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Quick Guide: Sylvie and Bruno By College Guide World
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“Sylvie and Bruno” revolves around two main plots. One of the plots is set in the real world, and the time is of the Victorian era when the book was published. The second plot is set in... More > the fantasy world of Fairyland. The second plot of the story is a fairy tale, which includes various nonsense elements and poems. It is somewhat similar to Lewis Carroll’s “Alice” books. The main story of the novel is set in Victorian England. It is a social novel. The characters in the novel remain involved in various discussions on various concepts and aspects of morality, philosophy, society, and religion. Through the discussions held among the characters, the author obviously brings to light the shortcomings of the contemporary British society.< Less
Quick Guide: The Deemster By College Guide World
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It was the third novel written by Hall Caine. This was the first of his novels to have been set in the Isle of Man. This very novel brought him his first real success as a writer. The story of the... More > novel revolves around the reckless actions of Dan Mylrea and the ensuing exile and atonement. Quick Guide: The Deemster Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Circumstances and Background Chapter Three: Plot Summary Chapter Four: Publication and Reception Chapter Five: Specific Locations Chapter Six: Popular Quotes from “The Deemster”< Less
A Quick Guide to "Love In Several Masques" By College Guide World
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“Love in Several Masques” is a play written by Henry Fielding. This play was first performed on 16th of February in 1728 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. The play was quite moderately... More > received, and the response of the audience was satisfactory. The play comically shows three lovers who continue to try to pursue their individual beloveds. The beloveds continue to present their demands and they require their demands to be fulfilled by their lovers. Through this Henry Fielding seems to be trying to present his personal feelings on morality and virtue. The play seems to be criticizing women and society in general. A Quick Guide to "Love In Several Masques Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: History and Background Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Plot Summary Chapter Five: Major Themes Chapter Six: Known Sources Chapter Seven: Critical Response< Less
Quick Guide: Wise Children By College Guide World
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“Wise Children” by Angela Carter, published in the year 1991, was the last novel written by the author. The story revolves around twin chorus girls, and their fortune. Dora and Nora... More > Chance, the two chorus girls, belong to a bizarre theatrical family. The story explores the nature of fatherhood when it happens to be subversive. Owing to the circumstances in the family, Dora and Nora take the path of frivolous illegitimate lechery. Quick Guide: Wise Children Copyright Chapter One: Introduction and Background Chapter Two: Major Characters Chapter Three: Minor Characters Chapter Four: Major Symbols and Themes Chapter Five: Plot Summary Chapter Six: Allusions and References< Less
Quick Guide: The Wanderer By College Guide World
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The Wanderer; or, Female Difficulties is Frances Burney’s last novel. Published in March 1814 by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, this historical novel with Gothic overtones set during the... More > 1790s tells the story of a mysterious woman who attempts to support herself while hiding her identity. Quick Guide: The Wanderer Copyright Introduction: The Wanderer Background and Composition Plot and Themes Genre Publication and Reception< Less
A Quick Guide to “The Tenant of Wildfell Hall” By College Guide World
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Anne Bronte wrote two novels in her literary career. “The Tenant of Wildfell Hall” is the second novel written by her. It was published in the year 1848. Anne Bronte used the pseudonym... More > Acton Bell. It is said to be the most shocking of the Brontes’ novels. The novel was extremely successful soon after its publication. After the death of Anne Bronte, her sister Charlotte Bronte did not allow the novel to be republished. She prevented its further publication. A Quick Guide to The Tenant of Wildfell Hall Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Setting and Background Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Background and Timeline Chapter Five: Plot Summary Chapter Six: Thematic Analysis Chapter Seven: Reception Chapter Eight: Critical Commentary< Less