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"Ragtime" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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The book was published the same year the Vietnam War ended. There were several domestic and international issues in the 1970s which disillusioned a large majority of Americans. The author takes the... More > early history of America and presents the events of his time. He was criticized for being too much inclined towards radical Jewish humanism. There is no doubt that the story obviously demonstrates the plight of the oppressed populations such as African Americans and immigrants, so that compassion and social awareness could be created. "Ragtime" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
"Accidental Death of an Anarchist" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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“Accidental Death of an Anarchist” by Dario Fo was first published on 10th December 1970. It was originally written in Italian language and the title was “Morte accidentale di un... More > anarchico.” The play was recognized internationally right after it was launched, with numerous positive reviews. The play brought a lot of admiration to the playwright. Dario Fo was awarded the prestigious Nobel Prize in Literature in 1997. “Accidental Death of an Anarchist” is considered to be a classic of 20th century theatre. "Accidental Death of an Anarchist" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Act One Act Two Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
"Native Son" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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The story revolves around a young back American named Bigger Thomas. He is 20 years old. The story is set in the 1930s. Thomas lives in extreme poverty in a poor area on Chicago’s South... More > Side. It is a highly revealing story that describes the real story of the lives of the black youths who had to face problems first because of their background and second because the white people saw them as different. Now the book is frequently discussed among literary circles and it has found its place in several academic institutions around the world. "Native Son" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Book One Book Two Book Three Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
"The Namesake" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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“The Namesake” by Jhumpa Lahiri was first published in 2003. She had originally written it as a novella and it was published in The New Yorker. However, after some time of its... More > publication, she expanded the story and wrote a full length novel. The story is based on the people who are caught in two conflicting cultures where they find highly noticeable religious, social, and ideological differences. The novel very skillfully explores emotional and cultural themes. At the centre of the story are the first generation Indian immigrants in the United States. The story illustrates the issues which they and their children had to face there in a new country. "The Namesake" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Thematic Analysis< Less
"Main Street" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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“Main Street” by Sinclair Lewis was first published in 1920. It is a satirical novel. The story is presented from the perspective of Carol Kennicott. She happens to be a young woman from... More > Minneapolis. Having married a doctor from a small town she settles with him in the doctor’s hometown. Carol happens to be concerned about social reforms. She is equally concerned about her personal happiness. Through her character the author presents the society in general in that era. During that period, women gained power after several labor moments. They eventually got the right to vote in 1920. "Main Street" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
"The Man Who Was Almost a Man" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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Racism is one of the most significant themes of the story. This issue has been highly skillfully handled by the author. Dave, a young African-American boy, works for Jim Hawkins. Jim is a white... More > farm owner. As the story progresses, one day, Dave shoots a mule named Jenny. Through this incident, the author makes a point, “There were white and black standing in the crowd.” Dave had shouted at those white and black faces in the crowd. Shooting of the animal is not as important as it is to see that the people standing in the crowd become important for Dave. Dave feels powerful and equal with the gun. He wishes he could kill a man with a gun like that. He could kill anybody, black or white. "The Man Who was Almost a Man" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Characters Chapter Three: Complete Summary Chapter Four: Major Themes Chapter Five: Major Motifs Chapter Six: Symbolism< Less
"The Five People You Meet In Heaven" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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The story begins with Eddie, the central character. He happens to be an elderly gentleman; he works at an amusement park named “Ruby Pier” as the head of the maintenance. The regular... More > visitors to the park generally know Eddie. People sometimes humorously call him “Eddie Maintenance.” There are several patches on his uniform that he wears while doing the maintenance work. It transpires that Eddie had served in the Second World War as a soldier. He received a leg injury during the war that has left his leg crippled. He is not happy working at the park but he does so because he has inherited that job from his dad. "The Five People You Meet In Heaven" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Themes Chapter Four: Characters Chapter Five: Complete Summary Chapter Six: Critical Analysis< Less
"She Stoops to Conquer" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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The play was originally titled “Mistakes of a Night,” because the events in this play take place in one long night. The first production of the play opened on 15th of March 1773 in... More > London at Covent Garden Theatre. It was an immediate success. The play is often discussed among academic circles and academic seminars which are organized to educate the students of literature. "She Stoops to Conquer" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Type of Comedy Chapter Four: Dramatic Unity Chapter Five: Characters Chapter Six: Complete Summary Prologue Act One Act Two Act Three Act Four Act Five Chapter Seven: Critical Analysis< Less
"Wild Duck" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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It is said that the character of Hedvig is based on a German girl who Henrik Ibsen had met while he was completing the play in Gossensass in the summer of 1884. His sister’s name was Hedvig... More > and he was said to be very close to his sister. It is also said that his sister was named for their maternal grandmother whose name was Hedevig Paus. Another important character Old Ekdal is said to be based on Knud Ibsen, Henrik Ibsen’s father. "Wild Duck" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
"The Hairy Ape" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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Through this play, the playwright shows his social concern for the oppressed industrial workers. He believes that the capitalist system definitely persecutes the working class people, but the... More > playwright also criticizes a socialist movement that can not fulfill the needs or the individuals and solve their personal and unique problems. The industrial world and the working environment for the workers in the play is toxic and dehumanizing. Likewise, the world of the rich is superficial and dehumanizing. Yank, the main character, stands as a symbol of the human condition, standing alienated from nature owing to his isolated consciousness. He does not find his place in any environment or social group. "The Hairy Ape" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less

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