Edgar Allen Poe is one of the most famous American authors, but many of his works are not explicitly about the American experience. His "gothic" fiction is filled with suspense, the macabre, the . . . .
Hamlet and Horatio bear a loyalty and filial love for each other exhibited by fulfillment of their respective roles as servant and master. Not having chosen these roles themselves, they fulfill . . . .
In Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, Claudio demonstrates an immature attitude toward love and romance. Claudio's initial attraction to Hero is based mostly on physical attraction; he seems to . . . .