Danielle Steel

Danielle Steel

Danielle Steel Danielle Fernande Steel is a romance novelist who has been and continues to be very successful in her career. To know Steel better, it is important to look at her background, family values, literary works, awards, and foundations … Continued
The Theme of Alienation in the Novels of Arun Joshi

The Theme of Alienation in the Novels of Arun Joshi

Literature has said something always fascinating. It is to man’s advantage that he has always managed to derive a message from literature. Indian English Literature is a product of the Indian Colonial Rule over India. And even though this is … Continued
Subjectivity and Gaze in Jane Eyre

Subjectivity and Gaze in Jane Eyre

She found it in Jane Eyre, the story, the character, the protagonist, the heroine, the symbolism of female empowerment and one of the important literary character that has given power and significance to a previously marginalized and oppressed demography: women. … Continued
Assignment About Antigone

Assignment About Antigone

Antigone OR Creon’s character and determine whether or not she or he qualifies to be considered as a tragic hero. Explain your answer completely and be sure to touch on all of the characteristics of the tragic hero and use … Continued
King Arthur and English Novel

King Arthur and English Novel

It is somewhat curious that there is, so far as I know, no complete handling in English of the subject of this volume, popular and important though that subject has been. Dunlop’s History of Fiction, an excellent book, dealt with … Continued
I’M Unique Because…

I’M Unique Because…

I’m Unique Because… Being that I have many talents and that family is an important factor in my life makes me who I am. We all have things in common but no one is exactly the same. That’s what makes … Continued
Gothic Literature

Gothic Literature

The gothic style originated in Europe during the 12th to the 18th century. It applied to medieval styles of art and architecture, particularly buildings such as cathedrals and other churches. Gothic literature began in England with the novel the ‘Castle … Continued
An Analysis of Developing American Literature

An Analysis of Developing American Literature

An Analysis of Developing American Literature “Rip Van Winkle” by Washington Irving and “The Slaughter of the Pigeons” by James Fennimore Cooper demonstrate several distinct American characteristics. Irving focuses on New York’s Hudson River while discussing the settings of “Rip … Continued
The Fraud

The Fraud

The Fraud Getting recognized for personal work is always a good feeling. However, when someone else steals your idea and receives credit and appraisal for it the feelings drastically change. This is exactly how the original author would have felt … Continued
Romeo And Juliet Oral Presentation

Romeo And Juliet Oral Presentation

William Shakespeare was an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language. His work consisted of 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems and several more. His plays have been translated into every … Continued
We Real Cool

We Real Cool

We Real Cool English 125 We Real Cool In this paper the topic that will be written about is the poem entitled “We Real Cool”. This poem was written in 1960 by a woman named Gwendolyn Brooks. In this paper … Continued
Gulliver’s Travels Satire Usage

Gulliver’s Travels Satire Usage

* Alyssa Trautman * British Literature * 9/30/12 Gulliver’s Travels Surprisingly, there is a great deal of satire in Gulliver’s Travels. Satire is defined as “The use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people’s stupidity or … Continued
Related Literature

Related Literature

This chapter presents the reviews of literature, which are related and relevant to the study. To obtain information for this study, the researcher used books and websites on the internet and copies of different theses. Documentary films a broad category … Continued
Willa Cather

Willa Cather

Willa Cather is well known author, mostly recognized for her novels based on the pioneer life of Great Plains. Cather’s first novel, Alexander’s Bridge, was published in 1912. Cather was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 1922, for her novel, One … Continued
Love in La, a Good Man Is Hard to Find

Love in La, a Good Man Is Hard to Find

Jake is a self-absorbed, lazy, irresponsible, protagonist, who is driving along the freeway. He begins daydreaming about a car better than his 58’ Buick, with crushed velvet interior and an FM radio. His daydreaming causes him to hit the car … Continued
Post Colonial Impact in Anita Desai’s in Custody

Post Colonial Impact in Anita Desai’s in Custody

The aim of the two characters is to save great Urdu language in the postcolonial era but both of them have experienced in a negative way. The novelist linked the middle class rural Hindi lecturer and the yesteryear famous poet … Continued
English 11/12 Literature

English 11/12 Literature

I cannot describe what I was like when I was young. 15. lines composed a few miles above tintern abbey, is easy to recognize as a romantic poem because it a. describes the narrator’s emotions about a landscape 16. what … Continued
Minorities in Australian Literature

Minorities in Australian Literature

The change in representations of minorities in Australian Literature Australian literature consists of many representations of the ‘Australian way of life’ that are constructed by numerous national stereotypes. Various critics argue that the current literary representations of the average Australian … Continued
Themes Merchant of Venice

Themes Merchant of Venice

The themes of Shakespeare’s plays are just as relevant to today’s society as they were in his day. Discuss making close reference to The Merchant of Venice. In The Merchant of Venice hate, loyalty, pride and prejudice, love and friendship … Continued
Wing Chun

Wing Chun

In great words of the Great Grandmaster IP man and the teacher of Bruce Lee. “A good Kung Fu system will not discriminate between large and small, male or females” Protect yourself all times. (Reveal Your Topic) The notion of … Continued
Analytical Essay on the Story of Tom Brennan

Analytical Essay on the Story of Tom Brennan

Does literature accurately reflect the experiences and concerns of modern youth? “The Story of Tom Brennan”, reflects modern youth, by relating to situations such as teenagers experiencing loss from accidents whilst one is drunk driving, it is an excellent book … Continued
Greek and Roman Literature

Greek and Roman Literature

Through battles, vivid descriptions of armor and other battle utilities, and specific actions regarding wartime affairs, timeless authors were able to characterize their heroes, as well as enhance the plotline. Two of the great works of all time, Homer’s The … Continued
20th Century World Literature a Madman’s Diary

20th Century World Literature a Madman’s Diary

In this paper we will research the Chinese Revolution of 1911. Talk about how is Lu Xun’s A Madman’s Diary a reflection of China’s revolutionary history, explain how In Diary, who the madman was and what he represented. Also we … Continued
Comparing Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau

Comparing Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau

In many works of literature, authors express their viewpoints on society and times in which they live. In the essay “Self Reliance” by Ralph Waldo Emerson, and the book Walden by Henry David Thoreau, the authors speak out against conformity … Continued
How Successful Is Exposure as a Transformation of Othello?

How Successful Is Exposure as a Transformation of Othello?

Mal Peet I believe has successfully transformed Othello into a ‘modern day tragedy’, Exposure. He uses many similar characters, with many of the same personalities/motives. The two texts also explore many of the same themes, such as the outsider, racism … Continued
Apearance Are Deceptive

Apearance Are Deceptive

In the world today, appearances play a big part in everyone’s lives. We can’t tell what everybody is thinking because their outward appearance can cover what really goes on in their heads. Shakespeare does that in the play Macbeth especially … Continued
Dorian Grey’s Reaction to the Change in the Painting

Dorian Grey’s Reaction to the Change in the Painting

“The Picture of Dorian Grey” by Oscar Wilde, Dorian has a profound reaction each time he views the change in the painting, and he reacts with a self-pitying, vain attitude. Vanity haunts Dorian, and he cares only about how this … Continued
The Stylistic Analysis of Anthony in Blue Alsatia

The Stylistic Analysis of Anthony in Blue Alsatia

Many of her works had charming illustrations by Edward Ardizzone. Some of her correspondence has also been published. She won many literary awards and the prestigious Eleanor Farjeon Award for children’s literature is presented annually in her memory by the … Continued
Maghazi Literature

Maghazi Literature

Arabic was chiefly a spoken language with an oral literature of elaborate poetry and, to a lesser extent, prose. It is certainly known that the revelation of Quran had an important impact on the development of the Arabic literature. In … Continued
The Life of Pi Sdy Notes

The Life of Pi Sdy Notes

The author is the first speaker of the book. He seems patient, witty, and intellectual. Martel’s descriptive language shows that he is a deep thinker. 2. The story the author hears about Pi supposedly will make him believe in God. … Continued