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  1. The £1,000,000 Bank Note by Mark Twain - summary

    Brother B disagreed and they had a �20,000 bet on it. Since this book was written in 1893 I am assuming that �1,000,000 is an extreamly large amount of money. This part of the book is when the story is set, and the reader is informed of the storyline while the main charicter is not. The book begins with a humours start which make you think what is going to happen next. You feel a little hatred towards the two brothers because they seem to be arogent and don't really care much for the man but see him as a simple tool of which they can get amusment from.

    • Word count: 4093
  2. Explore Maria Edgeworth's use of the theme of names and titles within Castle Rackrent which may help the reader to understand the theme of social ranking or inequality in Ireland at the time in which the novel was written.

    directed chiefly against Roman Catholics but also against Protestant nonconformists.'1 These undemocratic restrictions denied the catholic majority of the island basic rights such as the right to vote, own land or stand in parliament. The consequence of this was that the Anglo - Irish held an iron grip on the running of the country and many of Ireland's people lived in immense poverty and depravation. The vast majority of people on the Island were suffering serious disenfranchisement in terms of political rights.

    • Word count: 4151

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