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Roses for Who?
Faulkner's extensive authorial power in "A Rose for ?mily" looms evident in the design of a large Southern go...Details
Heart of Darkness
That darkness took the form of imperialism and racism. In "Heart of Darkness" Kurtz embodied both of these id...Details
John Grisham's "The Testament"
The Testament begins to take place in a busy city in Washington. On the fourteenth story of a law firm. "On a clea...Details
Sources of Information about Individuals
Information about individuals, groups related to race, gender, socioeconomic class and cultural identities can be obtain...Details
Violating a Social Norm and the Observable Result
People’s characteristics and behaviors become known to those around us depending on how we act, speak, and relate...Details
"The Open Boat"
The story The Open Boat by Stephen Crane begins with a narrative of four men who have survived a shipwreck and are strug...Details