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Martin Luther King
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Oliver Twist
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The Political Career of Richard Nixon
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Adam Cohen
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04 February 1997
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The Beginnings of a National Literary Tradition
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Julie Gibson
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Diversity is an attribute that is seen among people situations and cul
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Gulliver's Travels
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Mitchell Hochberg
Mitchell Hochberg
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Light Dark
Light / Dark Outline Thesis : In Macbeth, Shakespeare uses light and dark to bring out the ideas of good and understanding, and to show his audience the evil and hiding that take place during the play I. Intoduction (Tom) A. Readers see schemes fail; lead to destruction B. Many themes 1. Motifs 2. Help tie play together; reinforce themes C. Thesis II. Light (Aaron) A. Good; Shakespere uses this motif through the play to show his audience that goodness associated with light. 1. Day/Sun a. day br
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English 41596
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Ozymandias 1818
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The Rise of Gladiatorial Combat
The Rise of Gladiatorial Combat
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Exploring Sexuality in Taming of the Shrew
Exploring Sexuality in Taming of the Shrew
Exploring Sexuality in Taming of the Shrew Andrea Blacksten Shakespeare Plays Professor Christopher Human sexuality underlies many of the happenings of Taming of the Shrew. It affects the conflicts, theme, and resolution of the play. It becomes evident throughout the play that sexual behavior denotes whether a character is thought of as good or evil (not necessarily good evil as meant in conventional terms, but rather as a nice character versus a waspish or mean' character). In the beg
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Lars Kullberg
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