So the scope of influence of language is both verbal and intellectual. Therefore, the progress and continuity of language are linked to the continuity of literature.
Thousands of years ago people knew that the Earth is flat, hundred years ago people knew that the Earth is the center of the Universe, at present, people think that they may be not the [...]
When it comes to production and costume design "Memoirs of a Geisha" is one of the most beautiful-looking films in this modern age and time.
Through this book, Kozol tries to reach out to the human conscience and in his thought-provoking style, takes the reader on a journey into the lives of the poorest of poor children, shedding light on [...]
The novel shows the sea as a metaphor for the seducer and the gulf consciousness. The structure of the story or the plot was intricate and climactic.
As Bellah points out, the title of the poem is "The Road Not Taken" rather than "The Road Less Taken", which provides the first clue as to the author's original intentions and a different reading [...]
On the background of trivial worries, conversations, and desires, the main character acknowledges the relativeness of the meaning of life that is nothing more than a memory other people will have about an individual after [...]
Some believe that the literature of the ordinary man should comprise of an unadorned and pure story of the life of the common people as opposed to that of the nobility.
The application of imagery and symbolism in this piece of work begins with symbolization of the Old general depicts the reawakening of the characters upon being motivated by the actions of the other person.
Another man had returned out of the forest; a wiser one-" Dimmesdale finds it wise and peaceful to confess his sin. After giving his sermon, Dimmesdale stands on the scaffold and he tells the congregation [...]
One of the element that sets the song apart from not only the rest of Woody's songs but also from the rest of the songs regarding the phenomenon of the Great Depression and the Dust [...]
In the novel, the fictional village of West Egg is perhaps one of the key items that symbolize the life of the new millionaires in the city.
The phrase emphasizing on the age of the sheets is repeated to reinforce a negative attitude about the room. However, in the play the sun does not fall representing the destruction of hope in the [...]
In the introductory chapters, precise arguments are made on the background of the US' department of homeland security with an in-depth analysis of the process of evolution of the US' security infrastructure.
Every situation is individual and people and their actions are framed by the conditions and circumstances of their personal lives, as well as those of people in the close circle."The House on Mango Street" by [...]
From the novel, a reader is able to see the difference in culture between Sophie and her mother. The bravery and struggles of the Haitian women are passed down to Sophie through the love they [...]
The author of this novel, Kate Chopin, was brought up in an intellectual environment and was aware of the marital problems that were experienced during the Victorian period.'The Awakening' is a novel that is written [...]
He traces the journey of their notion of these languages from as early as the pre-Enlightenment period to the modern period. This move was driven by the belief that the native languages represented the fundamental [...]
The novel also introduces several facts that are difficult to place in the eighteenth century society including the roles of female missionaries in the spread of Christianity and the heroine who alters the fate of [...]
She is committed to realize her dreams and goes to the law school in her adulthood. In the first chapter, she shows frustration in the leadership of the country and demonstrates her passion and vision [...]
Fight Club is one of the narratives that effectively bring out the state of masculinity as well as the nature of masculinity in the modern western culture.
So, Alberta is considered to be the so-called symbolic character, as she is a reflection of all complicated issues in the novel.
As the young Dick strives in his street life, he is swallowed into the life of common ragamuffins in New York.
The authors organized the book as a collection of stories in which they depicted the personalities of the black stars with paying attention to their successes and role in the development of the movement.
From the name of the book, it is clear that the cardinal theme of the book is the American dream. This is contrary to the fact that she was pregnant and in a crack house.
The book is about the self and individuality of the people and how these have resulted to inequity in the society.
However, Sammy, the protagonist of the story, is among the pioneer who manages to oppose to the constructed system and prove to himself that he is able to express personal views on societal culture.
This is preceded by another voice that the narrator hears in her bedroom, but this time the voice is that of a man.
The boys were fascinated and infatuated with the girls and it was after 20 years that they told the story and tried to understand why the girls committed suicide. The reputation of the suburban was [...]
For instance, in the case where both the mole and the rat make comments to the toad that are full of women critics.
Hence, Faten's first appearance in the book allows the reader to understand the extent to which Faten is committed to her goals and faith: "She wore a gray, pilled sweater and an ankle-length denim skirt, [...]
One of them is the so-called mourner's diet or fasting which is aimed at showing the grief of the entire family at the loss of the father.
The Great Gatsby is a novel of vibrant characters, and paradox is one of the main themes of the book. Even though Daisy and Tom are married, Nick agrees to help Gatsby be with the [...]
This paper will focus on the title of the story "The Things They Carried" and how it acts as a guide to the meaning of the story.
He is a mysterious person, and no one exactly knows his origins and the ways he used to acquire his fortune.
Carol Padden and Tom Humphries, the authors of the book, "Deaf in America: voices from a culture", state their intent in writing the book as that of presenting the culture of Deaf people in America.
The ideas of free will and the abilities to choose something in accordance with personal ideas and interests are considered to be one of the major ones in many Sartre's works and writing.
The American Dream play is an apologue of how American life has turned awry under the pretext of the American Dream.
There are numerous themes in "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson, but the most evident are the ideas of violence, devotion to traditions, and fear to change something due to the concurrence of circumstances.
This vision prevails in O'Connor and this is what she intends to present to her readers, this is what she wants the readers adhere.
In the book, the author uses various techniques to illustrate the American tall tale and reveal is message, and it is a striking depiction concerning the delusion of the people of America during the late [...]
The line-length is also uneven, ranging from dimeter in the third and second lines of the middle stanza to as long as pentameter in the final two lines of the poem.
The term atlas refer to the pillars of a society, that is the people who put a lot of effort and determination in their work but are exploited and are not rewarded according to their [...]
The peculiar feature of Baldwin's plot is the idea to use flashbacks and add to the plot more captivating details and facts.
According to the Ceremony, the word story refers to factors that contribute to the identification of a story. That means how different people usually narrate the same story to her In the novel Ceremony, storytelling [...]
One of the peculiar features of the work is the form chosen by the author. Just like a mule, Janie is forced to work in the field with her husband.
Prior to advancing any hypothesis about this issue, it is crucially important to understand the functions of the story-teller in any work of literature and discuss the personality of the narrator, who embodies certain stereotypes [...]
In the first stages of the conflict, Henry is dedicated to the war and is not interested in a love affair.
The novel was written at the time of the Spanish Civil War in 1940. The setting of the novel is estimated to be 1937; a period is characterized by the height of the war, hence, [...]
The play notes here that Rainsford loves hunting to the extent that he calls it the best sport in the world.
Melville in this novel brings out two strong opposing forces between the good and the evil and how the human race has continuously failed to make the right decision because of the fallen state of [...]
Illustrating the plights of African-Americans, Edward Jones' story, "lost in the city" describes the discontentment of Africans amid the White community.
All these characteristics of America during 1920 are evident and inherent in the main character, Jay Gatsby, in the novel The Great Gatsby. This is one of the themes in the novel The Great Gatsby.
Making such an observation shows that Jem is wise and has the knowledge to understand the ideas of racism in the community.
The feminist critique is an aspect that seeks to explore the topic of men domination in the social, economic, and political sectors.