Essay on Summer Reading

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Claudia Mascina AP English Literature Summer Reading Assignment 1. Throughout The Jungle, many of Sinclair’s characters are not versatile or convincing characters as they are representing the force of the immigrant workers as a whole. The characteristics of Jurgi’s characters are made to make him more entreating towards the overall average American reader, which at the start of the novel; he has absolutely no unpleasant traits. He’s shown to be young, strong, optimistic, energetic, devoted to his family, and rabid about his new country. There’s a second child, the daughter of the Bennet family, and also the most intellectual and perceptive, Elizabeth is the protagonist of Pride and Prejudice who happens to be a well-known female character in English Literature. In the novel, Heart of Darkness, Marlow is a problematic man who assumes the characters of top modernism which also does reflect his Victorian ancestors. 2. In The Jungle, it is alleged that what pursues is witnessed or learned by Jurgi’s, but his perspective, let alone, vanishes in the consecutive argument. When love conquers over pride in social status for Darcy, it conquers over prejudice for Elizabeth. All of Elizabeth’s family and friends believe that she doesn’t like Darcy, asking her if she is just getting married for love. Towards the end, in Austen, even with the undeniably understanding social issues of class, money, and practicality, that is the question which is always proven to be the most important. (Pride and Prejudice) The other men who were casted on the Nellie are the type of men who aid economically from imperialism. Marlow has profited off mostly experientially, while his “truth” most likely is more intelligent than that of his own acquaintances or Kurtz’s Intended, it may not legitimize the cost of its own gain. (Heart of Darkness) 3. “Jurgi’s Rudkus and Ona Lukoszaite, a young man and woman who have recently immigrated to Chicago from Lithuania, hold their wedding feast at a bar in an area of Chicago known as Packingtown.”(The Jungle) “The news that a wealthy young gentleman named Charles Bingley has rented the manor of Netherfield Park causes a great stir in the nearby village of Longbourn, especially in the Bennet household.”(Pride and Prejudice) “Heart of Darkness centers around Marlow, an introspective