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Atwood “Both Elaine Risley in Cat’s Eye and Grace Marks in Alias Grace are creators—and part of their creative force is shown in their formulation of their own narratives.” In what ways does Atwood present both Elaine Risley in Cat’s Eye and Grace Marks in Alias Grace as creators of their own narratives?     24.     Austen Compare Austen’s treatment of status and snobbery in Pride and Prejudice with her treatment of status and snobbery in Persuasion.         25.     Dickens Discuss some of the ways in which Dickens explores the corrupting influence of money in Hard Times and in Great Expectations.     26.     Fitzgerald “. . . the darkness of a marriage and the relief of affairs.” How far do you agree with this view of the central relationships in The Beautiful and Damned and in Tender is the Night?     27.     Galloway “A key feature of Galloway’s fiction is the way it transforms the innocent and trivial into something terrifying.” Discuss some of the ways in which Galloway achieves this transformation in The Trick is to Keep Breathing and in Foreign Parts.     28.     Gray “Gray’s manipulation of structure has been identified as being a significant feature of his writing.” How effective do you find Gray’s “manipulation of structure” in Lanark and in Poor Things?     29.     Hardy Compare the role and function of Damon Wildeve in The Return of the Native with the role and function of Alex D’Urberville in Tess of the D’Urbervilles

Hogg “ . . . there is a God who ruleth this world by wise and invisible means, and punisheth the wicked, and cheereth the humble of heart and the lowly minded.” (The Cameronian Preacher’s Tale) Examine some of the principal means by which Hogg presents the theme of divine justice in The Cameronian Preacher’s Tale and in either The Brownie of the Black Haggs or The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner.     31.     Joyce Discuss Joyce’s use of narrative voice in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and in any two of the short stories from Dubliners. 32.      Stevenson Discuss Stevenson’s treatment of the theme of guilt and punishment in The Master of Ballantrae and in one of the other specified short stories. 33.      Waugh “Brideshead Revisited and A Handful of Dust are novels which explore unsuitable or doomed relationships.” Discuss Waugh’s treatment of “unsuitable or doomed relationships” in both of the specified novels. PROSE NON-FICTION     34.     “The unexamined life is not worth living.” (Socrates)          Compare and contrast the ways in which any two of the specified writers examine aspects of their lives.     35.     “To convey the atmosphere of a particular place or event, just remember all the detail, remarkable and unremarkable . . .”

Discuss some of the ways in which any two of the specified writers make use of “detail, remarkable and unremarkable” to convey atmosphere.


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