Charlotte Bronte’s novel ‘Jane Eyre’ -A Critical Study

Charlotte Bronte’s novel ‘Jane Eyre’ -A Critical Study Charlotte Bronte was a great woman novelist of early nineteenth-century England. She wrote only four novels in her brief life span of thirty-nine only. The titles of those four novels are—’The Professors’, ‘Jane Eyre’, ‘Shirley’ and ‘Villette’. Among these four novels, Jane Eyre is a great one […]

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Voltaire’s  Novel ‘Candid- A Brief  Comment

Voltaire’s  Novel ‘Candid- A Brief  Comment ‘Candid’ is a fantastic picaresque type of novel written by Voltaire (1694- 1778), a reputed French novelist and philosopher. Love, social corruptions, human insecurity, inhumanity, treachery, debauchery, pretext, etc. are the main theme of the novel. It is highly humorous and ironic in treatment. Through this novel, the novelist […]

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‘The Adventure of Pinocchio’– A Critical Study

‘The Adventure of Pinocchio’– A Critical Study ‘The Adventures of Pinocchio’ is a novel for children written by Carlo Collodi, an Italian writer of the late nineteenth century. It is from alpha to gamma a romantic and imaginative novel written keeping facts suited to reality. Through this novel, the novelist exhibits the nature of children […]

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George Orwell’s Novel ‘The Animal Farm’ –A Brief Comment

George Orwell’s Novel ‘The Animal Farm’ –A Brief Comment George Orwell’s Animal Farm is an allegorical novel of Political revolution. The background of the story of the novel is the Russian Revolution of 1917 in which the Proletariats rebelled against the age-long despotic rule by the Tsars. But the novelist has not narrated the story […]

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Charlotte Bronte’s novel ‘Jane Eyre’ — A Brief Comment

Charlotte Bronte’s novel ‘Jane Eyre’ — A Brief Comment ‘Jane Eyre’ is a social novel by Miss Charlotte Bronte (1815-1855), an English female novelist of the nineteenth century. In this novel, the novelist has portrayed the status and conditions of women in the society of her time. The novel is autobiographical in style as it […]

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 Religious and Moral Lesson in the Novel Vicar of Wakefield’

   Religious and Moral Lesson in the Novel Vicar of Wakefield’ ‘The Vicar of Wakefield’ by Oliver Goldsmith is a celebrated novel in the English language ever written. It is a unique novel in all rounds. It has also the religious and moral value within itself. Goldsmith himself was reformative minded whose heart was replete […]

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Autobiographical Elements in ‘The Vicar of Wakefield’

Autobiographical Elements in ‘The Vicar of Wakefield’ Every literary piece reflects the personal elements of the writer either directly or indirectly. But there is some writing which is written after the writer’s private life referring to the events happened to him that reads like an autobiography though the piece of writing is not an autobiography […]

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