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    American literateure

    what is the intertextuality between the antique ring and the ambitiuos guest?

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    Re: American literateure

    Quote Originally Posted by Plus Ke Amoula View Post
    what is the intertextuality between the antique ring and the ambitiuos guest?
    There is no reason to start a second thread for the same question. What is needed is for you to put your question into some context.

    "American literature" is a very big topic. It seems like you are asking about some particular story.

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    Re: American literateure

    He seems to be talking about the story The Antique Ring by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Unfortunately I have never read it. Also, it seems to me that he is asking us to do his homework for him.

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