Oliver Twist

Oliver Twist
“Oliver Twist” is the novel written by Charles Dickens, which mirrors the life of English society in the 19th century. the book reveals the shocking truth about the life of the English underworld and representatives of the upper-class of the society.

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Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451
"Fahrenheit 451" is one of the most renowned novels written by Ray Bradbury. The book is a dystopian novel, which depicts the society that slips toward totalitarianism and total human degradation, when fundamental human values are devaluated and become meaningless.

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Dr. Faustus Renaissance Hero?

Dr. Faustus Renaissance Hero?
It won’t be a secret that the story of Doctor Faustus is one of the most well known Renaissance tales, which incorporates mystical and thrilling story with interesting and vivid plot structure. The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus, by Christopher Marlowe is based on the story of a real man, historical figure, who lived in the first half of the 16th century.

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The Ascent of Man

The Ascent of Man
"The Ascent of Man" is a book and a documentary series by Jacob Bronowski about the history of technology and science. Through the understanding of the science the author tried to track the evolution of human society. For that time the series and the book were stunning and groundbreaking. The author showed the history of mankind from the proto-ape to our days.

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The Things they Carried by Tim O`Brien

The Things they Carried by Tim O`Brien
The Vietnam Was is one the most noticeable military conflicts, occurred in the second half of the 20th century. This theme is still among the most acute for the American society as the after effects of this conflicts till could be felt in the United States. It provided huge cultural effect on the history of the United States and Vietnam.

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Literature for Children

Literature for Children
The book "Secret Gardens: A Study of the Golden Age of Children’s Literature" is one of the most renowned works written by Humphrey Carpenter, who attempted to evaluate critically the children’s literature of Victorian and Edwardian England. As the matter of fact, the book reveals the author’s view on the development of children’s literature and critical analysis of the children’s literature written by different authors.

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Media Literacy

Media Literacy
In the modern world, media education is examined as a process of development of personality with a help and on materials of mass media. It is used with the purpose to form communication culture with mass media, to form creative, communicative capabilities, critical thinking, and abilities of valuable perception, interpretation, analysis and estimation of media texts, to teach the different forms of self-expression through media technique.

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Dreams in "Paradise Lost" by John Milton

Dreams in "Paradise Lost" by John Milton
Since a plot of "Paradise Lost" is a biblical legend, the poem was numbered among the books of a pious nature, that can be viewed as a poetic presentation of the Bible. But Milton not just told the new interpretation of the biblican themes, and images, he just fully transformed them, showed from a new point of view.

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"Hedda Gabler" by Ibsen

"Hedda Gabler" by Ibsen
The play "Hedda Gabler" Ibsen wrote in 1890 in Munich, and it was published in the end of 1890. When "Hedda Gabler" was first published in 1890, it greatly puzzled both critics and theatrical producers because of its untypical narration, style and view points.
Though this play is very interesting for playing, because the main hero Hedda Gabler is very bright and interesting, and also because the main idea of the play is the place of women in the society in the new era. Hedda is the embodiment of the identity crisis of the middle-class woman during that transitional time.

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Salem Possessed

Salem Possessed
History of witchcraft is an old and vast theme of different researches in the world. Who are Salem’s witches? Are they accomplices of the Devil or innocent victims of human bloodthirstiness and still human vanity? It is an awful fact, but over a several centuries period, ordinary people destroyed similar to them people based on the ridiculous accusation in witchcraft. There were burnt on fires and killed by no less cruel methods hundreds of thousands people in the so-called period of "witchcraft scare". Historically, at the end of the 17th century, the small American Salem Village was fixed and the surprising on the rashness flash of hunt on "daughters of the Devil".

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