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The Narrator is More Important than you Think

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There is one character in “A Christmas Carol” that, despite its strong voice and personality, is never directly mentioned and is often overlooked: the narrator.

Dr. Jekyll and Tyler Durden: Not Just About Duality.

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“Two sides? You’re Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Jackass.” -Marla Springer, Fight Club (1999)

The Feast of St. Agnes: Turning a Virgin’s Sacrifice into the Art of Divination

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Despite the background information given to the reader by Keats about the rituals performed upon the eve of the Feast day of St. Agnes (January 21st) the history behind these rituals and the… Continue reading

Mary Wollstonecraft: Influence Beyond the Grave

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        Mary Wollstonecraft’s life was a life filled with literary and personal discoveries, and regardless of a slight smearing of her character upon her death, her works have influenced an… Continue reading

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