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“The Murder of Roger Ackroyd” by Agatha Christie

I have to acknowledge a couple of things. Firstly, women, having a pencil with elegance and ease, handle with respect. For that ladies, who places about the investigator style – dual regard. Subsequently, I reread a few of every time I discover particulars and fresh products, which are skipped the very first time around, and […]

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How Do I Write a Review?

Aim of the review always lies in evaluation or judgment. For instance, you may have a preferred television show or music band, and it is absolutely okay to like one shop more than the other one. Such behavior is considered as the judgment itself. While composing the review, the task is to express your judgment […]

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“Titus Groa” by Mervyn Peake

“Titus Groa” – the first part of a trilogy about the Gormenghast castle. Mervyn Peake universe subtly changed: just tune in to the gloomy atmosphere of the Gothic novel, a text turns into a family saga with Dickensian sentimentalism, then everything melts into a surreal haze, and the author ironically alludes to the avant-garde ideas […]

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“The Old Man and the Sea” by Ernest Hemingway

Fight – he said – fight until I die. Can you name these words as an epigraph, a peculiar feature of the life of Ernest Hemingway? Man-resistant body and spirit, the last war, who observed the moral decay of their own nation and anomie, trying to fight with all the worst manifestations of life, using […]

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Composing a Satirical Essay

Satire stands in one single strip with paradox laughter and sarcasm. These concepts all are enjoyable and associated with fun, nevertheless, they differ based on personality of it. If laughter provides type cracks satire includes a philippic purpose, meaning that it is targeted on displaying the disadvantages of various problems and utilizes resources of parody […]

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“American Gods” by Neil Gaiman

Three years of his thirty-two spent in prison shadow (though the English version of his name sounds more attractive – Shadow). Disintegrated dreams of a serene future, when he learns of the death in a car accident of his beloved wife and best friend, your potential employer. Shadow falls in artfully arranged Odin network option […]

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“Slaughterhouse-Five” by Kurt Vonnegut

The first impression that I remember from ancient, the very first reading of the book – this discrepancy name. I do not know how things are in other people – but I have (after all re-read bestsellers, apparently) called “Slaughterhouse-Five” conjures up a variety of images … and does not coincide with the actual content […]

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“Faust” by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The poem of Goethe’s “Faust,” written in the XVIII century, still strikes the reader deep disclosure eternal themes of concern to all of humanity. The struggle between good and evil; knowledge of the meaning of life on earth; recognition of human supreme creation of God, able to create and to be happy from this. The […]

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