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Literature Book Report/Review

Characters and Theme of The Yellow Wallpaper
 John claims that his treatment is beneficial for his wife and her health is improving. However, we observe that her behavior becomes more bizarre. The patterns of the wall-paper get alive. ‘Unblinking’ and ‘bulbous’ eyes of the wallpaper form faces and faces become figures which further turn into women.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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What You Pawn I Will Redeem
When Jackson won a hundred dollars from a scratch card, he gave one-fifth of the money to Mary despite his financial needs to buy back his grandmother’s regalia. He told Mary “No, it’s an Indian thing. When you win, you are supposed to share it with your family.” His statement gives the reader an idea that he treats everyone in general as a part of his own family.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Toni Morrison Explores the Nature of Love
The novel spans the twentieth century, in which Morrison presents the events of World War II. The story is developed using the backdrop of the murder of Emmet Till and the assassination of Martin and Malcolm.   Most of Morrison’s characters are shrouded in mystery and unlike other mystery plots that figure who done it or who is behind it.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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The Spain of La Calestina
Another concept that was foreign to Spanish women in the Golden Age was the notion of marrying for love.  A majority of the time, marriages were arranged by the parents.  Thus whether a woman took interest in a particular man had no bearing whatsoever on whether or not they would be joined together in marriage.
Pages: 12 (3000 words), Book Report/Review
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Chekovs The Lady with a Pet Dog
The author of the paper tells that Chekov wrote with a realistic tone. He wrote with very little symbolism, and if he did, he used the most basic ones. He wrote about his character's emotions and feelings as what it is and he concentrated on letting them develop the story through those emotions. He didn't use grandiose words to describe the intensity of his character's emotions.
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Book Report/Review
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Salman Rushdie - The Nature of Social Discourses in The Satanic Verses
Salman Rushdie, in The Satanic Verses, explores the nature of social discourses. He studies their influences upon the people who use them, and upon those who would be exploited by them. With unbounded courage and impressive creativity, he defies those discursive systems which assert unlimited and indisputable access to an extraordinary truth.
Pages: 21 (5250 words), Book Report/Review
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Bambara's Lesson - How Non-Conformism, Ability to Break Stereotypes and Not Be Afraid of Change Can Transform a Life
Through the characters of Sylvia and Miss Moore, the author has shown that it is not just the environment that shapes human’s life but a strong desire to change and a different thinking pattern. People who ignore the negative influence of others and are strong enough to follow their heart have the ability to go beyond their life circumstances.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Literary Devices Paper
It was filmed with breathtaking beauty in Rome and was famous for the glorious performance of Audrey Hepburn, who Peck insisted have equal billing. He claimed that if she didn’t, he would be a laughingstock—such was the strength of her performance. This was backed up when she pocketed an Oscar for her troubles….CM: As seen in the above quotation, it is evident that the book has utilized literary allusion in which movie titles help to make reference to certain names. These names eventually
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Book Report/Review
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The Savages by Joe Kane
And the different environment groups vying for the control of the funds that the oil companies would give the tribe as compensation for wrecking their home. But the point was that the oil drilling project in the rainforest would greatly destroy the Huaoroni culture and way of living, and it will be lost in time as the tribe relocates themselves to another place.Kane found himself very interested in the Huaoroni plight and he went to Ecuador to understand the plight of the tribe. His first
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Analysis of Disgrace Novel Written by Coetzee
As the paper tells, Coetzee often differed with the daughter, for she did not share in his wayward opinions. However, despite the success he finds in controlling women and manipulating their sexual life, Coetzee shows the rise of women, who prove his domination and sexual manipulation powerless (Coetzee 19-25).
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Legendary Orwell's Dystopia as the Ideal Conductor of Humanistic Ideas
Law and literature as a field have its foundation in two crucial advances in the intellectual law history. First, there has been an increasing doubt on the ability of law to be meaningful and provide value while it is in isolation and whether it must be linked to a philosophical or cultural context to provide it with meaning and value.
Pages: 14 (3500 words), Book Report/Review
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Spotlight on English - Level 3 - Newcomer Class Kit by Santillana
The ultimate aim of the simple sentence structure is to facilitate speedy understanding by the students by satisfying the following questions; is it clear? Is it well organized? Is it effective? Is it engaging? The topic ‘sentence structure’ from the book by Santillana will provide a basis for a critical review of the handbook in this paper.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Elie Wiesel: Night
In the concentration camp, the relationship takes an altogether different turn, and it must be remembered that this relationship formed not in the normal circumstances, but in desperate conditions in the concentration camp life. So the relationship does not reveal the traits of both individuals under normal circumstances but under extreme duress.
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Book Report/Review
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William Shakespeare: Othello
Desdemona’s dialogues reflect her love for Othello was free from pretense; she was going to be there for him. This is depicted by her dialogue: “Tell me, Othello: I wonder in my soul, What you would ask me, that I should deny.” She had genuinely cared for him, which is seen in her dialogue while she attended him when he had a headache.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Chinese literature analysis
The Golden Cangue is written by Eileen Chang explaining the conditions of women in China in 1920s. It depicts the life of a woman Ch’i-ch’iao who has been married to a wealthy man who is old and a cripple. It has been clear that this marriage is not for love and the story overall gives the impression that love, death, and destiny are not the only elements in life. It gives a very unique and original picture of the Chinese society of that time and explains how life can be when greed and
Pages: 3 (750 words), Book Report/Review
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Healing Our World by Mary J Ruwart
Based on the lecture on the monopoly, markets are dominated by one single seller. This seller determines the price in the market. It means that buyers have a limited choice in deciding the price of a particular commodity in a particular market. The most common type of monopoly is the government enforced monopoly.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Implicitness in Kazuo Ishiguro
The book “conversations with Kazuo Ishiguro” has brought together nineteen interviews which have been conducted about him in the past twenty years. In one of his interviews, he is quoted saying, “Well, I don't try to be a quiet writer. That's a question of technique more than anything else.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Pride and Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice, a novel written by Jane Austen is one of the few novels that has withstood the test of time. The novel having been written in 1813 is still relevant and fun to read until today. The novel has a captivating plot, cast, and a message that we can relate to till today.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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The Satire in Tartuffe
As the paper outlines, it is quite satirical that Dorine is the most brilliant person in Orgon’s household, despite being a servant. Trollope points out that “though nominally a subordinate character, she is at least on the stage, the brightest figure in the play, and her irony and her banter come as a pleasant relief by the side of Tartuffe’s self-seeking and perpetual falsehood”.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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The Concept of the American Dream in S. Fitzgerald's Great Gatsby
The ‘extraordinary’ hope that Nick reveals is the hope for success, as is what the American Dream is all about. Moreover, when Nick visits the Buchanan’s, he describes their house as a “cheerful red-and-white Georgian Colonial Mansion”. (Fitzgerald, 9) The first perception of Tom Buchanan is that he is a very powerful and elite individual who expects “obedience from his subjects”.
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Book Report/Review
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