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Introduction The debate over different things that forms influencing factors in shaping or reshaping the thinking of individuals is death is life’s ending. Death remains to constitute by the loss of individual capacity to sustain them using vital processes. Death remains to be less feared as it has an enormous impact on the Western thought […]

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The following research is a precise comparative analysis between the “Play” by Samuel Beckett and “A Raisin in the Sun” by Lorraine Hansberry. The “Play” is a one-act play written by the year 1962 and the year 1963 by Samuel Beckett. The Play mainly consists of three main characters that are a man (M) and […]

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The Impact of New Deal on the Great Depression
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As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner
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The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
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The Main Characters Of The Book Thief
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Superlative Power
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Popular Questions About Literature

What are the 3 types of literature?
Have you ever felt pretty overwhelmed by all the different types of literature out there? There is a lot, but luckily they all fit under just three major genres. The rest are all sub-genres, and even the subgenres have subgenres. The three major genres are Prose, Drama, and Poetry.