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“Unbowed: A Memoir” by Wangari Maathai Unbowed is a compelling and inspiring memoir of the first environmentalist African woman to have earned the honor of being awarded a Nobel Peace Prize. Wangari Maathai takes the reader through from her childhood until she becomes a professor. Through... [ view article ]

Tag:Autobiography EssayMemoirsWangari Maathai

2 Pages

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Words: 550

“The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald Introduction The following is a literature review of the book The Great Gatsby. The paper will analyze the symbolic technique Fitzgerald used in coming up with the novel. The essay will demonstrate a brief thesis of what the colors symbolized... [ view article ]

Tag:F. Scott FitzgeraldnovelThe Great Gatsby

2 Pages

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“The Circle” by Dave Egger Technological Advancement comes with a price In Dave Egger’s novel “”The circle”” there is the existence of a technological company in America that is growing at a very high rate. The company is called The Circle, and it was founded... [ view article ]

Tag:Dave EggerDystopiaThe Circle

4 Pages

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Words: 1109

Madman’s Diary by Lu Xun Introduction Lu Xun was a tremendous short writer; his famous contributions to the modern Chinese literature are well known across the different realms of study. His life experiences led him from the streets of China to the corners of Japan... [ view article ]

Tag:Chinaculturesymbolism

4 Pages

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Words: 1178

Hope for Ramatoulaye in “So Long Letter” by Mariama Ba According to Ba, Mariama (7), the main character for Mariama Ba’s So Long Letter is Ramatoulaye. From the text, we learn that Ramatoulaye has written a letter to Assiatou who is her best friend expressing herself and how she plans... [ view article ]

Tag:Mariama BanovelSo Long Letter

2 Pages

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Words: 632

Ambivalence in a “Passage to India” by E. M. Forster Ambivalence is the state in which two parties have contradictory ideas, feelings or attitude regarding each other or something. In the novel, A Passage to India by Forster ambivalence illustrates the ambiguous way in which colonizer and the colonized regarded... [ view article ]

Tag:E. M. ForsternovelPassage to India

5 Pages

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Words: 1586

“Survival in Auschwitz” by Primo Levi Primo Levi was captured shortly after joining a small group of anti-Fascist partisans who were hiding in the forests of Italy. He was then sent to prison in Italy by the Fascists in 1943, then after a short period, all... [ view article ]

Tag:MemoirsPrimo LeviSurvival in Auschwitz

5 Pages

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Words: 1434

“The Use of Force” by William Carlos Williams and “Hills Like White Elephant” by Ernest Hemingway Throughout life, individuals are forced to undergo numerous amounts of stressful pressures and experiences from other people in their daily lives. This is as a result of emerging conflict and mostly it’s their choice to decide how they are going... [ view article ]

Tag:Hills Like White Elephantshort storiesThe Use of Force

3 Pages

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Words: 896

Authors purpose for writing Hamlet The Hamlet by Shakespeare is captivating and has attracted many readers to it for various reasons. There are some who read it for entertainment, criticism, education, and enlightenment. The Hamlet has a tragic tonality linked to the characters to the... [ view article ]

Tag:HamletplayWilliam Shakespeare

3 Pages

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Words: 881

“One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich” by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Introduction The story of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn in Soviet Literature is unusual because of the basis of raw materials used. It shows cult of personality that carried painful features in the development that debunks in the party. The feature seems to... [ view article ]

Tag:Aleksandr SolzhenitsynnovelOne Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich

5 Pages

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Words: 1447

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