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  • The Town In The Town Of Treegap

    Treegap is the village where Tuck Everlasting takes place. It has a wood, a road, a cottage, a jailhouse and gallows. The road that goes through Treegap is long and windy. The author uses personification to describe how it twists and turns. The road wasn’t really much of a road, it is more like a rock path, but in the epilogue of the book it gets covered in tarmac. The cottage has a touch-me-not appearance that makes it look very proud of itself. It was a square house with perfectly cut grass…

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  • Corruption In Hawthorne's Young Goodman Brown

    first two characters introduced both seem innocent as can be. In “Young Goodman Brown,” Hawthorne creates a fictional character who decides to meet the devil in the forest. Hawthorne uses Brown’s weakness in faith, loss of innocence, fear of the wilderness, and witchcraft to illustrate the corruptibility of Puritan society. The forest, dark and evil, represented the deceit and darkness of man’s heart. Just as Brown could not trust the shadows and figures he saw hidden in the forest, he could…

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  • Comparing The Star 'And John Keats' Choose Something Like A Star

    Love is the magic that holds the world together. People search and hope to find their soul mate. In today’s world, loving one individual for the rest of your life is the ultimate goal. Love is not easy and it is never certain. In his romantic poem “Bright Star, would I were stedfast as thou art,” John Keats admires the steadfastness of the star, and how the speaker wishes he could be in the same situation as the star with his love. On the contrary, Robert Frost, in his poem “Choose Something…

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  • Similarities Between Nathaniel Hawthorne And Edgar Allan Poe

    “Young Goodman Brown.” The Norton Anthology of American Literature. Ed. Reidhead. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1979. 619-628. Poe, Edgar Allan. “Ligeia.” The Norton Anthology of American Literature. Ed. Reidhead. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1979…

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  • Father Desmet: A Short Story

    It was seven miles to the dock and the packet steamer, the St. Ange. After about a mile Father DeSmet broke the silence, “Christian, did the superior tell you to come back to us?” “No.” “He said it to me.” “Did you have plans otherwise?” Father DeSmet creased his lower lip ever so slightly as he replied, “No, not exactly…It’s only that, for many years I have hoped, even prayed, that I might die in the missions.” Father Hoecken’s eyes serenely appraised his friend. Father DeSmet never noticed,…

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  • Examples Of Epilogue To The Enchanted Forest

    CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO Fearsome Battle in the Enchanted Forest The silver sun was slipping out of sight, as we inched our way over a rickety wooden bridge. On the far side, there was a tiny path leading down a slight slope. Not even a path really, more like clues—a snapped twig here—some tramped down weeds over there. We followed the clues until the ground became thick with fallen limbs and decaying pine needles. Then we wedged between the thickets into the Enchanted Forest and I could sense the…

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  • Compare And Contrast Young Goodman Brown And The Cask Of Amontillado

    Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne and The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe, both authors make biblical connections to the devil thru their characters Montresor and the traveler. Whom share similarities and are deceivers, embodiments of the devil who masquerade themselves as trustworthy…

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  • Outline On Julia Alvarez's Short Story 'Snow'

    Midterm Reverse Outline 2017 Directions: Using your Midterm writing, fill in the parts of the outline next to the description. Do not add in, yet. This is simply a way for you to see what information you did and did not provide. It might be helpful to use black font, rather than the PINK Controlling Idea (CI): xxxxxxxx Literary Element (LE): Define the LE: Symbolism... the snow represents the bomb INTRO: Begin with a general statement: Something about the Controlling Idea but not…

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  • The Evil Haunted Shrub: A Short Story

    interested in the mysterious aspects of life, so when I heard that tonight the forest would consist of such an evil, I had to scope it out. Eek! I shouted, as I stumbled over a rock the size of a boulder. Then of course, I slipped on a pile of fallen brown leaves, rushed down the mountain, and roughly landed face down in a mound of dirt. When I finally trusted that my arms had regained their strength from being toppled upon I sat up to see what I thought was a figment of my imagination.…

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  • Past And Present In Hawthorne's Young Goodman Brown

    Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne, a Salem villager named Goodman Brown ventures on a sinful journey into the woods to meet with a mysterious elderly man. Goodman Brown’s discussion with the man as well as the demoniac activities he witnesses while travelling through the woods cause him to no longer believe in the goodness of the people of his Puritanical community. Goodman Brown believes that his father and grandfather withhold goodness, prior to his conversation with the man. Goodman Brown…

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