Great American Novel

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  • Scarlet Letter Psychological Analysis

    Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter is a novel following the life of an adulteress, Hester Prynne, and her struggles with herself and her community as her illegitimate child grows older. Hawthorne is one of the most well known American authors and has many famous works taught in schools all over the country. The Scarlet Letter, while usually referred to as a romance novel, has very little action; instead, it focuses mainly on the thoughts of the characters. Hawthorne uses his character’s…

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  • Leigh Bardugo

    Major American Author essay Who is Leigh Bardugo? Leigh Bardugo is an amazing author, who writes young adult fantasy novels. Bardugo is a unique and astonishing author. Some of the ways that makes Bardugo such a great author are the ways she sets the tone, mood, and how she uses imagery in her novels. One way Bardugo is an amazing author, is the way she uses tone in her novels. Bardugo really knows how to emphasize the tone in the words she uses in her books, causing the reader to experience…

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  • Heterogeneous Narrative Perspective Of Absalom ! Essay

    Heterogeneous Narrative Perspective Absalom, Absalom! is a novel written in 1936 by William Faulkner, the winner of two Pulitzer’s and a Nobel Peace prize for his many literary masterpieces. Faulkner has gained a celebrated reputation for his depiction of life in the American South. Though critics have established Absalom, Absalom! as Faulkner’s most difficult writing, it is also revered for its intellectually enriching metaphors and the complicated spiraling of events through narration.…

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  • Social Realitiess In The Novels Of Anita Desai And Kiran Desai

    The purpose of this paper is to flash- light the social realities reflected in the novels of Anita Desai and Kiran Desai. Anita Desai was the one novelist who concentrates more on the exploration of modern Indian sensibility. She observes the realities from a psychological perspective. Anita Desai is in many ways a representatives of Indian woman novelist in English. Her contribution to fiction in independent India is more significant than the other women novelists such as Ruth Prawer, Nayantara…

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  • Chetan Bhagat Character Analysis

    his readers to obtain rely enlightenment. Character is the soul of Bhagat’s novels. The plot i.e. story is the second important ingredient. Therefore character is prior to the plot. His characters are social rebels who remind us the Angry Youngman that dominated English novel in the 1950’s. His female protagonists remind us the female character of GB Shaw for their vitality natural female instinct. Place of action of his novel is set in the hustle and bustle of metropolitan Indian cities where…

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  • Resistance Literature In The Tale Of Two Cities

    Resistance literature is a very common type of literary works , this term was firstly used by the Palestinian writer Ghassan Kanafani when he applied it to the under-occupation and exile Palestinian literature. Another critics such as Franz Fanon and Epifanio Juan consider Third World literature as a literature of Resistance as it paint a n image of the miserable life in these countries and what they suffer from . this kind of literature represents a revolution against any oppression or…

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  • Similarities Between Catcher In The Rye And All My Sons

    power; all synonyms of responsibility and all relate to the theme of responsibility and guilty. This theme is conveyed in the novels The Catcher in the Rye, Fahrenheit 451 and All My Sons. Although these novels are different they have many similarities between the three of them through this theme and how it has affected each character by an event that has occurred in the novels. Holden Caulfield in The Catcher in the Rye feels a sense of guilt and responsibility for the death of his brother…

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  • Chronicle Of Death Foretold Feminist Analysis

    Gabriel Garcia-Marquez’ novel, Chronicle of Death Foretold, portrays women in roles that can be compared to the roles of women in past and present societies. In many Latin American families, past and present, men are led to protect their families and preserve the family honor. If a woman loses her virginity before marriage, she is a great dishonor to her family, therefore forcing her to marry the same man to restore the family honor. A fine example of this would be that of Angela Vicario, a…

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  • Analysis Of Magical Realism In One Hundred Years Of Solitude By Gabriel Garcia Marquez

    conventional Western norm. Magical realism, unlike the fantastic or the surreal, presumes that the individual requires a bond with the traditions and the faith of the community, that s/he is historically constructed and connected. Like many Latin American writers, Gabriel Garcia Marquez has been inextricably linked to this style of literature,” magical realism." Literature of this type is usually characterized…

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  • Tom Clancy's Net Force Explorers

    young adult novels created by Steve Pieczenik and Tom Clancy. The novels are a spinoff of Tom Clancy military fiction series Net Force. The first novel in the series was Virtual Vandals that was first published in 1998. The novels are generally classified as young adult science fiction. Set in a futuristic 2025, the novel is about preventing the sabotage of the virtual reality network and the Internet by computer terrorists determined to commit acts of sabotage. Net Force is the American…

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