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HTRLLAP

Chapter 23 Analysis
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Abby Kelley

on 22 September 2012

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Transcript of HTRLLAP

Presented by:
Jazmyn Fowler
Jasa Langston
Abby Kelley HTRLLAP Chapter 23 Quotations "In Literature there is no better,
no more lyrical, no more perfectly metaphorical illness than heart disease". "...the figure of the heart never overstays its welcome because it always is welcome". "Even when the humanity isn't very human, or the heart ailment a disease". Summary Chapter 23 The chapter starts out explaining Ford Madox Ford's "The Good Soldier". An affair occurs with two people who are ill with heart trouble. heart disease is implied by the author; it can be lyrical or metaphorical. The heart is "the center of emotion within the body". Writers use the heart because we feel it ourselves. it can also be used as a social metaphor. Heart illness can also have irony when you think a person will die of something else but the underlying hints suggest a heart illness. Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" has a broken heart that turns into an illness. Linda was left in the old world. She started to let herself go and began to gain weight. This causes her to have a heart attack in the new work. Symbolism Chapter 23
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