• The Underlying Meaning and Theme in “Jonathan Livingston Seagull”
    or religious lesson in allegorical form [6, 15]. According its character the parable is near to the fable (in the18th century sometimes even scholars didn't do any differences between parable and fable). However the sense of the parable is always meaningful. It illustrates the main important idea...
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  • a doll's house
    her freedom, for her independent characteristics, for the right of living as she want. Nora, the leading character, informs her husband ,Torvald, that she will no accept his control over her life any more and intend to leave home to start her new life, when the angry Torvald mentions her sacred duties...
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  • Narrative Devices and Structure in 'the French Lieutenant's Woman' and 'Our Country's Good'
    Fowles himself, who immediately takes the position of a typical intrusive and omniscient Victorian narrator; he uses the comment ‘the local spy – and there was one’ to refer to the reader, but it could just as much refer to the way that Victorian writers knew everything about their characters. His...
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  • The Cask of Amontillado Analysis
    : to suggest freedom or confinement, in harmony or opposition to the freedom or confinement of the characters. This is called the “Gothic Interior.” Most people go back and forth between feeling free and feeling trapped. The Gothic Interior is meant to make us hyperaware of these emotions through...
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  • The Grapes of Wrath: On the Individual and Sociological Effects of Economic Structure
    A novel is a written expression of a series of events, often given through the perspective of at least one character. If there are many of these—and indeed, there are—then it is elementary that some should be more esteemed than others. When one thinks about classic books he or she often comes...
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  • Literature and Russian Culture
    not Russian literature can provide both strong and accurate insights to Russian political culture. The main purpose in this essay is to show the role of literature in the explanation and description of Russia and life at that time. One view point that is strongly held by writer Edwin Keenan...
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  • Anton Chekhov: the Father of the Modern the Modern Character
    A very controversial writer of his time, Anton Chekhov, was a man who overcame numerous difficulties throughout his lifetime. Anton Chekhov was a Russian dramatist and author; many consider him to be among the greatest writers of short stories in history. His plays and short stories are held in...
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  • From Book to Films - Liberating and Democratic Experience
    went into the world, the more I realized that the characters and their backstories were too complex to fit into the film, so I wanted to help create a novel to fully explore the tangled web of emotions in the village of Daggorhorn.” So I see how for a writer going from books to films might not be...
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  • Room on the Roof Summary
    , his friend were intercultural and interesting. The gripping part of the plot is when they all gather at bazaar, at the chat shop and have some spicy snacks. The writer ensures that we will adore them because the reasons for their true friendship and immense love. In fact this is the main reason why I...
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  • Analysis of Rita Dove’s, “Daystar”
    C Stevens 07/09/2010 Professor Kierath English 102.212 Analysis of Rita Dove’s, “Daystar” “Daystar” by Rita Dove is an expressive poem, which centers on the main character, a young mother and wife, who internally struggles with her burdensome, daily duties, which creates a lack of freedom...
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  • Romanticism
    Cullen Bryant, Edgar Allan Poe and a whole group of writers turn the Classicism to a literature in which people espoused freedom and individualism, made those who read their stories dream, imagine and become enthusiastic with the supernatural, gothic, beauty of mystery and nature and a hole role of characteristics of this genre that " even today American writers display Romantic qualities as they probe the national character and celebrate nature"...
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  • How Network Novel Affecting Chinese Popular Culture?
    tightly controlled by the central government. But the limitations do not suitable for the online literary works. There are much more freedom for the online literary works. Many different genera are allowed on the internet; and also, Writer can freely express their feeling of the situation of the...
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  • Romanticism
    romantic writers who use supernatural effects, Gothicism, nature, and solitude to illustrate the main differences between American and English Romanticism. In “Rip Van Winkle” by Washington Irving, he uses nature, supernatural effects, and solitude in order to create Rip’s character. Rip is not happy with...
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  • Room
    . 4. The three main characters in this book were Jack, Ma, and a man referred to as Old Nick. Jack is a 5 year-old boy, who was born and raised in what he calls, “Room.” Later in the book, when he escapes people refer to him as odd or unusual, but that’s understandable considering his...
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  • Washington Square (Henry James)
    the sharply etched portraits of the four main characters. Even the rusty plot revolving around "the will" has charmed many critics with its old-fashioned simplicity. Catherine's slow but unmistakable development into independence and wisdom is a notable success for James and has been much...
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  • Muckraker
    . Naturalism was a literary movement of the late 19th century that was an extension of Realism. What was the main focus of the Naturalistic writer? Naturalists wrote about the fringes of society, the criminal, the fallen, and the down-and-out. 3. American Realists believed that humanity's freedom of...
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  • Camus, Caligula , for Actor
    such a society as well. In order to become completely free, he assumes he should be free of them as well. It is here that the main conflict lies and the absurdity of complete freedom is exposed. Caligula’s pursuit of freedom mirrors the existentialist’s pursuit for values, since “freedom of choice...
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  • Comparative Essay
    explore the theme of Western superiority, their royal and noble origins and the concept of perfect world the white people live in. Kurtz the main character in Heart of Darkness entranced the natives by making them think of him as a “God”. “They would not stir till Mr Kurtz gave the word” (83). Kurtz is...
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  • Freedom Writers
    Freedom Writers Dozens of diaries and thousands of words, the words of pain, suffering and dreams, and the only one man with an unshakable strength of will, who decided to these words embody in the life. Just so I would like to start. The director of the film is Richard Lagravenese. The year of...
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  • The Rise to Realism
    .' Naturalism was a literary movement of the late 19th century that was an extension of Realism. What was the main focus of the Naturalistic writer? Naturalistic writers believed that the laws behind the forces that govern human lives might be studied and understood through their objective...
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