Analytical Essays on English Novel ( 13 topics)

Analytical Essays on English Novel ( 13 topics)
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An Introduction to TPT-ians
This is a practical guide to the study of Novel. Each essay of the e-book can be read separately or dipped into for information or guidance. In this first edition I’ve added some relevant topics of Novel. I’ve also tried to revise the topics according to its exam or teaching demands. I shall be happy if the e-book comes to help the students / teachers and the researchers for whom it is written.
1. Title: ‘Aesthetic Autobiography’ - the Genre of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Sub Topics: Except for the thin incognito of its characters, A Portrait of The Artist As a Young Man is based on a literal transcript of the first twenty years of Joyce’s life
Key Words: semi-autobiographical novel ,education of ayoung Irishman, Stephen Daedalus, , ‘Bildungsroman’ , ‘aesthetic autobiography’ , ‘kunstlerroman’, Joyce’s portrayal ,Sons and Lovers ,Of Human Bondage, hero’s reveries and resentments, objectivity and
subjectivity,literal transcript of the first twenty years of Joyce’s life, emotional and intellectual adventures of its protagonist, the childhood and adolescence of Stephen Dedalus, Ireland’s treatment of Parnell, ‘betrayal’ of Parnell ,slavish mentality
2. Title: George Orwell’s ‘‘Animal Farm’’ is the most Effective Political Satire
Sub Topics: George Orwell’s ‘‘Animal Farm’’ is an animal fable
Key Words: George Orwell, animal fable, soviet political methods, Novel, satire, Stalin Era, socialist, Russian History
3. Title: Different techniques of Writing Novels
4. Title: Analysis of Thomas Hardy’s Treatment of Rural Life in Far From the Madding Crowd
5. Title: George Eliot's Middlemarch: Psychological Novel and Study of Provincial Life and Characters
Sub Topics: George Eliot's masterpiece, “Middlemarch” is an epic novel in every sense of the word
Key Words: George Eliot, psychological novel, rural England, 19th century, Middlemarch, A Study of Provincial Life
6. Title: Somerset Maugham’s "Of Human Bondage" as a Great Introspective Novel
Sub Topics: Epic Tale of Life enacted through the portrayal of the characters of the novel through appealing and integrated ways
Key Words: introspective novel, autobiographical novel, body bondage,
economic bondage, Somerset Maugham,, Of Human Bondage , Sally ,Philip Carey , Mildred
7. Title: Classifying the different kinds of Bondage in W. Somerset Maugham’s "Of Human Bondage"
Sub Topics: Maugham’s Belief in the Meaninglessness
Key Words: body-bondage, economic bondage, Somerset Maugham,, Of
Human Bondage, Sally, Philip Carey, Mildred
8. Title: Reading of Chinua Achebe through Nigerian Sociopolitical and Cultural Aspects
Sub Topics: Reading thorough Chinua Achebe’s novels it can also be determined how women is such a vital study for lasting peace and prosperity in Nigeria
Key Words: African colonization, Chinua Achebe, novel, Nigerian sociopolitical, culture, Igbo, south-East Nigeria, pre-colonial era,
Nigerian peace and prosperity, women
9. Title: Analysis of D. H. Lawrence’s Treatment of Nature in Sons and Lovers
Sub Topics: The untarnished beauty and uncontaminated freshness of nature environment have accentuated and heightened the feelings and emotions of the characters in D. H. Lawrence’s in Sons and Lovers
Key Words: D. H. Lawrence, nature, Sons and Lovers, novel, natural objects and surrounding, imagination, environment of society, Industrialization, machination, feelings and sentiments the feelings
10. Title: Tagore's The Home and the World as Sociopolitical Novel
Sub Topics: Tagore's The Home and the World has been regarded as an allegory, Bimala, standing for modern India, Nikhilesh for ancient India and Sandip for modern Europe.
Key Words: socio political novel, Tagore, novel
11. Title: Amitav Ghosh's The Shadow Lines, Story of an Indian family and an English family in the Transitional Days of 1960's
Sub Topics: Amitav Ghosh in The Shadow Lines puts the very concept of nationalism and nationality, as it were, under the microscope, and analyses the ideologies, exigencies and implications inherent in it
Key Words: Indian family, English family, 1960’s, Calcutta, London and Dhaka, political freedom, nationalism, ideologies, Exigencies
12. Title: Thomas Hardy’s Philosophy of Life as in The Return of The Native
Sub Topics: Hardy views life from the standpoint of pessimist
Key Words: chance and accidence, novel, Tess of D’Urbervilles, Hardy, Aeschylus, president of the Immortal, supreme powers, fate, Devine power, Shakespeare, tragic vision ‘character is destiny’, idealistic, tragic catastrophe, adverse situations
13. Title: “Modern novels have taken place of the ancient epics.”- discuss
Sub Topics: Twentieth Century Novel or the Novel as the Modern Epic Or The stream of Consciousness Novel Or The modern Psychological Novel
Key Words: Twentieth Century Novel, The Novel as the Modern Epic, The stream of Consciousness Novel, The modern Psychological Novel

Ardhendu De
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