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  1. Chetan Bhagat
    ------------------------------------------------- Chetan Bhagat Chetan Bhagat (Hindi: चेतन भगत) (born 22 April 1974), is an author of Indian origin, popular columnist and...
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  2. The Theme Of a Novel
    We are captives of memory Memory influences our life and the past often steals the present from us; the past influences the emotions and actions of everyone in the novel...
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  3. Life Vs Novel: How Hemingway's Life Affected His Writing
    of eighteen ninety-nine. During his sixty-one years of life he wrote many famous novels and novellas. One thing he said in his life that made his readers see where...
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  4. The Breadwinner Novel Critique
    The Breadwinner Critique: “The Breadwinner” is a interesting novel written by Deborah Ellis that I enjoyed reading a lot. It was a very good choice to read this book...
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  5. Fisherman Spends More Than 80 Days Without Catching a Fish
    ! A very unlucky man goes fishing every morning and comes back with an empty skiff. Havana, Cuba – Every...
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  6. The Scarlet Letter Synopsis
    The Scarlet Letter is a novel consisting of twenty-four chapters which are told by a nameless narrator. There is an introductory chapter, which explains how the book was...
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  7. Response To a Novel
    . By Luke De Munari. Watch out for Jamie Joel by Mike Dumbleton. Add Another Chapter Deputy Jamie turned up today; she had a brief meeting with...
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  8. Lost- The Novel
    “Lost” is an intricate tale of an emotionally “lost” writer, Winifred Rudge, who, after the world wide success of her first novel, travels to London to begin working on her...
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  9. Catching Your Kid Playing "Doctor"
    “Catching” Your Kid Playing Doctor In the article “Catching” Your Kid Playing Doctor by Marty Klein, PhD a distressed and confused mother approaches her doctor with what...
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  10. What Contribution Does Setting Make To The Novel “Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde”?
    Pay particular attention that novel takes place in London in the late 1800s. The description of London helps set a mood of suspense and suggests a feeling sense of evil. It...
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  11. Pakistani Media Synopsis
    IFP Democratisation and Transitional Justice Cluster Country case study: Pakistan Media and Governance in Pakistan: A controversial yet essential relationship Marco...
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  12. Carrie-An Analysis Of Novel And Film
    Stephen King’s novel Carrie not only gained notoriety through his words, but also through the film version as well. There have been several versions produced cinematically...
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  13. Catch Me If You Can
    Film Summary The film, “Catch Me If You Can,” begins in New York during the sixties. The story is set in motion when Frank Abagnale Sr. is denied for a loan due to problems...
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  14. The Benefit Of Reading Novel For English Literature Students In Translation Class
    Maria Oktaviarini 081214005 Sanata Dharma University Jogjakarta This paper describes...
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  15. The Novel Of Mice And Men
    They like brothers looking for each other and helping each other. In the novel, Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, foreshadowing is used a great deal throughout...
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  16. 18Th Century Novel Book Report
    A Book Report on The Cambridge Companion to the Eighteenth Century Novel by John Richetti Yang Yizhuo 1101212856 The Cambridge Companion is a collection of essays...
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  17. Racial Discrimination In The Novel The Kite Runner
    Racial Discrimination “His people pollute our homeland, our watan. They dirty our blood.” This line in the novel The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini is an example of the...
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  18. What Ispicaresque Novel
    about the rogue or pícaro was a recognized form, and such English novels as Defoe's The Fortunate Mistress (1724) can be regarded as picaresque in the etymological...
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  19. British Novel
    and it is now considered to mean a work of prose fiction over 50,000 words. Novels focus on character development more than plot. In any genre, it is the study of...
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  20. Gos a Novel Model For Optimized Gsm Network Design
    (IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security Vol. 4, No. 1 & 2, 2009 A Novel Model for Optimized GSM Network Design Alexei Barbosa...
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  21. Novel
    The Castle (novel) History of the novel Kafka began writing The Castle on the evening of 27 January 1922, the day he arrived at the mountain resort of Spindlermühle...
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  22. What Is The Signification Of Dill In The Novel As a Whole?
    What is the significance of dill in the novel as a whole? Dill is nearly seven at the beginning of the book and he’s real name is Charles Baker Harris, Dill is Jem...
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  23. How Does Taylor Use The Structure And Language Of Chapter 5 And 6 Of This Novel To Explore Racism Effectively?
    How does Taylor use the structure and language of chapter 5 and 6 of this novel to explore racism effectively? In the chapters 5 and 6, the audience can see the increasing...
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  24. How Does John Steinbeck Present The Relationship Between George And Lennie Throughout The Novel?
    John Steinbeck portrays George and Lennie, two migrant workers as having the greatest friendship, and while George claims to not need Lennie, he knows that he needs lennie as...
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  25. Choose a Novel In Which The Fate Of a Main Character Is Important In Conveying The Writer's Theme
    Choose a novel in which the fate of a main character is important in conveying the writer’s theme. Robin Jenkin’s meditation on the nature of pity, ‘The Changeling...
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  26. Explore The Ways Frayn Uses Multiple Genre In His Novel 'Spies'.
    in 'darkness' of the true meaning of most of the ideas explored throughout the novel until the very end. 'Spies' is largely based around silences and what is not...
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  27. How Do You Think Golding Makes This Moment In The Novel So Frightening?
    In the book Lord Of The Flies by William Golding the boys that have been abandoned on an island have a fear that there is a beast on the island. Different characters take...
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  28. “In The World Of Wuthering Heights, Death Is Seen As a Welcome Release From The Tortures Of Living.” How Far Do...
    “In the world of Wuthering Heights, death is seen as a welcome release from the tortures of living.” How far do you agree with the view of the novel? In the time...
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  29. Drama And Novel
    Decision Making in Julius Caesar   Making the right decisions is an ongoing struggle for man, because making decisions is never easy, and the wrong decision can lead...
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  30. Envirounment
    a – indefinite article, used  done successfully.  modifies a noun such as  for a singular noun that  acknowledge  – to express  good, tall or strong.  has not been introduced...
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