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Quick Guide: Number the Stars By College Guide World
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“Number the Stars” by Lois Lowry is a highly successful novel. It was first published in 1989. It is a historical fiction novel. The story revolves around the adventures of ten year old... More > Annemarie Johansen after the Nazi invasion of Denmark in the year 1943. Ellen Rosen, a Jew, is Annemarie’s best friend. She must help her Jewish friend escape the country. Quick Guide: Number the Stars Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Quick Guide: Snake In the Grass By College Guide World
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The story revolves around two middle aged women. It transpires that their father used to abuse them. As the play begins one of these two women comes back to the house of their late father. She had... More > left the house at the age of twelve. It also transpires that their father used to abuse them in several different ways. It is said that the play “Snake In the Grass” was written as a female companion piece to Alan Ayckbourn’s 1994 ghost play “Haunting Julia.” Quick Guide: Snake In the Grass Copyright Chapter One: Introduction and Background Chapter Two: Setting Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Plot Summary Chapter Five: Enactment and Response< Less
Quick Guide: Sugar Daddies By College Guide World
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“Sugar Daddies” by Alan Ayckbourn was written in 2003. This play by the famous British Playwright revolves around a student named Sasha. She has come to London to study catering. The... More > student makes a very rich man her friend. That rich man happens to be over three times her age. It transpires that the rich man has a sinister past, and perhaps his present is also sinister. Quick Guide: Sugar Daddies Copyright Chapter One: Introduction and Background Chapter Two: Setting Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Plot Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis and Response< Less
Quick Guide: Woman In Mind By College Guide World
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The first performance of “Women In Mind” took place at its London opening at the Vaudeville Theatre in the year 1986. Surprisingly, the play was very well received there and most of the... More > reviews by the contemporary critics were excellent. The audience had fully accepted the play and admired the performance. Though it was 32nd play written by the author, it was his first play in which the author used first person narrative and a subjective viewpoint. “Women In Mind” is considered to be one of most affecting plays written by Ayckbourn. It is also said that “Women In Mind” is the also one of the author’s best plays. Quick Guide: Woman In Mind Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Background Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Setting Chapter Five: Summary of the Play Act One Act Two Chapter Six: Critical Response< Less
Quick Guide: Haunting Julia By College Guide World
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“Haunting Julia” by British playwright Alan Ayckbourn was first premiered in 1994. Since the play has supernatural elements in the plot, it was very seriously received by the... More > audience. The story revolves around Julia Lukin. She was a nineteen year old girl. She was a very brilliant musician who had committed suicide twelve years before. Now the ghost of Julia haunts the three men who were closest to her. She haunts them through both the supernatural and in their memories. Quick Guide: Haunting Julia Copyright Chapter One: Introduction and Background Chapter Two: Setting Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Summary of the Play Chapter Five: Critical Response< Less
Quick Guide: London Fields By College Guide World
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“London Fields” by British author Martin Amis was first published in 1989. It is a black comic, murder mystery novel. Most of the readers who had earlier read the other works done by... More > Martin Amis were of the view that “London Fields” is Martin Amis’s strongest novel. Initially the tone of the narrative is highly comic; however, it gradually shifts from high comedy to a dark sense of foreboding and eventually to panic when it reaches the deadline, or “horror day.” Quick Guide: London Fields Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Characters Chapter Three: Plot Summary Chapter Four: Critical Analysis< Less

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