It is believed that A Portrait of the Artist is an analysis of the autobiography of James Joyce in the guise of character of Stephen Dedalus.
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Irony in Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen uses irony very efficiently not only in her novel Pride and Prejudice but also in other novels.
Jane Austen Limited Range
In almost every novel, Jane Austen writes about her personal experiences thus she has a very limited range.
Pride and Prejudice Quotes | With Page Numbers
Book Pride and Prejudice has numbers of quotes and lines on every page, uttered mostly from the mouths of Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet.
Present Indefinite Tense Exercise with Answer
Mostly, sentences in English language are based on present indefinite tense, so we must exercise and answer questions related to this tense.
Pride and Prejudice Themes | Jane Austen
Jane Austen portrays theme of human nature as well as themes of manners of people of her era and adds quotes on life in Pride and Prejudice.
Plato and Aristotle on Poetry
Plato attacked on poetry in his book Republic X whereas Aristotle defended it and refuted all the charges in his book Poetics.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Themes
Themes of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man are: self-realisation, religion Vs. politics, rebelliousness, art, reality, family, power.
Things Fall Apart Characters | An Analysis
Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe is famous due to its unique major and minor characters as obvious from the character of Okonkwo.
Things Fall Apart Themes | Chinua Achebe
Major themes in Chinua Achebe’s novel Things Fall Apart are: traditions, choices, alienation, disloyalty, change, colonialism and conflicts.