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    In both Incidents in the life of a Slave Girl and Gone With the Wind, the homes serve as integral symbols. However different the two perspectives may be, the homes depicted within each are not dissimilar. In both stories, the houses serve to confine and to amplify problems just as often, if not more...
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    Throughout history the idea of a Utopia persists. The idea, a perfect world where everyone gets what they want and nobody has unmet needs, is an attractive one. Just think of bringing an end to world poverty and famine, or ending the plight of the common people and beginning a new world order under ...
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    Huckleberry Finn: An American Classic, Past and Present The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain, is and has been one of the most widely praised, widely criticized novels of American Literature of all time. Suzanne Bilyeu states, “In March 1885, the Library Committee in Concord, Ma...

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