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Hawthrone and his market &Chetan Bhagat and his market


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Hawthrone and his market &Chetan Bhagat and his market

  1. 1. Name – Parmar Shubhda A. Paper – 8 (Cultural Studies) Topic – Hawthorne and his market Chetan Bhagat and his market Roll no – 32 Submitted to – S BGardiMaharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University Department of English
  2. 2. About Hawthorne American novelist Short story writer His works are considered of the Romantic movement
  3. 3. His works Novels Fanshawe The scarlet Letter The Blithedale Romance
  4. 4. Selected short story Young Good man Brown Twice Told Tales Grand Father’s Chair The Ambitious Guest
  5. 5. Why his market was down ?  Language in his works very high  Intellectual level is high  Themes not acceptable Human Sorrow Problem of Guilt PrideEvil Sin / Crime
  6. 6. Ralph Emerson wrote that, “Hawthrone ‘s reputation as a writer is a very pleasing fact, because his writing is not good for anything , and this is a tribute to the man” .
  7. 7.  Chetan Bhagat author of six blockbuster novels Five point Someone (2004) One Night @ The Call Centre (2005) The 3 Mistakes of My Life (2008) 2 States (2009) Revolution 2020 (2011) What Young India Wants (2012)
  8. 8. Popular motivational speaker Current affair Education Corporation Institutes
  9. 9. Why his market is up ?  How to sell the books smartly  He is not writing novels but writes novella  Youth is central theme  His books has given some messages  No complex sentences  No heavy language  Style of his promote work  “Entertainment is always first”
  10. 10. Movies based on books
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  13. 13. Conclusion “Once you taste failure , you have no fear, You can take risks more easily . Then you don’t want to struggle in your comfort zone Anymore- you are ready to fly .” Chetan Bhagat