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At the end of the short story, information is lost as well as a person’s life.  At the end of the story, the author is contemplating what knowledge they have lost following the demise of Abdul Karim. The writer uses…
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In “The Importance of Being Earnest” is a play full of irony to pass on word meanings that are the exact opposite of the actual ones. For instance, the word absurd is used to emphasize the absurdity and irrationality of human…
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“I Dream A World” poem has a key thematic concern built in a dream that focuses on equality as a desired goal, which apparently looks unachievable. Published in 1949, the poem addresses the oppressed status of African American during that…
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Act V of Hamlet brings out a vital theme showing that forgiveness is much better than revenge. Hamlet advances this theme in a scene where he asks for Laertes forgiveness and this is core to the evidence of the theme…
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Soma in the brave new world is a drug issued for free to all the World State citizens in small doses. It makes the users feel good when taken in the recommended small doses. When used in large amounts, it…
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Nineteen Eighty-Four is a novel simply known as 1984. It is a dystopian social science fiction work written by George Orwell and published in 1949. In this work of literature, big brother represents the Oceania oppressive government organized by the…
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Every work of literature has thematic concerns that the authors pass on to the readers. Moby Dick is not an exception. Thought the story, Moby Dick and his whiteness are presented as a symbol of various things that include Mother…
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A close look and analysis of chapter 28 of Moby-Dick symbolize an obsession with the past. This is seen in Ahab's plight as the writer shows how the surrounding has influenced and affected Ahab.  This is the highlight of the…
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American literature has been shaped over the years through the eyes of great writers and poets. Among those is Edgar Allan Poe is acknowledged for his contribution to writing detective story and horror literature. The detective story is unique writing…
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Edgar Allan Poe might be passing on a moral message by creating an emotional tone in “The Dall of the House of Usher.” He has put a specific emphasis on fear, looming doom and guilt around Roderick Usher, who is…
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The romantic period is a vital pillar in the history of literature and contributed immensely to modern writing. Notable features during this period was the poetry done by the writers then. They were concerned with the beauty of nature and…
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