Important Elements of New Criticism in The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgeralds The Great Gatsby contains many literary elements that collaborate to
support the theme of the story: one cannot escape or
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Q: How does Sybil Vane differ from the typical Victorian woman?
The Picture of Dorian Gray was written during the Victorian era and it takes place in
London, which is a stark contrast from the works of Cranford
Question: How do Lydgate and Casaubon compare?
Throughout MiddleMarch, there are many characters who can be posed as parallels.
However, there are others who can be foils. For example, Dorthea
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value of material acquisition?
Cranford is different from any other town in Victorian England because it is po
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tale themes similar to that of Sleeping Beauty?
Throughout Possession, A.S. Byatt uses a multitude of literary med
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education and industrialism?
Although William Blake and Charles Dickens are writers from different literary eras,
Blake is a Romantic
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curiosity. How does this nature cause both characters to lose their original innocence?
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