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DANIEL DEFOE
a.Characterize the title hero and his adventures in R.C.
b.What special techniques of writing did Defoe use to make his novel credible?
c. Sources of inspiration,themes, motifs and symbols in R.C.

2. G. CHAUCER
a.What social and human types are presented in The Canterbury Tales?
b.Cant.Tales- a realistic presentation of the Middle Ages.
c. The social image of the Middle Ages presented in Cant. Tales.

3. W. SHAKESPEARE
a.Hamlet, the tragic hero;
b.Hamlet, a Renaissance prince;
c.Hamlet, a Shakespearean tragedy.

4. JOHN MILTON
a. How does Milton recreate the religious myth in 'Paradise.Lost..'?
b.Which is Milton's religious approach in 'Paradise.Lost..?'
c. What is the importance of the artistic values?

5. CHARLES DICKENS
a. The image of the child;
b.D.C., a Victorian Realistic novel; common elements of C.D. and David;
c.the Victorian Age in D.C.- presentation.

6. EMILY BRONTE
a. Wuthering Heights: the reflection of the countryside in point of the characters; the rural England;
b.Describe the main characters: the image of the new Victorian woman;
c.State the importance of the novel in the Victorian Age;
7. V.WOOLF
a.What is the symbol of the lighthouse in the novel?
b.How would you characterize V. Woolf's method of narration and innovations in fiction?
c.What are the Modern devices used and her ideas on art and time?

8. JAMES JOYCE
James Joyce, a Modern writer;

9. F. SCOTT FITZGERALD
a.What is the main theme of 'The Great Gatsby' and how it is treated?
b.The Jazz Age's reflection in Gatsby;
c.What is the symbolism of the characters.

10. ERNEST HEMINGWAY


a.Explain the fight between man and nature in The Old Man and the Sea;
b.The narrative of Hemingway and his Realism;
c. The relationship between the theme of the novel and its writing style.