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Ready Reference Treatise: The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter By Raja Sharma
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Several of the characters and events in the novel “The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter” are inspired by the author's own life experiences as she was coming-of-age. She is often compared to... More > other Southern women writers of her time. Some other critics say that she is more closely linked to Thomas Wolfe, Sherwood Anderson, and William Saroyan. According to McCullers she wrote in the tradition of the Russian realists. She wrote “The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter” while she was studying writing at New York University and Columbia University. Ready Reference Treatise: The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter 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
Ready Reference Treatise: The Color of Water By Raja Sharma
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“The Color of Water” by James McBride was first published in 1995. It is the author’s autobiography. The subtitle of the book is “A Black Man’s Tribute to His White... More > Mother.” The alternate narrative keeps on shifting between the descriptions of the author’s early life and the first person narration of the life of the author’s mother, Ruth. The book describes the life of the author’s mother before the author was born. Ready Reference Treatise: The Color of Water Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Ready Reference Treatise: Bless the Beasts and Children By Raja Sharma
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The author presents a highly significant parallel between the country’s period of transition and the transformation of the boys to men. The story describes how the Bedwetters, the disturbed... More > boys, face their new challenges and questions. When the novel was being written, the Vietnam War was on. In the preceding years several political assignations had taken place. Several significant elements of popular culture appear throughout the novel. There are some important allusions to televisions programmes and to hippies. Through these allusions, the author tries to show that the boys were aware of the culture that surrounded them. Ready Reference Treatise: Bless the Beasts and Children Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Ready Reference Treatise: The Fault In Our Stars By Raja Sharma
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According to the author, he got inspired to write this novel while he was working as a student chaplain at a children’s hospital. He said that the children were as human as healthy people. The... More > author said that he did not see the sick or dying people as different from the healthy people. They were as human as others. Having received several positive comments from the sick children in that hospital he decided to write the story though he was initially intimidated by the idea. Green was friends with a girl named Esther Earl. She died at the age of sixteen. She died of thyroid cancer. She also has her influence on the present novel. Green admits that she inspired him to write the book. He says that Esther Earl showed him how a brief life could also be a full life. Ready Reference Treatise: The Fault In Our Stars Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less