Antigone and A Dolls’ House

Throughout the evolution of literature, Greek through Modern, exposition has remained vital to the comprehension of literary work. In most pieces, contemporary or not, the author uses exposition to provide background information on main characters or past important events. Exposition can help to explain a character’s motive, personality or relationships with others. In Jean Anouilh’s […]

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The Fall of the House of Usher

Roderick Usher is a complicated character who seems to be both physically and mentally unstable; on top of that he is also terrified. What is he so afraid of that causes him to act this way towards Madeline and the others? It is because he had committed incest, hence a sense of guilt for his […]

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Everyday Use

The story that I chose to do my character analysis was Everyday use and the character that was chose was Dee. She was the jealous and confrontational one among her family members, while as an individual she searches for special meaning and a stronger sense of self. Dee’s judgmental nature has affected Mama and Maggie, […]

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Character Analysis: Romulus My Father

Romulus achieves a sense of belonging to his community through work. It is clear that Romulus feels the way to belong to a community is through hard work and through proving his ‘worth’ to that community. 1950s rural Australia tolerated immigrants, however rarely accepted them as individuals and respect usually had to be earned. This […]

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The Hobbit: Character Analysis of Bilbo

Have you ever had to make a change in your life and been scared about what might happen? I have gone through such a change in mine and so has a character called Bilbo. In The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien the main character, Bilbo Baggins, a simple hobbit who goes on an adventure that changed […]

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Holden Caulfield and Depression

Depression can be caused by many different triggers including loss or death, which is identified in “Catcher in the Rye,” a novel written by J. D Salinger. The protagonist; Holden Caulfield becomes seriously depressed to the point where he cannot deal with people and every day life around him. The author describes Holden as a […]

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The Chrysanthemums versus A Rose for Emily

The analysis of literary elements such as plot, symbolism and character development will be explored in this essay as they pertain to the stories “A Rose for Emily” and “The Chrysanthemums”. The story by John Steinbeck “The Chrysanthemums” revolves around the main character of Elise whose main identity is of a wife, however the complexities […]

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Deconstructing Pecola Breedlove: A Character Analysis

A closed reading of Toni Morrison’s Bluest Eyes clearly shows that Pecola Breedlove extends beyond being the novel’s central character. Pecola Breedlove cannot be simply described as a mere fictional character whose only wish is to have fascinating blue eyes. Contrary to what many perceive, Pecola Breedlove’s story continue to exist. It did not merely […]

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Rock Springs Unleashed

A person’s sentiment is most often triggered when a heart warming story captivates the compassion of a reader. In this certain point, a reader tends to shoe the role played by a character and is able to relate basing on one’s experiences. Most readers dwell more on the dramatic events of a story, poetry of […]

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