pontellier is forced to strive to fit in with everyone and everything around her. Born ...

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Anonymous Published on 06/19/2005 4647 Reads Literature

Is Fahrenheit 451 the Next Step in the Evolution of the Tale

The genre of the tale has evolved over hundreds of years. A tale is a piece of literature that seldom has well developed characte...

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Anonymous Published on 06/19/2005 8226 Reads Literature

Animal Farm - "Four legs good, two legs bad!!!"

"Animal Farm" by George Orwell was never required reading for me when I was in school, so it took me some time to finally get arou...

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JarJarBinks Published on 06/19/2005 4910 Reads Literature

Animal Farm - The Power of Words

"Animal farm" is to this day one of the best attempts to criticize a totalitarian regime through the means that literature provide...

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JarJarBinks Published on 06/19/2005 9058 Reads Literature

Animal Farm - The Biggest Pig in the Barnyard

The story of "Animal Farm" is set on Manor Farm, where the animals are badly treated by their cruel and incompetent owner Mr Jones...

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JarJarBinks Published on 06/19/2005 5311 Reads Literature

Anthem - Reactionary Narcissism Camouflaged by Freedom Ideas

Ayn Rand migrated from the Communist U.S.S.R. with a righteous anger. Not only was she as an individual demeaned by lack of a pers...

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SchoolStinks! Published on 06/19/2005 4121 Reads Literature

Atlas Shrugged and Rand's Objectivism

...... and the world tumbled down !!!! "Atlas Shrugged" is an interesting tale, almost with a fable-like quality in its use of...

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AtillaThaHun Published on 06/19/2005 4387 Reads Literature

Babbit - Misunderstood?

Odd, isn't it, that George F. Babbitt should be one of the most reviled characters in American literature? What, after all, is his...

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Anonymous Published on 06/21/2005 3420 Reads Literature

Antigone...hero Or Fool?

In Greek literature, a tragic hero is based upon an individual having several of the following qualities: having a high social pos...

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Anonymous Published on 06/21/2005 9161 Reads Literature

The Tell Tale Heart and Edgar Allan Poe’s Schizophrenia

The Tell Tale Heart and Edgar Allan Poe’s Schizophrenia Edgar Allan Poe is acknowledged today as one of the most brilliant and ...

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Anonymous Published on 06/21/2005 14859 Reads Literature

Dracula - Easily the best horror novel ever written

Dracula - Easily the best horror novel ever written Bram Stoker's Dracula is, hands down, the greatest horror novel ever writte...

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Anonymous Published on 06/29/2005 4617 Reads Literature

Dracula: A Classic for a Reason!

Everybody knows the usual tales of vampires and the supernatural. Or, at least, they thought they did. Dracula, by Bram Stoker, is...

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Anonymous Published on 06/29/2005 3999 Reads Literature

Dracula - Most Influential Vampire Still Entertaining

Dracula - Most Influential Vampire Still Entertaining In 1897, Bram Stoker's "Dracula" was published in Great Britain. It was ...

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Anonymous Published on 06/29/2005 5218 Reads Literature

Dracula - It's the Best Way to Absorb the Dracula Myth

Dracula - It's the Best Way to Absorb the Dracula Myth Bram Stoker had absolutely no idea just what sort of monster he was crea...

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Anonymous Published on 06/29/2005 3882 Reads Literature