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    Classic plays are extremely hard to stage, mostly because they have already been performed a number of times to the point where they seem to have nothing new for directors to explore. However, every new staging of any Moliere’s play reveals new depth in the author’s genius and provides the director with enough room for imagination. Though Stephens’ staging of The imaginary invalid had some problems in terms of lighting and a slightly careless work with the sound, with the help of an amazing cast

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    the English Novel The roots of the novel extend as far back as the beginning of communication and language because the novel is a compilation of various elements that have evolved over the centuries.  The birth of the English novel, however, can be centered on the work of three writers of the 18th century: Daniel Defoe (1660-1731), Samuel Richardson (1689-1761) and Henry Fielding (1707-1754).  Various critics have deemed both Defoe and Richardson the father of the English novel, and Fielding

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    Daniel Defoe wrote the first English novel; a novel is a book of length with one unifying element. It was considered a new form of writing that was not yet developed. Most novels are picaresque, meaning the plot centers around a series of adventures for a character. Daniel Defoe wrote the novel, “Moll Flanders.” It was a novel about the adventures of a girl’s life from beginning to end; however, it was not divided into chapters. The word “moll” actually meant “mother,” and the word “flanders” meant

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    new perspective and angle that is later transcribed into a new reality of its own. It is an art that portrays a series of events, emotions, and beliefs that can be examined carefully and thoroughly. It epitomizes societal conflicts through poems, novels, and plays. The protagonists of these literatures are repeatedly exposed to societal repression, self-suppression, and self-discovery. In the literary works Werther, Siddhartha, and Felix Krull: Confidence Man, society is often reflected through nature

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    voltaire candide

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    is a philosophical satirical novel that ingeniously shakes the misinterpretation of doctrinal optimism. This assignment will firstly, analyse the language of the two extracts in turn, focusing on the narrative techniques, and then focus on the literary/linguistic features of the texts. Finally, the essay will reflect on how the passages are informed by context and will discuss the context, of philosophy, and religion, before concluding on the points raised. The novel Candide is third person omniscient

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    censorship of the media, and no book has seen the red tape more than J. D. Salinger’s picaresque novel The Catcher in the Rye. Salinger’s Catcher examines Holden Caulfield, an emotionally conflicted teenager takes New York City after leaving his prestigious school to find his way back home. Upon the opening of the novel, Holden explores controversial slang, curses, and sensitive topics. The language of the novel, which includes but is not limited to, curse words, coarse language, and slang all are

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    marmaid short story. There are; The Definition of Novel, Character in Literary work, Theory of psychoanalitical, and The Trait Concept & Theory of Personality. The Definition of Novel Talking about novel is never end since some century before till nowadays. Ian watt is one of the experts who states “The novel is the form of literature which most fully reflects this individualist and innovating reorientation”. Other words, Eagleton has proposed “novel can investigate a single human consciousness for

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    What of a novel where tr avel is a theme? Are all of these texts to be seen as distant from travel writing? An d if we keep the latter course, adopting what criteria do we exclude these texts fr om the travel writing genre? These two sets of questions shall be used

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    of life. He presents the habits, manners, daily routine, activities of the common man in the world of Malgudi the immortal town created by him. He is a rare example of pure artist and as a novelist of common people and common situation. Key words: Novels, Indianess, common people, realism, fantasy. R.K.Narayan, the most outstanding writer of Indian fiction, a novelist who has no axe to grind, belongs to the 20th century writers of Indian English. Born in

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    Don Quixote

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    The first part of Don Quixote was published in 1605 to wild success. In 2005, Don Quixote was declared, after a diligent and meticulous review by literary scholars (or so I’ve been assured), to be the novel of the second millennium—the quintessential novel, that is. In the intervening 400 years, critical and mass reception to Cervantes’s work has taken a journey nearly as wild as Quixote’s. What began as a humble work of slapstick humor has become, in most eyes, a complex social and psychological

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