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The Hard Times of Edgar Allan Poe

American author, Edgar Allan Poe led a lonely and destitute life, surrounded by poverty and death. His life proves to be ironic when compared to his published work. Poe was known for his dark style, prose, and language. Author and … Continue reading

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Female Sexuality in Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus: Lavinia and Tamora

  There is an irony to the fact that Lavinia and Tamora are the only women in the Shakespearian tragedy Titus Andronicus.  These two women are the complete opposites of one another in almost every aspect, representing two spectrums of … Continue reading

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“The Invisible Man” by Ralph Ellison: An Analysis

SUMMARY Invisible Man is an American literary classic. It tells the story of a nameless man who is invisible. He is invisible both literal and physical. Invisibility is literal because he is ignored by mainstream society. The invisibility is also … Continue reading

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The Use of Language in The Story of the Hour

The Story of the Hour, is a short story by Kate Chopin that literally tells, “the story of the hour”. In this hour, an older woman learns that her husband has been killed. Over joyed by her husband’s death, she … Continue reading

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Othello and the Aristotle Tragedy

Shakespeare is recognized worldwide as play write and poet. He came from a time and era when the stage was at its height producing a variety of stage plays across genera’s including comedies, tragedies, and histories. Many of these plays … Continue reading

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