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List of works analysed in this website with links

Listed alphabetically and by genre. Most often, the analysis is relatively complete as regards the concerns of this website; sometimes only fragments are analysed.

 
Author
Title
Kind of work
1 Queen "The Show Must Go On" pop song
2 William Shakespeare Midsummer Night's Dream play
3

Harold Pinter

The Caretaker

play
4

Carol Anne Duffy

“Mrs Lazarus” poem
5 Robert Frost "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" poem
6

Percy Bysshe Shelley

“Ozymandias” poem
7

Alfred Lord Tennyson

“The Eagle” poem
8

Edward Thomas

“Adlestrop” poem
9

W. B. Yeats

“An Irishman Foresees His Death”

poem
10

Angela Carter

“The Lady of the House of Love” short story
11

Guy de Maupassant

“Le Horla” short story
12

George Orwell

“Shooting an Elephant”

short story (non-fiction)

13

Edgar Allan Poe

“The Fall of the House of Usher” short story
14

Joseph Conrad

Heart of Darkness novella
15

Henry James

Daisy Miller novella
16

R. L. Stevenson

Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde novella
17

Oscar Wilde

The Picture of Dorian Gray novella
18

Dan Brown

The Da Vinci Code (I) novel
19 Dan Brown The Da Vinci Code (II) novel
20

George Orwell

1984 novel
21

J. K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone novel [inside this webpage there are more webpages on Harry Potter]
22 J. K. Rowling The Centaurs in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone novel
23

Swift, Graham

Waterland (I) novel
24 Swift, Graham Waterland (II) novel
25 David Hume From A Treatise of Human Nature philosophical text
26

Immanuel Kant

From “Was ist Aufklärung” (What is Enlightenment) philosophical text
27

Tzvetan Todorov

Columbus on the Indians in La Conquête de l’Amerique (The Conquest of America) antrhopological text
28

Cristoph Gans

Le Pacte de Loups (Brotherhood of the Wolves) movie [part of a different web page]
29

Tim Burton

Sleepy Hollow movie [inside this webpage there are more webpages on Tim Burton]
30

Francis Ford Coppola

Bram Stoker’s Dracula movie [part of a different web page]

 

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