Literature

Child Labor in “The Storming Heaven”

“The Storming Heaven” is a novel by Denise Giardina the events of which rotate around the hard labor and the conflict of management in an Appalachian country whose economic practice was entirely mining.

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We Real Cool by Gwendolyn Brooks Review

We Real Cool is a poem written in the 1960s by Gwendolyn Brooks. The poem criticizes youth who lead a life not considering the consequences of their actions.

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Sophocles

Sophocles is one of the oldest Greek tragedians whose plays still survive. He was born in 497 BC and wrote 123 plays during his lifetime (Sophocles works, par.1).

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The Comparison of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Bells” with Wordsworth’s “Preface to Lyrical Ballads”

In the “Preface to the Lyrical Ballads”, William Wordsworth has revolts against the poetic principles of the eighteenth century suggesting that life of a poor person acts as a material fit for the poetry.

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Analysis of My Son the Man by Sharon Olds

The poem My Son the Man was written by Sharon Olds and basically talks about the fear and sadness that comes to a mother whose son is growing to a man.

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Judicial Tyranny by Mark Sutherland

Judicial Tyranny by Mark Sutherland educates everyday citizen on the ongoing tyranny exhibited by American judges. The book was written as a result of a joined effort of those who often take part in the issue to expose the ill practices of judges.

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