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A Quick Guide to "The Stranger" By Students’ Academy
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The central theme of the novel is existentialism. The story revolves around the central character Meursault, an Algerian. He happens to be a French citizen who lives in North Africa. He is a man of... More > the Mediterranean, though he hardly partakes of the traditional Mediterranean culture. He kills an Arab man whom he recognizes in French Algiers. There are two parts of the story: Meursault’s first person narrative view before the murder and after the murder, respectively. A Quick Guide to "The Stranger" Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Chapter Five: Further Notes< Less
A Quick Guide to "Carrion Comfort" By Students’ Academy
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The story of the novel focuses on a small fraction of humanity that has got immense psychic powers. The people of that fraction call those powers “The Ability.” It transpires that those... More > powers can be used to fully control people from a distance to make them do any physical action, even murders. The novel explores and explains this ability of that tiny fraction of humanity. It is said that this Ability has been often used in the history of mankind to create direct or indirect influence. The world leaders or more covert individuals in the world have successfully used this Ability on almost everything from individual senseless murders to the Holocaust. A Quick Guide to "Carrion Comfort" Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Characters Chapter Three: Plot Summary Chapter Four: Critical Analysis< Less
A Quick Guide to "Brokeback Mountain" By Students’ Academy
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“Brokeback Mountain” by Annie Proulx is a short story. This story was first published in The New Yorker on 13th October, 1997. It was subsequently published in its expanded version in... More > Proulx’s 1999 collection of short stories, “Close Range: Wyoming Stories.” In 1998, “Brokeback Mountain” won an O. Henry Award. For publishing “Brokeback Mountain” The New Yorker won the National Magazine Award for Fiction in the same year. “Close Range: Wyoming Stories” was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction in the year 2000. A Quick Guide to "Brokeback Mountain" Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Film Adaptation Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Plot Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
A Quick Guide to "Murder in the Cathedral" By Students’ Academy
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“Murder in the Cathedral” by T. S. Eliot was first performed in 1935. It is a verse drama that presents the assassination of Archbishop Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral in 1170.... More > Most of the information that Eliot has drawn upon comes from the writing of Edward Grim who was an eyewitness to the murder. The play basically describes how an individual opposes the authority. When the play was written, Fascism was on the rise in Central Europe. As per the instructions given by the producer of the play, Eliot removed or replaced some of the material from the play, but he later transformed it into a poem titled “Burnt Norton.” A Quick Guide to "Murder in the Cathedral" Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less

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