1. What do you feel is the central conflict in the play? How important are the
underlying reasons for the conflict?
I think that the central conflict in this play is the struggle of Lear vs. himself. There is a
rash and blind side of Lear that
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I say hi.
- Youre pen pal Jake.
Hey Jake Ive got great news! My family and I are
moving to Canada this summer. I am super
Why literature is important
- In our own culture we find an infinite variety of attitudes and personalities,
hatreds, and assumptions.
- Study of literature enhances our appreciation of history's complexity, which in turn
expands our appreciation of pr
This quote said by Lady Macbeth to herself when Lady Macbeth indicates her desire
to lose her feminine qualities and gain masculine ones. This is because her husband
Macbeth is too kind to kill Duncan. This is important becaus
1. In what ways does the writing produce a strong sense of the author?
What kinds of words does she use?
What's her tone? What's her attitude toward her subject?
She is passionate and this can be seen from be seen from her inclusion of personal
Main ideas: knowing the worlds history and present will haunt you forever cant undo
her other poems that have similar themes
The Animals In that Country
in my poem we start to learn what we as humans have done in the past and
Dillard offers a lot of advice in her book. Can you discuss some
advice that you found particularly effective?
There are two meaningful pieces of advice that stuck with me after I finished reading
the book. The first piece of advice stems from
Can you identify some of the features of the writers technique that
you find to be particularly effective?
In this book, you convey her attitude towards writing as a professional and allow
aspiring writers to understand the reasons for writing.
Beginning with the opening ideas and what your outline is:
THE MAIN IDEA OF THE POEM IS about Susanna Moodies inner conflict of the
transformation that she has experienced since arriving
To support this point Ill be looking at the literary devices, an
After the Flood, We Margaret Atwood Presentation Notes (Edit: Studying for IOC)
Part of A Circle Game common theme of circles in this collection
Look for things that could represent circle of life in particular for this poem
(bones of drowned mothers
Brian is also, the protagonist of Moodies short story Brian the Still Hunter, is a
victim of isolation due to his alcoholism. As a result his extensive drinking has isolated
him from society and even his own family. Afterwards he quits drinking and choose
1. Do you think Shakespeare is particularly sympathetic towards one of the
characters? What makes you think that?
Shakespeare portrays King Lear and Cordelia as sympathetic characters. The
sympathetic nature of King Lear is primarily shown thr
1. How clearly is the writer able to convey a meaningful idea while keeping an
the moral lessons in king lear :
don't believe all the promises or words said by others unless they do a real thing
(deed) to prove it .
Focusing on this description:
- crystal darkness: comfortable in the darkness she used to be afraid of in the previous
- uncorroded: loves nature for what it is and isnt afraide of it like she used to be
because of the city life she was used to
Brief history of the theorist
The Late John Broadus Watson was born in the year 1878 to Pickens and Emma Watson a
poor and humble family who had a decent life in Greenville, South Carolina. He lived between
January, 9th 1878 and September, 25th 1