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  • Dystopian Novel Analysis

    Dystopian Novels Portraying the Future The word “dystopia” comes out of the word “utopia” meaning a society that has almost, if not, perfect qualities. So, by this definition, “dystopia” refers to a society that has imperfect qualities and is sometimes considered evil. The concept was further explained and used in literature since it was a great subject for writing and many authors, up to this day, use this in their books since it adds some adventure and sci-fi which is currently trending and is something new and exciting while explaining the unknown that is the future. In these types of novels, the government is usually the one who has the fault of having the dysfunctional society in the first place. The government use technology and bend…

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  • The Spy Novel And The Spy Novel During The Cold War

    betrayed the country and have a great life in the place the you work on or still doing your job and make your country proud of you. That is a life of a spy, an intelligent person that serve for the country in silence to get the very important for their country to win the battle. Thanks for the spy novel that brought us the sight of the spy life. Especially during cold war, the rising of the…

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  • The Lowland Novel Analysis

    Monopolization of female psyche in The Lowland by Jumpha Lahiri. Abstract : The Lowland is the second novel by Indian-American author Jhumpa Lahiri. It deals with a mother in Diaspora, Gauri, and her daughter ,Bela. Human character and their attitude to life are defined and revoluted by surroundings and circumstances in which they live.The transformation of their psyches are processed by such factors .This transformation have been critiqued in this paper. Gauri goes…

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  • Circle Of Life Novel

    Characters in novels are very much like real people. They experience real-life situations that help them grow and develop which become visible to readers through various literature characteristics. Themes, motifs and symbolism all show readers how certain characters find their “stronger sense of self”, playing hand and hand with character development throughout the storyline. The development and growing of characters is present and similar in all of the four novels; Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The…

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  • Loneliness In The Novel Steppenwolf

    The novel Steppenwolf had a dark and mysterious storyline. It shows how one can struggle with the feeling of loneliness. The novel Steppenwolf takes place in an unspecified, medium-sized town in a German-speaking country. The novel was taking place between the two world wars. “You are to live and learn to laugh,” (216). Everyone knows what it takes to live, but many struggle with knowing to laugh. Harry Haller feels to be a Steppenwolf a lonesome candid of steppes. Drifting away and alone in a…

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  • The Immigrant Novel Analysis

    Manju Kapur’s fourth novel The Immigrant (2008) is a story of two immigrants, Nina and Ananda. Manju Kapur chose Canada as the background for her novel The Immigrant and discusses the Indian diaspora in Canada. The novel explores the issues of cultural conflict, alienation, dislocation of Indian culture, diaspora and quest for identity. It reflects the loneliness and the search of self being experienced by the immigrants. The beginning of the novel poses the identity issues of the immigrants by…

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  • Campus Novel Analysis

    Introduction The great sociological changes in the society after World War Second result in the appearance of a new assortment of the genre of novel, Campus Novel. ‘Campus’ is conventionally a land on which a College or University and other institutional edifices are located. David Lodge states, ‘The ideal type of a human community, where work and play, culture and nature, were in perfect harmony, where there was a space and light, and fine buildings set in pleasant grounds, and people were free…

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  • Silly Novel Analysis

    George Eliot’s Understanding of Novel As a woman writer in a time when women’s presence in literature was just beginning to be acknowledged with the rise of novel, George Eliot was already among the best novelists of the time, women and men alike. While being among best novelists can be a subjective matter, perhaps it is safer to say that she was among the best realists. This feature alone has attracted attention from the male writers of her time around the world, so it is actually quite in…

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  • Realism In The Victorian Novel

    The novel is at once one of the most diverse, one of the most complex and one of the most popular of literary genres. As Andrew Michael Roberts defines in Introduction: The Novel as a Genre, A genre of written prose fictional narrative… is characterized by a strong interest in plot; by a degree of psychological and/or social realism, and frequently by the presence of elements of moral, political or social comment. (Robert 150) The English Novel, from its beginning in the late seventeenth and…

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  • Picaresque Novel Analysis

    A Picaresque Novel, The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn There are many characteristics that need to be met in order to have a picaresque novel. Typically the story is given in a first person narrative. The main character is referred to as the picaro and is generally a member of the lower class. The novel usually lacks a consistent plot, instead it is told in a bevy of different adventures. The picaro character is usually used to point out the hypocrisies and wrongdoings of society while giving a…

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