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Book report essays

“If you’re Happy and Know it, Must I Know, Too?” by Judith Newman

Judith Newman, the author of the article “If you’re Happy and Know it, Must I Know, Too?” wants the reader to realize that people should not replace words with...

Feminism in a Doll’s House by Henric Ibsen

Introduction Over the years, writers have been listening for the voices of the forgotten, the unheard, and the oppressed and spoke instead of them in their works in order...

The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri

Introduction The Divine Comedy concentrates on the imaginary journey of Dante to Hell. Dante manages to draw a phantasmagoric and allegoric picture of life after death where every human...

The Stranger by Albert Camus

Introduction A Nobel Prize laureate Albert Camus was a prominent French writer famous for the philosophy of the absurd. The Stranger is one of the slimmest, densest, and widely...

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

The truth shall set you free. Many people do not pause to ponder or venture into the next query, free from what? Reading the diary of Anne Frank, the...

Sethe in Toni Morrison’s Beloved

Introduction Beloved by Toni Morrison is a novel revealing numerous crucial things, among them mother-daughter relationships, slavery, social justice, and even ethical conduct within a community setting. This novel...