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As You Like It and Macbeth

General Macbeth and Oliver de Bois are the two characters of Shakespeare’s plays “The tragedy of Macbeth” and “As you like it” respectively.  In both

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The Short Story Part 3

Importance of historical context  Gilman published The Yellow Wallpaper in 1982. It was published at a time when women had few rights. For instance,

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The Short Story Part 2

Folkloric Elements of the Short Story While written literature provides readers with a tradition of texts, oral literature provides a

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The Short Story Part 1

A short story is a narrative prose that is centered on a particular event. There is a growing interest in the narrative across

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Much Ado About Nothing

Renaissance comedy follows a defined progression with the presence of order at the beginning of the play, chaos in the middle, and

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The Invisible Man (A Story that Rang True)

This poem was inspired by the novel The Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison   land of the free, home of the invisible,

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A New Day (A Black Man’s Perspective)

here we go again… I lie in bed, thinking I wasn’t going to wake, but did, another day, I get

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Poetry Nite: “The Sound of Sunset”

We’ve all seen that painting of the strange looking human with his (her?) hands on her (his?) face.  It’s called

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Romantic Writers and Self-love

The romantic era is marked by the romantic movement of art and literature; it focused on human emotions and tried

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Revenge theme in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Revenge is a recurrent theme in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet. Not only the main character Hamlet desires to take justice into his

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