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A Quick Guide to "Mrs. Dalloway" By Students' Academy
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Most of the reviewers and critics have unanimously accepted “Mrs. Dalloway” as one of the best novels written by Virginia Woolf. The novel is based on two short stories: “Mrs.... More > Dalloway in Bond Street” and the unfinished story “The Prime Minister.” Clarissa Dalloway, the protagonist, happens to be making preparations for a party that she is going to throw that evening. There are enough flash back scenes which describe Clarissa’s life and the inter war social structure. A Quick Guide to "Mrs. Dalloway" Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Writing Style Chapter Six: Critical Analysis< Less
Quick Guide: Mrs. Dalloway By College Guide World
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“Mrs. Dalloway” is considered to be Virginia Woolf’s one of the best known novels. The novel has been created from two short stories written by Woolf: “Mrs. Dalloway in Bond... More > Street” and “The Prime Minister.” The second story was unfinished. The story basically describes Clarissa’s preparations for a party which she is going to host. The story continues to shift forward and backward in time. It also moves in and out of the minds of the characters to create an image of Clarissa’s life and the picture of the inter war social structure.< Less
Quick Guide: Blade Runner By College Guide World
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The story is loosely based on the novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” which was written by Philip K. Dick. The screenplay of the film was written by Hampton Fancher and David... More > Peoples. The story of the film revolves around a dystopian Los Angeles in November 2019. Tyrell Corporation is a very powerful manufacturing company which produces genetically engineered organic robots called Replicants which happen to be visually indistinguishable from adult normal human beings. There are some other mega corporations around the world and they also produce such robots. Quick Guide: Blade Runner Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Response and Reception< Less
Quick Guide: Major Barbara By College Guide World
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The play revolves around the title character Major Barbara, who happens to be an officer of the Salvation Army. Her full name is Major Barbara Undershaft. She is shocked and disillusioned when she... More > finds out that her Christian denomination has accepted money from an armament manufacturer, her father, and a whiskey distiller. She takes a serious decision and determines to bring a message of salvation to people who have plenty will be more fulfilling and genuine than converting the starving in return for bread. Quick Guide: Major Barbara Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
A Quick Guide to "The Stranger" By Students’ Academy
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The central theme of the novel is existentialism. The story revolves around the central character Meursault, an Algerian. He happens to be a French citizen who lives in North Africa. He is a man of... More > the Mediterranean, though he hardly partakes of the traditional Mediterranean culture. He kills an Arab man whom he recognizes in French Algiers. There are two parts of the story: Meursault’s first person narrative view before the murder and after the murder, respectively. A Quick Guide to "The Stranger" Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Chapter Five: Further Notes< Less
Quick Guide: The Doors of Perception By College Guide World
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The story is in the form of the author’s recollection of a mescaline trip which had taken place over the course of an afternoon. The title of the book comes from a phrase from “The... More > Marriage of Heaven and Hell” a poem composed by William Blake. The author describes all the insights he had had during his experiences. Some of the insights were purely aesthetic and some in the form of sacramental vision. He also describes those reflections which present the meaning of his experience for art and religion. Quick Guide: The Doors of Perception Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: History and Background Chapter Three: Structure and Development Chapter Four: Plot Summary Chapter Five: Critical Response< Less
Quick Guide: Death Be Not Proud By College Guide World
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The story of the book revolves around struggle of Gunther’s teenage son who was suffering from a brain tumor. It records the boys struggle to overcome the tumor, and his death at the age of... More > seventeen. The story describes the time when his son, Johnny, experiences the first symptoms of the tumor soon after being given a clean bill of health. The author describes Johnny's struggle against the tumor and multiple surgeries which he faces bravely. Johnny complains that he has a stiff neck and one day it leads to an operation by the doctors. Finally, they discover that there is a big tumor, the size of an orange. Quick Guide: Death Be Not Proud Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Ready Reference Treatise: Arcadia By Raja Sharma
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“Arcadia” by Tom Stoppard is a famous play written in 1993. The play revolves around the relationship between past and present and between order and disorder and the certainty of... More > knowledge. The play has been highly acclaimed and most of the critics consider it the finest play written by one of the most significant contemporary play writers in the English Language. Ready Reference Treatise: Arcadia Copyright Chapter One: Introduction to “Arcadia” Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis Chapter Six: About the Title Chapter Seven: Contextual Information< Less
Quick Guide: A Farewell to Arms By College Guide World
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The story is the first person account of Frederic Henry, an American, a lieutenant in the ambulance crops of the Italian Army. The title “A Farewell to Arms” comes from a poem that was... More > composed by George Peele, a 16th century English dramatist. The novel focuses on a romance between American Henry and Catherine Barkley. Henry is an expatriate American and Catherine Barkley has different nationalities. She is variously described as English or Scottish. The story is set against the backdrop of the World War, cynical soldiers, battles and the displacement of populations. Quick Guide: A Farewell to Arms Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
A Quick Guide to "Murder in the Cathedral" By Students’ Academy
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“Murder in the Cathedral” by T. S. Eliot was first performed in 1935. It is a verse drama that presents the assassination of Archbishop Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral in 1170.... More > Most of the information that Eliot has drawn upon comes from the writing of Edward Grim who was an eyewitness to the murder. The play basically describes how an individual opposes the authority. When the play was written, Fascism was on the rise in Central Europe. As per the instructions given by the producer of the play, Eliot removed or replaced some of the material from the play, but he later transformed it into a poem titled “Burnt Norton.” A Quick Guide to "Murder in the Cathedral" Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less