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Essay on Woman by Mary Leapor

Small Battle for Women’s Rights

Nowadays no one is surprised when women become presidents or prefer to earn money, while their husbands stay at home with children. Nevertheless, women in England in the 18th century could not even dream of proper education, not to mention such liberties. Though, of course, some of them were indignant at such unfairness and wanted changes.

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Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

John Steinbeck packed his novel with a lot of emotions and backgrounds of people with different stories, lives and attitudes. The book narrates the reader a touching story of a friendship between two men during one of the most difficult times in the United States history – the time of the Great Depression in 1930s. Conjoined with the common dream to open their own farm, friends arrive to their new work place and start building up relationships with other workers.

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Wicked by Gregory Maguire

Reading this book we first come across prologue and then the story begins with Elphaba’s Munchkinlander parents and the birth of Elphaba. The tale then reveals as she grows into a child, then a teen and as she joins the Shiz University.

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Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

Sometimes it is difficult to establish the definite plot or the theme of any given book. However, examining the manner in which the author of the Twilight has interwoven his plot it is crucial to say that Twilight is more of a love story. Examining the nature of literary tools employed such as suspense and imagery it would be instrumental to assert that it’s equally less vampire anecdote than it is passionate morality tale. This is due to the fact that our superwoman, Bella, compels us to follow her along her romance with the gorgeous, faultless vampire Edward. Hence, what makes this book to be exceptional is that the author has managed to explore and present his theme of romance and abstinence with unchallenged clarity.

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Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz

The book is about a 14 year old boy, Alex Rider, who is puzzled by the mysterious death of his uncle Ian Rider. Alex is confused by the police office claims, “Had your uncle worn a seatbelt, he would have had a chance to survive”. Yet the boy clearly knows that his uncle was a very careful person. In the first few chapters of the book Alex have discovered little clues pointing to the malevolent death of his uncle: dozen of bullet holes on the car and a handgun which his uncle’s boss brings to the funeral. Further on Alex is invited to his uncle’s office to discuss his uncle’s will with one of the employees. Alex finds this meeting to be an appropriate time for him to carryout investigation and luckily he sneaks into his uncle’s office and starts perusing documents that might give hints about his uncle’s death. Unfortunately he is caught and shot with tranquilizer gun.

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Still Alice by Lisa Genova

Still Alice is a convincing debut tale depicting a story of a 50 years-old-lady swift descent into early commencement Alzheimer’s disease. Basically, Alice Howard is married and is blessed with three grown offsprings and a striking house on the Cape. By the time she began to notice her forgetfulness, she was a celebrated professor at the peak of her career in Harvard. Hence, the confusion began to erode her thinking and her memory began to upset her. But she was scared when she received the frightening diagnosis: the early inception Alzheimer’s disease. Though aggressively independent she fights to maintain and sustain her lifestyle and live in the jiffy, even though her innate consciousness erodes and slips away.

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Skellig by David Almond

In 1998 Skellig won the Carnegie Medal as well as Whitbread award and remains the most famous and readable book. This short novel book contains 170 pages that are full of essential themes and images. The author David Almond is considered to be Gabriel Garcia Marquez in literature for children.

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Holes by Louis Sachar

Holes written by the author c was published in 1999 and he won national book award and Newbery medal. Later in 2003 this novel was modified by Walt Disney with good star cast Khileo Thomas and Shia LaBeouf.

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Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer

Eclipse is in reality the 3rd novel in Meyer’s ever popular series of Twilight. In essence Eclipse moves on after the New Moon had departed, while on the other hand Bella’s graduation is approaching and this indicates that she will be leaving the Forks forever, apparently to join a college. Later she is stealthily planning to join her boyfriend in his vampire subsistence, that means she won’t come back home because of being lifeless and possessing an uncontrollable blood covetousness. As the story develops, the lethal vampires from Seattle return to haunt the dwellers and from this very point the vampire seems to dominate in the rest of the book.

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