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Death of a Saleman as a modern tragedy

Arthur Miller’s famous drama “Death of a Salesman” is regarded as one of the most impressive pieces of work of art in the 20th century. It examines the psychological turmoil of the hero named Willy, and the competitive and commercialized society’s influence on his life. “Death of a Salesman” is called modern tragedy because it does not obey the concept of Greek tragedy or the traditional concept of tragedy.

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Milton’s Grand Style in Paradise Lost

Milton's Grand Style in Paradise Lost

The style Milton used in “Paradise Lost” has righteously been stated as the grand style. The major elements of the grand style normally are:  the grandeur of the perception which motivates the poem, the use of imposing words organized in splendid order, elaborate imagination, and the use of supreme literary devices which build on the greatness of the language used.

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