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How is class conflict portrayed in Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, and North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell, and what are the wider implications of these depictions? There is a parallelism within Oliver Twist (1838), one presenting Rose and Nancy as doubles in which one represents the upper class and the other the working class.[…]

I might as well try to clip my own nose into shape with scissors. The book bleeds. D.H. Lawrence. Early attempts to publish and disseminate Lady Chatterley’s Lover (1928) were shrouded in secrecy. The first edition was published privately in Florence at just a thousand copies; British censors would ban an unexpurgated version for the[…]

The age of printing is indeed the age of the subject… The subject sets itself up as a Book, and only this self-erection has ever secured the substance of a subject – whose frank dissimulation allows desire to be read like an open book: thus, reader, I am myself the matter of my book; you[…]

The poetry of Alfred Tennyson charted the increasing anxieties of the early Victorian period as pertain to crises of religious faith over contemporary scientific theories about the true origins of humankind, and our relationship with nature. Tennyson, in particular, was greatly influenced by the views of Charles Lyell. ‘Lyell’s vision of [the] organic world […][…]

1.1 ABSTRACT In this essay, I will focus on the relationship between empathy and reader’s choice of ending. In order to do this I have chosen two narrative texts – Mordecai Richler’s Barney’s Version (1997) and Dennis Lehane’s Shutter Island (2003), both of which have open endings. “The most commonly nominated feature of narrative fiction[…]

I would like to start by telling you a story. “It was a dark and stormy night, we sat by the calcined wall. And it was said to the Tale-Teller, ‘tell us a tale’. And the tale ran thus:… ‘It was a dark and stormy night, we sat by the calcined wall. And it was[…]

Conrad’s The Secret Agent (1907), dedicated to H. G. Wells, was written looking back at the Victorian period from the modernist period: a time of advanced technology and machinery but also a time of anxiety about their effect on society. The dedication to Wells implies that the novel will echo the angst surrounding technological and[…]

The purpose of this essay is to explain how and why two characters from ‘ Macbeth’ and ‘ A Doll’s House’ succeeded in persuading their spouses to see their points of view. Further, t he dynamics of how two particular scenes could be staged to achieve maximum effect will be considered. The two scenes in[…]

Published in 1632 Robert Burton’s ‘The Anatomy of Melancholy,’ places the term ‘melancholy’ as an umbrella for any number of mind ‘disorders’ including lovesickness and religious melancholy. To the seventeenth century mind, therefore, melancholy or madness indicated a number of variable conditions that overlapped and caused a change in the normal personality of the sufferer.[…]

This etching by Goya, completed around 1800, was inscribed by the artist “Here comes the Bogeyman.” (‘Que viene el Coco’) It is a disturbing image in many respects as the mother cowers with her two children as the cowled figure approaches them; he surely means no good. (*) This hooded figure in the nineteenth century[…]

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