3. IMPORTANT QUESTIONS - NOVEL
1. Major Thematic Concerns in 'Barcherster Towers'
2. The Setting in 'Barchester Towers'
3. Trollope's Art of Characterization
4. Trollope's Humour and Style
5. 'Barcherster Towers' As a Picture of Common Life
6. Trollope As a Male Jane Austen
7. Character Sketch of Mr. Slope
8. Character Sketch of Signora Neroni
2. PRIDE AND PREJUDICE BY JANE AUSTEN
9. Significance of the Title "Pride and Prejudice"
10. Plot of "Pride and Prejudice"
11. Theme of Love and Marriage in "Pride and Prejudice"
12. Character of Elizabeth Bennet
13. Male Characters in "Pride and Prejudice"
14. Irony in "Pride and Prejudice"
15. Jane Austen As a Moralist
16. Jane Austen's Limited Range
3. ADAM BEDE BY GEORGE ELIOT
17. Major Thematic Concerns in 'Adam Bede'
18. Psychological Realism in 'Adam Bede'
19. Ending of 'Adam Bede'
20. George Eliot's Narrative Technique
21. George Eliot's Art of Characterization
22. Character Sketch of Adam Bede
23. Character Sketch of Dinnah Morris
24. Character Sketch of Hetty Sorrel
4. A TALE OF TWO CITIES BY CHARLES DICKENS
25. Significance of the Title "A Tale of Two Cities"
26. Symbolism in "A Tale of Two Cities"
27. Theme of Death and Resurrection in "A Tale of Two Cities"
28. Character of Sydney Carton
29. Conflict of Interests and Clash of Characters in "A Tale of Two Cities"
30. Dickens' Narrative Technique and Style in "A Tale of Two Cities"
31. Autobiographical Elements in "A Tale of Two Cities"
32. "A Tale of Two Cities" As a Social Novel in Political Background
5. THE RETURN OF THE NATIVE BY THOMAS HARDY
33. 'The Return of the Native' As a Tragedy
34. Role of Fate and Chance in 'The Return of the Native
35. 'The Return of the Native' As a Study of Disillusionment
36. Fatalistic Elements in 'The Return of the Native'
37. Significance of Edgon Heath
38. Character Sketch of Eustacia Vye
39. Character Sketch of Clym Yeobright
40. Hardy's Tragic Vision and Pessimism