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    1. William Shakespeare 2 O. Henry 3 Leo...

    1. William Shakespeare
    2 O. Henry
    3 Leo Tolstoy
  2. You can go for the following books dealing with...

    You can go for the following books dealing with the subject you seek.
    1.Homecoming by Cynthia Voight
    2.The Storied Life of A.I. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin
    3. Born Blue by Han Nolan
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    A conventional Comedy of Romance has a happy end....

    A conventional Comedy of Romance has a happy end. After all action and absurdity, there is a happy union, possibly with the ringing of the marriage bell. But this does rig out all the doubts and...
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    Point of view signifies the way a story is...

    Point of view signifies the way a story is told---the mode established by an author by means of which the reader is presented with the characters, dialogues, actions, settings and events which...
  5. Art is long.life is short. Everyone longs for...

    Art is long.life is short. Everyone longs for long life. None longs for old age.
  6. History repeats itself. Historians repeat each...

    History repeats itself. Historians repeat each other.
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    The lines, a statesman's life in each !/ The flag...

    The lines, a statesman's life in each !/ The flag stuck on a heap of bones, / A soldier's doing; what atones ? / They scratch his name on the Abbey-stones.
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    And you, great sculptor--so, you gave/ A score of...

    And you, great sculptor--so, you gave/ A score of years to Art, her slave,/ And that's your Venus--whence we, turn/ To yonder girl that fords the burn.
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    A computer once beat me at chess, but it was no...

    A computer once beat me at chess, but it was no match for me at kick boxing.

    If you think nobody cares if you' re alive, try missing a couple of payments.
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    .....a goblet of wine, I would not leave the last...

    .....a goblet of wine, I would not leave the last dreg untasted.
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    I don't want a life where pizza reaches your...

    I don't want a life where pizza reaches your house before the police.
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    I will drink life to the lees.

    I will drink life to the lees.
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    I asked God for a bike, but I know God doesn't...

    I asked God for a bike, but I know God doesn't work that way. So I stole a bike and asked for forgiveness.

    Never under any circumstances, take a sleeping pill and a laxative on the same night.
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    Good enterprise ! I find flavors of T.S. Eliot...

    Good enterprise ! I find flavors of T.S. Eliot and Coleridge. But why did you compose in 19 lines ?
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    The concept is brilliant. The figures of speech...

    The concept is brilliant. The figures of speech used to strike balance with the situation are apt. Instead of using an omniscient narrator, a first person narrator might prove prolific all the more....
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    The poems of Emily Dickinson are totally...

    The poems of Emily Dickinson are totally different from those of any other writer, British or American. This may be due to the fact that she did not try for publication on the hand, and that she did...
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    Emily Dickinson is a poet of extreme sensitivity....

    Emily Dickinson is a poet of extreme sensitivity. Her poems are never sentimental but she knows an excess of feeling and emotion. One of the special qualities of the life and experience of Emily is...
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    The poems of Emily Dickinson are totally...

    The poems of Emily Dickinson are totally different from those of any other writer, British or American. This may be due to the fact that she did not try for publication on the hand, and that she did...
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    Happiness is a state of well-being characterized...

    Happiness is a state of well-being characterized by emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy. I believe, material comforts have little to do with happiness. When your creative attempts bear...
  20. An Epiphany of the Doomed World

    I like your story, that speaks volumes about the unborn future. The most interesting aspect of the story is that even in the teeth of acute adversity, brought about by the unacknowledged descendants...
  21. It would be better, if the following names had...

    It would be better, if the following names had already been chosen. 1. The Time Machine ( H.G. Wells),2. Heart Of Darkness ( Joseph Conrad), 3.Kim ( Rudyard Kipling), 4.Sons and Lovers ( D.H...
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    Orwell is an essayist and polemist. We find that...

    Orwell is an essayist and polemist. We find that in " 1984" he describes the mechanisms and techniques of the police state. His coinage " doublethink" has become part of the English language....
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    The New Jerusalem : Blake's masterpiece

    " The New Jerusalem" is perhaps the best known of Blake's poems--a famous anthology piece, which really gives the impression of both scope and power. It is also one that has been misunderstood and...
  24. The political tide during Milton's life time...

    The political tide during Milton's life time swayed unpredictably. He was born in 1608 when James I was on throne of England. He saw the fall and execution of Charles-I, and the Puritan rule to rise...
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    1 Robert Gitting : John Keats, London 2 Ian Jack...

    1 Robert Gitting : John Keats, London
    2 Ian Jack : Keats and the Mirror of Art, OUP
    3. J. Stillinger : Keats' Odes--A Collection of Critical Essays, Spectrum Books
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