Novels

  • Novel

    thing about her, he didn’t say what he would have liked to. “I’ve frequented Compton’s bookshop since I was a boy. He introduced me to French novels and plays.” Mr. Fielding was noted for the immense collection of French works he had in his shop, but Jessie, not knowing a single utterance in French, had never really paid much attention. She’d read every novel he had until just recently when he’d begun introducing her to diaries. They were, she had to admit, rather interesting, but thin on plot. There

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  • Novel

    other members of the staff, he would fill in the time by reading a detective thriller. Like many other prominent people, he found a welcome distraction in such literature, but since he was rather shy about this taste of his, he regularly read the novel in an open drawer which could be quickly closed whenever anyone came in to see him. It was the very same thing we had done as cadets whenever an instructor came into our quarters during a private-study period! However, our discontent that winter

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  • Sample Answer for Novel Question

    SCHEME: CONTENT : 10 MARKS LANGUAGE : 5 MARKS TOTAL : 15 MARKS SAMPLE QUESTION & GUIDELINE ON HOW TO ANSWER NOVEL QUESTION. QUESTION :CHOOSE A CHARACTER THAT YOUADMIRE FROM THE NOVEL THAT YOU HAVE STUDIED. WITH CLOSE REFERENCE TO THE TEXT ,GIVE REASONS FOR YOUR CHOICE AND HOW THE CHARACTER HELPS YOU IN YOUR LIFE. STEP 1: Start you answer by writing the title of the novel and the person who wrote it. At the same time the character you admire the most. STEP 2: Give reasons for your

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  • Novel Assignment

    The Jewish people faced the unknown consequences in their lives because they couldn’t believe what was happening to them, it was like a horror nightmare where everyone was by themselves, running for their lives to survive. As for example from the novel Night “ The Jews of Budapest live in an atmosphere of fear and terror”, this quote is stating that the Jews were really scared of what was happening to them and what wrong they have done to the Nazi’s. Many victims of the Holocaust suffered from various

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  • "Return of the Native" as a Tragic Novel

    as a tragic novel Aristotle’s concept of tragedy states that it is the enactment of an action that is complete in itself. It should sway the readers or audiences with pity or fear in the end. To keep it in mind, “The Return of Native” can be coined as a village tragic novel which brings us into contact with ordinary people. Hardy is able to create genuine tragedy out of the inter-relationships between characters and the background of Egdon Heath. The protagonist (Eustacia) of the novel because of

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  • Novel Review

    Novel Review The “Princess Diaries” is the first volume novel that written by Meg Cabot. This novel tells about a young- American-teenage girl named Mia Thermopolis who lives with her Artist mother, Helen in Manhattan. Mia going to a private school called Albert Einstein High and included into unpopular students in her school. She has a lot of main problems that she should dealing like the non-vegetarian food at her school, making sure her cat, Fat Louie, doesn’t eat another sock, and her social

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  • Victorian Novels

    2012 Final Question 1 Victorian novels Emma by Jane Austen, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, Middlemarch by George Elliot and early twentieth century novel Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf all portray and emphasis a heighten sense of awareness in their societies, social lives and love. The evolution of main characters in each of the novels shows transition between the writers and characters through close observations of social interactions. Victorian novels more often idealized a sort of portrait

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  • Novel as a Literary Form

    NOVEL AS A LITERARY FORM The eighteenth century is the century of the prose as well as rise of novel. The novel emerged as a new and significant mode of writing, becoming more than means of providing entertainment, it become a means of radical questioning that would lead a change in entrenched attitudes. THE NOVEL AS FICTION As against imaginative fictional, the novel is a realistic form. It presents that segment of life and society in more or less approximate terms, which has been seen

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  • Evolution of British Novel

    The English novel is an important part of English literature. This article focuses on novels, written in English, by novelists who were born or have spent a significant part of their lives in England, or Scotland, or Wales, or Northern Ireland (or Ireland before 1922)]. However, given the nature of the subject, this guideline has been applied with common sense, and reference is made to novels in other languages or novelists who are not primarily British where appropriate. Portrait of Samuel

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  • Essay on Novels

    Essay on Novel Published by admin at 12:41 pm under Sample Essays Tim Winton’s novel, ‘That eye, the sky’ is a powerful exploration of such themes as loneliness, isolation and maturity within the context of Australian family life and landscape. These themes, which come to represent serious and grave difficulties for the protagonists, are explored somewhat differently across the mediums of film and text. John Ruane’s cinematic interpretation of Tim Winton’s text provides a useful and constructive

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  • Novel

    A novel is a long prose narrative that describes fictional characters and events, usually in the form of a sequential story. The genre has historical roots in antiquity and the fields ofmedieval and early modern romance and in the tradition of the novella. The latter, an Italian word used to describe short stories, supplied the present generic English term in the 18th century. Further definition of the genre is historically difficult. The construction of the narrative, theplot, the relation to reality

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  • Comment of Novel

    The novel ‘Dream of Red Mansions’ was written by Xueqing Cao, which is one of the four most Famous Classical Chinese Novels. The author of this book, who has a preliminary democratic ideology, demonstrates profound criticism through this book, including the darkness of bureaucracy, the corruption of the feudal aristocracy, even strict social hierarchy system of the real society in that period of time. On the contrary, the novel praises the real love between two main characters who against the feudal

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  • The Epithet in the Novel "Jane Eyre"

    epithet, its types from the point of semantic, structural parameters and its informational significance in the text. The given aim predetermines the concrete tasks of the research. The course- paper pursues the following objectives: 1) to read the novel “Jane Eyre” and to find epithets; 2) to reveal the theoretical notion of the epithets and its categories; 3) to observe emotional, evaluative, expressive components of the lexical meaning of epithets; 4) to work out the classification of

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  • Novel

    [Author’s Name] [Instructor’s Name] [Course Title] Date Georges Bataille George Bataille is a French librarian and writer whose essays, novels, and poetry expressed his fascination with eroticism, mysticism, and the irrational. He viewed excess as a way to gain personal sovereignty. After training as an archivist at the school of paleography known as the Ecole des Chartes (School of Charters) in Paris, he worked as a librarian and medieval specialist at the Bibliotheque National in Paris

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  • Postcolonial Concern in Achebe’s Novels

    includes Chinua Achebe’s novels. Postcolonial study delineates all aspects of the colonial process from the beginning to the end of colonial contact. Chinua Achebe’s novels contain the experiences of Nigerian people after the end of British Empire. Achebe’s novels are the replication of African history as well. Therefore, his novels describe an archetypal post colonial era African country. Chinua Achebe is one of the finest Nigerian novelists of the twentieth century, whose novels show various post

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  • Crucible: Movie vs Novel

    Crucible: Movie Vs. Novel Two thumbs up for Crucible, one to the movie and one to the novel. Both amazing and well worth your time. This story will keep you intrigued with quenched fists. The picture, derived from Arthur Miller’s classic novel, is slightly predictable to those who read the book, but is compensated for with astonishing acting and terrific cast. For the preponderance, the script of the movie follows that of the novel. The bare bones of the picture discretely parallel 17th

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  • Novel Book

    The Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction, Vols. I & II. Selected by Charles William Eliot Copyright © 2001 Bartleby.com, Inc. Bibliographic Record Contents General Introduction to the Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction, by Charles W. Eliot, LL.D. The Novel in England Biographical Note Criticisms and Interpretations I. By William Makepeace Thackeray II. By Leslie Stephen III. By Austin Dobson IV. By Gordon Hall Gerould List of Characters Dedication Book I—Containing as Much of the Birth of the Foundling

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  • Wave Novel Study

    Independent Novel Study: Wave Part A: Plot 1. The point of view in which the story is written is of Sam and Beth Brooks, two siblings who have been separated at Christmas in 2004, with Sam on vacation away from home and Beth forcibly staying at university for a swim meet that she must attend. I believe that the author chose to write from these perspectives because both characters are greatly affected greatly by the main plot, though

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  • A Clockwork Orange Analyse (Novel)

    A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess I chose the novel A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess because I have watched the movie and I really wanted to read the book. The blurb also shows a dark and interesting book “A Clockwork Orange is the shocking seminal novel that spawned one of the most notorious films ever made...Alex and his thrill-seeking gang indulge in violence...rape and drugs”. The first page already suggests that Alex is a troubled leader of his gang sitting in the milk bar drinking

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  • Women, Romance Novels and Shame

    Women, Romance Novels and Shame Mac H English Composition 111 22 March 2013 Introduction “Bodice-ripper”, “trashy books”, “porn for women”, these are just some of the derogatory terms used to describe romance novels. The romance genre has maintained a steady popularity among women for many decades. Afraid of women gaining power in any form, they were labeled sub par literature by a male dominated social and literary culture. This anthology will attempt to answer the question of why

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  • Conflict Between Two Novels

    CONFLICTS BETWEEN TWO NOVELS A paper Presented to Professor Zuidema Liberty University Lynchburg, VA. ENG 102_B17 By Gordon C. Wilson June 4, 2012 Outline Introduction: The introduction would speak a little about how compare and contrast could have an impact on our understanding of the novels. My thesis would also go here and speak of tension and brutality as similarities and

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  • Victorian Novel Villians and Villianesses

    Clare Whitehead. Write about the ways in which three of the Victorian novels you have read make use of villains and / or villainesses in their plots. The villains and villainesses in the following novels demonstrate the class struggle in society that existed in the Victorian era and that still exists today. The upper class who are described by Marx as ‘the bourgeois’ which (cited in Hamilton) he goes on to describe as; ‘the class of modern capitalists, owners of the means of social production

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  • Hahahaha Novels

    story of young George Washington, the future first president of the United States, who confesses to chopping down the cherry tree.  EPIC * A long narrative poem recounting heroic deeds, although the term has also been loosely used to describe novels, such as Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace, and motion pictures, such as Sergey Eisenstein’sIvan the Terrible. In literary usage, the term encompasses both oral and written compositions. * The prime examples of the oral epic are Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey

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  • Novel

    A novel is a long narrative, normally in prose, which describes fictional characters and events, usually in the form of a sequential story. While Ian Watt in The Rise of the Novel (1957) suggests that the novel came into being in the early 18th century, the genre has also been described as "a continuous and comprehensive history of about two thousand years",[1] with historical roots in Classical Greece and Rome, medieval, early modern romance, and in the tradition of the novella. The latter, an

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  • Novel Stories

    In her novel How the Garcia Girls Lost their Accents, Julie Alvarez presents the reader with a series of 15 interlocking stories that narrate the difficulties of growing up bicultural in the United States. The Garcia girls are Carla, Sandra, Yolanda and Sofia, though Alvarez speaks most through Yolanda's narrative. They Garcia girls were born in the Dominican Republic and move to the United States as children. The book opens in 1989, with the Garcia girls are American adults. The narrative then flows

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  • Novel

    a piece of literary criticism, or an essay about an author's life and works, you will find writing samples in our Novels section to use for reference and from which to gather ideas. You'll encounter writing that addresses beloved, classic literature as well as modern, controversial novels. Find expository writing that discusses the life of Nathaniel Hawthorne and his chilling novel, "The Scarlet Letter." How is "the scarlet letter" in the story more than just the letter itself? What statement was

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  • Rejection in Novels

    ‘phony’ society and their expectations of him. Rejection is an occurrence in both novels, however, the difference being Huck was brought up with no education, no understanding of social standards and no rules imposed on him. Now he has been forced into a civilized life which he dreads. On the other hand, Holden has been educated and disciplined from a young age and he appears to be well behaved. However, later on in the novel we discover he pretends to be someone he not and very often breaks social norms

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  • Novel

    side by side with all the other citizens. While they are dreaming of this, they also have an idea of a place where all the different cultures can live equally. The biggest theme in the extract of Monica Ali’s “Brick Lane”, is multiculturalism. The novel “Brick Lane” is also about the clash between East and West. In England and especially London, there are a lot of immigrant from all around the world. Some of the immigrants here are trying their best to get integrated in the British society

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  • Calvino's Novel

    writing. Basically “If on a winter's night a traveler” is a novel about the reading experience. When discussing the postmodern literature, Calvino’s novel of 1979 “If on a winter's night a traveler” definitely is a work that is worth to be examined within this context. While ascribing the features of the postmodern fiction to a specified work at times can prove to be an undertaking that is both controversial and challenging in nature. This novel has proven to be both fascinating and also to be innovative

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  • Novel Project: 1984

    The Novel Project Your name: Giselle Gonzalez Your Novel: 1984 – George Orwell 1. Explain how the novel represents two or more concerns of its historical time period; these concerns may be economic, political, cultural, social, or moral concerns. Clarify the author’s view on one of the following as s/he presents the concerns: right vs wrong; conservative vs radical, or elite vs commonplace. Orwell published “1984” in 1948 just after the end of World War II. Although at this time, Hitler’s reign

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  • Novel Comparison

    similarities and differences in how Pat Barker and Jim and Rachel Britts portray/depict the personal journey of the main characters, Danny Miller and Jake and how they overcome struggles in their texts Border Crossing and To Save a Life? In the novels Border Crossing and To Save a life, a common theme between the two was the main characters (Danny Miller- Border crossing and Jake Taylor-To Save a Life) having an urge to recover from the struggles of their past. However both did so in completely

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  • The Development of Modern English Novel

    One could be forgiven for believing that the words ‘fiction’ and ‘novel’ mean one and the same thing. The main reason for this confusion is that both of them have a common denominator; they both tell a story. In the novel, we have the theatre of life and for over two centuries it has been the most effective agent of the moral imagination. Though it has never really achieved perfection in form and its shortcomings are numerable, nevertheless one experiences from it not only the extent of human variety

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  • Novel

    NOVELS What is strange is that this prejudice against novel reading has persisted, to some extent, even in the modern world including India which has borrowed the novel form from the West. Students, particularly, are not encouraged to read novels. Parents and teachers seem to think that youngsters read fiction mainly to kill time, are likely to get addicted to it as to a drug, and derive from it a pleasure which makes them reluctant to apply themselves to serious study. It must be admitted that

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  • British Novel

    This essay presents a brief overview of the development of the nineteenth century English novel. Transition and Transformation: One could be forgiven for believing that the words ‘fiction’ and ‘novel’ mean one and the same thing. The main reason for this confusion is that both of them have a common denominator; they both tell a story. In the novel, we have the theatre of life and for over two centuries it has been the most effective agent of the moral imagination. Though it has never really achieved

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  • The Gothic Novel

    Rebekka Westermeyer ENG Comp 1 McGough 3/12/2015 The Gothic Novel In the late eighteenth, early nineteenth century, gothic fiction arose as a new genre in the literary field. Functioning as cult literature gothic literature compels readers to think, and really consider the immense emotion writers could stimulate. Often overly dramatic with its supernatural, horrific, and suspenseful material, this melancholy form of literature prompted the use of darkness and mystery in order to spawn feelings

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  • Novel

    many of the major characters, including Luke, the narrator, his grandfather, and the "hill people" and Mexicans who will be picking cotton on their farm for the next two months. This also introduces a sub-plot line that will be important to the novel – Luke and his family's love of baseball. 2) Pappy's money woes and the hope the cotton will provide enough money to pay the workers and at least break even in costs. 3) The first conflict with the hill people, who camp in the front yard instead

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  • Wuthering Heights as a Gothic Novel

    Wuthering Heights as a Gothic Novel 1)The Suspense Wuthering Heights is a strange and threatening place. How is suspense built in chapter 1 and 2? Find six points from each chapter that illustrate Brönte’s creation of suspense. * Consider the contrasts between Lockwood and the inhabitants of Wuthering Heights, and the use of pathetic fallacy. Chapter 1: * Short sentences: ‘A nod was the answer.’ This suggests that not everything is said. She uses the sentence itself to emphasise Heathcliff’s

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  • Novel Study on 'the Droughtlanders

    Independent Study Novel Sarah Driedger The Droughtlanders Part A 1. Carrie Mac is an award winning author who wrote the Droughtlanders series. Carrie is a writer, storyteller and an artist. She’s written countless books, many that are award winning her very first book ‘The Beckoners’ won the Arthur Ellis YA Award, is a CLA Honour book, and is being adapted for film. Carrie is able to hold the interest of many teenagers with her griping novels. 2) The novel ‘The Droughtlanders’ is set

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  • Stereotypes of a Fantasy Novel Protagonist

    Ada Deniz Tan Dr. Aslı Değirmenci IED 134 20 May 2015 Stereotypes of a Fantasy Novel Protagonist Fantasy novels are very popular between not only children and teenagers, but also people of all ages. There are so many fan of the fantasy novels, films and television series of them are produced and almost each other was in vogue usually at young population when they are released. As fantasy novels have gained a great population and so many example of them released in time, they have become

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  • Novel

    TEXTUAL ANALYSIS 1. The passage is taken from Volume II, chapter xx of the novel Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte. The bildungsroman begins to focus on the turning point in Jane’s maturity. She will have to make moral decisions and the passage relates her inner forebodings. The novel cannot be truly characterized as gothic however; this chapter appears to have a very gothic tone. This can be seen in the ghostly vision and weather which exhibit supernatural tones, the damaged chestnut tree, and Jane’s

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  • Reading a Novel in 1950-2000

    Reading the Novel in English 1950–2000 i RTNA01 1 13/6/05, 5:28 PM READING THE NOVEL General Editor: Daniel R. Schwarz The aim of this series is to provide practical introductions to reading the novel in both the British and Irish, and the American traditions. Published Reading the Modern British and Irish Novel 1890–1930 Reading the Novel in English 1950–2000 Daniel R. Schwarz Brian W. Shaffer Forthcoming Reading the Eighteenth-Century Novel Paula R. Backscheider

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  • Analyzing Graphic Novels

    Analyzing Graphic Novels The single page spread: * What is you first impression of the layout? * Look for contrasts, changes, juxtapositions, similarities and the overall symmetry * How is the layout of the single page spread? * How does the page spread relate to the following page? * Is the regularity of the grid broken? Why? Panels: * Are there any panels that differ from the rest or are there complete symmetry? * Are the panels the same size and shape? *

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  • The Handmaids Tale Is a Feminist Novel

    ‘The Handmaids Tale is a feminist novel’ In the framework of a dystopian novel, Margaret Atwood creates a society that bereaves women of their identity and individuality by allowing them none other than their gift of bearing children. The novel explores the religious objectification of women that they should use only their physical bodies to procreate, and if this isn’t possible, the women are useless and therefore sent to the ‘colonies’. Margaret Atwood uses strong female characters as a

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  • Frankenstein as a Gothic Novel

    Frankenstein as a Gothic Novel Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein is considered as a Gothic novel but it can be seen as a compilation of both Gothic and Romantic because of the significance of the sublime. Certain events and settings in the novel present the gothic themes. Shelley uses the different themes in her novel to evoke feelings of horror and terror in the reader. Frankenstein engages in a quest in pushing the realms of science to their limits which leads him to playing god and creating

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  • 300 the Graphic Novel

    A motion picture adjusted from the realistic novel accomplished the higher consideration than the first book. The motion picture was a free adaption of the realistic novel. The motion picture utilized a wide range of components to make it more alluring then the novel. The fundamental explanation behind the prevalence of the motion picture or the novel is that novel is composed for various group of onlookers than the film is made for, which implies that motion picture must be appealing to the general

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  • Novel

    received that very doubtfully indeed. The things we had all been taught were against their acceptance — though they knew well enough that what I was telling them must be true to me. You can't lie when you talk with your thoughts. They wrestled with the novel idea that a Deviation might not be disgusting and evil — not very successfully. In the circum-stances they could not give me much consolation, and I was not sorry when one by one they dropped out and I knew that they had fallen asleep. I was tired

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  • Postmodernism in Steinbeck's Novel

    the United States Despite the overwhelming body of academic work on the Civil War produced in the United States (and beyond) most of the American public (as well as the international audience) has been exposed to it through cultural texts such as novels, poems, songs, motion pictures, TV series, and documentaries. Hence the Civil War has been regarded “A War that Never Goes Away,” as most convincingly suggested by American historian James McPherson in his ground breaking studies on the Civil War

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  • How to Write Novel Essay

    How to Write a novel Essay Posted in Novel Essay on 04/03/2012 01:34 am by admin1 Novel Essay as a Literature Essay Type A powerful essay can balance a detailed and logical structure with an enthusiastic and convincing writing style. This balance will help you reach goal, which is to convey information and build an effective argument regarding the chosen subject matter. As you plan, write and edit your essay, your main argument should remain at the heart of your work. Of course, the task of

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  • Novel Comparison Essay

    ISP ESSAY How one lives their life relies a great deal on perspective. Perspective is either the key to happiness, or the route to misery. The novels Family Matters by Rohinton Mistry and Freedom by Jonathan Franzen both display how ones perspective determines their path and ultimate outcome in life. Although the novels deal with two completely different styles of families they do share many common themes concerning the aspect of perspective. Both the Vakeel and the Berglund families struggle

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  • Independent Novel: the Hunger Games

    Olivia Mokler Mr. Burgner English II 5 April, 2012 Independent Novel: Journal #1 Summary- As punishment for a previous rebellion against the Capitol in which a 13th district was destroyed, one boy and one girl between the ages of 12 and 18 from each district are selected by annual lottery to participate in the Hunger Games, an event in which the participants (or "tributes") must fight in an outdoor arena controlled by the Capitol, until only one remains. The story follows 16-year-old Katniss

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