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Midnight's Children Emma Vanity Fair and The Sun Also Rises
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Book Review

"Midnight's Children'' is a world-famous novel. It was written by the famous British novelist Salman Rushdie It was first published in 1981.

The story of this novel revolves around the transformation of colonial India into an independent state. The novel won the Booker Prize in 1981, and the same year it won the Jumbo Tait Black Memorial Prize.

The author of the novel is Salman Rushdie

Original name: Midnight's Children

Cover artist: Bill Butten

The novel was written in the United Kingdom.

The novel is written in English

Type: Novel

The novel was published by Jonathan Cape

The novel was published in April 1981

Number of pages: 446

Emma Book Review

The novel "Emma" is written by the famous author Jane Austen. The main theme of the novel is romantic misunderstandings and obsession with youth.

The story of the novel revolves around a relationship between a small number of families, the fictional village of Highbury, Hartfield, and its surroundings. The novel was first published in December 1815 and had a cover date of 1816.

In this novel, the author highlights the concerns, advantages, disadvantages, etc. of decent women living in England. "Emma" is a character whose comedy, marriage, age, manners, sexuality, etc. are revealed.

She was twenty years old at the beginning of the story. Her mother died when he was young. When her older sister got married, she was smart, but she lacked the discipline to learn anything.

The issue of class dignity became clear to her and the story portrayed her as a poor and sympathetic woman. She was found to be very sympathetic and patient towards her Valetudinarian father.

"Emma" is an adult girl. She is firm in his self-confidence even though she has made some serious mistakes.

The author said at the beginning of the novel, "No one will like the heroine of my story except me." She first wanted to portray the heroine in the story as smart, handsome, rich.

"Emma" wants to interfere in someone else's life, but she has no choice. This is how she gradually goes astray.

Author Austen wrote the last novel of her life and it was "Emma". The novel was published after his death. The novel has been staged in several movies, television shows, and stage plays.

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Vanity Fair Book Review

Vanity Fair is a novel by William McPhee. It is written in English. The main theme of the novel is the life story of Becky Sharp and Amelia Sedley between friends and family after the Napoleonic Wars.

From 1847 to 1848, a total of 19 volumes were published continuously. The subtitle of the novel was Pen and Pencil Sketches of the English Society. It was the earliest satire of nineteenth-century British society, as well as the earliest paintings of Thayakari's Aka.

The novel was published in a volume in 1848, with the subtitle "A Novel Without Heroes". This is why the novel is often called the "chief architect" of the Victorian household.

About the book:

By William McPhee Thackery

Original name: Vanity Fire

The artist is: William McPhee Thackery

Author's country: United Kingdom

Language of the novel: English

Types of novels: satire, social criticism

The Sun Also Rises Book Review

The famous American writer Ernest Hemingway wrote the novel "The Sun Also Rises". The novel was first published in 1926. The book has been discussed and criticized since its publication.

The main theme of the novel is that a group of American and British expatriates from Paris go to see the bull race and fight at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona.

Jeffrey Meyers is a Hemingway biographer. He thinks "The Sun Also Rises" is one of the best literary works of Hemingway's life. Scholars Linda Wegner and Martin also called it an important novel. The novel Cribbons was published in the United States in 1925.

Hemingway arranged for the novel The Sun Also Rises to be published by Skyburners. The writing style of his novel was very nice. As a new writer, Hemingway approached Ezra Pound.

Hemingway's first novel was undoubtedly one of the best and most important modernist novels. But Reynolds thinks Hemingway was not a modernist. From his novel, he summarizes the future and the educated generation.

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