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What does this quote mean?? "The room was silent with the fury of avenging angels sharpening Their radiance before they strike. The priests had decided they could not wait forever for the pope and the archbishop to come around. The time was now, for the Lord had said, I come with the sword as well as the plow to set at liberty them that are bruised."
This quote is from in the time of butterflies chapter 8
For class we have to write an essay about how this quote (“In taking revenge, a man is but even with his enemy, but in passing it over, he is superior.”) and how it relates to the Cask of Amontillado. I don't really understand what the quote means.
It was thought that in this poem he described himself; but he said, “I would not for the world be a man like my hero.”
Hello there! I'm currently preparing to take some tests required by some American universities for admittance, one of them being on English literature. I'm in real need of help preparing for this test. The official name is SAT II Literature (or SAT subject test Literature) It differs quite a lot from the UK format. This test is all multiple choice and analysis of theme, diction, form, overall meaning, meaning of words in context, tone and etc of "surprise" texts must all be done in a 60-minute time limit. There is a range of 6-8 texts to be analysed. I would really appreciate anyone who thinks they may be able to help with that. A lot of the texts are Poetry - and in special Renaissance poetry - which I do struggle with as it takes me quite some time to understand the actual meaning of the texts. I also get quite caught up in "enjoying" the text rather than critically analysing it as i read :|
Thank you in advance for your help :)
How did Mary Shelley use language in Frankenstein Volume I Chapter V to covey Fear and describe the gothic elements
I have to do an essay on this poem but i'm struggling to map my work. My teacher want a key question with minimum 2 parts with 3 sub part this is what i got
So my key question is How does Blacke critizes London's monarchy through a childish poem?
PART I -> a childish poem because a) it's talked about them b) it's short, short sentences b) Blake loves to take children's point of view
PART II -> critizes of London's government a) church is getting more and more black b) it makes people suffers face are 'marks of weakness" c) child labour
I don't really like my key question and my parts can you help me mapping my work ? pleasse