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...Novels The novel The New Dress by Virginia Woolf and The Color Purple by Alice Walker depict hardship and grievances faced by women characters. The description of the community's approval and envy indicate that women are describing a culture in which violence against women is normal. Thesis Rebellion and conformity are the integral part of the personal identity of the characters which help them to survive and resist violence, oppression, discrimination and false social moors. Woolf and Walker create an image of similar women characters faced with hardship and social conflict. Celie, the protagonist of The Color Purple, is a black woman suffered from oppression and violence of her... 05 July 2007...
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Fantasy Novels
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...novels "The Man in The High Castle" by Philip K.Dick and "The Last Unicorn" by Peter.S.Beagle. Fantasy novels are of great importance in literature. People presume that fantasy novels are always meant for children as they consist of many unrealistic and immature thoughts and views. However, many adults still read fantasy novels and watch fantasy movies. These fantasy novels and movies provide a sense of relief to both the adults and children... from the atrocities and culture of this real world. I believe that fantasy offers an 'escape' from the horrors of today's culture. A person who has some moral values and who still believes in the decency of the humanity may prefer reading fantasy...
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French Novels
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...novels contributing towards issues of race and gender. Similarly, Chamoiseau is also a writer of great importance, having won the Prix Goncourt for his novel Texaco in 1992, which was then chosen as a New York Times book of the year... A comparative analysis of the use of French and other (local) languages in Cond's Traverse de la Mangrove and Chamoiseau's Chronique des sept misres. The highly distinguished writer Maryse Cond is perhaps best known for her contribution to the world of academia, after having lectured at many well-known universities across America and Europe before retiring from Colombia University in 2004. Her contribution to the literary domain is also outstanding, with many of her novels ...
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The Novels
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...novel cum revolutionary testimonial, continues to enthrall & mesmerize its readers since the time it was created by the maverick Mexican author Mariano Azuela who served as a doctor by profession. Written in 1915, the novel travelogues through the turbulent times of the Mexican revolution, & represents a literary creation par excellence. The lucid language, the bold characters, & the strong moral connotations form the crux of this enigmatic work piece (Azuela, 15-25). The period in the Mexican revolution witnessed a dearth & scarcity on the nation’s cultural front. But The Underdogs was the one & only exception. The reader experiences Azuela’s heartbeat & his... The Underdogs The Underdogs, an epic...
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Coming of Age Novels
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...novels: Mean boy and Little lullabies. Introduction. These are two novels which are based on the coming of age encounters. Lynn coady and Heather O'Neil can be said to be very powerful in the way they present their stories. the two novels appear to have much in common in the way they present their stories. Both novels were printed in the same year, and seem to follow the same methodology of presenting their protagonists. The essay will be focusing on whether the novels have the same patterns when the protagonists are men or women or whether they tend to have different patterns for each gender. It will also look on whether the authors have followed the styles... of Bildungsroman or...
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Family Relationship in Novels
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...novels, Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith, explore the relationship between a mother and a daughter, and the way each deals with the other in light of societal changes. Both novels deal with the lives of girls and follow their personal journey from immaturity toward adulthood through the complex overlapping of young adults, little women and grown up women (Elbert, 1), each fighting her own battles, and striving to change her destiny to live a better life than what the society might offer her... Kamran Harris English Literature 11 February 2008 An Analysis of Relationships The two...
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Research Proposal for Graphic Novels
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...Novels in the Quality of Primary Education in the U.S In this research paper, the researcher intends to investigate the values and significance of satirical graphic novels to primary education in the U.S. The main aim is to validate the legitimacy and importance of satirical graphic novels to primary education in America. Recent research shows the adverse effects of satirical graphic novels in the American primary education. This research intends to support the motion that satirical graphic novels positively affect primary education. History of graphic novel use in the U.S Within the last few decades, the inclusion of graphic novels in the U.S has had an immense... The Values of Satirical Graphic Novels ...
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Novels and god
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...novels. God is pivotal in lovely bones because of morality view that itoffers. In the novel, Lovely Bones, in which Susie is brutally raped and murdered- Susie’s killer would often sit and stare at bracelet. It seemed that he began to feel safe. Susie’s killer would often sit, fiddling with a charm of her bracelet while he stared at the chest which stored her body. In her narrative, Susie said the killer felt he was safe and had desire to kill again. This is an interesting point as divinity should interfere with personal life of humans. In this context, the author quotes and correlates the Bible by stating, “Woe to those... The concept of God is one of the most pinnacle elements that are discussed in...
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Civil Rights Movement Novels
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...novels in American literature draw on the Civil Rights Movement for material. Among these Civil Rights Movement novels there are no recovered gems, but even the least memorable of these books has an immediacy and involvement that can be lost in more purportedly objective genres of writing. Authors of Civil Rights Movement fiction often identify some aspect of these years of protest as a defining moment in their lives and a significant influence in then-work. Images from several events appear recurrently in Civil Rights Movement novels. Whether she is a major character... Sue Monk Kidd, "The Secret life of Bees" Sue Monk Kidd, "The Secret life of Bees Sophisticated Narrative ReviewIntroduction Many novels...
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Essays on Novels
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...Novels Analysis of Quotes: a. "He spoke of A which is like a big fly with its wings folded eb rear of B's ??funny, with its two bellies, Cand D which are like the moon, crescent, half full, and O is the moon entirely in the dark sky. " The text is originally written by Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clesio, a French writer, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2008, in his book Mondo (Holden). The story was adapted into film by Tony Gatlif in 1995. Mondo narrates the life of a gypsy boy as he traversed the streets and sought help from strangers. The story portrays the ingenuity of the main character, Mondo, as he strives to survive in the streets, evade the police, and find a place... ?Essays on...
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Learning Human Nature From Novels
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...Novels For so many years now, many people still have questions on the effect of reading novels to attitudes, beliefs and even to life as a whole. It cannot be answered by a simple phrase saying that novels make lives beautiful. This paper will then focus on the learning brought about by novels and in short will dispute scientific psychology’s power to affect people. In the year 2002, a group of students from the International Congress IGEL University of Pecs conducted a study entitled “Causal Relationships between Reading Socialication, Socioeconomic Variables, and Strategies for Reading Novels.” The goal of the sturdy or research is to determine through statistical method... Learning Human Nature From...
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Jane Austen and her Novels
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...Novels Jane Austen and her Novels Literature and its significance in the modern world need no introduction. Even though there are concerns over the diminishing habits of reading among the present generation, there are many writers who are held in high esteem and whose works continue to enthrall the world. Jane Austen is one such writer, whose works are widely read, despite more than a century having passed after her death. Her works have thus stood the test of time and have enthralled generations of readers. Her themes and the innovative methods of treatment that she undertook are important reasons as to why she is considered to be one of the most important writers... that Austen sought to...
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Jane Austen and her Novels
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...Novels Jane Austen and her Novels Literature and its significance in the modern world need no introduction. Even though there are concerns over the diminishing habits of reading among the present generation, there are many writers who are held in high esteem and whose works continue to enthrall the world. Jane Austen is one such writer, whose works are widely read, despite more than a century having passed after her death. Her works have thus stood the test of time and have enthralled generations of readers. Her themes and the innovative methods of treatment that she undertook are important reasons as to why she is considered to be one of the most important writers in the history... Jane Austen and her...
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Teaching Turkish through Turkish novels
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...Novels TEACHING TURKISH THROUGH TURKISH NOVELS GRACE SARKAR Order No. 417747 02 March TEACHING TURKISH THROUGH TURKISH NOVELS Lesson Proposal This paper proposes to provide insight into teaching the Turkish language by the use of Turkish novels. Teaching Turkish through Turkish Novels The Turkish culture is specially endowed with novels for the purpose of teaching and learning the Turkish language. Teaching a new language or learning one’s mother tongue becomes especially gainful when there is good collection of books that tell a story, narrate events, or simply convey daily situations in beautiful prose (Dino, Guzine; 1986). The Turkish language is blessed... Teaching Turkish through Turkish...
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Learning Human Nature From Novels
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...Novels For so many years now, many people still have questions on the effect of reading novels to attitudes, beliefs and even to life as a whole. It cannot be answered by a simple phrase saying that novels make lives beautiful. This paper will then focus on the learning brought about by novels and in short will dispute scientific psychology's power to affect people. In the year 2002, a group of students from the International Congress IGEL University of Pecs conducted a study entitled "Causal Relationships between Reading Socialication, Socioeconomic Variables, and Strategies for Reading Novels." The goal of the sturdy or research is to determine through statistical method... Learning Human Nature From...
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Stephen Crane and Harriet Jacobs Novels Summary
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...novel written by Stephen Crane in 1893and Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is written by Harriet Jacobs in 1861. Both the stories tend to represent formative messages about men, their roles in the society, and how they have enhanced the expectations of their femininity. These novels are based on the characters of women and they represent the gender norms in a different way. Both the novels have female central characters but the messages of gender norms and femininity in both are differently portrayed. These two novels published in the 19th century show the variation in gender roles... Maggie: A Girl of the Streets and Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl Maggie: A Girl of the Streets is the novel...
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Stephen Kings Novels Recreated into Films
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...novel fails to solve the problem of visualising his complicated internal narratives: stripped of inner lives, the ordinary people who populate his books take on a flat cartoon-like quality. The story of Dr Louis Creed (Midkiff) and his efforts to revive his three-year-old son (Hughes), killed by one of the giant trucks that thunder past their new Maine home, is more like a sketchy outline than a finished work. No film about a scalpel-wielding three-year-old psycho zombie could be entirely devoid of shocks. But reams of tedious exposition, about a children's pet 'sematary' and the magical resurrecting properties of an Indian burial ground, stretch... Pet Sematary Starring: Dale Midkiff, Fred Gwynne,...
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Novels Predicting America of the 21st Century
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...Novels Predicting America of the 21st Century The world of 2008 closely resembles the world of 1984. Not the world of 1984 and the height of the Reagan era, but that 1984 specific to George Orwell's big brother. Big Brother is watching not just figuratively, but quite literally. In Orwell's novel, the state insists that all passion, desire and love must be suppressed and repressed and can only be expressed toward the love of Big Brother. The residents of the state can love just Big Brother, but in reality the love they feel is more accurately described as the hate of everything that is not Big Brother. The reflection of this element of the novel is aptly analogous to what has taken place... Three...
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Analysis of novels and their films
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...novels and their films A literary piece – a play or a novel – gets modifications and changes when it is adapted for a film and it is the prime duty of the director of the film to externalize the various aspects of the novel/play in the film version. The quality of the director or the movie adaptation depends greatly on how successful the director is in externalizing the different elements of the original work. It is normal that the movie version differs greatly from the original fictional version of the work and the alterations made by the director can either positively affect the movie or negatively. For example, Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus, the 1984 film directed by Miloš Forman and adapted... Analysis of...
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Novels and Works of Jonathan Tulloch
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...Novels and Works of Jonathan Tulloch Introduction Being an English man, Jonathan Tulloch primarily got most of his inspirations for writing from the different implicative elements in his own community. Likely, as a novelist, he was able to picture reality on the eyes and minds of his readers through the major presentations of his community and the people living within the said area. It could be noted that it is through this that he was able to bring the entire community of Newcastle, Gateshead to the minds of his readers. To him, an understanding of his own society is an implicative learning of the entire world... Newcastle and Gateshead: Understanding Landscape, Community and Society A Study on the...
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Role of propaganda on DMZ Graphics Novels
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...novels is an unforgiving novel that highlights what ‘war on terror’ has done to the human population through its tough, provoking, addictive and brutal comic stories. DMZ is a comics and graphics novel about and inspired by the Iraq War and stories contained in the novel are shocking. Brian Wood was inspired by the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York and subsequent invasion of Iraq that occupied American news stories for the decade. The novels utilizes horrors and images of un-witnessed stories to create a replica of life during wartime using images that Americans are accustomed to seeing... Pavlo Lashmanov College: Kingsborough Community College English 2400 Bekim Kacaj Introduction DMZ Graphics...
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Analysis of novels and their films
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...novels and their films A literary piece - a play or a novel - gets modifications and changes when it is adapted for a film and it is the prime duty of the director of the film to externalize the various aspects of the novel/play in the film version. The quality of the director or the movie adaptation depends greatly on how successful the director is in externalizing the different elements of the original work. It is normal that the movie version differs greatly from the original fictional version of the work and the alterations made by the director can either positively affect the movie or negatively. For example, Peter Shaffer's Amadeus, the 1984 film directed by Milo Forman and adapted... Analysis of...
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Migrant Identity in the select novels of Salman Rushdie
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...novels by Salman Rushdie Thesis Salman Rushdie is the who is searching for the mechanisms of a personal identity’s identification. He appeals for human body, gender roles, personal stories or external factors as crucial for self-identity. On the example of his characters, the author wants to show wanderings of Indians in the process of self-identification as well as identification of their nation. Introduction The novels by Salman Rushdie depict a magical transformation of a human identity. On the example of his novels “Midnight’s Children”, “Moor’s Last Sigh”, “Shame” and “Fury” a theme of migrant identity in these novels is discussed further on. Rushdie draws... ? Migrant identity in the select novels...
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An Overview of Turkish and Greek Epistolary Novels
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...Novels Table of Contents Table of Contents Preface 2 Introduction 3What is An Epistolary Novel? 4 Theories on the Genesis of Epistolary Novels 6 Types of Epistolary Novels 8 Epistolary Novels throughout History 10 Epistolary Novel Literature Review 13 Greek Epistolary Novels 14 Turkish Epistolary Novels 19 Critical Review 28 Conclusion 30 References 32 Preface An epistolary novel is a long narrative that is composed of correspondence such as letters, journal entries, diary entries, newspaper clippings, or electronic documents. Its genesis can be traced to ancient Greece when erudite men such as Plato and Socrates composed letters and presented... An Overview of Turkish and Greek Epistolary...
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Comparison between two novels with post-colonial theories applied
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...novel that rewrites colonial narratives about Burma such as George Orwell’s Burmese Days? Why? Why not? Make your case using relevant theoretical sources and textual material from both novels. (2000 words)  When talking about Amitav Ghosh’s “The Glass Palace as a rewrite upon the colonial narrative among the late 19th century narratives, Ghosh’s very own words comment on “This is how power is eclipsed; in a moment of vivid realism, between the waning of one fantasy of governance and its replacement by the next, in an instant when the world springs free from its moorings of dreams and reveals itself to be girdled in the pathways of survival and self-preservation... Is Amitav Ghosh’s The Glass Palace a...
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Exploring the Theme of Patriotism in the 1960's novels
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...novels: The Armies of the Night by Norman Mailer; The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Alex Haley; and Couples by John Updike Since its independence, America has been Utopia to many and Dystopia to many. Sometimes it is vehemently deplored for the underlying realities of its myth of success and development. Sometimes its stature is distended to cast a huge shadow over the rest of the world. If it is true that literature is the reflection of society, then the American novels of the 1960’s are the evidence of it. In this paper I attempt to depict how the theme of patriotism and dissent has been explored in three of those novels... Exploring the Theme of Patriotism and Dissent in three particular 1960's...
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Charles Dickens's novels (only this novels: Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, Hard Times) how did he criticized poverty, Crimin
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...novels written by Charles Dickens had importance in English history because of the social commentaries about the conventional Victorian views on children, women, the Jewish culture, and the poor and used a variety of literary... Charles Dickens was a prolific that created works that commented on the social issues of his time period. It is my intention to showthat through his use of children as central characters in his work, he was able to explore controversial issues and define his beliefs in a public forum without directly confronting society in a way that might alienate others from his point of view. His work provides an example of Gothic romance, his black and white point of view of evil and good...
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Challenging Ideas of Childhood as represented in Victorian Novels
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...Novels Introduction “In all the books I had read childhoods were either idyllic or deprived. Mine had been neither” (Bennett, 2003, 500). Any reader well versed in juvenile Victorian literature would be aware of these two contrasting dominant images, either that of a helpless child victim, or that of a child coming from an idyllic family setting. In fact the Victorian era is seen by many scholars as a period of contrasts. Charles Dickens in his novel The Tale of Two Cities starts by saying, “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times; it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness” (1948, 1). Gissing also calls this period... Challenging Ideas of Childhood as represented in Victorian...
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The Aubrey-Maturin Series of Novels by Patrick O'Brian
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...novels by Patrick O'Brian The Aubrey-Maturin novels is a series of novels written from 1970-1999. The series consists of21 novels devoted to the life and journeys of two friends: captain, Jack Aubrey and ship's surgeon Stephen Maturin. Patrick O'Brian was a well-known English translator and novelist. The novelist was born as Richard Patrick Russ but changed his name after the WWII. Patrick O'Brian lived in Southern France with his wife, Mary. O'Brian writes historical and adult mainstream novels, short stories and stories for young readers. O'Brien was a well known French translator made more than 30 translations from French to English. The Aubrey-Maturin novels depict... The Aubrey-Maturin Series of...
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The represesentation of disability and illness in Victorian England novels
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...Novels The Victorian Period is d for the Queen of England during the time period from 1837-1901. This period of time had a lot of things happening. The Industrial Revolution brought a lot of change to the landscape, making factories and cities and introducing new machines that helped people move around more. At the same time, people were able to find new ways of gaining wealth so that people in the lower classes were able to earn enough money to compete with the upper classes. However, as people everywhere were finding it possible to create new lives for themselves in all this plentitude and opportunity, those who were somehow... The Representation of Disability and Illness in Victorian England...
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Crusoe's Strategies of Economic Survival in Defoe's Novels
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...Novels Daniel Defoes famous work titled as The Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York marks the emerging of a new literary genre in the 18th century. Being one of the first English writers to have used the narrative technique typical of the modern literary fiction, Defoe contributes greatly to the advent of such literary form as realistic novel. The Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York touches upon perennial philosophical, existential and theological issues in a brand new way being an ode to true grit and stalwart will of man. Defoes innovative style... number 06 October Flanders and Crusoes Strategies of Economic Survival in Daniel Defoes Novels...
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Contributions of Satirical Graphic Novels to the quality of Primary Education in the US
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...Novels to the quality of Primary Education in the US Primary education in the United States as in all other nations is a vital aspect of growth and development of children. The content and nature of education, and what the primary school children learn should thus be well expressed by educators so that the children can easily understand. This prompts the use of learning and teaching materials that are easy to understand given that these children can easily be distracted. One such example of educating material that makes up the content of primary school education is the use of satirical graphic novels that use wit and irony to bring out the real nature of a topic... Contributions of Satirical Graphic...
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Murdering Heroism The Advent of Immoral Heroes In Graphic Novels (the cause and effects of graphic novels and manga which employ the use of immoral heroes (i.e
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...Novels Providing a realistic portraitf a young boy becoming a drug addict in the inner city f New York, A Hero Ain't Nothin' but a Sandwich suggests that there are no simple answers to the problems f addiction, poverty, and crime. A Hero Ain't Nothin' but a Sandwich is told as a series f brief monologues. Presented in a "documentary" style, the novel depicts each f the main characters telling his or her story in turn. This approach serves both to reinforce the novel's graphic realism and to illustrate the complexity f the problems that it addresses. All the novel's characters are distinct individuals, offering their own explanations... for Benjie's problems, justifying their own actions, and,...
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How do people consume novels How does it affect the purchase decision
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...Novel And Perception? Human beings have been fascinated by stories from time immemorial. Huge stories and epics prevailed among us long before the invention of paper and other printing materials. Novels are the latest form of registering our modern day stories. This study explores how modern novels are looked upon by the current readers and analyzes what kindles them to buy a novel. Our research proves media plays a significant role in making any novel a grand success. Like any business, every novel requires substantial marketing to make it a grand success. Introduction Nearly 63,000 book publishers are found worldwide (Poynter, 2008... How Best Seller Lists, Media And Top s Influence The Sale Of A...
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The Function of Seduction in Maupassants novels BelAmi, Pierre et Jean and Une vie
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...Novels Bel-Ami, Une Vie and Pierre et Jean The act of seduction, as a stimulant of love and pleasure has fascinated many writers from Goethe to Maupassant. But so far, the psychological motivations of seduction have not been discussed in great detail. While analyzing the notion of seduction, it would be interesting to wonder what might be the driving force behind the act of seduction as well as raising the question of who really is the seducer and who is the seduced. Three novels of Maupassant, Bel-Ami, Une Vie and Pierre et Jean deal with various aspects of the psychology and motivations of seduction and its effects and consequences on the characters. First, the male... Seduction in Maupassant's...
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A Paper on the Analysis of the Novels City of the Beasts and The Good Earth
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...Novels A Paper on the Analysis of the Novels of the Beasts and The Good Earth In APA Style University Introduction The novels that are written by different literary authors mirror the different scenarios and events in the culture and society. For that matter, the study of the messages conveyed and the meanings of the literary works such as novels can be considered important in the understanding of the history of human civilization. The in depth analysis of novels written can then be considered as an important evidence of cultural anthropology. In the study undertaken, the main focus is the comparative analysis of two novels namely the City... of the Beasts which is written by Isabel...
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The Function of Seduction in Maupassants novels Bel-Ami, Pierre et Jean and Une vie
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...Novels Bel-Ami, Une Vie and Pierre et Jean The act of seduction, as a stimulant of love and pleasure has fascinated many writers from Goethe to Maupassant. But so far, the psychological motivations of seduction have not been discussed in great detail. While analyzing the notion of seduction, it would be interesting to wonder what might be the driving force behind the act of seduction as well as raising the question of who really is the seducer and who is the seduced. Three novels of Maupassant, Bel-Ami, Une Vie and Pierre et Jean deal with various aspects of the psychology and motivations of seduction and its effects and consequences on the characters. First, the male... Seduction in Maupassant’s...
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Contrasting two Literary Novels as to how Sex is used as a tool in Literature
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...Novels as to how Sex is used as a tool in Literature In the novel, "Like Water for Chocolate" there is a great emphasis given as to how powerful sex can be with regard to control and dominance over one person towards another. To introduce this idea, one example that can show validation for this statement is when Tita De La Garza prepares a meal for the family utilizing the rose petals that Pedro gave to her. These rose petals seemingly place a sexual element into this specific part of the story which affects not only the main characters but the secondary ones as well. Tita's younger sister leaves the ranch in a lustful state, running away... within this sexual charge, as was pointed out...
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Adultary in the novels the great gatsby and the scarlet letter
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...novels which are divided by a great expanse of time. There is however a theme which, though treated very differently in these novels, offers interesting possibilities for comparison and contrast. This of course is the theme of adultery. The essay shall seek to explore the intrinsic connection between the representations of adultery in these novels and the social and historical milieus in which they are set. This shall also make for a fruitful study of the change in portrayals of marriage, human relationships and fidelity in American fiction... of Adultery in The Great Gatsby and The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter (1850) and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby (1922) are...
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Even titles of novels imply that symbolism and imagery is used in fiction
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...novels imply that symbolism and imagery is used in fiction Literary criticism and literary scholarship give us such theories and methods to understand and grasp the nature οf fiction and to describe and represent the works οf fiction. The poststructuralist tendency has also influenced literary scholars who would not regard themselves as poststructuralists. A widely accepted opinion today is that each οf the approaches have a valuable contribution to make to the community οf interpretation. More readings are accepted. At the same time the meaning οf the text is understood as a complex οf possibilities οf meaning. Umberto Eco writes about the openness οf the text, meaning that each text... Even s of...
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Comparison and contrast between the two novels Verginia Woolf's to the light house and Conrad's Heart
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...novel To the Lighthouse since she was able to take the readers from one time to another, displaying consciousness through the lines of the characters. This was manifested in one of her lines which stated: “Yes, she thought, laying down her brush in extreme fatigue, I have had my vision” (Woolf). The use of language in her novel mainly displayed a variety of emotions. These words imply significant meanings that describe the personality of each character. The use of language also indicates the combination of what the character has stated and what the narrator tries to imply. The lines that state “...impressions poured in upon her of those two men... ?To the Lighthouse and Heart of Darkness Virginia Woolf...
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The Red Shoe by Ursula Dubosarsky and Stardust Novels by Neil Gaiman
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...Novels by Neil Gaiman Folk tales and fairy tales have long been accepted and encouraged in cultural memories and have had significant social functions. Not only has children’s literature dramatically altered over the decades, but it also has demonstrated how postmodern lifestyle has modified and shaped the concept of childhood. The established modification of children’s literature is a reflection of the social situations of children’s fears and desires. The Red Shoe by Ursula Dubosarsky (2006) is an inspiring tale for young adult readers belonging to the genre of fantasy fiction. The elements of mystery, realism, and fairy tale... ? Children's Literature: The Red Shoe by Ursula Dubosarsky and Stardust...
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Contrasting two Literary Novels as to how Sex is used as a tool in Literature
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...Novels as to how Sex is used as a tool in Literature In the novel, “Like Water for Chocolate” there is a great emphasis given as to how powerful sex can be with regard to control and dominance over one person towards another. To introduce this idea, one example that can show validation for this statement is when Tita De La Garza prepares a meal for the family utilizing the rose petals that Pedro gave to her. These rose petals seemingly place a sexual element into this specific part of the story which affects not only the main characters but the secondary ones as well. Tita’s younger sister leaves the ranch in a lustful state, running away... within this sexual charge, as was pointed out...
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Compare the novelsThe road and hater about the similar theme good verse evil
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...novel Hater by David Moody takes the human tendencies towards violence and expands them into a world gone mad, allowing for the exploration of the darkest actions in contrast to intent... Client’s The Theme of Good and Evil in Cormac McCarthy’s The Road as it Contrasts and Compares to that of DavidMoody’s Hater The theme of good and evil is a very old theme that can be seen in works of literature that date back to the first writings of human kind. The duality of what is good within human beings as it is contrasted by what is evil, as well as what is perceived as good and evil has been manifested and personified in literary works in order to better understand the external and the internal worlds. The nove...
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Culture Clashes in the two novelsThings fall apart Chinua Achebe and Lolita Vladimir Nabokov
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...novels yet both reveal their same sentimental judgment, their attempts to walk into the alien culture and their lost identity. The following essay is an effort to portray the clash of cultures... 14 March Culture Clash: Things Fall Apart and Lolita of the Things Fall Apart and Lolita covered the different cultural aspects of their respective societies of twentieth century and showed in their fictitious characters the experience of the “lost generations”. The influence of the outside culture had already confused them and the way they were following the trend of mixed culture made them lose their particular religious dictates, norms and conventions. Both Lolita and the Things Fall Apart are different...
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Why Fahrenheit 451 Is One Of The Most Significant Novels In The Present Time Persuasive Essay
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...novels in the present time that is derived from pulp fiction, which Ray Bradbury has transformed into one of the most influential in the society to date. An excellent piece of literature that talks about the future of the society, that is, one where being ignorant is more important than being knowledgeable, this book talks about how a what happens to the society whose people are deprived of their rights to be learn through books. The book is an excellent source of literature that would enlighten any of its readers about how technology has deprived humanity of obtaining the great power of reason by the burning of books... ?A Review of Fahrenheit 451 Fahrenheit 451 is no doubt one of the most significant...
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Toni Morrison's novels The Bluest Eye, Song of Solomon, and Beloved
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...novels The Bluest Eye, Song of Solomon, and Beloved. The ideas of trauma, memory and narrative are intimately linked throughout Toni Morrison's work. All of Morrison's novels to date deal with the trauma associated with being a black (usually female) American. The novels span around one hundred and fifty years of American history, and the traumas of black Americans range from physical abuses such as injury, rape and murder, to the psychological damage inflicted on black citizens by their exclusion from white society, and their desire for cultural and personal identity and a sense of belonging. On another level... , Morrison's novels attempt to provide the very kind of identity...
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Discuss the Role and Representation of the Victim in 2 different Novels
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...novels in which detectives are hired for murder cases. The stories of the novels revolve around the detectives and their efforts to solve their cases. They experience murders, lies, and interact with people who are never what they seem to be. This leads the detectives to investigate further and reach a conclusion by the end of the novel to find the murderer. However, these novels never give much importance to the victims and their stories. This paper will assess the victims in these two novels and how they were murdered. In The Big Sleep there are many victims including Geiger... Number] Victims The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler and Peril at End House by Agatha Christie are two criminal investigation...
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Realistic Portrayal of Prison Life in Movies based on Stephen Kings Novels
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...Novels Movies are known to be superficial portrayal of real life affair and events, even one that claims being based on the true story. Conversely, there are some films that are close to realism with their delivery of certain subject, theme, or information – making the superficial nature of the film tolerable. The Shawshank Redemption is one of the films that are regarded close to realism of portraying life in prison. Shawshank Redemption was based on the novel of Stephen King titled “Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption”. The film was directed by Frank Darabont and was portrayed by Tim Robbins as the main protagonist, Andy... ?Realistic Portrayal of Prison Life in Movies based on Stephen King’s...
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Compare and Contrast the Novels of Maru by Bessie Head and Massacre River by Rene Philoctete
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...novels of Maru by Bessie Head and Massacre River by Rene Philoctete with respect to their discussion of ethnic discrimination. How do they orchestrate their plots to make their respective points about equality and discrimination? Introduction One often marvels at the wonders of colonialism and what it has supposedly achieved for the natives of the colonies. Influenced by the writing and historical accounts of western writers, most of whom are notoriously biased and one sided, we readily jump to the conclusion that it has lifted Asia and the dark continent of Africa out of the wilderness and backwardness... of the of the Ethnic Discrimination in Maru and Massacre River Q. Compare and contrast the novels...
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