On top of what Marcus and Lea have already stated about the definition of the
Elysian Field, I believe there is amore straightforward connection. Seeing as
how Stanley was in the military, a direct correlation between his work as a
modern warrior and the
Trying not to succumb to Andovericus
Harry Potter love potion much?
Stanley wouldn'tt hurt a fly, let alone
One of those, hell nah dat aint true
Is knows the truth, doesn't believe it
Dramatic Literature- 5/5/14
Twelfth Night Essay
In every story there must be a defining moment, a clear illumination of purpose. In
William Shakespeares Twelfth Night, an innocent question portrays the underlying feeling of
the entire play.
Dramatic Literature 5/19/14
Everyone has a set amount of intangible quantized units of representational
measure that represent the level of character development within themselves. The
limit as the vector sum of all m
AP English- 9/21/14
In Eudora Weltys, Why I Live at the P.O., the character of Shirley T. expresses
more than just who exactly she is. Shirley T. simultaneously represents the desires and
problems of both Mama and Stella-Rond
AP English 9/7/14
Sonnys Blues Essay
Sonnys Blues by James Baldwin uses both Sonnys blues and the blues of
Sonny over the course of the story to bring about the central thematic conflict within
the text. On the contrary, Baldwin uses specifi
AP English- 10/6/14
A symbol, by definition, is something that represents something more than just
itself. For The Hunger Artist by Franz Kafka, the cage in which the artist confines
himself acts as two symbols in one: the cage
AP English- 9/13/14
If the lord were listening, please respond. God, what inhuman actions did I
make, what unspeakable horrors did I utter? What course, or courses of action must
someone due to meet ends greeting with such a
AP English- 10/13/14
In Sonnys Blues by James Baldwin (I know I just HAD to use Sonnys
Blues) the most apparent question is the aspect of whether obligation for brothers
to love each other holds for all situations. Especially for
Dramatic Literature 2/28/14
Henrik Ibsen Play
The Sun Dried Up the Raisin
Act 5: Scene 1
Cordelia and her Manager are located at the west entrance to the Prudential Building.
The pavement in chipped after long use, littered on by insignifica
The Stone Boy
1. Why do Arnolds legs tremble from the freight his answer gave him?
After Eugie is shot, Arnold begins to feel like nothing matters anymore. He tries to
continue with his everyday life, but the fact that his brothe
1. Why does the village seem to be so happy in the beginning?
2. Why cant the woman choose first? What does this tell you about the village?
3. Who is the scapegoat? Why?
Depending on who you are talking about, the scapegoat in T
1. Does Sweetheart of the Song Tra Bong, portray the same views of woman as the
rest of the book?
No, the story does not portray the same views of woman as what we have
previously read. Unlike Kathleen and the woman at the book s
1. Why does Marty sink the car that he has worked so hard on?
Over the few years that have passed since Marty and Stephan bought the car, it has kept
them close. The red convertible gave both of them freedom, and something to lau
1. Into the Wild addresses the portray of modern society in a contrary to how many see it.
Christopher McCandless, a smart, handsome young man, grew up in a materialistic world. As
most parents, Billie and Walt McCandless fou
English 10 B4
1. Did McCandless make the right decision going into the wild?
2. What factors may have led McCandless into rejecting society?
3. If McCandless could have looked back, would he regret going to Alaska for such a long
The Great Gatsby
1. Why does Nick seem to be the only one not chasing after the American dream?
Every main character that Nick has introduced so far has been chasing the
American dream of being successful. Everyone has used other people to
July 22, 1922
Yet again I spent my morning dressing up for Tom. He wasnt home when I woke
up but I hoped that he would return before lunch. I dont know what to do anymore.
Everything I do to make myself more appealing to Tom doesnt work. Why does he think
1. Why is reputation such a major theme to this play?
Almost every character in The Crucible has tried to cover up the wrongs they have done,
or seen. They begin to blame others to keep a good reputation. Parris
1. Why does Celia follow the girls who bully her?
2. Do you think any of the kids from the neighborhood felt badly for leading on this event?
3. Why does Sandra give a piece of chocolate to Celia and not Elizabeth? What is the