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A View from the Bridge is one of Arthur Miller’s most famous plays, renowned for its intensity of passion and echoes of Greek tragedy.
The work grew out of Miller’s fascination with Red Hook, a Brooklyn neighborhood only a few blocks away from...
Pride and Prejudice is Jane Austen's first novel, published in 1813. Some scholars also consider it one of her most mature novels.
Austen began writing Pride and Prejudice under the title First Impressions in 1796, at the age of twenty-one. She...
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identify 5 similarities between events in the book and today’s society. Do you think we are headed down the same road as the one presented in the novel? You should be able to support your opinion with evidence or clear reasoning.
The society in Fahrenheit 451 is an dystopian authoritarian society. Information is highly controlled. Anything of intellectual substance is banned in favour of vacuous superficial entertainment. This is how the state controls the people. Are...
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