What does the term satire mean? And, is it the same thing as irony?
What is the theme in a literary analysis essay?
Does the theme in a work of literature need to be evident throughout the work in order for it to be a valid theme?
Do both quotations and paraphrases need to be documented when used in an essay?
What needs to be in an introductory signal for a quotation in which characters are speaking to one another?
What things need to be included in a literary analysis besides the writer’s own ideas? Hint: There are five altogether.
What does the pronoun “this” refer to in the last line of “Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day”?
Does the end of “When in Disgrace with Fortune and Men’s Eyes” show that the speaker overcomes his depression when he thinks of his beloved?
In “To Be or not To Be,” why does Hamlet say people are so afraid of that they don’t commit suicide.
In “Is This a Dagger Which I See before Me,” does Macbeth see an imagined dagger, or does he see the dagger he actually uses to commit murder?
Does the dagger Macbeth sees in “Is This a Dagger Which I See before Me” stop him or point him in the direction he wants to go?
In “Is This a Dagger Which I See before Me,” does blood suddenly show up on the dagger Macbeth sees?
Does all Macbeth’s talk of killing in “Is This a Dagger Which I See before Me” encourage him or make him weary (even though he goes through with the murder)?
What is the difference between a novella and a play?
At the end of Tartuffe, who explains that the king has broken Orgon’s contract with Tartuffe?
Who finally tricks Tartuffe into revealing his real intentions?
Is Macbeth sure about whether the dagger he sees is real or imaginary?
What is Hamlet contemplating in “To Be or not To Be”?
What is a parody?
Does a poem have a speaker or a narrator?
What is the best evidence from a literary text, paraphrases or quotations?
What is identification, and where should it be included in a literary analysis?
Where does the thesis statement belong in a literary analysis?
What needs to be included in an essay immediately in front of a quotation or paraphrase?
What is interpretation, and where does it belong in an essay?
Is plot summary needed in a literary analysis?
The last two lines of a sonnet form a couplet, two lines that rhyme. Can the meaning of the earlier lines be changed by what is written in the couplet?
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