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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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Great Expectations Book Review

Charles Dickens’ ‘Great expectations’ was written in 1860, and the book embodies familiar Victorian elements such as Victorian women and values, industrialization, the flaw of the judicial system, Victorian

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Pride and Prejudice and The Victorian Era

Pride and Prejudice was published in 1813, which was the peak of the Romantic movement in Victorian literature. The prime elements

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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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Macy
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Top 5 Novels That Will Undoubtedly Become Classics

Want to read modern-day classics?  These 5 novels are exactly what you’re searching for, because they will undoubtedly become all

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Beauty

Beauty! Beauty before me when I run Beauty behind me when I run Beauty above me when I run Beauty

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Macy
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Writing Tips: Exclamation! (And Why They Don’t Belong in Your Novel)

Exclamation.  All writers are tempted to use them.  Most writers do use them.  But are they lame?  Overused?  Unnecessary?  Yes,

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Romantic Poets and Nature

Romantic poets are known for their appreciation of natural beauty. They pay tribute to nature in every way. Especially, Keats

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Macy
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Top 5 Ways to Begin Your Novel

First thing’s first: Chapter 1…   Beginning a novel is, well…absolutely terrifying.  But you need to have a good start,

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MelissaString33
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This Love Cannot Be!

This Love Cannot Be! You’re the first one who falls in love Chatted and flirted with me Until I gave

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