Analysis of Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys

Title: Wide Sargasso Sea Author: Jean Rhys Context: Wide Sargasso Sea (1966) is a post colonial and masterpiece fiction novel by Jean Rhys. This novel is her comeback to the literary centre stage.  Some of the most fascinating characters are brought in ingeniously into light in her fiction work. Synopsis: The story is about a

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Analysis of Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

Title: Things Fall Apart Author: Chinua Achebe Context: Things Fall Apart (1958) is a post colonial debut novel by Chinua Achebe. Often this master piece has been compared to great Greek tragedies. The story is about a strong man whose life is influenced by anger and fear. Being thoroughly and uniquely African, the novel reveals

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Analysis of The Stranger by Albert Camus

Title:  The Stranger Author: Albert Camus Context: The Stranger (1942) is a post colonial enigmatic debut novel by Albert Camus. The novel explores issues related to social attribution of identity. The novel published when political autonomy was being demanded by the Algerians with intense forcefulness. Synopsis: The story is about an ordinary man who unintentionally

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