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Autobiographical Elements in the Novel Five Point

Autobiographical Elements in the Novel Five Point

Many novels about intense, private experiences such as war, family conflict or sex, are written as autobiographical novels. Some works openly refer to themselves as 'nonfiction novels.' The definition of such works remains vague. The term was first widely used in

Contested Spaces in Contemporary North American Novels

Contested Spaces in Contemporary North American Novels

Namesake (2003) and Carolyn See’s There Will Never Be Another You (2006). Linking a variety of critical concepts from spatial studies, sociology and literary studies, the spatially oriented analyses of the novels examine how these works narrativize the ways spa

Holocaust Pornography: Obscene Films and Other Narratives

Holocaust Pornography: Obscene Films and Other Narratives

House of Dolls (1953) is one of the most troubling of all Holocaust novels, and it an-ticipates many conventions used in subsequent novels and films. The author – whose Hebrew name is Yehiel Dinur – signed himself as Ka-Tzetnik 135633, including in his nom de plume the number tattooe

GRAPHIC NOVELS AND COMICS GRADES NARRATIVE 6–12

GRAPHIC NOVELS AND COMICS GRADES NARRATIVE 6–12

Unlike most comics and graphic novels that invent characters and worlds, King explores the life of the iconic Civil Rights leader and key events of the 1950s and ‘60s. In King Vol. 2, Page 22, witnesses reflect on race relations in the early 1960s in the South and recall the inner conflict

Tomotani Lightnovels - Journal of Geek Studies

Tomotani Lightnovels - Journal of Geek Studies

ty of a group of novels referred to as ‘light novels’, one of the earliest examples of the use of this term (then still a neologism most - ly restricted to online communities). Figure 1: Cover of the light novel Isekai Onsen ni Ten-sei shita Ore no Kounou ga Tondemosugiru (“I was

The Go-Between - OM Personal

The Go-Between - OM Personal

and popular success and has long been considered Hartley’s finest book. His many other novels include Facial Justice, The Hireling, and The Love-Adept. COLM TÓIBÍN’s novels include The Story of the Night and The Blackwater Lightship, which was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 1999. He is the editor

The Life of Galileo Bertolt Brecht Foreword

The Life of Galileo Bertolt Brecht Foreword

Brecht wrote in German, and not all his work has yet been translated into English. He published a few books of poetry and one or two novels, but it is the plays that have made him internationally famous. Of these, perhaps the most celebrated are The Life of Galileo (written in 1937-9 and revised in 1945-7), The Good Woman of Setzuan (1938-40), Mother Courage (1939)— a different play from The ...

MIND THE GAP! - Western Cape

MIND THE GAP! - Western Cape

This study guide focuses on Oscar Wilde’s novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, one of the prescribed novels in Paper 2: Literature. How to use this study guide • In the . introduction. to the guide (pages 16–18), you will find information on the author and the events that influenced his writing. There is also an overview of how the novel ...

The Bourne Ultimatum - Daily Script

The Bourne Ultimatum - Daily Script

THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM Screenplay by Tony Gilroy and Scott Z. Burns and George Nolfi Screen Story by Tony Gilroy Based on the novels by Robert Ludlum and Universal's "The Bourne Identity" and "The Bourne Ultimatum" FINAL SHOOTING SCRIPT June 20, 2007 Notice: Th

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

character design in novels, films and television and reflect upon the difficulties to convey a character, whose design exists in written form, through visual media. The construction and creation of t

Summer Reading Choices: Speak Perks of Being a

Summer Reading Choices: Speak Perks of Being a

The selected novels for summer reading are:The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky; Speak by Lauie Halse Anderson; Lucy in the Sky by Anonymous, and Breathing Underwater by Alex Finn. Each of these books has a teenage protagonist who is forced to deal with challenging problems at

CLASSROOM UNIT FOR DEAR MARTIN AND

CLASSROOM UNIT FOR DEAR MARTIN AND

• Write a bio poem from the point of view of a character in the novel(s). • Create a haiku inspired by the novel(s). • Find seven to ten words from the novel(s) that stand out and include them in a poem. • Create an acrostic poem using anything related to the novels (titles, chara

It’s Sequoyah Book Award Week!

It’s Sequoyah Book Award Week!

Perks of Being a Wallflower to The Fault in Our Stars, news about upcoming films based on YA novels fill the entertainment press. Your mission is to convince the studio suits that a Sequoyah book is ideal for conversion to the big screen. (NOTE: Writers som

Colonialism and Victorian Literature (An Introspective Study)

Colonialism and Victorian Literature (An Introspective Study)

writers like H. Rider Haggard, Rudyard Kipling, and Joseph Conrad. These novels, which include works like Haggard's She (1889) and Kipling's Kim (1901), are usually set in the distant lands that Britain colonized and attempt to expose the insular domestic public to the ex

Fifth Avenue Macmillan - Raincoast

Fifth Avenue Macmillan - Raincoast

Bourne series, and his Jason Bourne novels include The Bourne Legacy and The Bourne Betrayal. Lustbader and his wife live in New York City and in Long Island. ALSO AVAILABLE Blood Trust (7/12) ISBN: 978-0-7653-6777-8 $9.99/$11.99 Can Last Snow (3/11) ISBN: 97

Creating Place in Fantasy Fiction . - WordPress

Creating Place in Fantasy Fiction . - WordPress

fictional town of ‘Issling’ in my novel, I wished to convey the sense of magic and history I had felt in these places. Yet, I was aware that novels that put too much focus on setting could be laborious to read, and that ‘good writing’, as outlined in writers’ works

The Enchanting Prelude to The Lord . - Penguin Random House

The Enchanting Prelude to The Lord . - Penguin Random House

Harry Potter novels, Star Wars, and The Hunger Games) for comparison and analysis. The Hobbit’s chapters are each between seven and twenty-five pages long. Dividing the book into the following eight sections provides reading assignments that are fairly uniform in length and correspond

The doppelganger in select nineteenth . - Université Laval

The doppelganger in select nineteenth . - Université Laval

iii Abstract This thesis investigates the representations of the doppelganger figure in three nineteenth-century British Gothic novels: Mary Shelley‟s Frankenstein, Robert Louis Stevenson‟s Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Bram Stoker‟s Dracula.Using Charles Darwin‟s The Origin of Species and The D

Strangers On A Train - Daily Script

Strangers On A Train - Daily Script

Converted to PDF by www.screentalk.org 8. INT. BRUNO'S COMPARTMENT ON TRAIN (PROCESS) Bruno and Guy are finishing lunch. Bruno has been drinking and his eyes are bright and feverish. An almost empty liquor bottle is near a couple of detective novels covered with gaudily Illustrated dus