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Ford Madox Ford The Well of Loneliness. Story of the Eye. All Quiet on the Western Front. Erich Maria Remarque The Time of Indifference.
I Thought of Daisy. The Apes of God. Journey to the End of the Night. The Return of Philip Latinowicz.
The Man Without Qualities. The Autobiography of Alice B. The Street of Crocodiles. Tender is the Night. The Postman Always Rings Twice. On the Heights of Despair. The Bells of Basel.
They Shoot Horses, Don't They? The Last of Mr. At the Mountains of Madness. War with the Newts. Keep the Aspidistra Flying. Gone with the Wind. Sylvia Townsend Warner Isak Dineson Karen Blixen Their Eyes Were Watching God.
Zora Neale Hurston Of Mice and Men. John Dos Passos Daphne du Maurier Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day.
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Mr. Duffey. CI. 26 November What Hood Are You From:” Setting in”-Isabel Allende’s THOTS. Abstract: If we analyze the setting, the difference in social class, and create our own autobiographical parody we could receive a better understanding of The House of The Spirits.
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The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende is a complex and fascinating novel. Its author was cousin to Salvador Allende, the democratically elected president of Chile who died in the famous coup, and it was written in the late twentieth century, when the civil and political scenes were writhing under the stresses of change.