Simplified Book Review– Animal Farm

Animal Farm

Animal Farm is one of the most famous satirical/dystopian works on equality and politics, symbolized by barnyard animals who are living free from the tyranny of their masters. Written by George Orwell in 1945, Animal Farm contains the story of animals on Mr Jones’ Manor Farm, who are inspired by an old boar, Major, to rebel. They start a revolution by embracing animalism so as to attain their ideal state of justice and progress. However, the pig named Napoleon who is portrayed to be power hungry becomes a totalitarian dictator and leads the entire Farm into oppression. Continue reading “Simplified Book Review– Animal Farm”

This is what you need to know about Literature Review

Literature Review

The literature review is a written overview of all the major research and writing on a specific topic and is usually the second chapter of a thesis or a dissertation. It is often the most daunting part of writing a thesis or a dissertation. With over or around 40 percent of the total word count, a literature review is often the basis on which the study is conducted. It also serves to provide crucial insight into previous research conducted on the topic, which then serves as a baseline for your analysis. Continue reading “This is what you need to know about Literature Review”

Adultery in Literature of the Late Nineteenth Century

The Late Nineteenth Century

Upon a rapidly changing scene of the late nineteenth century—one characterized by the Industrial Revolution and the disintegration of Christian thought—a rash of novels appeared about whose theme was based on repetition of adultery, in novels like Thackeray’s Vanity Fair, Tolstoy’s Ann Karenina, and Hawthorne‘s The Scarlet Letter. These are only some of the many such novels. Indeed, adulterous heroines appeared to people world literature in the 1800’s. A proper understanding of this theme that reflected society’s ideas on adultery during this period of necessity involves an understanding of society’s ideas on marriage. Continue reading “Adultery in Literature of the Late Nineteenth Century”

Literature Review: Annie Dillard’s Various Ways to Picture Seeing

Annie Dillard’s Various Ways to Picture Seeing


The title of the book which has been used for this work is Pilgrim at Tinker Creek by Annie Dillard. From the complete book, chapter one has been used for this write-up. The name of the chapter is “Seeing”, where Dillard is trying to make a sense of what she sees. Seeing can have various interpretations and connotations for observers. Dillard finds various ways to see a picture using her observation. That observation, for each individual, is dependent upon the senses and the sensation of color which reaches the person. Hence, it is being argued that there are multiple ways of seeing a picture, depending on each person’s chosen lens.
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Death of the Salesman and The American Dream

Arthur Miller’s The Death of the Salesman is a great tragic play which is mistaken as a critique of the American Dream by many critics. However, the play does not harshly criticize the concept of American Dream; it rather clarifies what does the concept actually mean. Continue reading “Death of the Salesman and The American Dream”

Book Review: The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden opens by acquainting us with Mary Lennox, a debilitated, foul-tempered, unattractive young lady who adores nobody and whom nobody cherishes. At the start of the story, she is living in India with her folks—a dashing armed force commander and his silly, delightful spouse—however, is infrequently allowed to see them. They have set her under the consistent care of various local workers, as they discover her excessively revolting and tedious, making it impossible to care for. Mary’s conditions are thrown into finish change when an episode of cholera wrecks the Lennox family unit, leaving nobody alive apart from herself. Continue reading “Book Review: The Secret Garden”

Book Review: The Merchant of Venice

This is the fifth play I’ve perused in my arrival to Shakespeare after such a large number of years, and it my most loved in this way. I thought that it was’ few interlaced plots to captivate and well done. Shakespeare’s rational understanding of the human character is great, and the energy included got me immediately. I didn’t discover the same number of “quotable” lines in this play as some others; however, I had my top choices, a couple I refer to beneath. Continue reading “Book Review: The Merchant of Venice”

Book Review Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar has come back from fruitful battles in Gaul(France)and Hispania(Spain)and has likewise removed his most effective ruler Gnaeus Pompey. He has additionally secured Egypt in this manner guaranteeing a steady grain supply for Rome and is currently the most capable man in the city. Desirous of his prosperity, a gathering of great schemes drove by Cassius, Casca, and Metellius Cimber plans to kill Caesar before he secures his energy completely. To do this they win over Marcus Brutus, Caesar’s dear companion and partner by persuading him that it is to the greatest advantage of the Roman Republic that it remains a Republic; with the power in the hands of the Nationals and along these lines the representatives; instead of an Empire with all the power in Caesars hands. Continue reading “Book Review Julius Caesar”

All’s Well That Ends Well- William Shakespeare

All’s Well That Ends Well is a comedy play written by the most influential English playwright, William Shakespeare. This play has not accumulated much success as other comedies of Shakespeare did, such as As You Like It.   Continue reading “All’s Well That Ends Well- William Shakespeare”