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Out of the Fog Came Life: A Stylistic Analysis of Dickens’s Bleak House

by Trudy A. Martinez originally posted: February 17,2011 Edited to include the Perfect Ending December 16, 2015 Out of the Fog Came Life: A Stylistic Analysis of Dickens’s Bleak House The imagery in Bleak House reveals a revelation of possibilities … Continue reading

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Tales of Mom 12

  Nellie and Terry Move to Los Angeles   The Judge gives Nellie his card. “Nellie,” he says, “Your husband doesn’t deserve a woman like you. I mean it. I want you to call me day or night if need … Continue reading

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A Comparison of Original Work to Film Version of Plath’s “The Bell Jar”

The following is an edited version of the original Posted on April 10, 2008 A Comparison of Sylvia Plath’s Original Work: The Bell Jar, Versus the Film Version: : The Bell Jar: If I am an Arrow   By Trudy A. … Continue reading

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A Brief Note on the Perfect Ending of Dickens’ Bleak House

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A Brief Note on the Perfect Ending of Dickens’ Bleak HouseBy Trudy A. Martinez A Brief Note on the Perfect Ending of Dickens’ Bleak House Posted on February 17, 2011 by gramatrudy In…

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A Brief Examination of Moral Realism in Bronte’s Jane Eyre

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A Brief Examination of Moral Realism in Bronte’s Jane Eyre By Trudy A. Martinez Improvement of individuals through reading is the aim of Bronte in Jane Eyre. The novel‘s structure is a bildungsroman.…

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A Brief Note on the Perfect Ending of Dickens’ Bleak House

A Brief Note on the Perfect Ending of Dickens’ Bleak HouseBy Trudy A. Martinez A Brief Note on the Perfect Ending of Dickens’ Bleak House Posted on February 17, 2011 by gramatrudy In Bleak House, Esther is the pill capable … Continue reading

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A Comparison of Original Work to Film Version of Plath’s “The Bell Jar”

A Comparison of Sylvia Plath’s Original Work Versus the Film Version of The Bell Jar: If I am an Arrow by Trudy A. Martinez In the film, The Bell Jar, the prelude imitates a young girl’s position within society; cinematic … Continue reading

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A Farewell to Arms: Hemingway’s “Puzzling Passage”

 Farewell to Arms: Hemingway’s “Puzzling Passage”,   An Analysis by Trudy Martinez   When most males enter military service, they are boys on a quest for manhood. The same holds true for Frederic Henry in A Farewell to Arms. John … Continue reading

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