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Originally released in 1984, Love Medicine is Louise Erdrich's first published novel. Initially, Erdrich wrote "The World's Greatest Fisherman" after she earned her master's degree in creative writing, and this short story later became the basis...
John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, published in 1937, is one of the author's most widely read novels, largely due to its ubiquitous presence in the high school curriculum. As a result, this mythic story of two opposites - the clever, wiry...
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Helena is in love with Demetrius, which drives her actions throughout the play. Hermia is her closest friend.
Ruth tells Beneatha that she and Walter went to the movies.
Ruth: "We went to the movies. (looking at Beneatha to see if she understands) We went to the movies. You know the last time me and Walter went to the movies together?
The Poetics is Aristotle's attempt to explain the basic problems of art. He both defines art and offers criteria for determining the quality of a given artwork. The Poetics stands in opposition to the theory of art propounded by Aristotle's...
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