1. BARCHESTER TOWERS BY ANTHONY TROLLOPE
- Major Thematic Concerns in 'Barcherster Towers'
- The Setting in 'Barchester Towers'
- Trollope's Art of Characterization
- Trollope's Humour and Style
- 'Barcherster Towers' As a Picture of Common Life
- Trollope As a Male Jane Austen
- Character Sketch of Mr. Slope
- Character Sketch of Signora Neroni
2. PRIDE AND PREJUDICE BY JANE AUSTEN
- Significance of the Title "Pride and Prejudice"
- Plot of "Pride and Prejudice"
- Theme of Love and Marriage in "Pride and Prejudice"
- Character of Elizabeth Bennet
- Male Characters in "Pride and Prejudice"
- Irony in "Pride and Prejudice"
- Jane Austen As a Moralist
- Jane Austen's Limited Range
3. ADAM BEDE BY GEORGE ELIOT
- Major Thematic Concerns in ' Adam Bede'
- Psychological Realism in 'Adam Bede'
- Ending of 'Adam Bede'
- George Eliot's Narrative Technique
- George Eliot's Art of Characterization
- Character Sketch of Adam Bede
- Character Sketch of Dinnah Morris
- Character Sketch of Hetty Sorrel
4. A TALE OF TWO CITIES BY CHARLES DICKENS
- Significance of the Title "A Tale of Two Cities"
- Symbolism in "A Tale of Two Cities"
- Theme of Death and Resurrection in "A Tale of Two Cities"
- Character of Sydney Carton
- Conflict of Interests and Clash of Characters in "A Tale of Two Cities"
- Dickens' Narrative Technique and Style in "A Tale of Two Cities"
- Autobiographical Elements in "A Tale of Two Cities"
- "A Tale of Two Cities" As a Social Novel in Political
5. THE RETURN OF THE NATIVE BY THOMAS HARDY
- 'The Return of the Native' As a Tragedy
- Role of Fate and Chance in 'The Return of the Native
- 'The Return of the Native' As a Study of Disillusionment
- Fatalistic Elements in 'The Return of the Native'
- Significance of Edgon Heath
- Character Sketch of Eustacia Vye
- Character Sketch of Clym Yeobright
- Hardy's Tragic Vision and Pessimism