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Essay heading: World Literature Essay
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Date added: August 7, 1999
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The word ?blue' may connote ?blues' or sadness felt by the protagonist. Thus the setting distances the protagonist's expectation from reality, and puts him in a world where he cannot relate to anyone, for ?everyone looked on him with malicious interest.' In this regard, the setting of the novels alienates the protagonists...
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He sees barrenness, ?wastelands both outside and inside' his body. On the upfront, women in The Trial and The thief and the dogs come across as being docile, and acquiescing ?creatures' . However, they have a much deeper role in the novels. In The thief and the dogs, Said Mahran seeks asylum from his ?enemy's friends' , in Nur's house...
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