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Nine Stories

JD Salinger

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This character wrote a paper entitled "On Crime".

Raskolnikov

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Character:Raskolnikov

Crime and Punishment

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This play contains "Second-Empire" style furniture.

No Exit

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In this play, Garcin tries to leave Ines by opening the door of the room.

No Exit

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This man ran for governor of California on the platform EPIC (End Poverty in California).

Upton Sinclair

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Character: Lanny Budd

A Presidential Mission

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In this work, a Lithuanian immigrant flees Chicago after his wife Ona dies in childbirth and his son drowns in a muddy street.

The Jungle

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Character: Jurgis Rudkus

The Jungle

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Character: Jim Smiley

"The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County"

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The speaker of this poem begins by pointing out a painting of the title character by Fra Pandolf.

"My Last Duchess" by Robert Browning

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"Archaic torso of Apollo" (poem)

Rilke

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Duino Elegies

Rilke

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This poet addressed works to Lesbia.

Catullus

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The Flowers of Evil (collection of poems)

Charles Baudelaire

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"The Albatross"

Charles Baudelaire

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"Ode to Joy"

Friedrich Schiller

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The Man Who Was Thursday

G. K. Chesterton

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The Napoleon of Notting Hill

G. K. Chesterton

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Character: Father Brown

"The Blue Cross" by G. K. Chesterton

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One character in this novel is nicknamed "Polyanna Cowgirl".

The Bell Jar

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Characters: Tomas and Tereza

The Unbearable Lightness of Being

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The Unbearable Lightness of Being

Milan Kundera

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"The Indian Burial Ground"

Philip Freneau

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"The British Prison Ship"

Philip Freneau

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This author was nicknamed "the Poet of the Revolution".

Philip Freneau

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Character: Dogberry

Shakespeare's Much Ado about Nothing

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The Wreck of the Deutschland

Gerard Manley Hopkins

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"Felix Randall"

Gerard Manley Hopkins

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"Spring and Fall"

Gerard Manley Hopkins