The actual story is too complicated to briefly summarize, so trust the numbers and read this play before taking the test.
The main theme of is to provide a psychological analysis of the young Raskolnikov’s crime to reveal how this psychological analysis itself keeps us imprisoned.
It relentlessly discusses slavery and racism and the hypocrisy of civilized society.
Consider the Mississippi River a symbol for remaining in the middle of the road on issues of race and use that to inform your reading of is universally accepted as an expansive, masterful work of fiction.
Start your AP English Lit Exam Prep today It could be of use to you to compartmentalize your reading list in terms of time period. Many of the most frequently cited literary works from 1971 to 2014 were written by Lost Generation, World War I era, authors.
Not only is this an interesting time period that seems to be receiving more attention as the years draw on, many of the following titles from this era reflect the distinct American voice in literature in a lyrical, interesting, and unique way.
Read Dickens’ is a brutal play containing themes ranging from familial love and duty to anger and deception.
It’s a play that provides you with many different elements of story to discuss as well as elements of style.
This is the most frequently referenced title on the AP English Literature reading list at 26 citations since 1971.
is a good example of Gothic Romanticism that deals heavily with questions of emotion and violence.