Matthew Lopez 3/27/08 ENGL 200 Jabberwocky and the Use of Wordplay
Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky" is a very unique poem. The poem can be interpreted in multiple ways due to its creative and elaborate word play. Carroll delves into his mind once again
Matthew Lopez 3/6/08 The Road Not Taken Analysis "The Road Not Taken" is a well crafted poem written by Robert Frost. On the surface the poem may seem to tell the story of a lost traveler who dearly needs directions, but I assure there is more to it.
Matthew Lopez 3/11/08 House of Seven Gables Hawthorne hinted throughout "The House of Seven Gables" that Judge Pyncheon may have a hand in Clifford's incarceration for murder. This led me to believe that Clifford would take his revenge on the Judge o
Matthew Lopez 3/13/08 Professor Huff ENGL 200 Setting as a Crucial Element: The Negro Speaks of Rivers and The House of Seven Gables
In both Langston Hughes', "The Negro speaks of Rivers" and Nathaniel Hawthorne's, The House of seven Gables the sett