Amount Of Contradiction Language Amount Of Contradiction Passage
462 wordsUnseen text-King Lear (The passage is taken from Act 5, scene 3 and only Lear speaks throughout) The thing I find most interesting about the language used in this passage, is the dream like image it creates. I think the amount of contradiction language, used in the passage is also of some note as it creates ambiguity. The first language point that grabbed my attention about this passage is that it seems to contain lots of soft sounding words like ebb, flow and pray, which in tandem with the fact...
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Great Gatsby American Dream
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Seat Belt Fully Understand
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Supreme Soviet Soviet Union
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Pink And White Calm Facade Cop
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Lowest Common Denominator 20 Th Century
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Levi Strauss Modern Criticism
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Covering The North American Free Trade Agreement Nafta
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Means Of Communication Regular Army
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Distribution Of Income Unequal Distribution
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Death Of A Salesman Dime A Dozen
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Death Of A Salesman Willy Loman
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Doesn T Exist Doesn T Make
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Death Be Not Proud Perception Of Death
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William Shakespeare Act 2
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Levi Strauss Modern Criticism
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