Why is William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” considered to be a shocking literary masterpiece? Why does William Faulkner use flashbacks to reinforce the message of the novel? How is the question of morality brought up within the story?
What is the main conflict of John Steinbeck’s “The Murder”? How does the image of a man is opposed to the image of a woman? What is the emotional connection between Jelka and Jim?
Why is “The Lover” considered to be a revolutionary novel? How does Marguerite Duras’ novel “The Lover” determine the notion of love? How does the psychological portrait of the main character affect the whole story?
Why is Jane Eyre considered to be a true story of love? What is the role of Mr. Rochester in the life of Jane Eyre? What are the true reasons Jana Eyre falls for Mr. Rochester?
What is the role of the reputation of a girl in Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”? In what way social prejudice influences the relationship of every man and woman? Is it necessary to step over the pride and prejudice in order to be happy?
Why is the life of the characters full of intrigues and misunderstandings? What are the moral values of Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth? What does pride and prejudice have to deal with the relationships described within the novel?
What does Darcy look like on the surface? Why does Darcy act like he is very proud of himself and does not care about other people who belong to a lower class? What makes Darcy change his mind as referring to Elizabeth and fall for her?
Why does Nathaniel Hawthorne dedicate so much of his work to revealing the character of a woman? What is the main trait of character that Hawthrone’s women have? What is the most common sufferings Hawthrone’s women experience?
In what way social differences make people feel distant one from another? How accurate is the judgment based on the origin and reputation? What were the main prejudice between Elizabeth and Darcy?
Who is Rochester to the author of the letter? What profound feelings does the letter arouse in the heart of the reader? Is the author true when she speaks about her love to Rochester?