Mabel Quiller-Couch

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  • Character Analysis Of Kenneth Grahame's The Wind In The Willows

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    aspects included social, psychological, and other components of the author's life. Within his book parts of his life included were the people from his life. These people were Kenneth Grahame’s father, his son Alastair, and his friend Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch. One of the people from his life who was transformed into a memorable character was his son Alastair. The Wind in the Willows was a novel based on bedtime stories about the character named Toad, the stories of which were told to Alastair in effort

  • Comparison Of The Arthurian Legend Of Tristan And Isoud

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    lovers in Le Morte D’Arthur, by Thomas Malory, to having a deeper purpose in Cornwall’s Wonderland, by Mabel Quiller Couch. Couch’s version of the tale provides perspective on not only what the couple goes through, but also makes the story relatable to her readers during the time of World War I and women’s rights being limited. World War I’s impact on people at the time is devastating and Couch knows that her audience is looking for an escape when reading, whereas Malory is simply telling a story