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  • Anne Bronte employs the use of physiognomy throughout Agnes Grey in order to further character development.

    Physiognomy in Agnes Grey

    Physiognomy in Agnes Grey

    by Molly Stroud0

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  • Born into a mountain community in Nepal, Lakshmi struggles to survive each season as the impact of droughts and monsoons devastates her families crops, and her selfish stepfather gambles away what little the family has. Against her mother's wishes, Lakshmi is sold to human trafficking.

    Summary of

    Summary of "Sold" by Patricia McCormick

    by Jennifer B2

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  • The Mary Poppins books were written by Pamela Lyndon Travers. The magical nanny is very popular, but her character is very different in the books than in the famous "Mary Poppins" movie. The Disney movie "Saving Mr. Banks" offers a semifictionalized look at the life of P. L. Travers.

    Mary Poppins: Books, Movies, and a Biography of P. L. Travers

    Mary Poppins: Books, Movies, and a Biography of P. L. Travers

    by Linda Crampton34

  • Louise Erdrich's poem is based on the experiences of many Indian children who were taken from their tribal homes and 'educated' in boarding schools. They were not allowed to speak their native language, grow long hair or make contact with family. A poem about identity, roots and state oppression.

    Analysis of Poem "Indian Boarding School:The Runaways" by Louise Erdrich

    Analysis of Poem "Indian Boarding School:The Runaways" by Louise Erdrich

    by Andrew Spacey6

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  • The theme of Disillusionment is found in Scott Fitzgerald's The Rich Boy and The Great Gatsby. Both stories can be seen as statements about the lost generation as a whole, and the theme of Disillusionment is what ties it all together.

    Scott Fitzgerald and the Theme of Disillusionment

    Scott Fitzgerald and the Theme of Disillusionment

    by Alexander David V0

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