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  • Novel Into Films: The Limits Of The Novel Into Films

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    space that is the actual image of the space where the narrative takes place and the diegetic space which is the mental space within the narrative space made up of the viewer's imagination. A keen observation of fiction and films simultaneously leads one to realise that there is a vast difference in the subtle elements that cause the forms of the two to differ. To expand this point let us take a look at the techniques of the narrative in both. While in the works of fiction, the narrator is almost

  • The novel Blindness

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    The novel Blindness The sinners dealt with in our past novels and the present novel Blindness empathetically been assigned the trait of ignorance. Thus, providing the root of sin and degration of lives, as relating to the treatment of people in the short story Somni in the novel Cloud Atlas. Focusing on Blindness, the ungreedy are horribly dealt

  • Dystopian Novels

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    including that of dystopian novels. Dystopian novels, like any other well-written novel, contain a strongly developed protagonist and a mysterious, controlling antagonist. Often, the author labels the government or leader of the corrupt society as the antagonist. The authors have a propensity to use the ignored social injustices in modern society and embellish them in a future society where they eventually lead to mankind’s demise. Frequently, the protagonist of the dystopian novel is the point of view

  • Novel Study

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    Biographical Information: Virginia Woolf, an English novelist and essayist, was born in 1882. Affected by mental instability for most of her life, Woolf would fall into deep periods of depression after the completion of each work. As a result, many of her novels include themes about death and oppression. Her struggle with her mental illnesses became too much for her, and she eventually committed suicide in 1941, when she was 59 years old. Author’s Style: In Mrs. Dalloway, all of the action, aside from the

  • Raja Rao's Novel In The Novel Of Raja Rao

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    Most of his life was dedicated to writing. Not many critics had the chance to find out that in actual fact, Rao’s work still remains mostly unexplored. When examining the Raja Rao Archives, I was not surprised to find out that at least seven or eight novels written throughout his life still remain unpublished. A similar scenario applies to hundreds of critical essays, talks, lectures, letters to several writers and politicians (such as Andre Malraux and Indira Gandhi), in English as well as in French

  • Novel Writing: Novel Designing: Snowflake Method

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    Novel Designing: Snowflake Method Writing is not so easy as it might seem, and writing a bestseller novel is even harder. Yet, there are a lot of methods which may work, and it is great to find the best fit. In this article, we will share with you one of the most popular methods used by successful fiction writers. This method is called Snowflake and this is a good way to organize your writing. What is fiction design and how to do it? Good fiction story requires design before writing, and without

  • John Steinbeck's Novels

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    John Steinbeck's Novels John Steinbeck is regarded as one of America's great novelist. His novels illustrate the lifestyle and times of America in the 1950s, during the post-Depression

  • Reflection Of Novels In Jane Austen's Novel Northanger Abbey

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    Jane Austen’s novel, “Northanger Abbey” was written in 1797-98 and wasn’t published at London after her death in 1818. The novel is about a teenage girl, never been far away from home, Catherine goes on an adventure to Bath, unexpectedly ending up falling for Henry Tilney. Invited by the Tilney to visit their home at Northanger Abbey, Catherine became uneasy with an mystery instinct, like the mystery novels she read, of General Tilney, Henry’s father, possibility hiding dark secrets of neglecting

  • Analysis Of The Novel 'Unwind'

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    The science fiction novel Unwind by Neal Shusterman has a central idea, being ‘life’. This novel opens up our ideas to when a human’s life actually begins which is a sensitive topic for most people. This is a concept that everyone has their own opinions on usually based on the way you were raised; however this book opens up these ideas and decisions for you to make. It relates to abortion and the controversy over it. One example of how Shusterman gets us to think about life is when Connor (one of

  • History of the Novel

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    The arrival of the novel was not a sudden process. Stories have existed among mankind since the cave man began drawing on the walls. From the Bible to Homer's epic poems to Shakespeare's plays the evolution of the novel has been a gradual but steady process. Now it must be made clear that books existed before the eighteenth century, fiction was written–however, the idea of a ‘novel’ did not come into existence until the 1700s. Although there is no way to credit the ‘first’ novel, however there are