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Ready Reference Treatise: Brideshead Revisited By Raja Sharma
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The author once mentioned that the novel is primarily about the operation of Grace in theological term. However, in other words the book can also be described as an unmerited and unilateral act of... More > love through which souls are summoned by God. Charles Ryder, the narrator of the novel, examines the Roman Catholic aristocratic Marchmain family to which he happens to have been connected through his best friend Sebastian. The major part of the novel is the recollection that begins when the narrator happens to be a middle aged officer in the army. Having reached the Brideshead estate, he remembers the events and people he describes in the narrative.< Less
Ready Reference Treatise: Brideshead Revisited By Raja Sharma
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Charles Ryder, the narrator of the novel, examines the Roman Catholic aristocratic Marchmain family to which he happens to have been connected through his best friend Sebastian. The major part of the... More > novel is the recollection that begins when the narrator is a middle aged officer in the army. Having reached the Brideshead estate, he remembers the events and people he describes in the narrative. The author has himself described his present novel as his magnum opus, as came to be known through several letters he wrote. In his letter that he had written to Graham Greene in the year 1950 he mentioned that he had reread “Brideshead Revisited” and he was appalled.< Less
Ready Reference Treatise: Norwegian Wood By Raja Sharma
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The story of the novel is set in Tokyo during the late 1960s. It was time of anger and dissent, when the young students in Japan and several other countries were rising and protesting against the... More > established order in their respective society and nations. Ready Reference Treatise: Norwegian Wood Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Ready Reference Treatise: Untouchable By Raja Sharma
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Since “Untouchable” champions the cause of the untouchables or the scheduled caste people in India, it is considered a revolutionary work of literature. It very explicitly exposes the... More > social evils prevalent in the contemporary Indian society. When the book was published, it was very well received both in India and in several other countries around the world. The work was highly admired. The book compelled the Indian scholars and politicians to think about this social evil and do something to improve the living conditions of the untouchables. Famous English story writer and essayist E. M. Forster mentioned that “Untouchable” had both historical and literary significance. Another thing that made the book very distinct is the appearance of Mahatma Gandhi in the novel.< Less