Tag: text analyser

a christmas carol

A Christmas Carol text analyser

A Christmas Carol was first published 169 years ago, on 19 December 1843. It tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, a bad-tempered skinflint who hates Christmas and all it stands for, and his transformation after a ghostly visitor pays Scrooge a visit one Christmas Eve.  A Christmas Carol was met with instant success and was […]

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A Very Short Introduction to English Literature: text analyser

A Very Short Introduction to English Literature: text analyser

Explore the text of English Literature: A Very Short Introduction, by Jonathan Bate. In this text analyser you can explore the ways in which Bate covers different types of literature, poetry, and novels. The frequency of the words found in Bate’s fascinating book will not come as a surprise, but key words such as ‘Shakespeare’ […]

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The Ladies’ Paradise interactive text analyser

The Ladies' Paradise Text Analyser

The final episode of The Paradise – a major drama series on BBC 1 – aired last night in the UK. Adapted from Émile Zola’s novel The Ladies’ Paradise (Au Bonheur des Dames) and set against the backdrop of the spectacular rise of the department store in the 1860s and 70s, the story follows the fortunes […]

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Wuthering Heights interactive text analyser

Wuthering Heights

Explore the text of the Oxford World’s Classics edition of Emily Brontë’s masterpiece, and only novel, Wuthering Heights. Through the text analyser, you’ll be able to explore the relationships, love triangles, and bitter rivalries of one of the most revered novels of all time. Key words, such as ‘love’, ‘ghost’, ‘wind’, and ‘snow’ have been […]

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Pride and Prejudice interactive text analyser

Pride and Prejudice

It is a truth universally acknowledged that Pride and Prejudice is one of Jane Austen’s best-known love stories, and one of the nation’s favourite novels, achieving second place in the BBC’s Big Read Top 100. You may think you know this novel inside out; you may know how many times Mr. Collins was asked to […]

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