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It’s Amazing

Have you ever felt this way?

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A Contest

A few questions based on my book, Act Two For Three, the winner gets to be a character in a mystery story.

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Questions of Macbeth Homework

Macbeth Homework questions.

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Book Review ` Conversations with God

A review of Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsche.

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Book Review – The Bully Boys

Have you heard about the Bully Boys? It is a historical fiction novel written by Eric Walters about the war of 1812 in the devastated Niagara region. This is my opinion about the book. WARNING: minor spoilers.

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Love – Why?

I realize it’s cliched to write about love, but I was watching a movie and a thought struck me, and for all you writers, you realize this means I had to write about it.

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Edgar Allan Poe: Questions Still Unanswered

Even over a hundred years after his death, there are still unanswered questions concerning the life and death of writer, Edgar Allan Poe.

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Question by Question Analysis of Catcher in The Rye

Analysis of Catcher in the Rye with relations between the main characters.

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Critical Essay on Crime and Punishment

“Crime and Punishment… is a novel not only about the extremes of evil the criminal inflicts on others, but also about people’s unlimited goodness, a goodness which can save the criminal.” Fyodor Dostoevsky’s protagonist in this novel, Raskolnikov, is greatly impacted by the encouraging sentiments of many of the other characters, which includes Pulcheria, Dounia, Razumihin, and Sonia. Additionally, Dostoevsky’s writing style includes the use of “doubles,” which ultimately portrays the two sides of Raskolnikov: good and evil. The aforementioned individuals are essentially Raskolnikov’s positive doubles whose love becomes Raskolnikov’s savior and eventually leads him to redemption as seen in the epilogue (Karyakin 111).

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Romeo and Juliet

Information on the play Romeo and Juliet, in question form.

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