In the novel, “The Scarlet Letter” the Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale exposes himself in public.
Satin was the shining hero of PARADISE LOST. That was certainly why he was called Satin.
Oedipus solved the riddle of the Sphinx and freed the city of Thieves in Greece.
Bartleby the Scrivener was a lonely man, with a pen but no porpoise.
Grendel is famous as the girl in the children’s fairy tale who got lost in the woods with her brother, Handsel.
In Edgar Allan Poe’s poem, “The Raven,” the bird raves a lot. That is obviously why Poe named the poem “The Raven.”
King Lear fell because of his tragic floor. He had three daughters, one good princess, Cordelia, and two awful ones, Regan and Gonorrhea.
Ernest Hemingway earned the Nobel Peace Prize because he was dynamite as a writer, and the money for the prize comes from Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite.
“An Irish Airman Foresees His Death” is by William Butter Teast.
“The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson tells how every year friendly villagers stone a neighbor because they need an escape goat.