Samples "Literature" (Page 3)


Rhetorical Strategies in the Article about Sustainability

Rhetorical strategies are an important part of writing. These strategies help writers to convince their readers of their ideas effectively. It is common to use these strategies and possible to use them without doing it intentionally. In order to use them more effectively, and to be more effective at understanding...

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995 words | 4 page(s)
We Have Always Lived in the Castle

Introduction All great authors, and even less than great authors, use literary devices. These literary techniques such as metaphor and wordplay sometimes contribute to the meaning of a story. This aspect of distinction might separate the good from the great authors, but nevertheless, I want to focus on some literary...

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1091 words | 5 page(s)
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The Man in the High Castle

Memories serve important decision-making and attitudinal roles. Childhood memories can shape the entire lives of individuals. Moreover, simply learning about the history of one’s family and country can trigger many of the same effects of one’s own memories. Philip Dick’s “The Man in the High Castle” presents an extraordinary look...

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612 words | 3 page(s)
Comparison between the Castle Of Otranto and the Last Confession of Alexander Pierce

For sure, both of these stories captivate those who have the pleasure of understanding the dominant themes prevalent in the pieces. Although they were written in different settings and timelines, their gothic interpretations have astounding similarities illustrated after much scrutiny if the texts.According to Harris, (24), Gothic literature is filled...

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971 words | 4 page(s)
Maya Angelou: Still I Rise

In order to fully appreciate this influential and captivating poem, it is essential to briefly introduce this “global renaissance woman” and how her background is interwoven into this poem’s theme. Maya Angelou was born in St. Lois, Missouri on April 4, 1928, and while she is well known for her...

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1048 words | 4 page(s)