The Portrayal of Post-Berlin Wall Destruction in Rose Tremain’s The Beauty of The Dawn Shift

Posted on July 27, 2012

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In the fifth semester I’ve made this paper. This entry is basically my correction and revision to that previous paper. I submitted this Rose Tremain’s analysis to my department’s yearly journal but unfortunately did not get selected. I added an abstract and a little bit introduction on the beginning of the content.

The Portrayal of Post-Berlin Wall Destruction in
Rose Tremain’s The Beauty of The Dawn Shift

(Sociological Approach)

Abstract

A lot of literary works are based on historical events. They can be an excellent inspiration to the writers. Most of the time, the writers take this advantage by utilizing historical phenomena to spread their insights and ideologies. This paper elaborates Rose Tremain’s intention in The Beauty of The Dawn Shift in relation to her social environment and ideologies.

Keywords: ideology, intention, Post-Berlin Wall destruction, Rose Tremain, Sociological approach, The Beauty of The Dawn Shift

The rest of this paper can be downloaded here.

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