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Published in : 2015-03-25 | by Shmoop
In our first video from our first course series, learn all about short stories and symbols.
Published in : 2015-02-13 | by Shmoop
This video explains how to scan and diagram a poem or other work of literature for meter and line length and identifies the metrical description of lines from ...
Published in : 2016-08-20 | by Shmoop
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Published in : 2013-06-17 | by Shmoop
Chicago Poem Guide: You really must love a town if you're going to write a whole poem about it. Carl Sandburg ...
Published in : 2013-07-24 | by Shmoop
Universal Themes by Shmoop!
Published in : 2013-08-08 | by Shmoop
This video discusses the Early Modern period in Europe and the literature produced during that time, from Milton's Paradise Lost to the various types of poetry, ...
Published in : 2013-06-09 | by Shmoop
Symbols, setting, allusion... What do all these words have in common? They are all tools in your writer's toolbox that you can use to make your stories absolutely ...
Published in : 2014-10-17 | by Shmoop
Short stories are really the best of both worlds: short enough to hold your attention but long enough to be meaningful—but only if you read them well. This video ...
Published in : 2013-03-19 | by Shmoop
If there weren't literary critics to help us understand what we're reading and why, our copy of The Sound and the Fury might as well function as a drink coaster.
Published in : 2013-07-01 | by Shmoop
Apparently, ancient mariners were not very succinct. They just went on, and on, and on... However, mariners these days really know how to cut to the quick.