Dramatical Literature Essay Examples and Topics

Innocence and Justice: The Comparison of Characters from Shen Congwen and Huang Chun-ming’s Works

The paper argues that the female character described in Shen Congwen’s “Hsiao-hsiao” can be compared with the male character of Huang Chun-ming’s “The Drowning of an Old Cat” because of the observed similarities in the characters’ visions of innocence and justice. It is important to focus on this issue because the comparison of the female […]

The Entrepreneurial State by Mariana Mazzucato

Introduction The book titled The Entrepreneurial State is a recent publication, having been published in 2013. The book was published by Anthem Press. It is authored by Mariana Mazzucato, one of the key figures in the debate surrounding various economic issues in contemporary society. In the book, Mazzucato seeks to unravel the disparities between the […]

Bound for Glory as Autobiography: A Long Way Home

The art of representing a person, let alone their work, is not an easy ask to pull off, which is the reason why so many biographers fail to create a proper image of a particular person. When it comes to the analysis of a person’s life and accomplishments, one might give more credit to an […]

Human Soul in the Story “Heart of Darkness” by Joseph Conrad

An important aspect of any story is the setting that the reader can imagine. The atmosphere that is created, very much adds to the general theme and the relationship between the characters and the surrounding environment. “Heart of Darkness” is a story where the setting plays a great role in the development of events and […]

Ha Jin’s ‘The Bridegroom’ and Kazuo Ishiguro’s ‘A Family Supper’

Nowadays, it is becoming increasingly clear to more and more people throughout the world that the ongoing process of Globalization doesn’t only have strictly economic, but also psychological connotations. That is, the earlier mentioned process affects the manner in which individuals perceive the surrounding reality and their place in it. This, of course, causes many […]

History of the Peloponnesian War. Book Review

This article focuses on the role played by inequality and morality in international politics based on Thucydides’ depictions of the Athenians Book Review Because of globalization, international politics has lost its potential for moral relationships and virtuous action. Many argue that the growth of self-consciousness with freedom has disintegrated into pure self-centeredness, objectification, and instrumentality […]

Sasenarine Persaud, “Canada Geese and Apple Chutney”

Immigrants have some common experiences that include uncertainty, fear and hope. Literatures on immigrants are mostly about racism, separation, and fraud. Caribbean fiction stories also draw ideas from this perspective writing about immigrants. Some of the ideas in Caribbean short stories are about local dialect, trade, culture and racial tensions between Northern and Southern worlds. […]

In Pursuit of Excellence

Terry Orlick’s book In Pursuit of Excellence is primarily intended for professional athletes who strive to attain the best results. However, it can also be of great interest to people who want to achieve success in a certain professional area that may not be related to sports. Furthermore, this book can benefit to people who […]

The European Colonization of Africans in Achebe’s Book “Things fall apart”

Introduction Chinua Achebe published the book “Things fall apart” in 1958. The book’s theme is a description of the European colonization of Africans from an African perspective. The main character is Okonkwo who is a warrior and the village hero. It clearly describes arrival of missionaries in the Igbo community near the end of nineteenth […]

Personal Identify and Self-Reflection in The Death of Ivan Ilyich

In the novella The Death of Ivan Ilyich, Leo Tolstoy explores the experiences of a person who has to re-evaluate his entire life and his relations with other people. The protagonist is confronted the fact of his inevitable death, and this awareness prompts him to reflect on his identity as well his value for others. […]

Style as Character Insight: The Use of Irony and Free Indirect Discourse in Jane Austen’s Major Works

Introduction No work of art achieves permanence unless its creator imbues it with a unique individual style that solidifies its value across cultures and across time. Truly, art would not exist without style. According to Susan Sontag, the earliest experiences of humankind reflected art as “incantatory, magical. Art was an agent of ritual” (65). This […]

A Review of “Lyrics Abbey” by Leila Aboulela

This paper is aimed at reviewing the novel Lyrics Abbey written by Leila Aboulela. This book was published in 2011. To a great extent, the work reflects significant social and political changes within the Arab world. The author focuses on the life of a well-to-do Sudanese family and the way in which these people are […]

“Forty Fortunes” Fairy Tale

The fairy tale ‘Forty Fortunes’ has its origin in Iran and revolves around Ahmed, a poor man who follows the advice of his wife. The wife advises him to get into different professions for him to earn more money. Although Ahmed understands that his wife’s advice is full of risks, he hesitantly agrees to follow […]

Fantasy in Murakami’s A Wild Sheep Chase

Introduction Fantasy is the improbable or unrealistic supposition of a situation. The fictional stories of Murakami are characterized by incidents derived from the real world and consumer culture. He makes reference to names, places, novels and music. The protagonists in his novels are rooted in the ordinary such as the white-collar workers who keep their […]

Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde

Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, speaks about a person with a split personality. It tells of a person leading two parallel ways of life. At one time, he is a being but at other times, he has a different personality all together. At one time, he is a human, exhibiting human […]

The Importance of Virgil in the Inferno

Introduction In the Inferno, Virgil is a guide and the voice of reason in the poem. He serves the purpose of reinforcing Dante’s Christian responsibilities in his pilgrimage. If it were not for his contribution, the journey may have overwhelmed Dante. Virgil’s role Virgil is highly knowledgeable about many aspects of hell. Without him, Dante […]

Birth by Marjorie Oludhe Macgoye

Place is a simple term as pronounced and written. However, it can never be overlooked in any artwork because it carries a lot of meaning. The writer informs readers what he/she thinks is right based on the place. It starts with having an experience of a certain place and observing it carefully. Just as the […]

The book ‘Just kids’ by Patti Smith

Patti Smith grew up in a poor family but her parents showed her the parental love that children deserve. Despite the fact that she dropped out of college, her knowledge for symbolic poetry was admirable. She spent most of her youthful years trying to discover herself. She dreamt of becoming a star as opposed to […]

Gustave Flaubert

The introduction: the writer’s masterpiece or how Flaubert’s career started First of all, I would like to point out that the novel, which brought popular French writer fame was written in 1857. It was Madame Bovary. Generally, the impact of the writer’s book on the critics’ opinion is quite ambiguous. The novel brought the writer […]

Chinua Achebe: Things Fall Apart

Introduction ‘Things Fall Apart’, is story written by Chinua Achebe in 1958. It talks of the social and cultural aspects of pre-colonial Africa and the effects of western civilizations (Ogbaa xv). The author criticizes imperialism and British colonization. It is a tragic story where the protagonist is Okonkwo. It talks of a man named Okonkwo, […]

Analysis of the Joseph Conrad’s Novel “Heart of Darkness”

Introduction In his novel, “Heart of Darkness”, Joseph Conrad uses Marlow as the protagonist and at the same time authenticates his dynamic character. Marlow is an introspective youth in his early thirties. As an adventurous British man, he ends up in Congo, Africa, where he learns that darkness, evilness, and exploitation are some of the […]

What Makes Don Quixote a Parody of Chivalric Romance

Introduction This essay analyzes Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes. It outlines the main characters, themes, and questions raised by the author. The novel is a masterpiece that is known all over the world. Since its first publication, more than 277 years ago, it has remained one of the favorites of university students and those […]