Can’t remember who Simon, Piggy or Ralph is? This list of characters in Lord of the Flies with a brief description should help.
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William Golding’s Lord of the Flies is more than an adventure story. It is a look into human nature. The allusions described here, will deepen your understanding of the classic novel.
Mixing up the many characters in Shakespeare’s famous historical play? Get them cleared up with this character analysis and study guide.
What is the mood of a poem or short story? If you have a hard time figuring out what exactly your teacher means by this you need this guide.
What? Failed your pop quiz? Et tu Brutus? Make sure it doesn’t happen again by learning the important events in the play.
Need some help understanding Shakespeare? Look no further than this free study guide. A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a comedy that illustrates the complicated love relationships that are part of being human.
In this handy study guide you’ll find a description of each character in the play — who they are, what they do, and why they matter.
Need a refresher on the drama, romance and tragedy in Romeo & Juliet? Read this brief summary for the major events in Acts 1-5.
Many Twilight saga fans may be looking for another read after finishing Breaking Dawn. The Host does not have vampires; it has aliens. As with the Twilight saga, there is a love triangle. The twist is that one character’s body shares two souls who long for one man.
British Romanticism does not refer to Mick Jagger making out with a bimbo. It refers to a literary movement in England that took place roughly between 1785-1830. Romantic Poets include Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Blake, and Byron.
Remember when you were a kid and had a crush on a really hot cartoon character? Then you got older and had a crush on a movie star? Then you got older, had a crush on your best friend’s girlfriend, stole her, married her, and had three kids? That’s kind of how realism in literature developed.
This Young Adult saga, Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn are simply intense reading. One part love story, one part adventure and one part fantasy/vampire story — these four books will leave you wanting more. Plus,check out the ideas for the classroom.