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  • Sylvia Plath's Reflection Of The Mirror In The Heart Of The Mirror

    I have no preconceptions.” This tells the reader something interesting because silver is something that we all picture the moon. The moon reflects the sun and the mirror reflects everything. The mirror also tells us that it has no before thoughts of what happens. In the second and third lines the mirror tells us “Whatever I see I swallow immediately just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike.” What this means is that the mirror will take what it gets immediately and show it back exactly how it…

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  • Analysis Of Do Not Go Gentle By Dylan Thomas

    Poetry is a writing form that allows deep meaning to be summarized in just a few lines. Popular poetry topics can range from anything between love and hate, and joy and despair. Much of the time, poems are created through use of writing devices that are not always understood without deeper inspection. In Do Not Go Gentle, Dylan Thomas uses a repetitive villanelle form, nature imagery, and patterns of sound to create a message of defiance towards death of old age. The poem is organized as a…

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  • Parallel Plot In George Orwell's Animal Farm

    Animal Farm is set in the English countryside on a farm. This farm begins as a human-run farm, like all other farms in England. However; one night, Old Major --the oldest pig-- gathers all the animals of the farm and tells them about the animal revolution that his mother told him. A few months after Old Major’s death, the animals rebel. Animal Farm, by George Orwell, is about how the farm survives for the first 10 years or so of its being controlled by animals. All works of literature use…

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  • Let America Be America By Langston Hughes Analysis

    This final metaphor elicits a hopelessness that confirms McKay’s opinion of the American Dream once and for all. Although he battled with both positives and negatives throughout the sonnet, it becomes clear, he believes the American Dream is dead. Sharing this pessimistic…

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  • Analysis Of Assimilation, American Style By Peter Salins

    been Americanized, while still holding on to their previous cultural history, has advanced the country and because of this Salins feels that the use of metaphors like "the melting pot," fail the meaning and purpose of what assimilation in America really does or means. As mentioned in the article, "The greatest failing of the melting pot metaphor is that it overreaches." Salins believes that the melting pot defeats assimilation because the melting pot is more about being able to differentiate…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Professions For Women By Virginia Woolf

    She clearly communicates these ideas creatively through the use of key metaphors: the angel and the empty rooms. Her first metaphor, “The Angel of the House”, is described as her phantom. The Angel prevents Woolf from expressing her true thoughts in order conform with society 's expectations of women. She symbolically kills this phantom in order to completely…

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  • Opal Buloni's Analysis Of Because Of Winn-Dixie

    There is a language difficulty level in Because of Winn-Dixie novel as it incorporatesd background knowledge, theme, symbolism, text length, plot, and vocabulary, language conventionality in figurative language /idiomatic language/dialects, similes, metaphors, and idioms. Howeveridioms. However, this novel has a real life application and captures the attention of students quickly based on the adventures of Opal andwith her newly dogacquired pet,…

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  • Themes In Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde By Robert Louis Stevenson

    out of my body’ suggests that this woman is incredibly beautiful and has complete hold of the protagonist’s heart. Also, when the main character said that his heart ‘swelled’ when she put his wedding ring on her finger, it used the technique of metaphors. An example of Stevenson using sophisticated vocabulary was when he used ‘hithertopyly’ instead of however. By using this word instead of however it essentially ‘mixed things up’ and made the vocabulary choices more exciting; he didn’t use the…

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  • Still I Rise By Maya Angelou Analysis Essay

    Using metaphors and imagery, she explains how she rises above the hatred of racists. Angelou grew up in 1930’s America where racism towards African Americans was at an all-time high. In “Still I Rise” it is made clear that Angelou faced the actions of racists as…

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  • Analysis Of SALT By Maurice Gee

    SALT by Maurice Gee is a very unique and aberrant novel, as it is set in the future where the dictatorship, called ‘Company’, rules the land leaving most of the population to live in poverty. While the poor have nothing, the rich, white ruling families of the Company live in a gated community with maids and nannies and lavish lifestyles. SALT follows the two completely opposite characters, Pearl and Hari. Pearl is the beautiful daughter of Bowles, a ruling family. Whereas Hari is a dark skinned…

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