Cooperation is essential when attempting to complete an assignment in a group. Without cooperation the group social structure could easily collaspe causing the group to disassociate and ultimately compete against one another. In William Golding’s novel Lord of the flies there are distinguishable examples of cooperation and competition. Lois Lowry’s novel Gathering Blue also has its fair share of cooperation and competition. In the fictional Novel Lord of the flies by William Golding, Golding tells a story about how a society needs to cooperate in order to get whatever they need to get done.
This book report was assigned for me and my 11th grade classmates by our Language Arts teacher, Mr. Samuel Jaja. The title of the book is To Kill a Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee. The book has approximately 281 pages, and was published by the J. B. Lippincott & Co. in july 11, 1960.This book is translated into more than 40 languages, sold millions copies worldwide due for it realistic structures and content. Mainly, the book receive several recognitions; for example, this book is known for winning a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction after being on the bestseller list for more than 40 weeks, defining at the end this work as classic of modern American literature.
The effects of slavery impact each of the slaves’ lives in many ways, mainly their vision of self, which causes the division between the races to have tension. The central characters face the horrifying task of knowing or understanding themselves as human subjects in a society that “rejects the human status or identity of any black individual,” and for some characters this would permanently stunt the growth of the character in the novel (Cosca 9). When the slaves are freed and are able to become their own people, that is when tension between the races becomes more prominent because the white people still see themselves above the African Americans. The main character Sethe, is constantly feeling alienated from everyone, and she says her children are her only happiness. As a result of their alienation and separation, the characters end up depressed and constantly tired.
Plagiarism Assignment Harper Lee published the novel To Kill A Mockingbird in 1960. The novel became so successful that it became a classic of modern American Literature and won the Pulitzer Prize. The plot and characters were based on the author’s family and neighbors. When she was 10, there was an event that happened and it was based off that too. To Kill a Mockingbird is a Bildungsroman and a Southern Gothic novel.
In the book “To Kill a Mockingbird” Harper Lee shows many examples of how characters can be differentiated in ways that distinguish as well as dictate their behavior. The town of Maycomb seemed to have many expectations of its citizens based on stereotypes. Maycomb was judgmental and inflexible in its views, trying to be something that it was not. In this world, no one lives a life without stereotypes, which is why Lee focuses heavily on this idea throughout the book. Three main characters in “To Kill a Mockingbird,” Calpurnia, Scout, and Boo Radley, are great examples of characters who often fit into but sometimes do not adhere to the codes of expected behavior.
Rita Dove was born in Akron Ohio on August 28th, 1952. She was a wonderful student and graduated from high school amongst the top 100 students in the United states. She studied in the Miami University of Ohio, before studying abroad at the University of Tübingen in Germany. Her first literary work was The Yellow House on the Corner, which was a collection of poems which she had written and was published in 1980. Several other famous works of hers are Thomas and Beulah, which was published in 1986 and in 1987 received a Pulitzer Prize, and On the Bus with Rosa Parks, which was one of the finalists to receive the Nation Book Critics Circle Award, was a New York Times Notable book of the year and was published in 1999.
Book:- Our book is A Thousan Splendid Suns, a 2007 novel written by an Afghan-American author Khaled Hosseini, after his bestselling 2003 debut, The Kite Runner. Khaled Hosseini has mentioned that the novel was a “mother-daughter story rather than to The Kite Runner, which was a “father-son story”. It uses some of the theme used in The Kite Runner but has its focus primarily on all the female characters and how they live in the Afghan soceity. On 22nd May 2007, the book was released and received favorable prepublication reviews which led it to become the number one on New York Times bestseller for around fifteen weeks. It sold over one million copies just during its first week.
Toni Morrison, a famous American black woman writer, is the only black American woman writer who has been awarded the Nobel prize for literature so far. She is regarded as one of the most outstanding novelists in the world. "In the novels with rich imagination and poetic expression, make an extremely important aspect of American reality full of vitality", this is the Swedish Academy in 1993 to the Nobel prize winner Toni Morrison 's words. Of course, Morrison deserves it, and her beloved is considered by many to fill the gap in American history". The story happened in the Cincinnati suburb of blue stone road No.124 haunted house, and slavery has been abolished for 10 years at that time.
The Beautiful Creatures series is a #1 New York Times bestseller today, it has been published in 50 countries and translated into over 30 languages. “Beautiful Creatures” was a finalist for the ALA’s William C. Morris Debut award and SCIBA award in 2010. It was named Amazon’s #1 Teen book of 2009, and #5 on the Editor’s Top 100 List. As if replying to the fan appreciation, there has been an extended sequel of the series as well, which includes “Dangerous Creatures”. Before Kami Garcia worked with Margaret Stohl to write “Beautiful Creatures”, she wrote short stories.
Scott Fitzgerald) was a short story writer and novelist considered one of the pre-eminent authors in the history of American literature due almost entirely to the enormous posthumous success of his third book, The Great Gatsby. Perhaps the quintessential American novel, as well as a definitive social history of the Jazz Age, The Great Gatsby has become required reading for virtually every American high school student and has had a transportive effect on generation after generation of readers. At the age of 24, the success of his first novel, This Side of Paradise, made Fitzgerald famous. One week later, he married the woman he loved and his muse, Zelda Sayre. However by the end of the 1920s Fitzgerald descended into drinking, and Zelda had a mental breakdown.