Critics

Literary Criticism on Great Expectations

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Charles Dickens’ “Great Expectations” is a masterful exploration of 19th-century England, addressing the complexities of ambition, morality, and the socio-economic divisions of the time. Through the experiences of the protagonist, Pip, Dickens weaves a compelling narrative that not only captures the personal struggles of an individual but also serves as …

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“How to Tell a Story and Other Essays” by Mark Twain

How to Tell a Story and Other Essays book by Mark Twain

“How to Tell a Story and Other Essays” by Mark Twain: Mark Twain, celebrated for his timeless tales and unparalleled wit, extends his literary prowess into the realm of literary analysis with “How to Tell a Story and Other Essays.” This captivating collection serves as a treasure trove of insights …

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The Metaphysical Poets by T.S. Eliot

T.S. Eliot

The Metaphysical Poets by T.S. Eliot The Metaphysical Poets by T.S. Eliot was first published as a review of J.G. Grierson’s edition of Metaphysical Lyrics and Poems of the 17th Century. But the essay is much more than a mere review; it is a critical document of much value and …

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