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    Daphne, who chose this new name for herself after being unfortunately named Ermintrude, grows up in patriarchal English traditions that are very different to those she discovers on the island. At...

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    The major themes of Nation by Terry Pratchett include cultural interactions, the role of myth in shaping society, the nature of leadership, and the question of conflict resolution. In many ways,...

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    At the beginning of their relationship, Mau and Daphne literally cannot understand each other. They come from completely different cultures and parts of the world, and they speak different...

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    Plot, of course, combines a few very specific elements together: the exposition (when we learn about the characters and setting), the inciting incident (sometimes called the conflict, when we...

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    This question is rather wide and open to more than one interpretation. However, for the purposes of simplicity, I will refer to important details onboard the Cutty Wren (the ship that has the hopes...

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    Sir Terry Pratchett's 2008 novel Nation is a fantasy novel set, by the author's own explanation, in an alternate universe, but it serves to highlight and examine many actions, reactions, and...

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