“The hobbit”: meaning and analysis of the book by J. R. R. TolkienLiterature
“The hobbit”: meaning and analysis of the book by J. R. R. Tolkien
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Tolkien’s tale, which is the basis of the film, only looks like a cute children’s tale. In fact, it looks like a lush rosebud.
“The Lord of the Rings”: meaning and analysis of the book by J. R. R. TolkienLiterature
“The Lord of the Rings”: meaning and analysis of the book by J. R. R. Tolkien
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The author of the literary source of the trilogy, Professor Tolkien, wrote not a fantasy, but an epic. From his youth he created a new reality, thinking
“The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck”: meaning and analysis of the book by Mark MansonLiterature
“The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck”: meaning and analysis of the book by Mark Manson
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“What art!” – will arise the uninitiated reader as soon as his or her gaze falls upon the title of this book in a bookstore, library
“Animal Farm: A Fairy Story”: meaning and analysis of the book by George OrwellLiterature
“Animal Farm: A Fairy Story”: meaning and analysis of the book by George Orwell
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This small satirical novella-parable is one of the two most famous works of George Orwell, author of the dystopian novel 1984. But if in the story of Winston
“The outsiders”: meaning and analysis of the book by S.E. HintonLiterature
“The outsiders”: meaning and analysis of the book by S.E. Hinton
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The Outsiders is a teen novel by Susan Hinton published in 1967. It is important to notice this word – teenage. It was written by a teenager just
“Twilight”: meaning and analysis of the book by Stephenie MeyerLiterature
“Twilight”: meaning and analysis of the book by Stephenie Meyer
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Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series of novels is not only the first young adult story to focus entirely on a romantic plot, but also the first story
“Harry Potter”: meaning and analysis of the book by J.K. RowlingLiterature
“Harry Potter”: meaning and analysis of the book by J.K. Rowling
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The incredible and well-deserved success of the first Harry Potter novel made its adaptation almost inevitable. The continuation of the epic about the
“Norwegian Wood”: meaning and analysis of the book by Haruki MurakamiLiterature
“Norwegian Wood”: meaning and analysis of the book by Haruki Murakami
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Probably, many of you have already read a large number of novels that described the trauma of people in life, the balance of life and death.
“Don Quixote”: meaning and analysis of the book by Miguel de CervantesLiterature
“Don Quixote”: meaning and analysis of the book by Miguel de Cervantes
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The remarkable work of Cervantes called “Don Quixote” entered the world literature. The adventure novel easily and naturally reveals the theme
“Lord of the Flies”: meaning and analysis of the book by William GoldingLiterature
“Lord of the Flies”: meaning and analysis of the book by William Golding
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William Golding is not the most prolific writer. Throughout his life, he wrote 12 books. But it was his first published novel, Lord of the Flies, that