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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
20th February 2017 | Author: "Reviews"

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a popular high school book report topic. For those who are not familiar with Mark Twain's novel that first introduced the reader to the character of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn opens with a summary of what preceded it in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. The two novels take place along the Mississippi River, which serves as an additional character in the story, in the town of St. Petersburg, Missouri. The reader learns of a large sum of money Huckleberry Finn, an orphan, came into at the end of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn begins with Finn, who has been adopted by The Widow Douglas and her sister Miss Watson, being “civilized” via schooling and church. . . . .

Across Five Aprils
19th February 2017 | Author: "Reviews"

There are two obvious routes a book report on Irene Hunt's Civil War era novel, Across Five Aprils, can take: one, focus on the hardships of the Civil War and how they are interconnected with the hardships of the protagonist's family; two, focus on how the war propels Jethro's journey from boy to man. Across Five Aprils opens prior to the Civil War and focuses on how the war changes its idealistic protagonist, Jethro Creighton, who tends his family's farm in Illinois. When the war begins three of Jethro's brothers enlist. Jethro's brother Bill causes a stir by joining the Confederacy, while the other two brothers remain in the Union. Later Jethro's remaining brother also joins the Union, along with Jethro's teacher and friend, Shadrach. . . . .

Absalom, Absalom!
18th February 2017 | Author: "Reviews"

For the purposes of a book report, it is important to analyze Absalom, Absalom! from the perspective of the four characters narrating the story. Because each narrator comes to the story with his or her own prejudices, none of them is one hundred percent reliable. Determining which character is narrating is one of the most challenging aspects of reading Absalom, Absalom! The four characters who narrate the story are Rosa Coldfield, Quentin Compson, Quentin's father, Mr. Compson, and Quentin's Harvard roommate, Shreve. The legend of Thomas Sutpen is the topic of each of the narrators' stories in Absalom, Absalom! . . . .

How to Write Book Report Assignments
17th February 2017 | Author: "bookreport"

A book report is a brief essay containing four or more paragraphs of description and analysis of either a fiction or a non-fiction book. All students need to know how to write book reports. Professors assign them to make sure students are doing the required reading for a class, to get students thinking about and analyzing the books they read, and to make sure they know how to write book reports. . . . .

Book Report Example
16th February 2017 | Author: "bookreport"

When one is faced with a new assignment, such as a book report, examples to model and learn from are available via Web search. Locating a well-written book report example online and using it as a basis for one's own book report can streamline the process. Here are some tips for evaluating book report examples online. . . . .

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