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The Crucible book report

The Crucible is a play, written by American playwright Arthur Miller in 1952. According to Oxford dictionary, one of the meanings of crucible is “a situation of severe trial”. In the play Miller successfully shows the Salem society during the “witch hunt” of 1692 and 1693. The event is considered as one of the most … Read More»

Intercultural Communication of Taiwan

Industries that are digital content based usually produce products and services that utilise information technology mechanism in digitizing and integrating the media materials. The China and Taiwan countries have increased their efforts and shown a great interest in developing digital content materials and offering digital services. Few entrepreneurs invest in this area, since it is … Read More»

Charles John Huffam Dickens

Charles Dickens was a Victorian era’s writer who not only reflected it in his writings and raised issues that troubled a British society and tried to solve them. His active literary and social activities contributed great changes as elimination of debtors’ prisons, reforms in education and justice, increased number of charities and revival patronage. His … Read More»

Emily Dickinson’s Obsession with Death

Emily Dickinson is one of the most outstanding and prominent poets of American Romanticism whose rather significant body of work employs themes and motifs characteristic of the movement brushing them off with her unique treatment of visionary nature. Her poetry revolves around several binary oppositions such as life and death, eternity and immediacy, earthly and … Read More»

The Journey of the Magi by T.S. Eliot

The Journey of the Magi is a poem written by T.S. Eliot in 1927 ( HYPERLINK “http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/t-s-eliot” http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/t-s-eliot ). The poem itself is a narration of a classical biblical story of Magi’s journey undertaken in order to witness the fact of the birth of the Son of God (as the title of the poem suggests), … Read More»

A&P Literary Analysis

A&P is a coming-of-age ironical story written in 1961 by John Updike. This is a story of a modern-day rebellion that starts with rather catching and peculiar phrase “In walks these three girls in nothing but bathing suits”(Updike, n.d.). A&P is considered to be rather striking and meaningful, sometimes even the one that was written … Read More»

Ben and Jerry’s Letter

In letters that grant claims and adjustments, you generally try to rectify the wrong. Does a “wrong” exist in this case? Why or Why not? A wrong exist in this case. In the case of Mr. Cecil Hamm buying a vanilla and then throwing, it away after seeing the brown inner lid and claims for … Read More»

Othello study guide

Act III, scene 1.1. The scene starts with Cassio asking musicians to play to set Othello in a good mood because he is involved in suspicion at that point already. The talk between a musician and a clown adds theatrical touch to the scene to remind of Shakespeare’s concept of life as theatre play, so … Read More»

A & P by John Updike Literary Analysis

A & P by John Updike Literary Analysis Sammy is the narrator of “A & P.” he is a 19 year old casher in a town in Massachusetts. The whole story takes place in summer and the whole representation of the story is aimed at, as described by John Updike, as a range of intentions … Read More»