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Excerpt One. Teachers ... By Andrew Rice-Oxley
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These extracts from Lessons and Discoveries contain portraits of several unforgettable schoolmasters and their idiosyncratic styles of teaching. They show too how life at Marby College changed for... More > Martin Rigby-Smith over the course of five years from oppressive rules and restrictions to almost total liberty.< Less
"Trifles" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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“Trifles” by Susan Glaspell was first performed on 8th of August, 1916. The play’s first performance took place at the Wharf Theatre in Provincetown, Massachusetts. One year after... More > the debut of “Trifles”, the playwright adapted a story titled “A Jury of Her Peers” from the play. It is noticeable that the author played the role of Mrs. Hale, one of the characters, in the original play. The play has found its very distinct place in American Literature and world literature. One more admirable point to be noted is that “Trifles” is often anthologized in American literature textbooks prescribed at several schools and colleges around the country. "Trifles" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Part Three Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
"She Stoops to Conquer" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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The play was originally titled “Mistakes of a Night,” because the events in this play take place in one long night. The first production of the play opened on 15th of March 1773 in... More > London at Covent Garden Theatre. It was an immediate success. The play is often discussed among academic circles and academic seminars which are organized to educate the students of literature. "She Stoops to Conquer" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Type of Comedy Chapter Four: Dramatic Unity Chapter Five: Characters Chapter Six: Complete Summary Prologue Act One Act Two Act Three Act Four Act Five Chapter Seven: Critical Analysis< Less
"The Man Who Was Almost a Man" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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Racism is one of the most significant themes of the story. This issue has been highly skillfully handled by the author. Dave, a young African-American boy, works for Jim Hawkins. Jim is a white... More > farm owner. As the story progresses, one day, Dave shoots a mule named Jenny. Through this incident, the author makes a point, “There were white and black standing in the crowd.” Dave had shouted at those white and black faces in the crowd. Shooting of the animal is not as important as it is to see that the people standing in the crowd become important for Dave. Dave feels powerful and equal with the gun. He wishes he could kill a man with a gun like that. He could kill anybody, black or white. "The Man Who was Almost a Man" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Characters Chapter Three: Complete Summary Chapter Four: Major Themes Chapter Five: Major Motifs Chapter Six: Symbolism< Less
"Accidental Death of an Anarchist" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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“Accidental Death of an Anarchist” by Dario Fo was first published on 10th December 1970. It was originally written in Italian language and the title was “Morte accidentale di un... More > anarchico.” The play was recognized internationally right after it was launched, with numerous positive reviews. The play brought a lot of admiration to the playwright. Dario Fo was awarded the prestigious Nobel Prize in Literature in 1997. “Accidental Death of an Anarchist” is considered to be a classic of 20th century theatre. "Accidental Death of an Anarchist" Summarized and Analyzed 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
"The Secret Sharer" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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Joseph Conrad is better known for his long expedition novels; however, the short stories written by Conrad are equally interesting and educating. Several of his short stories have been highly admired... More > and widely read around the world. Conrad used to have his short stories published in magazines and papers, but eventually when he came to be recognized as a novel writer his stories began to be presented in anthologies. The present novella “The Secret Sharer” is often prescribed in the course of study for the students of English literature at numerous schools and colleges. The story was written in the year 1909. "The Secret Sharer" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
"Native Son" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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The story revolves around a young back American named Bigger Thomas. He is 20 years old. The story is set in the 1930s. Thomas lives in extreme poverty in a poor area on Chicago’s South... More > Side. It is a highly revealing story that describes the real story of the lives of the black youths who had to face problems first because of their background and second because the white people saw them as different. Now the book is frequently discussed among literary circles and it has found its place in several academic institutions around the world. "Native Son" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Book One Book Two Book Three Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
"Ragtime" Summarized and Analyzed By Teacher Forum
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The book was published the same year the Vietnam War ended. There were several domestic and international issues in the 1970s which disillusioned a large majority of Americans. The author takes the... More > early history of America and presents the events of his time. He was criticized for being too much inclined towards radical Jewish humanism. There is no doubt that the story obviously demonstrates the plight of the oppressed populations such as African Americans and immigrants, so that compassion and social awareness could be created. "Ragtime" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Loser By Teacher Timesavers
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Novel Study for Loser Grades 5-8 ...The story of Donald Zinkoff as he progresses from grades one to six. Donald is an average student, with a kind and considerate nature, but his failure to win a... More > race earns him the nickname of Loser from his classmates. Undeterred by this bullying, Donald continues to be himself and the reader will consider who are the real winners and losers. By Jerry Spinelli................ The novel study contains an average of 65 pages and includes: Suggestions for teaching the unit.....A vocabulary list.....Comprehension questions...Activity cards for grammar....Creative writing....Word study....Research and integrated activities....Tracking and record sheets....Answer key Please our website for more information and sample pages. www.teachertimesavers.com< Less
Famous Social Reformers & Revolutionaries 4: Mikhail Bakunin By Teacher Forum
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Mikhail Alexandrovich Bakunin, a famous Russian revolutionary anarchist, was born on 30th of May 1814 in Tver Governorate, northwest of Moscow. With the passage of time, he got more interested in... More > the philosophy of Fichte. After that he started reading the works of Hegel. At that time, Hegel was considered to be one of the most influential German intellectuals and thinkers. Bakunin embraced Hegelianism. He was highly inspired and encouraged by Hegel’s famous maxim, “Everything that exists is rational.” Having prepared himself for further studies, Bakunin left for St. Petersburg and Berlin. He wanted to prepare himself for a professorship in philosophy or history at the University of Moscow.< Less