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Tutor profile: Valerie F.

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Valerie F.
Writer, editor, skilled at persuasive writing and writing for public speaking
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Subject: Writing

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What is parallelism? Give an example/

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Valerie F.
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Parallelism retains the same language form within two connected phrases within a sentence. For example, "There will be no more singing of hymns or wind instruments" should be changed to "There will be no more hymn-singing or wind-instruments.

Subject: Religious Studies

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What are some features of liberation theology?

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Liberation theology understands Jesus as the liberator of the poor and the oppressed, de-centering issues of sin, Christology, and eschatology. In liberation theology, one's social and economic location forms the basis for a radical relationship with Christ that justifies one's salvation in the here and now as well as in the promise of everlasting life.

Subject: Literature

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Illustrate the differences between allegory and metaphor in different schools of literature

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Allegory in medieval Christian writing serves to communicate religious lessons by projecting their symbolism into nature or in potent, readily understandable symbolism. In a work such as the Great Gatsby, the Dr. Eckleberg optometrist billboard looms over the characters as they travel to the wealthy homes of the West Egg. Its presence is a metaphor that looms over the surface of the lives in the novel, reminding the reader to peer below the surface of their lives, reminding us to look closely at the theme of the American dream. The symbolism of the eyeglasses is more subtle than the embodied symbolism conveyed by allegory, but both draw attention to the moral subtext of the story.

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