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Literature Help: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants By Students' Academy
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The opening prologue and epilogue have been delivered by Carmen in the first person. As the series begins, the four young girls happen to be in their sophomore year in high school. The story... More > continues for four consecutive summers. Eventually, it ends with the summer break after their freshman year of college. The story describes the girls’ development in several ways. However, they aim to become individuals, yet keeping their childhood friendship intact and it keeps them together and whole. Literature Help: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Having Our Say By Students' Academy
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Later on, Amy Hill Hearth expanded her feature story into book form. The book was first published by Kodansha America in New York in September 1993. The book was an instant success and it remained... More > on the New York Times bestseller lists for 105 weeks. Up to this day, the book has sold more than five million copies. In the year 1995 it inspired a Broadway play. Similarly, it was adapted into a CBS television film in the year 1999. Literature Help: Having Our Say Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Synopsis of the Book Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis Chapter Six: Some Other Facts< Less
Literature Help: Changes: A Love Story By Students' Academy
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The author provides a very deep insight into the next generations of Africa’s emerging middle class with the help of the main characters in the novel. The main characters are Esi Sekyi and Ali... More > Kondey. The author was internationally acclaimed after the publication of this book. She was honored with the Commonwealth Writers Prize Africa Division. Her next novel after the publication of “Changes: A Love Story” was “The Girl Who Can and Other Stories.” It was also a highly successful book. She has also authored several children’s books and collections of poetry. Her books have also been able to find their place in the academic institutions and school and college libraries. Literature Help: Changes: A Love Story Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Title and Writing Style Chapter Six: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Season of Migration to the North By Students' Academy
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It is generally said that the Islamic government of Sudan did not approve the novel and it was banned on religious grounds. Although the novel is written by a Sudanese author, it is said that he had... More > written the book with international readers in his mind. Denys Johnson Davies was his English translator and both of them worked closely while translating the novel before it was ready to be published. The author was quite fluent in both English and Arabic, but he decided to write the book originally in Arabic, perhaps to show his obligation to his nation and to express his national identity. Literature Help: Season of Migration to the North Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Maggie: A Girl of the Streets By Students' Academy
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It is said that when the novel was written, the author was only 22 years old and he had financed the novel’s publication himself. When the original edition of the novel was published in the... More > year 1893, it was published under the pseudonym Johnson Smith. After this novella, Stephen Crane wrote “The Red Badge of Courage” which proved to be a highly successful novel. After this success, the novella “Maggie: A Girl of the Streets” was republished in 1896. There were several changes and re-writings. Through this story, the author explores American life through the illustration of New York that the author had seen himself. Literature Help: Maggie: A Girl of the Streets Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Love In the Time of Cholera By Students' Academy
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The English translation of the novel was done by Alfred A. Knopf, and the English edition was published in 1988. The movie of the same name “Love In the Time of Cholera” was released in... More > the year 2007. The most significant themes of the novel are cholera, fear of ageing, love, death, time, and society. The story is highly influenced by the oral traditions of story-telling and the magical realism. Gabriel Garcia Marquez first used magical realism in his world famous novel “One Hundred Years of Solitude.” Literature Help: Love In the Time of Cholera Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Setting Chapter Three: Plot Overview Chapter Four: Major Characters Chapter Five: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Part Five Part Six Chapter Six: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Snow Falling On Cedars By Students' Academy
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The novel is set in an island community in the Puget Sound. The history of the characters is explored in great details. Those characters happen to be involved in the trial. The story also deals with... More > the issues such as suspicions and prejudice that was widely prevalent against the Japanese community during the Second World War. The novel “Snow Falling on Cedars” is often compared with “To Kill a Mockingbird” written by Harper Lee. Both these novels are deeply committed to the exploration of the issues which were related to the system of justice in the United States, community, love, and race. With a complex plot and highly absorbing story, the novel presents a spontaneous flow of narrative. The novel is often discussed at several academic circles, and it is also prescribed to the students of modern English literature in various schools and colleges across the world.< Less
Literature Help: Glengarry Glen Ross By Students' Academy
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The play is considered to be Mamet’s most celebrated work. Since the play deals with the lives of salesmen, it is often compared to “Death of a Salesman” written by Arthur Miller.... More > The basic difference is in the attitude and the actions of the protagonists of these plays. Arthur Miller’s salesman keeps on doing drudgery without getting due rewards, but in “Glengarry Glenn Ross” the salesmen apply all the techniques, fair or unfair, to achieve their ends. “Glengarry Glen Ross” uses the concept of death as a point of beginning for more powerful social criticism, whereas Arthur miller’s play “Death of a Salesman” eulogizes the death of the American Dream. Literature Help: Glengarry Glen Ross 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
Literature Help: Yonnondio: From the Thirties By Students' Academy
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Olsen once mentioned that she probably began the writing of this novel in March 1932. It was the same month she got pregnant with her first child. The present form in which the novel is available... More > today is the ‘recovered’ text. It is said that in the year 1972, Jack, Olsen’s husband, discovered her notes, chapters, and scraps among her old papers and decided to have the novel published. He started working on the book and during the following two years he pieced the novel together and then got it published in the present form in 1974. Literature Help: Yonnondio: From the Thirties Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Companion: Go Down, Moses By History World
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“The Fire and the Hearth” and “The Bear” are two longer stories in this collection of short stories. They, together, tell the composite history of the McCaslin family. It also... More > tells about the descendents of Carothers McCaslin and the residents of the plantation he had established. As the novel takes its course, the complete histories get revealed. Pieces of information keep appearing in successive stories to clarify, complete, and sometimes controvert the information given in the previous stories. However, each of the stories in the book has its own plot. They are independent of the other stories. Literature Companion: Go Down, Moses Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less

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