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Reflects different novel

“To the future or to the past, to a time when thought is free, when men are different from one another and do not live alone- to a time when truth exists and what is done cannot be undone: From the age of uniformity, from the age of solitude, fromRead More

Three Narrators Affect The Reader’s Response To The Novel

The monster, without family and love grows up alone and suffers emotionally. Without the moral guidance and support of a family he becomes depressed and confused. This results in his thirst for revenge from the man who neglected him, abandoned and created him. Victor ignored his responsibilities to his creation,Read More

The monster of history

After learning the language, the monster was now able to understand what the cottagers were saying. Whilst Felix was reading a book the monster stood by and heard. From Felix reading he was able to get knowledge of history, insight into the government and religions. The monster describes, ‘I obtainedRead More

Kurtz is willing to kill

Within the novel Marlow also has a fascination with the Congo River, he says its an immense snake uncoiled, with its head in the sea, its body at rest curving afar over a vast country, and its tail lost in the depths of the land. The snake had charmed meRead More

The two different acts in Hobsons Choic

The next scene in which, Willie is important is when he is called up from the cellar by Maggie. As he gets up, Maggie asks to see his hands. He turns them over, “Hesitantly”, and replies, “They’re dirty. ” This phrase shows us that Willie is very timid and feelsRead More

A novel concerned

In “Hard Times” Dickens is attacking various aspects of Victorian society but essentially he is attacking the philosophy of Utilitarianism. The novel opens with an example of the Utilitarian education system with the thundering voice of Mr Gradgrind, a religious follower of the system, proclaiming the importance of “fact, fact,Read More

How important is the scene to the novel as a whole?

Being starved of social contact and the fact really that loneliness affects us in a wide range of ways Steinbeck begins to tap into this by having Crooks understandably taunting lennie saying ‘s,pose George don’t come back’ not that he means it of course but simply out of the desireRead More

Treatment of the creature

Shelley explored many themes in her novel and I think one of them was whether us, as a society have to take on the responsibility of caring for and looking after those weaker or less fortunate then ourselves. Even now we like to think of ourselves as excising this idea,Read More

Mississippi in her novel

Mildred shows the unpleasant incident where the blacks were splashed with the dirty waters, by the white school bus. Mildred described the thought Cassie had about the way they were treated, ‘ we consequently found ourselves comical objects to cruel eyes that gave no thought to our misery. ‘ HereRead More

Title of the novella

Discuss the variety of ways in which the title of the novella might be considered an appropriate one. The ‘Heart of Darkness’, a novella by Joseph Conrad was written in 1899 and is set in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo, the third largest country in Africa. TheRead More


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