The Theme of Alienation in The Count of Monte Cristo, Invisible Man, Steppenwolf, Not Like Other Boys, and The Outsiders.
The Merriam Webster dictionary defines alienation as "a withdraw or separation of a person or a person's affections from an object or position of former attachment." (Merriam Webster Dictionary, "alienation") As one explores literature related to the topic of alienation, one discovers profound patterns that seem to persist in each story. The relationship between an individual, his/her peers, and his/her environment are directly dependent upon the existence of that individual in that society. Complications resulting in the drift of an individual's ability to function with soc…
- Romeo and juliet and the theme of death
- The Theme of Alienation in The Count of Monte Cristo, Invisible Man, Steppenwolf, Not Like Other Boys, and The Outsiders.
- The Theme Of Blindness in King Lear
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