Analysis Of Richard IIi And Anthem

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Introduction

The individual and the group, can their ability to either coexist or be at odds with each

other? As in many famous or popular novels and films of out time, the individuals and

the groups are considered as the forefront of each story. No matter what types they

are, the individuals and the groups is more or less represented in those literary works.

In most cases, those books and films will present the conflict between the individuals

and the groups. The appearance of the conflict between the individuals and the groups

is on the background of times and is the requirement of certain history period.

Without this conflict, stories would be tedious and boring.

As a consequence, the essay pays attention to the notions of the individuals and the

groups by comparing two novels – Richard III and Anthem. The essay aims to

identify the two novels’ describing regarding the debate over individuals and groups.

In order to achieve this goal, the author will firstly analyze the notion of individuals

and groups in both novels. By comparing those notions, the essay will point out which

novel or which part captures the most accurate understanding of individuals and

groups.

1 The notion of individuals and groups in Richard III

Richard III is a historical play by William Shakespeare. It is well known because of

Richard the Third’s tragedy. There exists a lot of argument and controversy regarding

the individuals and the groups of Richard III. In common…
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