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Papers On British Literature
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Poverty in Dickens’ “Hard Times,” Poverty Today
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A 7 page paper looking at Charles Dickens’ shortest but most hard-hitting novel in terms of its indictment on poverty, and comparing those conditions to poverty in the United States today. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KBhard.doc

Social Strife in Dickens’ “A Tale of Two Cities”
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A five page paper looking at the issues confronted by Charles Dickens in this novel about the Revolutionary War. The paper argues that both individual and social solutions must be forged to relieve the distress of the poor before the situation attains the level of pre-Revolutionary France; for in a revolution that bloody, no one really wins. Bibliography lists five sources.
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Agatha Christie's 'And Then There Were None'
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A 7 page paper analyzing characters & themes in Agatha Christie's classic book. No additional sources cited.
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John Cheever's 'The Enormous Radio'
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5 pages in length. 'The Enormous Radio' by John Cheever is indicative of the prolific writer's inherent ability to pursue even the simplest of concepts. Not unlike his myriad other works, which appeal to the innermost recesses of the reader's soul, the author has a long history of reaching out and inviting his audience to experience with him the sometimes intense and often expansive sense of being that is clearly portrayed within his works. Indeed, the Enormous Radio is no exception. The writer discusses criticisms, character analysis and symbolism in relation to Cheever's novel. No additional sources cited.
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Fire as Transformation In British Literature
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A 15 page examination of the role of fire in three different British works -- Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre, William Blake's The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, and Rider Haggard's She. The paper concludes that in all three works, the symbolism of fire denotes a movement from one state of being across a hidden portal to another -- after which no one can ever be the same again. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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