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Of Mice and Men - Reflection

OF MICE AND MEN (1937) is a simplistic and straight forward novella written by John Steinbeck, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winnin...

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Anonymous Published on 07/08/2005 8572 Reads Literature

Tortilla Flat - Paisanos, Camaraderie, Unemployment, & W

Tortilla Flat - Paisanos, Camaraderie, Unemployment, and a Bottle of Wine John Steinbeck is the ultimate storyteller. In fact, ...

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Anonymous Published on 07/08/2005 5956 Reads Literature

East of Eden - The Eternal Struggle

John Steinbeck's EAST OF EDEN was not well received by critics when it debuted in the 1950s, and although passing years have seen ...

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Anonymous Published on 07/08/2005 5265 Reads Literature

Oedipus Rex - The Blind Leading the Blind

Blindness In Oedipus Rex - The Blind Leading the Blind Some say that ignorance is bliss. Perhaps this is true. If one is unawar...

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Anonymous Published on 07/11/2005 7376 Reads Literature

Moby Dick - An Adult Book of a Different Kind

Moby-Dick - An Adult Book of a Different Kind Moby Dick is strictly for adults, which is not to say it's salacious or titillati...

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Anonymous Published on 07/19/2005 2739 Reads Literature

Beowulf: Questioning the Accuracy Of Oral Tradition

Beowulf: Questioning the Accuracy Of Oral Tradition Throughout history, storytellers, or bards, have used the oral method of pa...

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Anonymous Published on 07/25/2005 5472 Reads Literature

Holy Sonnet 7 - A Historical/Topical Approach

Holy Sonnet 7 - A Historical/Topical Approach As if Thou hadst sealed my pardon with Thy blood” ends a poem written by a man to...

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Anonymous Published on 07/27/2005 12925 Reads Literature

“Africa” Under Study

“Africa” Under Study “Her screams loud and vain” (“Africa” 21), “her history slain” (“Africa” 23), “two Niles her tears” these...

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Anonymous Published on 07/28/2005 12250 Reads Literature

Naturalism and Stephen Crane's "The Open Boat"

Naturalism and Stephen Crane's "The Open Boat" Naturalism is frequently cited as one of the dominant literary movements of 19th...

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Anonymous Published on 07/31/2005 25863 Reads Literature

Insecurity from Security - ''Once Upon a Time'' Relation

Insecurity from Security - ''Once Upon a Time''Relation If someone is insecure, it means that he or she is not confident, not s...

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Anonymous Published on 08/01/2005 6679 Reads Literature

Doppleganger in Willialm Wilson

DOPPELGANGER IN WILLIAM WILSON Literature is one of the most beautiful and entertaining forms of art in history. Forms of liter...

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Anonymous Published on 08/08/2005 9729 Reads Literature

Ken Kesey's One Flew Over Cuckoo's Nest

Ken Kesey's One Flew Over Cuckoo's Nest The Viking Critical Library edition of Ken Kesey's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" is...

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Anonymous Published on 08/14/2005 12482 Reads Literature

Biography of Chaim Potok

Biography of Chaim Potok Chaim Potok, born Herman Harold Potok, was the son of Polish immigrants and was reared in an Orthodox ...

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Anonymous Published on 08/16/2005 3880 Reads Literature

Poe's Literature Induces Gothic Feelings and Moods

Poe's Literature Induces Gothic Feelings and Moods When reading a work by Edgar Allan Poe, one is drawn into a strange and dist...

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Anonymous Published on 08/25/2005 8083 Reads Literature

Analysis Of Gurov And Krebs From The Stories Lady w/ Pet Dog

Analysis Of Gurov And Krebs From The Stories Lady With The Pet Dog And Soilders Home The Greatest Gamble Love is determin...

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Anonymous Published on 08/31/2005 9600 Reads Literature

Jerome David Salinger: A Deeper Insight in his Novel

Jerome David Salinger: A Deeper Insight Jerome David (J.D.) Salinger is arguably one of the most talented American authors st...

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Anonymous Published on 09/14/2005 3613 Reads Literature

marriage as ideology in contemporary and classic literature

3. Her husband the relater she preferred Before the Angel, and of him to ask Chose rather; he, she knew, would...

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Anonymous Published on 11/03/2005 2337 Reads Literature

How Beowulf Qualifies As An Epic Hero

How Beowulf Qualifies As An Epic Hero (unfinished) Beowulf is the main character of the Anglo-Saxon epic poem, Beowulf. In thi...

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Anonymous Published on 12/24/2005 9251 Reads Literature

The Stolen Party

The Stolen Party For some time now I have been attempting to delve into modern literature outside the English tradition. This o...

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Anonymous Published on 12/24/2005 11109 Reads Literature

The Crucible-symploic Significance Of Sunlight

The Crucible-symploic Significance Of Sunlight In literature, sunlight generally functions as a universal symbol for truth and/...

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Anonymous Published on 12/30/2005 4824 Reads Literature

Tree of Red Stars - Symbols

Tree of Red Stars - Symbols My assignment was to find symbols in this book and to illustrate what they are doing to illuminate ...

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Anonymous Published on 01/01/2006 3051 Reads Literature

Inferno : Imagery

Inferno : Imagery Imagery is the descriptive language used in literature to recreate sensory experiences. Inferno, by Dante Ali...

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Anonymous Published on 01/03/2006 8466 Reads Literature

Beowulf

Beowulf We can overlook the strange nature of the alien creatures who ride horses and terrorize the northern community that sta...

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Anonymous Published on 01/05/2006 6692 Reads Literature

What makes Stephen Crane's "The Open Boat" good li

What makes a short story a good piece of literature? A good story should be "descriptive." Description refers to the detail a writ...

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JimmyKudo Published on 02/07/2006 16795 Reads Literature

Classicism in literature

Classicism and Romanticism Toward the end of the eighteenth-century, Romanticism emerged as a response to Classicism. Even tho...

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Anonymous Published on 02/15/2006 16952 Reads Literature

Raffaello Sanzio/ Renassiance Italian Artist

Raffaello Sanzio 1483-1520 Raphael was born in Urbino, Rome on April the 6, 1483. Interestingly, he was born on a Good Friday...

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Anonymous Published on 02/19/2006 4902 Reads Literature

Gullivers Travels

On the surface, Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver's Travels appears to be a travel journal, made to record the adventures of a man, Lemuel...

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char_muse Published on 03/19/2006 9189 Reads Literature

Hardy's Portrayal of Femal Characters in English Literature

[size=18:6fee2ed2ba]'How does Hardy portray female characters in his short stories?'[/size:6fee2ed2ba] English Litrature 'Thomas ...

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Anonymous Published on 03/23/2006 7391 Reads Literature

Children’s Literature and the Holocaust

Children’s Literature and the Holocaust During the 1940’s Jewish Europeans experienced an unthinkable and atrocious collective...

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Anonymous Published on 04/16/2006 6756 Reads Literature

What is Modernism?

Modernism Essay Modernism as a theory refers to love to whatever is modern. It has to do with a literary writing. It aims at a ...

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amany kamal Published on 05/26/2006 3456 Reads Literature