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A Nail Stuck, An Analysis of Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie”

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A Nail Stuck, An Analysis of Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie” By Trudy A. Martinez A Nail Stuck, an Analysis of Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie” By Trudy A. Martinez When reading The…

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

Out of the Fog Came Life: A Stylistic Analysis of Dickens’s Bleak House The imagery in Bleak House reveals a revelation of possibilities that petitions both a pessimistic and an optimistic existence. The beginning is the end. The end is … Continue reading

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An Unspoken Message of Fear by Trudy A. Martinez: An Analysis of Carolyn Forche’s Poem “The Colonel”

An Unspoken Message of Fear:An Analysis of Carolyn Forche’s Poem, “The Colonel” by Trudy A. Martinez Posted on December 13, 2006 by gramatrudy Articles presenting psychological conjectures and theory appear in the Los Angeles Times over the years implying that the … Continue reading

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The Rejected Cry: A Stylistic Analysis of Blake’s London by Trudy A. Martinez

The Rejected Cry:  A Stylistic Analysis of Blake’s London  By Trudy A. Martinez     Blake reveals the inner logic (the logos) of his poem London, first through the artistic arrangement of his plate (see figure 1 below).  Here a child … Continue reading

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