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All Quiet on the Western Front is considered as best Anti war novel

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This essay stresses that the novel is simply a narration of the conditions of the soldiers, without praising or criticizing the bravery or failures respectively. It is this concept of purely balanced and nonbiased intent of the book.   …
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Comparing two books of Kurt Vonnegut

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Kurt Vonnegut, one of the most prolific authors of his time, has produced two of the most relevant and popular works in the field of literature. Two of his works are the Slaughterhouse-five and Mother Night. Both of the works discusses interesting themes while presenting different but equally effective characters.
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Slaughterhouse-Five and Public Incitement
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Slaughterhouse-Five and Public Incitement Slaughterhouse-Five is a satirical anti-war novel, by Kurt Vonnegut. The novel generally highlights Kurt’s experiences in the World War II where he and Billy Pilgrim were soldiers…
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All Quiet on the Western Front

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He prefaces the story by saying, ““I will try simply to tell of a generation of men who, even though they may have escaped shells, were destroyed by the…
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Films and the First World War

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This movie review "Films and the First World War" focuses on the First World War and four of the most famous films about the 'war to end all wars': "All Quiet on the Western Front", "Joyeux Noel" "Grand Illusion" and "Paths of Glory"…
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The Good Soldier Svejk Analysis
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The novel, ‘the Good Soldier Svejk’ was created by Jaroslav Hasek who was able to define the Czechs during the 20th century than any other author. He gave a recount of how people used to behave during the First World War, ridiculing the bureaucracies and the religious…
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Written Analysis
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The war spread rapidly to Germany, Russia, Great Britain and France because they were mainly involved in the treaties which became an obligation for them to defend some nation. It reached a…
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A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway
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This book review "A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway" analyzes a love story that details the relationship between Frederic Henry and Catherine Barkley. At every turn of the story, Hemingway creates a picture of the emotional turmoil of the characters. …
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Charleys War by Pat Mills

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The author of this book report "Charley's War by Pat Mills" comments on the story that has often been regarded as one among the great graphic novels published during 1979. According to the text, this is a story that revolves around the real hero, Stanley. …
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War literature has common themes such as loss, patriotism and futility, how far is this true in relation to the literature of ww

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Contents Abstract 2 1 Introduction 3 1.1 Background history 4 1.2 Aims and objectives 7 2 Literature review 8 2.1 Popular war themes in the pre WWI literature: 8 2.2 War literature of the WWI 11 2.3 Literature of WWII 15 2.4 Literature of the Vietnam War 20 3 Methodology 25 4 Analysis 29 5 Conclusion 31 Bibliography 31 Abstract From the start of the human civilisation and the beginnings of a community living, war formed an integral part of human existence…
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Anti war Movement

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1. How do you explain the success of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in Great Britain in 1968?  The social protest movements aiming to facilitate nuclear disarmament in Great Britain relied heavily on transnational awareness and support on the issue (Klimke, Scharloth, 2012)…
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Work by Louisa Alcott
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Work: A Story of Experience by Louisa M. Alcott
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Work: A Story of Experience is a semi-autobiographical novel written by Louisa May Alcott. The main character of this story is Christie Devon who is a head-strong, young orphan living with her aunt and uncle (Alcott). …
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Barry Humphries and Patrick White

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Theatre in Australia features stories of many entrepreneurs, actors, directors, playwrights and others. Innumerable performances have captivated and enchanted the Australian audiences for many years. There have been various performers from Australia and other countries, from small-scale community based plays to large scale productions featuring amateur and professional theatre groups…
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Love indicates peace in anti-war films
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Love is a core aspect that unites individuals of diverse backgrounds, social classes and even ethnicities and nationalities into a core interest group, breaking all the barriers that the social factors such as war would have created around such people. The film "the grand…
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Barry Humphries and Patrick White
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In the paper “Barry Humphries and Patrick White” the author discusses two notable individuals who contributed to Australian theatre – Patrick Victor Martindale White and Barry Humphries. John Barry Humphries is a satirist, a character actor and a comedian. His best-known roles are Dame Edna Everage…
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Slaughterhouse Five and 1984
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The 20th century witnessed tremendous political, cultural, and philosophical upheaval. Even as the century experienced tremendous complexity and social change, perhaps the most distinguishing factor was existence before and after World War II…
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The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara

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The United States in January 1973, under the Nixon Administration, signed the Paris Peace Accords, officially ending America's involvement in the Vietnam conflict. A messy war, ideologically, politically and militarily, its presentation in the media and the reaction from the public radically altered the way in which citizens perceive war…
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Enders Game
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The essay "Ender’s Game" describes the novel presents a plot completely futuristic in nature and set against the backdrop of Earth in future. Nevertheless, Orson Scott Card captivates within its limited premise, extensive range of ideas and perception regarding the future of the human civilization…
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A Brief Background on Watchmen
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This paper, A Brief Background on Watchmen, highlights that in 1986, writer Alan Moore and illustrators Dave Gibbons and John Higgins collaborated to create the first part of a monthly series of comic books entitled Watchmen that would later become a complete graphic novel. …
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History 2
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Name Professor Name Class 28 May 2011 Crabwalk Analysis Gunter Grass is one of Germany's most successful and widely-known authors, the winner of a Nobel Prize amongst other awards. Born in 1927, Grass was part of the German army during the Second World War, and it is clear that the guilt from being a cog in the Nazi machine has stayed with him…
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The Development Of Dystopian Novel Using We By Zamyatin And Nineteen Eighty-Four By Orwell

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This paper "The Development Of Dystopian Novel Using We By Zamyatin And Nineteen Eighty-Four By Orwell" focuses on the fact that dystopia, as a sub-genre of science fiction, is gaining popularity day by day. It was first seen during the first half of the twentieth century. …
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The Time and its Significance in Catch 22
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This paper will examine the concept of time in the novel "Catch 22" by Joseph Heller, firstly from the point of view of the novel’s structure, and then secondly in terms of the idea of time as it is presented in the narrative. After that, some conclusions will be drawn…
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Tradition and Novelty in Ernest Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms
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Tradition and Novelty in Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms Professor number Outline This paper shall look at the new devices that were employed by Ernest Hemingway in the novel A Farewell to Arms. The stylistic and thematic innovations that are a part of this novel shall be discussed…
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American Gods By Neil Gaiman
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American Gods is an Award – winning novels written by Neil Gaiman. The novel is centered on the mysterious protagonist Shadow. The novel is a fantasy drawn from the American way of life and beliefs and also drawn from various beliefs of both modern and ancient mythology…
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U.S. HISTORY

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His first term as President brought in major legislation including the Central Banking System, the Federal Trade Commission, the Clayton anti-trust act, and the Federal Farm Loan Act. He was elected…
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William Faulkner Barn Burning
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William Faulkner’s Barn Burning
Barn Burning is a widely acclaimed short story, written by William Faulkner in 1939. This is the first one in the Snopes Trilogy series. Barn Burning is one of the most famous novels from William Faulkner…
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Paris au Pluriel

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Voyage au but de la nuit (Journey to the End of the Night), written by Louis Ferdinand Celine (pseudonym of Louis Ferdinand Destouches), first published in 1932, was an outrageous and revolutionary fiction that redefined the art of the novel with its bleak comedy in the nihilistic and mocking style. …
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The Life of Jean-Paul Sartre

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Jean-Paul Charles Aymard Sartre, regarded as the "father of Existentialist philosophy," (Stanford Encyclopedia), was born in Paris on June 21, 1905 in a bourgeois family to father Jean-Babtiste (who died fifteen months later) and mother Anne-Marie (Schweitzer)1 Sartre…
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African Diasporic Consciousness in the 21st Century
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The conception of tradition has always been fundamental to Toni Morrison’s fiction.Tar Baby provides maybe the most stimulating and complicated arbitration on the meaning of the tradition…
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History and Political Science: Vietnam History
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History and Political Science VIETNAM HISTORY Introduction In the epic novel A Time Far Past, 1986 written by Le Luu, the story presents a wide narrative of war and peace in northern Viet Nam from the early 1950s when Vietnam defeated France in its fight against colonialism, extending to the mid-1980s…
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Both 'Pale Fire' by Nabokov and 'Watchmen' by Alan Moore contain formal elements that disrupt the standard experience of reading
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Name: Lecturer: Course: Date: 'Pale Fire' by Nabokov and 'Watchmen' by Alan Moore Introduction 'Pale Fire' is a novel that was written by Vladimir Nabokov in 1962. The novel was presented in 999 lines on a poem known as ‘pale Fire’ and it is an antecedent to post-modernism (Nabokov 42)…
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Society in The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
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The book review "Society in The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain" points out that Mark Twain’s novels were not just storytelling but those actually contained a lot of elements that reflected the real situation of the society. The book is written from the same standpoint of principle…
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Stowe about the Horrors of Slavery and the American Civil War

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This essay discusses the horrors of slavery and the American Civil War described by Harriet Beecher Stowe. The slavery of the South was intolerable to Stowe. She has reflected this in her book “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” craving to ignite a passion for resistance in powerless Blacks…
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Monkey Bridge(1998) and Vietnamerica: a family's journey (2011)
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“Monkey Bridge” by Lan Cao and “Vietnamerica” by GB Tran entails generational and cultural gap, traumatic memories of the past and heritage, blood relationships and past bonding, anxiety and vulnerability in foreign land, and fundamentally bicultural identity issues…
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Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut
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In the essay “Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut” the author analyzes the novel about the life of Billy Pilgrim and his ordeal before and after the World War II. The novel lays special emphasis on the bombing of Dresden just before the war came to an end…
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The Flowers of War

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On 20th, December 2011, in the New York Times movie review section, Mike Hale wrote, “A Shady American in the Nanjing Massacre” just after the release of the movie. Hale outlined that, “finally, it appears, every pointless waste of life gets its delicate tear-jerker”…
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Exile/Journey/Sense of Place/global voices

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Heinlein made was not a single novel, but a single word. This word, grok, which he created in his 1961 novel Stranger in a Strange World, has entered the English language like very few words coined…
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Oroonoko Close Reading (Anti- Slavery Text)

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Oroonoko is a prose narrative exploring slavery. This is interwoven with the royal love of two beautiful young people. Aphra being the first professional woman writer in the…
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Dan Browns Treatment of Science and Religion
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In the paper “Dan Brown’s Treatment of Science and Religion” the author analyzes the novel Angels and Demons, where Dan Brown narrates a plot that science is used to betray religion. The author tries to emphasize that religion relies on belief and science relies on materialistic proof…
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Analysis of Darkness at Noon by Arthur Koestler
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The author analyses Darkness at Noon by Arthur Koestler, a winner of the prestigious Sonning Prize. As a former member of Germany’s Communist Party Arthur was able to put into writing his own personal experiences and build up a compelling political tale…
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Darkness at noon by Arthur Koestler
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1 Darkness at Noon Winner of the prestigious Sonning Prize, Arthur Koestler is much known by his highly influential novel, Darkness at Noon. As a former member of Germany’s Communist Party Arthur was able to put into writing his own personal experiences and build up a compelling political tale…
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Dan Brown's Angels and Demons

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In the novel Angels and Demons, Dan Brown narrates a plot that science is used to betray religion. The author tries to emphasize that the religion relies on belief and science relies on materialistic proof. The aspect of science in this novel is anti-matter…
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The Spanish Civil War in Literature

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This paper "The Spanish Civil War in Literature" presents a comparative analysis of the accounts of the civil war experiences by the three authors Orwell, Hemingway, and Lee, focusing on their use of different literary devices to portray the Spanish Civil War…
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History and Violence in Modernist Literature
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Literature, through the different periods, has reflected human history and the contemporary world situation, and the modern literature is one of the most effective ways to understand the modern human and world environment. World history in the twentieth century is especially noted for the various wars, bloodsheds, violence etc and the modernist literature, including fictions and poems, has attempted to represent this human situation…
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Colonialism in American Literature of Vietnam War

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The Vietnam War lasting from 1959-1975 (also known as the Second Indochina war) is dubbed as the "longest military conflict in U.S. history" (Vietnam War 1) with casualties numbering 58,000 on the American side and a mind-blowing 3-4 M from the Vietnamese (both North and South) camp ( 1)…
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Huckleberry Finn : An American Literary Realism Classic
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Huckleberry Finn: An American Literary Realism Classic The American Literary Realism spans the period1865-1910 during the Reconstruction Era subsequent to the Civil War and the Emancipation Proclamation. Realism rises up as a reaction to Romanticism which emphasizes on the glories of nature, the unreal, the otherworldly and sentimentality…
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LITERATURE
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Literature Analysis The diversity of approach, inclusion of symbolic elements from different social, academic, political and philosophical disciplines, evolution of new ideologies and their consequent incorporation in literature make it highly difficult to set right criteria in the context of judging the novel writing tradition of the 20th Century…
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The Doorbell Rang: A Critique of Hoovers FBI
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In the research paper “The Doorbell Rang: A Critique of Hoover’s FBI” the author discusses the plot of The Doorbell Rang, which deals with the said government abuse courtesy of the FBI and Hoover. The FBI placed Stout under watch and built a dossier…
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A typed report concerning Herman Melville's overall style, typical subjects, influences, etc incorporating specific references to works

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It is about the sea voyage of a whaling ship named Pequod, whose Captain Ahab searches for a huge whale called Moby-Dick. The style uses symbolic language. The themes are on society, nature,…
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A Deconstructed view of Heart of Darkness
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Joseph Conrad’s Work, Heart of Darkness is a classic work of modernism that has lent itself to many readings and interpretations. It came out in 1899 and has been an important part of the canon of English literature since then…
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