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Papers On British Literature
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Thomas Hardy's 'The Native'
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Brief, 2 page discussion of Thomas Hardy's 'The Native.' The writer describes Hardy's insightful view of life and depiction of man as living in an 'indifferent universe.' No Bibliography.
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Thomas Hardy's 'The Return Of The Native' / Chapter Analysis
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This 5 page paper provides a chapter analysis from the first book of Thomas Hardy's classic novel, The Return of the Native. It illustrates Hardy's character and theme development as well as his use of natural imagery.
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Thomas Hardy’s “Return Of The Native” / Critical Analysis
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5 pages in length. Thomas Hardy’s 'Return of the Native' is a book about sadness, desperation and the extent to which a person’s emotions can manipulate his actions. Based in a community called Egdon Heath, the story delves into the subconscious of the townspeople as they are given to exist day to day in their silent torment. Crafty words and creative imagery helps Hardy portray Egdon Heath as the dark and dreary place it truly is. The writer discusses the main points of Hardy’s fictional account of an unhappy community. No additional sources cited.
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Thomas Hardy: Marriage and the Plight of Women in Three Novels
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A 6 page paper looking at three of Thomas Hardy’s novels -- Tess of the d’Urbervilles, The Mayor of Casterbridge, and Far From the Madding Crowd -- in terms of their views on women during the late Victorian era. The paper shows Hardy’s condemnation of the restrictive social roles women were required to fill in regards to marriage and courtship. Free Outline Included. Bibliography lists three sources.
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Billy Pilgrim / Meet Scarlet O'Hara
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If Billy Pilgrim could come unstuck in time enough to travel outside of his lifespan and somehow travel to Atlanta to meet Scarlet O'Hara - what could they talk about? This is a 4 page paper that compares Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five and Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind in terms of the authors' representation of ideas on love and war. No additional sources cited.
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