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This is from a book written in the late 14th century in french, and translated into English in 20th. So hard to understand what it means. Pleas help me.
Hereafter follow divers dinners and suppers of great lords and others and notes, whereupon you may choose, collect and learn whatsoever dishes it shall please you, according to the seasons and to the meats which are native to the place where you may be, when you have to give a dinner or a supper.
I'm curious to learn what students think about English Literature. What are some of your likes and dislikes in regards to this subject area?
What pre-twentieth century texts are you studying? What do you like about them? What do you find most challenging?
I am currently doing AQA English literature as a-level, can any aqa examiner mark my essays? (Obviously I will pay)
Hi there, I wanted to ask if anyone had any suggestions on good quotes for Romeo and Juliet as I'm struggling to find some good ones to remember and then use in my exam? Any help would be gratefully received!!!
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.