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Jerome Weidman’s short story “My Father Sits in the Dark” is ultimately about connection to family.
Did you ever wonder how someone could possibly conceive of Death putting on a costume and attending a masquerade ball (“The Masque of the Red Death”), or a person who feels compelled to commit murder simply...
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What can we learn about rhetorical devices in famous speeches, and how do they affect the way politicians and inspirational figures convey ideas and principles to the public? Let's look at examples.
David Swan written by Nathaniel Hawthorne drives home the truth that unexpected things cross our lives and we can be unaware of it if we are asleep yet followed by regularity..
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