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A Clockwork Orange
23rd October 2014 | Author: "Reviews"

A book report on Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange would note that it takes place in futuristic London. The protagonist and narrator of the story is fifteen year-old Alex, the leader of a gang of hoodlums (also including Georgie, Dim and Pete). London has become a city overcome by youth violence, complacent citizens, and a controlling government. The novel open in Korova Milkbar, where Alex and his gang frequently hang out and partake in drug-laced milk. The boys are planning an evening of crime. In short summary, the boys get into a fight with Billyboy, who leads a rival gang, and eventually steal a car and drive to the countryside. They come upon a cottage where a man and his wife live. The man has written a book called A Clockwork Orange, which gives a summary of how the government of today's London works and denounces the infringement on the free will of human beings. The gang caps off their evening crime spree by brutally raping the man's wife and forcing him to watch. . . . .

Getting Book Report Help
22nd October 2014 | Author: "bookreport"

When seeking book report help there are a number of resources a student can turn to. The most obvious person to turn to for book report help is the instructor. Not only can he or she better explain the assignment, but the required elements can be discussed in greater detail. Instructors who assign book reports help students constantly so don't be afraid to seek additional guidance if it's needed. . . . .

The Grapes of Wrath
21st October 2014 | Author: "Reviews"

Most students at one time or another will write a book report on John Steinbeck's depression-era novel, The Grapes of Wrath. Book summaries usually begin with the Oklahoma dust bowl, which ruins crops and later leads to the ruin of families whose farms are foreclosed, forcing them to leave home to find work. The struggles of the migratory workers during the Great Depression are evidenced through the Joad family. The first member of the Joad family introduced by Steinbeck is Tom Joad, a man in his late twenties and recently released from prison for murdering a man during a fight. Having just been released, Tom is hitchhiking back to his family's Oklahoma farm. During his travels he meets up with Jim Casy, a preacher he knew from his childhood. Casy gives Tom a summary of what he's been up to, that he's no longer a preacher, but sees the holiness in all people and the interconnectedness of humankind. Casy and tom decide to travel together to the Joad farm. . . . .

Non-Fiction Book Report Writing
20th October 2014 | Author: "bookreport"

A non-fiction book report will differ from book reports on fictional stories because the subject matter is based entirely on fact as opposed to being fabricated. While some fictional stories may take place in real settings or be based on actual events, non-fiction book reports will cover stories that adhere to what really happened. . . . .

The Basics of Writing a Book Report
19th October 2014 | Author: "bookreport"

Writing a book report is rarely something students look forward to, but if done properly, the grade received will make doing it properly well worth the effort. Writing a book report that impresses the instructor all starts with the book itself. If the book isn't fully understood then it will be next to impossible to start writing book reports about the intricacies of the contents. . . . .

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