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Writing About Literature: Demonstrative Research Essay

Demonstrative Research Essay -- Jerz: American Lit II (EL 267)

Therefore it is plausible that the last sentence of "Miss Brill" shows the resumption of the heroine's characteristic way of surviving through the power of her imagination.

I think one of the strong points of this essay is that it is easy to understand even for a reader like me who has never read the short story.

The sentence above, a concluding sentence of a section near the end of the essay, did an excellent job of delivering original insight, too, which highlights another strength of the essay.


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