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Many people know that this trilogy was originally written as a very talented Twilight fanfic. But if one has true talent, it will not go unnoticed! That’
“Jane Eyre”: meaning and analysis of the book by Charlotte BrontëLiterature
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Charlotte Brontë is an English novelist and author of many works. She is known all over the world for her best love novel called “
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The specificity of the novel genre is that the author needs to put a weighty idea into a simplified plot. And this does not work for everyone.
“Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus”: meaning and analysis of the book by Mary ShelleyLiterature
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Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus, emerged during the emergence and spread of the science fiction subgenre.
“Wonder”: meaning and analysis of the book by R.J. PalacioLiterature
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If the book is called “Miracle,” is about the fate of a child, and is addressed to children and teenagers, it is not necessarily fantasy.
“Diary of a Wimpy Kid”: meaning and analysis of the book by Jeff KinneyLiterature
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The Diary of a Wimpy Kid series is loved by many children and their dads and moms on many continents. The series has been translated into 52 languages
“The Shack”: meaning and analysis of the book by William P. YoungLiterature
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This book has become very controversial for readers, although it is popular among a diverse readership. The story of its creation, and more importantly
“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”: meaning and analysis of the book by Roald DahlLiterature
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This tale by the Briton Roald Dahl was his first work to be translated in Russia. It earned the praise of the literary “father”
“Harry Potter And The Cursed Child”: meaning and analysis of the book by J.K. RowlingLiterature
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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is almost the most discussed of the Potterian book series. But the mass of fans do not consider it a full-fledged continuation
“The Hunger Games”: meaning and analysis of the book by Susan CollinsLiterature
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The Hunger Games trilogy was invented by the American writer Susan Collins. The author started to write in 2008, and finished in 2010. The first book was