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Dark Romantics: Hawthorne and Poe
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Dark Romantics: Hawthorne and Poe Dark Romantics: Hawthorne and Poe face-to-face.1 They never shook hands or even sat in the same room together. They did, however, maintain a casual occasional correspondence and commented on one another’s work. More importantly, however, the two writers are inseparably linked because of the Portrait of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Charles style of their works. Both Hawthorne and Poe wrote about the human condition and Osgood, 1840 (courtesy ofPeabody Essex Museum, Sal
Bruno Modern Masculinities
Bruno Modern Masculinities
Bruno Modern Masculinities Eng 011 13 May 2013 Bruno Modern Masculinities In the article “Modern Masculinities,” the author Cooper Thompson explains that men in society are expected to be physically strong, tough, and independent, and have self-control over their emotions. He also believes that boys must learn to accept their vulnerability of asking for help and support in appropriate situations. “Modern Masculinities” relates to the movie The Dress Code because it deals with masculinity in rela