How does the title of the novel that you have read relate to the novel itself? Is the title descriptive? Could it be said to express the moral of the novel? Is it a statement of the theme of the book? Is it something totally different? Why do you think the writer chose this title rather than something else? Do you have a suggestion that would represent the novel better?
Choose two topics and write a page each them. If you feel that you have enough material to explore just one of the following topics - choose one and write two pages. If you think it would be a good idea to combine two of the topics to give a good picture of your book - choose two.
In your essay, analyze the relationship between title and novel, paying attention to the possibility/probability that the title highlights something that the author wants readers to know or come to understand about the novel. Why was/is 1984 controversial? Why has it been banned? What types of conflict (physical, moral, intellectual, or emotional) are there in this novel?
2 Class Issues
Think about the role that social class plays in the novel that you have read. What classes are represented in the novel? To what extent is each class described? Are all the classes given equal representation?
As you go through your novel, consider two important questions: how does the author feel about the different social classes, and how can you tell the author’s opinion?
Write an essay that explores the way that social class and class issues affect the characters and plot of your novel.
3 Gender Issues
Consider the gender of the characters in your novel. How are male and female characters portrayed? How does the work portray their roles in society? How does gender influence the choices that are available to the characters and the decisions they make? Is love relevant? Are relationships meaningful?
Write an essay that explores how gender affects the plot and character development in the novel.
Present two or three characters from the book. They do not have to be the main characters. Pick those who struck your fancy. Who are they? What kind of people are they? How do you find this out? What changes do they go through? How and why do they develop during the course of the book? What is their importance to the novel itself? Or are they unnecessary? How are the characters created? In what voice are they narrated? Are they three dimensional? How is this possible? What seems to be the writer’s attitude towards them? Can you see yourself in any of the characters? Hate/ Love?
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