Branwell Brontë

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  • Mary Is A Happy House Wife Analysis

    Have you ever had the feeling that someone wasn't who they said they are? In the story Mary is a happy housewife until one day her world is turned upside down. She reveals her true self in every action from the mistake she made to the events after it. Many themes can be interpreted in the story. The main theme is that things aren't always as they seem. In other words you can never be sure who to love or trust. The first piece of evidence supporting the theme is when the readers are…

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  • Moors In Wuthering Heights

    Wuthering Heights is a “wild” place with wide open areas, a wet place and also with infertile land. Furthermore, Wuthering Heights can be: The Moors. At the beginning of the novel Heathcliff and Catherine lived there. Later in the story Catherine marries Edgar Linton and started living at Trushcross Grange. On the other hand, Thrushcross Grange its a more advanced area, with people with better manners. Its a town were we can call people: civilized. At Thrushcross Grange, we have the Linton’s.…

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  • Anita Desai Quest For Freedom Analysis

    CHAPTER-2: Quest for Freedom Quest for freedom is the most eminent theme in the novels of Anita Desai. Due to its importance in her works, it is bound to find reoccurrence. The quest for freedom prevails as the most powerful and influential theme and all the major characters seem to be striving for something with which they cannot come in terms with. The society in which they live and cannot go away from it leaves a deep question mark in their minds. They are in quest for freedom…

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  • The Palace Of Illusions Analysis

    The Palace of Illusions , written by award-winning novelist and poet Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is a rendition of the Hindu epic Mahabharata as told from Panchaali's (Draupadi’s) point of view , namely, that of a woman living in a patriarchal world. It is narrated by Paanchali herself, who is the wife of the five Pandava brothers. It follows Paanchali’s life from a fiery birth and a childhood spent in loneliness, where she only had her…

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  • The Theme Of Patriarchy In The Handmaid's Tale

    When we mention the theme of a book or a novel, we are discussing about a general idea, lesson, or message that can be seen through the entire story. The events in the book may be very interesting, or exciting, but without the universal connection to human, they will not grab our attention in any real way. A novel of Magaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale, is highly considered as a stimulating work of feminist dystopian fiction that examines the cultural construction of fertility, rebellion,…

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  • Memoirs Of A Girlhood Among Ghosts By Maxine Hong Kingston's The Woman Warrior

    When people listen to the word ‘autobiography’, they instantly expect a book which deals with the life story of the author. They believe that it must be a book of nonfiction. However, The Woman Warrior – Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts written by Maxine Hong Kingston is different than other autobiographies. First of all, it is an autobiography by a Chinese American woman. Then, she included lots of fantastic elements. Moreover, the protagonist of her autobiography is not only her, but her…

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  • Bleak House Analysis

    Bleak House is a story about Esther Summerson who lives with her aunt and is the illegitimate daughter of Lady Dedlock and Captain Hawdon. She spends the early years of her life at Ms. Barbary, her aunt’s house. After Ms. Barbary’s death she goes to live at Greenleaf at Ms. Donny’s with the help of her guardian Mr. Jarndyce. She spends six years at Greenleaf. After six years she goes to live at her guardian’s house accompanied with two other wards Miss Ada Clare and Richard Carstone. She…

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  • Gene's Genie: A Scientific Tragedy

    The book, Genie: A Scientific Tragedy Book, the main character was a girl nicknamed Genie. She went through pain and misery that I would not even wish on my worst enemy. How could parents of a young child be so cruel and harsh, Genie was considered mentally retarded by her parents and was abused a lot. She was tied up in a dark room behind the house. How could one survive such misery, I would have lost my marbles if I was in her place. I empathize her because she is so young and is merely a…

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  • Literary Analysis On Jane Eyre

    human being with an independent will” – Jane Eyre. I think that Jane is an intelligent, simple, and honest girl who was forced to live through inequality, injustice, and humiliation. Jane Eyre is the protagonist of the novel “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Brontë. She was an orphaned child. Throughout the years, she grows independent and strong. She receives cruel and unfair treatment from her Aunt Mrs. Reed. In her search of finding freedom, she meets Mr. Rochester, a wealthy, rude man who works at…

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  • Imagery In Jane Eyre

    invoke a lack of interest and are not distributed appropriately throughout her novel. These factors, therefore, render her imagery ineffective. Charlotte Bronte has a gift for presenting vivid landscapes and architecture however, her descriptions…

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