The Great Gatsby Literary Analysis

INTRODUCTION The Great Gatsby, published in 1925, is extensively well thought-out to be F. Scott Fitzergerald’s greatest novel. It is also painstaking a determining work on the imperfection of a the American dream. SYNOPSIS OF THE NOVEL Title of the novel In the book, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the title was invented […]

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Literary Analysis of The Great Gatsby

Described by literal critics as the greatest work of Scott F. Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby not only remains one the greatest stories of all the time but also opens insight into the intrigues of the real life situation during the “Roaring Twenties.” This book has been linked by many as the best symbol to the […]

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Literary analysis of Passage in Act 1 scene 5

The passage presents the entry of a ghost speaking to Hamlet about things he believes are factual and of great significance. The ghost comes in form of his father’s spirit and confesses that he is confined in a kind of prison known as purgatory where he is recompensing for all the sins he committed when […]

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Clemencia Literary Analysis

The critical essay as narrated by Clemencia portrays themes of economic class and social relationships. Clemencia believes she does not belong to nay class because of her amphibious nature. Always on extremes, she jumps between being a virgin and a whore with the desire to have the feeling of all or nothing for sex. She […]

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Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

New Historicism Criticism attempts to relive a textual work through the time of the author who created it, taking into account norms, ideals, prejudices, and any other subjective experiences that the author of the time would hold. Basically, a literary theory that suggests that literature must be studied and interpreted within the context of both […]

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Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night

Dylan Thomas’ poem, “Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night”, is written as a dramatic monologue. It is a brief poem with nineteen lines, divided into six stanzas. He communicates with his audience through alliteration and the consistent repetition of the last line of each stanza. Through a combination of literary elements, Thomas is […]

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Gift of the Magi Literary Analysis

‘Gift of the Magi’ is an old tale that has been altered throughout the years. O. Henry (William Sydney Porter) composed this touching story within three hours of his deadline. Under the circumstances of the short amount of time he had to create the story, it is a charming showcase of his talents. The element […]

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John Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath

Burkhead, Cynthia. Student Companion to John Steinbeck. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002 Cynthia Burkhead’s book is a comprehensive discussion of John Steinbeck and some of his more well-known writings. The book begins with a brief description of Steinbeck’s career as a writer and his contributions to the literary world. The following chapters provide in-depth reviews […]

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I’ve always wondered what a man is without morality. What is he without the obstacle that morality presents on the way to the bottomless gaping abyss of slumber and vice? A human being is nothing without virtue, chastity, integrity and other important characteristics that make him worth of living in this world. And the temple […]

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Literary Analysis on Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet

Hamlet is a Shakesperean tragedy. Historians believe that this was written around the 15th up to the 16th century. Denmark is the place of setting. It tells the life story of prince Hamlet who seeks revenge agains Claudius. Claudius is Hamlet’s uncle who killed his father who was then the king and who reigned afterwards. […]

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