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Novels
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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.… Celie, the protagonist of The Color Purple, is a black woman suffered from…
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Fantasy Novels
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Does fantasy represent a subversive space within the mainstream where ideas, images and ideologies can be challenged Discuss the possibility of fantasy to create a subversive space to critique or challenge the mainstream culture by using two novels "The Man in The High Castle" by Philip K.Dick and "The Last Unicorn" by Peter.S.Beagle. … These fantasy novels…
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French Novels
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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 contributing towards issues of race and gender.…
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The Novels
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The Underdogs, an epic 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… But The Underdogs was the one & only exception. The reader experiences Azuela’s heartbeat…
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Coming of Age Novels
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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.…
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Family Relationship in Novels
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The two 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 mothers encourage their children to work hard, be smart and make their own way to happiness despite the preset…
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Novels and god
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God is pivotal in lovely bones because of morality view that it offers. In the novel, Lovely Bones, in which Susie is brutally raped and murdered- Susie’s killer would often sit and stare at… In this context, the author quotes and correlates the Bible by stating, “Woe to those who go to great depths to hide their plans from the Lord, who do their work in…
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Civil Rights Movement Novels
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Many 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.… This might be counterintuitive since the white man would seem the…
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Essays on Novels
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Essays on 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, C and 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).…
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Research Proposal for Graphic Novels
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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… phic novels in the U.S has had an immense contribution to primary education (Schwartz 221). This…
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Jane Austen and her Novels
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Jane Austen and her 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.… Austen’s main focus had always…
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Learning Human Nature From Novels
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This paper focuses on the learning brought about by novels and in short disputes scientific psychology’s power to affect people. Many people still have questions on the effect of reading novels to attitudes, beliefs and even to life as a whole. … We should understand that a novel is a piece of art, a masterpiece that can be considered. More often than not, it…
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Jane Austen and her Novels
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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… Her themes and the innovative methods of treatment that she undertook are important…
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Learning Human Nature From Novels
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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. … In the year 2002, a group of students from the International Congress IGEL University of Pecs conducted a study entitled "Causal…
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Stephen Crane and Harriet Jacobs Novels Summary
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An author of this paper intends to review two novels written by Stephen Crane and Harriet Jacobs: "Maggie: A Girl of the Streets" and "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl". These two novels show the variation in gender roles in American literature.… On the other hand, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is a different representation…
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Stephen Kings Novels Recreated into Films
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A young family, the Creeds have recently moved to a new neighborhood where they very quickly lose their cat, which is run over by a speeding truck. The Creed's neighbor, Jud (Fred Gwynne), feeling bad for the family, tells Mr. Creed (Dale Midkiff) about the secret Indian burial ground in the neighborhood, which has mysterious rejuvenating powers.… The story of…
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Role of propaganda on DMZ Graphics Novels
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DMZ Graphics 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… However, DMZ is not about Iraq or Afghanistan, but the Manhattan Island (New York…
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Analysis of novels and their films
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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… For example, Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus, the 1984 film directed by Miloš Forman and adapted from…
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Novels Predicting America of the 21st Century
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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.…
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Novels and Works of Jonathan Tulloch
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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.… These chosen writings…
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Analysis of novels and their films
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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.…
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Migrant Identity in the select novels of Salman Rushdie
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Migrant identity in the select novels by Salman Rushdie Thesis Salman Rushdie is the author 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 novels “Midnight’s Children”, “Moor’s Last Sigh”, “Shame” and…
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An Overview of Turkish and Greek Epistolary Novels
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This essay shows an overview of Turkish and Greek epistolary novels and explains that an epistolary novel is a long narrative that is composed of correspondence such as letters, journal entries, diary entries, newspaper clippings, or electronic documents. … This rejection of the epistolary novel is a tragic decision because the epistolary novel can be a very…
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Comparison between two novels with post-colonial theories applied
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Why? Why not? Make your case using relevant theoretical sources and textual material from both novels. (2000 words)  When talking about Amitav… e 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”. “The Glass Palace” is one of the Gosh’s ambitious…
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Exploring the Theme of Patriotism in the 1960's novels
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In this paper the writer attempts to depict how the theme of patriotism and dissent has been explored in three of those novels: The Armies of the Night by Norman Mailer; The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Alex Haley; and Couples by John Updike.… In The Armies of the Night, using a unique genre that combines the narrative…
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