Yann Martels Life Of Pi 2001 Literature Essay

Yann Martel’s Booker-Prize winning novel Life of Pi (2001) narrates the nine months’ odyssey of Piscine Patel on the Pacific Ocean. Far from being only a fascinating adventurous tale, this novel addresses important issues such as faith, identity, universalism, religion, and areas of cultural contact. Although the plot may seem to revolve mainly around Pi […]

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One Day By David Nicholls Literature Essay

Born in 1966 in Eastleigh, Hampshire. David attended Toynbee Comprehensive school, and attended Barton Peveril Sixth Form College, before going to the University of Bristol in 1985 to study English Literature and Drama. Having graduated, and keen to pursue a career as an actor, he won a scholarship to study at the American Musical and […]

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Thousand One Nights

Do you see The Thousand and One Nights as essentially an entertainment? Antoine Galland was the man responsible for the introduction of ‘the thousand and one nights’ to the western world. This bizarre combination of magic, love, hate, evil and the uncanny did not begin its literary career based on its highly valued scholarly merit […]

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Theoretical Framework

Chapter 3 Research Methodology 3.0 Overview As chapter 1 had discussed about the introduction to the research and chapter 2 had provided an insight into the literature review, chapter 3 would be focusing on the research methodology that would be carried out during the course of the research. In essence, it is the foundation of […]

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To Kill A Mockingbird Controversies Literature Essay

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is one of the great classics of the last century, a beloved book that is studied in high schools across the United States-and yet this book beloved by many is also hated by some. Each year, the American Library Association holds its Banned Books Week to make people […]

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THE TONGUE’S BLOOD DOES NOT RUN DRY

Assia Djebar is an Algerian writer, translator and moviemaker. She is one of North Africa’s best-known and most widely celebrated writers and has in print poems, plays, and short stories, and has produced a couple of movies. In her manuscripts, Djebar has covered the harangue for social liberation and the Muslim woman’s world in its […]

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Pearl in the Novel Scarlet Letter

The novel scarlet letter was written by Nathaniel Hawthorne. He wanted to expose the immorality that was committed by two parents of a daughter called Pearl. Nathaniel’s novel explores very clearly the themes of the themes of guilt, sin, and legalism. The plot of the novel takes place in the 17th century in Boston Massachusetts. […]

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William Shakespeare Sonnet

Comparisons between Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith’s 10 Things I Hate About You and William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew and references to William Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 141” Numerous different people have adapted or remade William Shakespeare’s work The Taming of the Shrew since he wrote it. One of those adaptations is Karen McCullah […]

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The Scarlet Letter Notes

The Scarlet Letter Notes 1. Background Information: The Scarlet Letter was written by Nathaniel Hawthorne and was published back in 1850 during the Romantic Period. This novel can be classified as both romance and historical fiction. 2. Settings: The main setting of the novel takes place in Boston back in the seventeenth century in a […]

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