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An analysis of frustration in selected novels of Edith Wharton
Although one may appraise a work of literature as to theme, structure, characterization, and plot and may determine its merits solely by concentrating on that work alone, ignoring the author as a person and the period ...
Herman Melville's desert phase: Symbols of isolation in the Piazza Tales
To the devotee of Herman Melville, the prosaic, aged, a nd barren images of his post-meridian fictions are as i n t r i guing as the vibrant, green, and fertile symbols of his earli est writings. Much of the power, ...