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Angels: Followers of Satan in Milton’s “Paradise Lost”
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A 6 page paper which analyzes why, in Milton’s “Paradise Lost,” the angels followed Satan despite the fact they knew they would be cast out of heaven. Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
Filename: RAangels.rtf

Ann Beattie's "Snow" -- Symbolism
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3 pages in length. On the surface, Ann Beattie's Snow appears innocent enough in its content, but as the reader becomes more and more involved in the symbolic underpinnings that embody the literary work, it is quite clear how there is a distinctive flavor of separate interpretations between the narrator and her lover. The white blanketing snow of which she speaks so fondly represents the blanket of love she felt that winter, while he only looks upon it as a mark of Mother Nature's handiwork, finding little else in it to be acknowledged. No bibliography.
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Ann Sexton: Cinderella.
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(5 pp) At a turning point in art history, Marcel Duchamp turned a porcelain urinal, upside down and hung it on the wall, labeling it art, after he signed it "R. Mutt." The supposed sophisticated community at large took that to mean - "whatever I say is art, is art." The same argument could be made for a poet. If the poet says it is a poem. Is it then a poem, or does it have to follow certain structure, form or meaning to get that title? In this discussion we will examine the poem, Cinderella by Anne Sexton, within two categories, meaning and mechanics, and see how it stands on its own.
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Anne Bradstreet and Edward Taylor
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A 3 page paper which compares Anne Bradstreet’s poem “By Night when Others Soundly Slept” with Edward Taylor’s poem “”Huswifery.” Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAptay.rtf


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