The american dreamThe american dream
American Dream: the idea that by working hard, every person, regardless of race, religion, social class, etc, can lead a happy, successful life; the idea that anyone can come from “nothing” and become “something”
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As Applied to Steinbeck’sAs Applied to Steinbeck’s
Doc, through to its culmination and ruination, I felt this was an excellent example of Aristotle’s breakdown of elements held in each form, the focus here being on Tragedy, although his brief explanation of Comedy as well
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Planescape Campaign Setting Chapter 8: And BeyondPlanescape Campaign Setting Chapter 8: And Beyond
Planes would follow, like a snowball at the top of a mountain making for an avalanche. No one’s gotten a strong enough grip on the city though to test that theory out yet, and I’m rather glad for that myself
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Preliminary mark to those who wrote a commentary: what I see as the area to be improved, is how you explain why you focus on what you focus onPreliminary mark to those who wrote a commentary: what I see as the area to be improved, is how you explain why you focus on what you focus on
In some cases, however, what is first needed is simply one final read-through of the book again. In some cases, you do not master the book yet. No better way to rectify that than just taking 2-3 days, and re-reading it straight through
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Themes: Broken PlansThemes: Broken Plans
In the bleak economic outlook of the Great Depression, during which the novel was written and set, coming to terms with dreams broken by out-of-control economic forces became a reality nearly everyone in America faced
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