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General Description: Each group will be assigned characters from “The General Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales to analyze. You will analyze the characters to determine if the character is a stereotype Chaucer is poking fun of or an
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The Beat GenerationThe Beat Generation
A relaxation of 'square' (puritan, middle-class, respectable) attitudes towards sex, drugs, religion and art became the opposing uniformity of 'beat' -eric Monstram: The Penguin Companion to Literature
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The Black and the Blue: Comedy, Laughter, and Deformity in Ellison’sThe Black and the Blue: Comedy, Laughter, and Deformity in Ellison’s
An honors thesis presented to the Department of English,University at Albany, State University Of New York in partial fulfillment of the requirements for graduation with Honors in English and graduation from The Honors College
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Killing Colonialism’s Ghosts in McOndo : Mayra Santos Febres and Giannina BraschiKilling Colonialism’s Ghosts in McOndo : Mayra Santos Febres and Giannina Braschi
España ya no es la madre patria” (19). At the dawn of the 21st century, the old constructs of modernity seem to have disappeared along with all of the problems and inequities in the new, exuberant age of globalization
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Major literary termsMajor literary terms
In Hamlet, Claudius and Old Hamlet are foil characters because they were both kings of Denmark, but each had opposite moral tendencies
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