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Literature Help: "Gone With the Wind" By Students’ Academy
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“Gone with the Wind” by Margaret Mitchell was first published in 1936. The novel won the Pulitzer Prize for the book in the year 1937. The story of the novel is set in Clayton County,... More > Georgia, and Atlanta during the American Civil War and Reconstruction. “Gone with the Wind” is the only novel which the author got published during the author's lifetime. The book is still popular all over the world. It is often discussed in academic circles even today. It has also been prescribed in the course of study of the students of American Literature in the United States and several other countries of the world. Literature Help: "Gone with the Wind" Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: About the Novel Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Title and Background Chapter Five: Complete Summary Chapter Six: Structure and Genre Chapter Seven: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: The Zoo Story By Students’ Academy
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“The Zoo Story” by American playwright Edward Albee was written in 1958. The play was originally titled “Peter and Jerry.” This one act play was Edward Albee’s first... More > play. He completed the writing of the play in just three weeks. The most significant themes of the play are loneliness, isolation, social disparity, dehumanization in a commercial world, and miscommunication as anathematization. There are several other minor themes as well. Literature Help: The Zoo Story Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Peter Jerry Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Thematic Analysis< Less
Literature Help: The Master Builder By Students’ Academy
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The story begins in a small town in Norway. Halvard Solness is a middle-aged Master Builder. He is very skilled in his work and he has become a successful architect of high popularity. He has earned... More > a great reputation. One morning, his friend Doctor Herdal visits him. At the same time a young woman named Hilde Wangel visits him. She is twenty four years old. She is from another town..... Literature Help: The Master Builder Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Summary and Interpretation Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Death In Venice By Students’ Academy
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“Death In Venice” by the German author Thomas Mann was first published in 1912. The story of this novella revolves around a great writer. The writer suffers from writer’s block. He... More > goes to Venice and there he finds his salvation. He feels uplifted. In Venice he gets obsessed by a very beautiful youth. He does not speak to that stunningly beautiful young boy named Tadzio, but he feels that he is being drawn deep into ruinous inward passion. Literature Help: Death in Venice Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Sanctuary By Students’ Academy
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The story is set in the author’s fictional Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi. The story covers the time period of May/June in the year 1929. As the story begins a lawyer from a small town... More > happens to be passing through on his way to the home of his sister. “Sanctuary” is a complicated and complex tail of lawyers, families, prostitutes, lusts, and betrayal. The story has been written in a very interesting style and it keeps the readers absorbed from beginning to the end. Literature Help: Sanctuary Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Characters Major Characters Minor Characters Chapter Three: Summary of the Novel Chapter Four: More about Sanctuary< Less
Literature Help: The Pearl By Students’ Academy
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The novella “The Pearl” was written when Steinbeck was at the zenith of his glory. Before this book he had completed “The Grapes of Wrath” which brought him the coveted... More > “Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.” After the publication of “The Grapes of Wrath” Steinbeck came to be known as a subversive, unpatriotic man who threatened the national interest through the socialist themes of his novels. There were several controversies around him in those days. Literature Help: The Pearl Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: More about The Pearl Chapter Three: Plot Summary Chapter Four: Characters Chapter Five: Complete Summary Chapter Six: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Uncle Vanya By Students’ Academy
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“Uncle Vanya” by one of the most admired Russian playwright Anton Chekov was first published in 1897. The play was first premiered in 1899 at the Moscow Art Theatre. The play was... More > directed by Konstantin Stanislavski. “Uncle Vanya” is a very detailed reworking of Chekhov’s earlier major work “The Wood Demon.” In this way it becomes a very unique play. In this reworked play, the author has reduced the cast list from almost two dozen down to only nine. He has also changed the climatic suicide of “The Wood Demon” into the famous failed homicide of Uncle Vanya. Literature Help: Uncle Vanya Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Plot Summary Act One Act Two Act Three Act Four Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: The Moon By Night By Students’ Academy
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Before this novel, the author had written one more novel about Vicky Austin and her family, taking place between the events of “Meet the Austins” and “The Young Unicorns.”... More > These two novels were published in 1960 and 1968 respectively. In this book, the character of Zachary Gray makes his first appearance. Zachary Gray dates first Vicky and then, in the later books, Polly O’Keefe. The elements which are there in the novel “The Moon by Night” are not to be found in the other novels written by the author. Literature Help: The Moon By Night Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Major Characters Chapter Three: Background and Related Works Chapter Four: Plot Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Private Lives By Students’ Academy
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“Private Lives” by Noel Coward was published in published in 1930. It is a comedy of manners in three acts. The play initially toured the British provinces, and then it opened at the new... More > Phoenix Theater in London in 1930. During its London performance the star cast included Coward, Gertrude Lawrence, Adrianne Allen and Laurence Olivier. After one year, the Broadway production was launched. Since its Broadway production in 1931, the play has been revived at least half a dozen times each in the West End and on Broadway. Literature Help: Private Lives Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Historical Background Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Plot Overview Act One Act Two Act Three Chapter Five: Complete Summary Act One Act Two Act Three Chapter Six: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Cousin Bette By Students’ Academy
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The characters in the novel “Cousin Bette” represent polarities of contrasting morality. Bette is quite vengeful and Valerie is disingenuous. Adeline is quite merciful and her daughter... More > Hortense is also very patient. The head of the Hulot family is the slave of his sexual desire. Hortense’s husband is the Polish exile Wenceslas Steinbeck. He is a man of artistic genius, though he does not seem to be motivated in any manner. It is assumed that the character of Bette is based in part on the mother or Balzac and the poet Marceline Desbordes Valmore. Literature Help: Cousin Bette Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Historical Background Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Writing Style Chapter Five: Plot Summary Chapter Six: Thematic Analysis< Less