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Donald Hall's "My Son, My Executioner" uses a number of poetic devices, including extended metaphor and juxtaposition. Rhythmically, Hall uses assonance, perfect rhymes and slant rhymes to present images of both harmony ... More »

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The primary theme explored by "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson is blindly held tradition and the impacts it has on a society. "The Lottery" centers around a village that, in almost all respects, is healthy and idyllic. H... More »

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A sample Caliper test question presents four positive statements, such as "I am... a good communicator, responsible, creative, good with people," asking the test-taker to select the statement most descriptive of herself.... More »

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The poems "Mother to Son" by Langston Hughes, "I Hope You Know How Much I Love You" by Rita Luna, and "Open Arms" by Wendy L. Nichols focus on the view of a mother addressing her son. The Hughes poem inspires the son, wh... More »

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Langston Hughes wrote a famous poem titled "Mother to Son," in which the speaker is a mother addressing her son. Other well-known poets, such as Sharon Olds and Lucille Clifton, have also written poems depicting a mother... More »

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Brenda Meier-Hans' poem "Son" is a about a mother who takes great pride in her son, while James A. Kisner's poem "Always My Son" is about a father who is proud of his son. Kim Merryman's "Missing My Little Boys" is a poe... More »

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The primary message of the poem "Mother to Son" by Langston Hughes is from a mother to her son, telling him to keep going no matter how hard life gets. She says she has been through her share of hardships, but she contin... More »

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