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Ready Reference Treatise: Waiting for Godot By Raja Sharma
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Ready Reference Treatise: Waiting for Godot Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Samuel Beckett Chapter Two: Introduction and Brief Summary Waiting for Godot Chapter Three: Characters ... More > Chapter Four: Summary Act I Chapter Five: Summary Act II Chapter Six: Critical Analysis< Less
A Quick Guide to Cecilia By Students' Academy
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The novel “Cecilia” by Frances Burney is subtitled “Memoirs of an Heiress.” It was first published in the year 1782. The story of the novel is set in 1779. Francis Burney had... More > started writing the novel in 1780, and it was published after two years. Her father, Dr. Charles Burney, and Samuel Crisp, who was Burney’s literary mentor, tried to suppress her first attempt at writing “The Writing” for the stage. She was quite disappointed by it, but she did not stop, and she decided to produce a novel in order to capitalize on the success of her first book “Evelina” which was a highly successful book. It is said that “Cecilia” was written under great strain and it affected the tone and content of the novel.< Less
Ready Reference Treatise: Washington Square By Raja Sharma
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Washington Square, a novella by Henry James, was first published in 1880. It was published as a serial in Cornhill Magazine and Harper’s New Monthly Magazine. Washington Square is a... More > tragicomedy written in a very simple style. The story revolves around a daughter and her father. The daughter is dull but sweet and the father is quite brilliant and highly authoritative. Ready Reference Treatise: Washington Square Copyright Preface Chapter One: About Henry James Chapter Two: Introduction to “Washington Square” Chapter Three: Summary in Brief Chapter Four: Characters Chapter Five: Summary All Chapters Chapter Six: Critical Analysis< Less
Ready Reference Treatise: Wide Sargasso Sea By Raja Sharma
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“Wide Sargasso Sea” by Jean Rhys was published in 1966. It is a postcolonial parallel novel. After the publication of her first novel “Good Morning, Midnight” which was... More > published in 1939, Jean Rhys was almost forgotten because she lived away from the mainstream literary circles and spent her time in obscurity, but “Wide Sargasso Sea” brought her back into limelight once again. It became her most successful work of fiction. Ready Reference Treatise: Wide Sargasso Sea Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Summary of the Novel Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< 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
Motivational Stories: Part Thirteen By Raja Sharma
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In this fast paced world, people hardly get time to pause and think about the forces which motivate or retard them. They are immersed in their works so deeply, earning and arranging that there is... More > hardly any time for them to read the stories which children used to read in the past. In this fast paced world, people hardly get time to pause and think about the forces which motivate or retard them. They are immersed in their works so deeply, earning and arranging that there is hardly any time for them to read the stories which children used to read in the past. Nowadays, most of the children are lost in the world of electronic gadgets, course books, and the things which they think will make them successful in future, which is obviously told them by their elders. Gone are those elders who used to sit with their children to tell them beautiful inspiring stories.< 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
Ready Reference Treatise: The Spanish Tragedy By Raja Sharma
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“The Spanish Tragedy” is said to be one of the best Elizabethan tragedies written by Thomas Kyd. It is said to have been written between 1582 and 1592. The play was highly popular in... More > its time, and it created a deep impact on the minds of the readers and viewers. This very play established a new genre in English theatre that is named as “the revenge play” or “the revenge tragedy.” One of the characters in the play is the personification of Revenge. The plot is full of many violent murders. Most of the famous playwrights of the time such as William Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, and Christopher Marlowe often referred to “The Spanish Tragedy” or the parodied reference to the play in their own works. Ready Reference Treatise: The Spanish Tragedy Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Characters Chapter Three: Plot Overview Chapter Four: Complete Summary Act I Act II Act III Act IV Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
A Quick Guide to "Nights at the Circus" By Students' Academy
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The story of the novel revolves around the life and exploits of Sophie Fevvers. She would have people believe that she was a Cockney virgin, or perhaps so she was. She was said to be been hatched... More > from an egg laid by unknown parents and ready to develop fully fledged wings. As the story progresses, Sophie becomes a celebrated aerialiste. She successfully captivates the young journalist Jack Walser. Jack runs way with the circus but he falls into a world for which he is not prepared, for his journalistic exploits have not prepared him to encounter the situation. The novel incorporates various categories of fiction, and they include postmodernism, magical realism, or post-feminism. A Quick Guide to "Nights at the Circus" Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Characters Chapter Three: Thematic Analysis Chapter Four: Plot, Form, and Viewpoint Chapter Five: Summary of the Novel Chapter Six: Setting Chapter Seven: References and Allusions< Less
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