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Criticisms of both novelists of the social structure. Daniel Defoe's "MOLL FLANDERS," and the anonymously written novel "LAZARILLO DE TORMES." Similarities including main character moving through a series of relationship and ultimately finding success. Plot structure, irony. Defoe's concern with economic structure of his time. Both novelists' criticism of their societies.
Different writers criticize their societies in their works and show both the nature of that society at the time of their writing and what they would... more
8 pages | 6 sources | 17 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $40.00

Analysis of the Egyptian writer. Pioneer of the novel in the Arabic language. Winner of Nobel Prize for Literature. His body of work, literary devices, and themes related to family, religion, politics, poverty, drugs, prostitution. Examines several novels including "Cairo Trilogy," "The Thief and the Dogs," "Respected Sir." Mahfouz's place in the world of contemporary literature.
Analysis of the Work of Naguib Mahfouz
Naguib Mahfouz is probably one of the best-known writers and novelists in the Arabic language. As... more
10 pages | 7 sources | 20 citations | APA citation style

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Discusses literary theories of Zola and the naturalists. Zola's vision of fiction as representing the world with unadorned realism. Their desire to achieve transparency. Influence of 19th century science and work of Darwin, Comte and Taine on the literary approach taken by the Naturalists. Stylistic and social reasons for the naturalist school.
Zola (1864) held that there were three windows of literary mimesis: the Classical (which enlarges), the Romantic (which distorts), and the Realist... more
12 pages | 15 sources | 2 citations | MLA citation style

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Emergence of oppressed African women. How their texts reveal rebellion against the cultural expectations of their society. Examines eight books. Subject matter includes cultural differences that separate Western women from African women. African womanism vs. Western feminism. IColonial oppression. Husband/wife relationships. Role of the African matriarch. Emergence of female identity.
Finding the Oppressed Voice in the African Female Text
Amidst the sound and the fury of their lives that are controlled by colonialists and the... more
30 pages | 16 sources | 98 citations | MLA citation style

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Discusses Choderlos de Laclos' novel of 1782. Its form as an epistolary novel. Main theme of corruption of innonence and virtue, and the power of evil. Elegance of the book's language and finely structured plot. Character of Valmont; his personality traits; his parasitical relationships. His inability to form meaningful relationships.
Choderlos de Laclos’s Les liaisons dangereuses – translated sometimes as Dangerous Acquaintances but more accurately titled in English with the... more
3 pages | 1 sources | 2 citations | APA citation style

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Analysis of three French committed writers. Their common interest in characters whose moral codes are developed during extreme situations. Discusses two novels by Andre Malraux, two plays by Albert Camus, and one play by Jean- Paul Sartre. How the works reflect the authors' particular struggles, involvements and morality.
In committed literature of the first half of the twentieth century the individual is guided by a moral code that is made rather than one that is... more
13 pages | 19 sources | 22 citations | MLA citation style

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Discussion of Boccaccio's collection of short stories. His view, and the view of society of the Middle Ages, towards human nature. The book as an overview of life in the Middle Ages, including the Black Plague and how men and women structured their romantic and practical relationships. Storytellers as narrators.
Boccaccio’s The Decameron
Boccaccio’s The Decameron consists of a collection of 100 novelle or short stories, each of which presents a... more
4 pages | 1 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

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Analysis of Chinua Achebe's 1958 novel. Character of Okonkwo as a tragic hero. Classic tragic hero definition.. Okonkwo as a flawed hero.; his struggles. How African society and impact of white man in Africa is revealed through Okonkwo. Novel's themes of brutal destruction of native culture and inevitability of change.
Published in 1958, Chinua Achebe’s novel Things Fall Apart centers on a traditional Ibo village culture in Nigeria before and after the English came... more
6 pages | 1 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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Analysis of 3 works on the horrors of war. Bao Ninh's novel THE SORROW OF WAR, Michael Cimino's film THE DEER HUNTER, and Nguyen thi Minh Hgoc's short story THE MADAGASCAR PLUM. Vietnam war setting. Muteness of characters as a human response to the war. Common message of each work.
All three of the works--Bao Ninh's novel The Sorrow of War, the Michael Cimino-directed film The Deer Hunter, and Nguyen thi Minh Hgoc's short story... more
6 pages | 3 sources | 3 citations | MLA citation style

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Examines the inheritance of family traditions in Laura Esquvel's book. Centers on one family of women in Mexico and how they deal with their inheritances of joy, grief and pain that have been passed down from generation to generation. How food is used in the book. Describes the characters, and the roles that they play in each other's lives.
Many things get passed down in families, from eye, hair and skin color to the grandfather clock in the front hall and the antique... more
7 pages | 1 sources | 21 citations | MLA citation style

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