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"Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte
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Despite being bullied and terrorized, she has a strong spirit, a fiery temper and a passionate nature, along with a sense of justice, all of which help her to overcome her fears throughout her life. Childhood memories
The Zig Zag Way by Anita Desai
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The novel often brings the readers back to U.S. and England though its background is set in Mexico. From the descriptions of the novelist, one understands lost relations of Eric who is at present a native of Mexico. As he was descendent of an American Cornish origin, Eric decides to seek for his identity.
What, if anything, stabilizes identity in the contemporary novel? -A Critical Exploration
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This essay stresses that whereas Hughes insisted on the necessity of engaging the condition of Black identity, Everett sides, as Margaret Russet has argued, with Ellison’s argument that the artistic obligations of the black writer may be served by engaging with formal and generic issues.
Hegels Essay on Love
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he concept of love plays a significant role in philosopher’s explanations of the relationships of the man with God, himself and the world. The fragment on study presents the early views of Hegel, conveying the major postulates of the philosopher as to the meaning and role of love in the life of human beings.
Dashiell Hammetts The Maltese Falcon
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The novel highlights the typical human characteristics that existed in the contemporary society. Numerous choices and consistent hard work can make an individual thrive in the world. In the novel, we find different human efforts that helped them define themselves. In the story we find Spade explaining the story of Flitcraft to Brigid.
Kims Novel Review
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The essay shows that the novel has been regarded as a great source of information to get insight into several issues and incidents that occurred at the backdrop of The Great Game, Russian and British conflict in Central Asia and Second Afghan War. It provides great detailed description and reflection of the cultures, daily lives, political rituals.
How do people consume novels? How does it affect the purchase decision?
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From this paper, it is clear that the modern day novels also depict nearly the same. The various political issues, war related news and the hidden fantasies of people are portrayed by various writers. When the experiences of humans are written in words, then the words come to life in the minds of the writer.
Thomas More and Niccolo Machiavelli on Human Nature
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In reality, however, the authors reasonably state that the human nature, namely such features as peoples’ concentration on material things and their fraility, is an obstacle on the way of establishment of the ideal state. It is necessary to describe the differences that are present in the views of the mentioned thinkers.
Learning Human Nature From Novels
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From this research, it is clear that it cannot be answered by a simple phrase saying that novels make lives beautiful. There is no connection between gender and the level of sophistication in literature. Through the mentioned study, there is already a glimpse of the fact that people are not reading novels for anything.
A Christmas Carol - how the novel criticizes the Victorian Society
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The novel is based t the Christmas time, as it is meant to be an occasion of happiness, love, and generosity to the people, especially to those who are not as fortunate as others. The novel focuses on the ill mannered and bad tempered character of Ebenezer Scrooge who later in the novel transforms into a loving, kind and generous old man.
The Godfather by Mario Puzo, A Comparison of novel and film
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This essay demonstrates the common theme that, therefore, is what we believe to be bearing the underlying relevance of the both the novel and the films: assimilation of immigrant families into the American society and its resultant consequences. This we believe superseded the notion that it was the film that made the novel famous because of historical data.
Bertha Mason Character Analysis in the Context of Feminist Theory
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This paper examines the feminist perspective and how it relates to the character of Bertha Antoinetta Mason, a fictional character in Charlotte Brontë's novel, Jane Eyre. The book was written almost a century before the advent of feminism. Feminism is a worldview that emerged and gained prominence in the 1950s.
John Widemans identity crisis in the Brothers and Keepers
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This discussion talks that John’s identity crisis evidently comes to the surface in the early sections of the novel where he is seen living in an alienated world. John Wideman projects the reality surrounding his identity by telling the story of Robert’s life through Robby’s words. John sees life and the world, in general, through Robby’s eyes.
Shelley's Frankenstein and How the Novel is a Reflection of Her Times
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This essay discusses that to understand why Mary Shelley chose such a gothic setting as her debut novel we need to explore the cultural setting in which Shelley grew up and was surrounded by. In particular, the influence of Romanticist philosophy which engulfed the Western hemisphere from the mid 18th century onwards.
The Great American Novel Moby Dick: Three Reasons of its Greatness
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This essay analyzes that though at a first glance the novel seems to be of annoyingly large volume, its captivating quality is such that it can easily push a reader to read further between its lines. Because of its poetic and canonical quality, few of its lines that contain any minimal unit of meaning can easily grip a reader’s imagination.
The Concept of Gradual Truth in Dickinson's Poetry
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In his article “Devious Truths,” Benjamin Friedlander presents the possible contradicting approaches to Dickinson's texts. He aims to address the questions of whether the poet writes about how “indirection and honesty are compatible” or whether “her ultimate aim is not veracity, but communication” (Friedlander 32). Friedlander states that Dickinson's work should be analyzed whether it aims to stress the importance of saying the truth accurately, or of blurring the truth by creative articulation to cushion its blow, or of the possibility of combining truth and telling.
Faust by Goethe
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The phrase Sturm und Drang (Storm and Stress) was the title of a drama by Friedrich Klinger, first enacted in 1776 that was pivotal in creating a new trend among young writers in Germany during the 1770s. The European romanticism of the age leaves its impressions in many scenes of the play, showing the pathos of the inner self and human feelings.
Women Characters in The Courtesan’s Jewel Box
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Du Shiniang is a beautiful woman with standard moral with a desire to have a stable and respectable family with the man of her love. Her interaction with Li Jia explores her desire and reserved quality of a wife material. She sacrifices her job and sticks to Li Jia even without a penny.
Mama in the A Raisin in the Sun
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As the discussion, Mama in the A Raisin in the Sun, stresses Mama, the matriarch of the family, wants to purchase a house to fulfill her late husband’s dream. Mama’s son, Walter, would prefer using the money to start a liquor store with his friends. He believes that the venture will solve the family’s financial problem.
Dorian Gray in the 21st Century
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The essay analyzes the figure of Dorian Gray, his psychology and style. His morality and psychology are uniformly narcissistic while his sexuality can be considered an extension of this narcissistic personality, resulting in an ambivalent asexuality but with no qualms about appearing promiscuous. One word that describe Dorian's personality is indulgence.
Brave New World by Aldous Huxeley and THX 1138
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A reflective analysis of "Brave New World" and "THX 1138" confirms that both the works effectively deal with several pertinent themes of the modern world including sexuality, technology, reproduction etc. This paper makes a comparative analysis of the novel by Aldous Huxley and the film by George Lucas in order to determine the importance of control and freedom in human life.
Fashion Muse - The Story of a Murderer
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This essay analyzes The story of Perfume: The Story of a Murderer. The protagonist in the story has no odor of his own leaving people somewhat put off by him for reasons that they can never quite understand. This leaves him alienated and alone. However, the protagonist, Jean-Baptiste Grenouille, referred to by his last name throughout the book.
Silent Travelers by Alan M. Kraut and Eugenic Nation by Alexandra Minna Stern
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Between the year 1881 and 1924, over twenty three million immigrants found their way into the United States of America, and the nation has since never been the same again. Most of us are connected to the wave of immigration, which makes a better comprehension of the incorporative approach appropriate.
Sonny's Blues and the Weary Blues
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The theme of identity crisis is the subject matter of Sonny’s Blues (1957), which is a short story by James Baldwin, and Weary Blues (1923), a poem by Langston Hughes. Besides, both the works belong to different genres of literature, but the undercurrent of identical elements like music and the theme of identity crisis binds both the works together.
The Cuban Swimmer
1 pages (250 words) , Book Report/Review
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“The Cuban Swimmer” is the story of a Cuban-American family whose daughter is taking part in a swimming competition. The family is going with the girl on a boat where Edoardo the father is instructing the girl on a megaphone, the brother is sailing the boat and mother and grandmother are praying for the success of the daughter.
An Essay On Women By Mary Leapor
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The paper shows that an Epistle to a Lady” carries a pessimistic world view regarding the empowerment or emancipation of womenfolk and find way out to get rid of the social norms and values that were against womenfolk. The poem is the voice of a female in which injustices done with women are enumerated and discussed. It is full of emotions.
Earth Odyssey by Mark Hertsgaard
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The interesting point in the author’s position is that almost entire human activity is somehow related to and aimed at consumerism and multiplication of comfort and profit. Chemicals polluting water, soil, and air, greenhouse gas emissions - all these things are tolerated as long as people can make ends meet, live comfortably or even afford certain surfeits.
Beowulf
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Beowulf is a world-renowned epic consisting of 3182 alliterative lines and is thought to have been written between the 8th and 11th century. This paper tells us about the plot and Tolkiens opinion about the theme of Beowulf.
The Lady With the Dog
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In Anton Chekov’s short story the action of the story comes as both of characters become physically involved despite the fact that they are both married and have spouses waiting for them at their respective homes. They meet in Crimean vacation destination of Yalta; as they are both trying to inject some much needed change into their own lives.
World War 1 in Mrs.Dalloway Novel
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In the novel, Virginia describes the social system in Britain on how a society’s members start to scrutinize the Victorian values which included the will power and the manliness. These values that the boy was ingrained with from his youth were seriously put into question. The author uses Septimus Warren Smith, a war hero suffering from ‘shell shock’.
FRENCH LITERATURE IN THE 1800s
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The influences cannot be contained within the framework of any particular era, for they will transgress the divide; borrowing something from the past and lending something to the future. While considering the 19th century French literature, one will find certain elements, which are in the brink of extinction, yet existing in continuity to the 18th century.
Death of a Salesman and the American Dream
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A closer reading of the text, and a more careful analysis of the characters, demonstrates that the fatal flaws may reside in the characters rather than in the romantic American ideal.
Technological Advancements and use in two different literary works
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The main theme in the film is that of the relationship between female sexuality, the male that is visually oriented and technology as it is applied in the creation of films. It can thus be concluded that the metropolis films is not only a conflation of the stereotypes in gender but also the phobia in relation to technology.
The May-Fourth Generation of Modern Chinese Writer
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The word “modernity” was hardly used in the study of the English language of the Chinese literature prior to 1989. Since the field is described as modern, this appears ironic. Nevertheless, it denotes the ideological nature in the way in which modernity in China is thought of, particularly in the West as well as China (Lu 35).
Contrast or a contradiction in the novel Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte
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This essay discusses that in the consideration of Edgar, Catherine demonstrates both the need to honor time-honored tradition as well as the need for personal material gain. In seeking a match of equal or greater significance than her own family name, Catherine’s marriage to Edgar could be seen as a means of bringing honor back to the family line.
Sunday in the Park Dichotomy in Her Personality
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The story reveals the conflict between man’s primeval, natural instinct towards violence and physical dominance and the learned reason inculcated by civilized society forms in the central theme of "Sunday in the Park". Her personality reflects the dichotomy between her conventional behavior and her instinct to submit to force.
Differing views on Feminism in Little Women
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Louisa May Alcott’s novel, Little Women, is a timeless classic. A much beloved text, it has stood the literary test of time. One of the fascinating features of this story is the four different variations of womanhood, as seen through the characterization of the March sisters, each one different and with her own ideas and dreams.
Mocks Books of Chivalry
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The book depicts Don Quixote as a Spanish nobleman who is very interested in books and particularly the books that present historical adventures as well as the books that distantly suggest that they were written by Clive Cussler in the 16th Century. It is these kinds of stories that motivate Don Quixote to the extent that he decides that he would be an errant warrior.
The Thousand and One Nights
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They are also considered to be powerful and persuasive, which only comes back to them not being able to be trusted. The story begins with King Sharayar and his chief vizier, Shahzaman. Both men, in a short amount of time from the other, have felt the pain and betrayal of their wives committing acts of infidelity.
Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
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This essay also discusses Frankenstein (1818) or the Modern Prometheus which is a novel written by a British author Mary Shelly. The novel has arguably spawned a complete genre of horror stories and scientific fiction. Early critics greeted the novel with praise and disdain. There are more differences between the movie and the book than there are similarities.
Awareness of Death in Don DeLillo’s White Noise
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This essay demonstrates that DeLillo takes on a dialogue method of leaving out the speaker; awareness and fears at this point are the same. However, in this method, DeLillo illustrates as well that the characters represent not only themselves. Here, death is practically similar to present-day life’s interruption of continuous electricity and noise.
Rebel Youth By Ian Milligan
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The central theme puts light on the causes and issues that demanded an egalitarian society in the country. During the period between 1964 and 1973, baby boomers started to change their perspective on the issues of individual rights, civil rights, and democracy as well.
How Biomedicine Shapes Women's Views of Health in a Chinese Novel
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This thesis will study 'Gold-dust Dynasty" from the anthropological perspective, with particular emphasis on the medical anthropological perspective. As there is a scarcity of previous studies of "Gold-dust Dynasty", the review will consist of previous works on related topics and briefly introduce the methodology of critical medical anthropology.
Geography of Bliss
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Shanti Road can also be another kind of ashram because despite the differences and chaos, people have found the ways to be happy. The author has caught the essence of India’s attraction that thrives on spiritualism and faith in God. People have strong social ties and believe that one should do one’s work and leave the results in the hands of God. In both the places, peace of mind and happiness has remained the important element of life.
Jurisprudential Analysis of Charles Dickens’ The Great Expectation
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From this paper, it is clear that Dickens points law as that what the government and parliaments enact as law. He seems to support positivists who argue that law is the command of the sovereign buttressed by sanctions. Law is that which is posted either as an order, decision, practice or that which is tolerated.
Illusions and Disillusionment in A Passage to India
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The real motive of the writer seems to show the hollowness of these illusions and the ultimate destruction of these myths in an ironic way. The unknown powers of destiny seem to be against human aspirations as in Greek Myth and they always are engaged in efforts to dispel the illusory belief formed by man.
River of Shadows verses the Eiffel Tower
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“Rivers of Shadows” shows a biographical portrait of the photographer Eadweard Muybridge. It is about the history of how the western countries got to develop and the different technological change in the nineteenth century. There are pictures from the book that shows the development of the film industry that led to the current Hollywood.
Every Man Dies Alone By Hanns Fallada
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From this paper, it is clear that the political activity that the engaged, which was making postcards and posting them out to the people so that they could create a resistance to the Nazi Government, helped to keep their relationship blossoming since they were close together and worked together.
Lu Xun’s Diary of a Mad Man
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The person in the story has apparently gone through the bygone days, and as he comes back to normal, he remembers that he is the person who has ceased to share out his message as he is not successful in purging his heart to sorrows and the loneliness he went through those days. There were two siblings in the story.
A passenger on the Mayflower
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On September 6th, 37 members of our congregation, 102 total passengers, saints and strangers together boarded the Mayflower for this new continent. Originally we had planned on boarding two ships, the other referred to as the Speedwell.
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