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Marxists Ideas In “Things Fall Apart”

Classes In society Even in the tribal setting of Things Fall Apart, everyone clearly has a role in the society. Those stronger lead the tribe, but instead of economic strength, our protagonists demonstrate physical strength, and this is what divides them and drives them in there society. We see that those who lose those fights […]

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Escape

  The book Ready Player One by Ernest Cline is set in a future world where people with poor living conditions escape the terrible reality with a virtual world. The theme of the regular lives replaced with life in a virtual reality is constantly present throughout the novel and this motivates the protagonists to use […]

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Mabel the Boss

The exposition begins with the main protagonist Mabel Pines on a couch with her brother and great-uncle Stan Pines. The story is set in the “Mystery Shack” a tourist attraction located in a mysterious forest. The three are watching a show they are obviously familiar with, the “cash wheel”. This scene illustrates the family friendliness […]

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Tell Tale Heart Perspective Writing

    Reflection: I kept in mind many other examples of second person pieces of literature. I also remembered that the change of perspective is not only changing pronouns to “you” but also adapting the text for the reader to understand more thoroughly.   A different perspective can completely change how the reader interprets a […]

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50 Below Zero

Have you made a terrible mistake? A mistake so bad that you think the sun won’t rise tomorrow? Well for our main protagonist in the short story  “To Build a Fire” by Jack London, the sun actually won’t rise tomorrow. In fact, the sun doesn’t really rise at all. “There was no sun or promise […]

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