Christendom School is committed to academic and moral excellence. Settling down to read our first assigned ebook, Sophocles’ Antigone, I used to be apathetic. We’d accomplished a pre-reading train earlier in class and I might gathered that Antigone was simply the unhappy story of a wannabe-martyr-descendant-of-Oedipus who crosses the wrong king, dies, breaks her fiance’s […]

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In their works, L.M. L.N. Montgomery and Mary Shelley characterize contrasting prototypes of female characters: a powerful feminist character of Anne in “Anne of Green Gables” and the passive female hero of Elizabeth Lavenza in Shelley’s “Frankenstein”. Bear in mind; never introduce any new data in your conclusion. It is a proven fact application essay […]

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