Category: Famous

  • Of Mice and Men – Complete Summary

    Of Mice and Men – Complete Summary

    The bus carrying two migrant labourers, George and Lennie, stopped many miles away from the California farm where they were supposed to begin their work shifts. They were allowed to get off the bus. George is a short, dark-skinned man who has been described as having “sharp, robust features.” His friend Lennie is the polar […]

  • The Scarlet Letter – Complete Summary

    The Scarlet Letter – Complete Summary

    In the beginning of “The Scarlet Letter,” there is a lengthy prelude that explains how the novel came to be written. The narrator, who shall remain unidentified, worked as a surveyor at the customhouse in Salem, Massachusetts. In the attic of the customs house, he found a number of documents, one of which was a […]

  • Lord of the Flies – Complete Summary

    Lord of the Flies – Complete Summary

    A plane carrying a number of British schoolboys fleeing the conflict is brought down over a desolate tropical island as it is in the process of evacuating them. Ralph and Piggy are the ones who find a conch shell on the beach, and Piggy is the one who has the bright idea that they could […]

  • Great Expectations – Complete Summary

    Great Expectations – Complete Summary

    Pip, a young orphan who lives in the marshes of Kent with his sister and her husband, spends an evening in the graveyard looking at the tombstones of his parents. Pip and his sister’s husband live in the marshes of Kent. Suddenly, an escaped convict emerges from behind a gravestone, grabs Pip, and instructs him […]

  • The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Complete Summary

    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Complete Summary

    The events that took place in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, the book that came before The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, are summarised in the first chapter of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. The town of St. Petersburg, Missouri, which is located on the banks of the Mississippi River, serves as the setting for both […]

  • A Tale of Two Cities – Complete Summary

    A Tale of Two Cities – Complete Summary

    It is the year 1775, and both France and England are experiencing widespread social unrest. The Dover mail-coach is stopped by Jerry Cruncher, an odd-job man who works for Tellson’s Bank. Jerry Cruncher has an important message for Jarvis Lorry. The message tells Lorry to wait at Dover for a young woman, and in response, […]

  • Emma Book – Complete Summary

    Emma Book – Complete Summary

    Emma Woodhouse, a precocious twenty-year-old resident of the village of Highbury, believes that she is inherently skilled in conjuring love connections, despite the fact that she is persuaded that she will never marry herself. As a result of Emma’s self-proclaimed success in arranging a marriage between her governess and Mr. Weston, a widower in the […]

  • Dracula – Complete Summary

    Dracula – Complete Summary

    In order to finalise a real estate deal with a nobleman known as Count Dracula, a young English barrister called Jonathan Harker travels to the nation of Transylvania, which is located in Eastern Europe. While there, he stays at Castle Dracula. As Harker makes his way across the gorgeous countryside, the local villagers caution him […]

  • The Count of Monte Cristo – Complete Summary

    The Count of Monte Cristo – Complete Summary

    Edmond Dantès, who is only nineteen years old, already has what appears to be the ideal life. He is going to be promoted to the position of captain of a ship, he is betrothed to a lovely and generous young lady named Mercédès, and the majority of the people who know him hold a favourable […]

  • The Odyssey – Complete Summary

    The Odyssey – Complete Summary

    After the destruction of Troy ten years ago, the Greek hero Odysseus has not yet returned to his kingdom in Ithaca. This has been a source of great concern for the people of Ithaca. Penelope, the wife of Odysseus, is still the object of attention from a huge and boisterous group of suitors who have […]