1. ADRIENNE RICH AND SYLVIA PLATH
- Major Themes in Adrienne Rich's Poetry
- Critical Appreciation of 'Diving into the Wreck'
- Critical Appreciation of 'Aunt Jennifer's Tigers'
- Critical Appreciation of 'Final Notation'
- Major Themes in Sylvia Plath's Poetry
- Critical Appreciation of 'Morning Song'
- Critical Appreciation of 'Poppies in October'
- Critical Appreciation of 'The Bee Meeting'
2. RICHARD WILBUR AND JOHN ASHBERY
- Richard Wilbur As a Modern Poet
- Critical Appreciation of 'Still, Citizen Sparrow'
- Critical Appreciation of 'After the Last Bulletin'
- Critical Appreciation of 'Marginalia'
- John Ashbery As a Modern Poet
- Major Themes in John Ashbury's Poetry
- Critical Appreciation of 'Melodic Train'
- Critical Appreciation of 'The Painter'
3. MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA BY EUGENE O' NEIL
- 'Mourning Becomes Electra' As a Tragedy
- Eugene O' Neil's Tragic Vision
- Character Sketch of Electra
- Symbolism in 'Mourning Becomes Electra'
- Major Themes in 'Mourning Becomes Electra'
- Relationship Between the Mother and Daughter
4. THE CRUCIBLE BY ARTHUR MILLER
- Major Thematic Concerns in 'The Crucible'
- Theme of Individual and Society in 'The Crucible'
- Symbolic Significance of the Title 'The Crucible'
- Puritanism in 'The Crucible'
- Character Sketch of John Proctor
- Character Sketch of Abigail
5. FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS BY HEMINGWAY
- Hemingway's Style -- Fictional Technique
- Major Thematic Concerns in 'For Whom the Bell Tolls'
- Concept of Ritual and Morality in 'For Whom the Bell Tolls'
- Robert Jordan As a Tragic Hero
- Motives Behind Jordan's Sacrifice
- Relationship Between Jordan and Maria
6. JAZZ BY TONI MORRISON
- Major Themes in 'Jazz'
- Symbolic Significance of the Title 'Jazz'
- Female Characters in 'Jazz'
- Character Sketch of Violet
- Characters of Dorcas and Felice
- City As a Character in 'Jazz'