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Critically exam how Dicken’s shows that classless formation of the new French Republic in A Tale of Two Cities become another form of class violence

Critically exam how Dicken’s shows that classless formation of the new French Republic in A Tale of Two Cities become another form of class violence […]

“The concept of Hardy’s fatalism expressed in Return of the Native is that human character and action are the result of the laws of heredity and environment over which man has no control.”

“The concept of Hardy’s fatalism expressed in Return of the Native is that human character and action are the result of the laws of heredity […]

Explore how George Eliot’s characterization in Adam Bede is a probing into the human psyche, its motivations, suffering and description of the underlying connections between the conscious and subconscious

Explore how George Eliot’s characterization in Adam Bede is a probing into the human psyche, its motivations, suffering and description of the underlying connections between […]

Dicken’s A Tale of Two Cities is epic in historical scale, but also intimate showing how the personal and political intermingle

Dicken’s A Tale of Two Cities is epic in historical scale, but also intimate showing how the personal and political intermingle. A Tale of two Cities Historical Novel […]

How is Belinda character representative of eighteenth century elite society? What moral lesson do you draw from the Rape of the Lock?

Belinda is representative of eighteenth century elite society and by her character Pope unveils the hollowness, shallowness, triviality and hypocrisy in Rape of the Lock […]