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Literature Help: The Good Earth By Students' Academy
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“The Good Earth” by Pearl S. Buck was first published in 1931. The novel won the prestigious Pulitzer Prize in the year 1932. It was very well received by both readers and critics. The... More > book was the bestseller in 1931 and 1932 in the United States. Eventually, Buck won the coveted Nobel Prize for Literature in 1938. It is often said that “The Good Earth” was an influential factor in Buck’s winning the Prize. “The Good Earth” is the first book in a trilogy written by Buck. The other two books in that trilogy are “Son” and “A House Divided”, published in 1932 and 1935 respectively. Literature Help: The Good Earth Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: The Seagull By Students' Academy
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There are various characters in the play, but the character of Trigorin is considered to be Chekhov’s greatest male role. However, the play relies upon several characters who develop as the... More > play progresses. In the 19th century theatre the melodrama and lurid actions were very popular in the plays; “The Seagull” does not show the actions like Konstantin’s suicide attempts onstage. The characters do not speak directly about the issues; they tend to speak in ways that skirt around issues. Literature Help: The Seagull Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Act One Act Two Act Three Act Four Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Act One Act Two Act Three Act Four Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: The Seagull By Students' Academy
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There are various characters in the play, but the character of Trigorin is considered to be Chekhov’s greatest male role. However, the play relies upon several characters who develop as the... More > play progresses. In the 19th century theatre the melodrama and lurid actions were very popular in the plays; “The Seagull” does not show the actions like Konstantin’s suicide attempts onstage. The characters do not speak directly about the issues; they tend to speak in ways that skirt around issues. Literature Help: The Seagull Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Act One Act Two Act Three Act Four Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Act One Act Two Act Three Act Four Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: An Ideal Husband By Students' Academy
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“An Ideal Husband” by Oscar Wilde is a comedy play. It was first performed in the year 1895. The story of the play fundamentally deals with the subjects such as political corruption and... More > blackmail. Private and public honor is one of the most significant themes of the play. The action of the play is set in London. The time of the play is ‘the present.’ The entire play covers the time period of twenty four hours. Literature Help: An Ideal Husband Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Act One Act Two Act Three Act Four Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Fight Club By Students' Academy
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“Fight Club” by Chuck Palahniuk was first published in the year 1996. The story revolves around the experiences of an unnamed protagonist who happens to be struggling with insomnia. The... More > author had originally thought of writing a short story by the same name, but eventually it took the shape of a novel. The short story the author had thought is now the sixth chapter of the novel. “Fight Club” was an instant success and both readers and critics admired it. Most of the reviews were highly positive. Literature Help: Fight Club Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Demian By Students' Academy
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“Demian” by Hermann Hesse is a Bildungsroman (Coming-of-age-story) novel. It was first published in 1919. The subtitle of the novel is “The Story of Emil Sinclair’s... More > Youth.” When the book was republished in the year 1960, a prologue was included. When it was first published the author used the pseudonym “Emil Sinclair.” It is the name of the narrator of “Demian.” Eventually, Hermann Hesse revealed that he was the author of the book. Literature Help: Demian Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: The Glass Castle By Students' Academy
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The memoir revolves around the author, Jeannette Walls, and her family. The author describes that her family had constant scarcity of money. The family kept on moving frequently and continued to try... More > to resettle. It is quite obvious that it is a dysfunctional family, but the author does not condemn either of the parents. At several places in the memoir there is obvious touch of humor with a light spirited tone. Literature Help: The Glass Castle Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Part Five Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: The Handmaid's Tale By Students' Academy
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The story is set in the near future. The United States government has been overthrown by a totalitarian Christian theocracy. The story explores the changes the society experiences after this huge... More > change. “The Handmaid’s Tale” fundamentally explores the themes of subjugation of woman and the means and methods which cause women to gain agency. Literature Help: The Handmaid's Tale Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Silence By Students' Academy
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“Silence” is considered as the author’s supreme achievement. It won the Tanizaki Prize in the year 1966. It is also regarded as one of the 20th century’s finest novels. The... More > story is based on the theme of a silent God who accompanies a believer in difficult times. A part of the novel is presented in the form of a letter by the central character. Literature Help: Silence Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Clarissa By Students' Academy
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“Clarissa” is one of the longest novels ever written in the English language. Although the book was first published about three hundred years ago, the book still retains its charisma over... More > readers, critics, and literary scholars. Before it was published as a book, “Clarissa” was released as a series. Its first two volumes were first published in 1747. By the end of 1748 all seven volumes had been published to complete the series. The book was highly acclaimed when it was first published and the author was highly admired by the scholars, reviewers, and critics, but the author was not very pleased with some aspects of the book’s reception. Literature Help: Clarissa Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less

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