Scout does not realize the severity of many of the events of the book as they are taking place, and as such she is an innocent.
Through the words of the old man Hemingway tries to bring to the world his conviction that it is the purpose of every man to struggle in life and never surrender: "A man can be [...]
The theme of death and decay is constant throughout the story and the reader is reminded of it at every stage of Aschenbach's journey to his ultimate death.
The main element of the story is the gradual lowering of the protagonist into virtual insanity, punctuated with bouts of desperation and desire to be free and independent.
In the first place, the family house where Emily and her deceased father lived is one of the central symbolic images of the story.
The quote is indicative of the loneliness that Kurtz experiences and depicts the intensity of his emotions in being away from his homeland. The character of Kurtz conveys symbolism that is important in understanding his [...]
The timeframe of the story is relatively short, consisting of a day and a night of traveling from New York to Alabama, three days quickly summarized in Alabama and the beginning of the trip back [...]
However, in plays such as "The Miser," he also demonstrates he had a fine sense of the comic and had justly earned his contemporary reputation as France's jester."The Miser" is considered to be a romantic [...]
The story is not interesting to read and there is nothing left in the memory to share with others. The Beast in the Jungle is definitely not one of the stories to read twice.
The lives of the Mother and daughter can be interpreted in terms of a river that has fully developed from the formation to the old stage.
Many critics have generalized the version of the "Invisible Man" as the most influential novel of the Post World War II and the greatest literary work highlighting the extraordinary way the invisible black man strives [...]
The novel suggests closure through its exploration of the tragedy of Pecola, mediated within the frame of the Dick-and-Jane story, and its evocation of the marigold symbol to signify Claudia's passage from ignorance to knowledge.
The main part I like the most is the beginning of the novel when Jane Austin introduces Emma and her surrounding.
It is a certain kind of a code with the help of which the reader can decipher the author's message, the indirect way of emphasizing some facts referred to in the narration or alter the [...]
The creativity of the novelists causes the reader to imagine living in the book and walking in the shoes of the characters of the book and changing it based on the individual's imagination and emotions.
Thus, it is agreeable that Wendy's paper requires some polishing in order to bring out clarification on synthesis and analysis as well as inference of the plot.
The problem of non-adherence to the conventional role of a married woman becomes a paradigm for the analysis of the problems that are created in interrelated patterns.
The novel Life of Pi by Yann Martel is a captivating chef-d'oeuvre that features three main parts, which follow the life of Pi and a tiger that is referred to as Richard Parker.
According to the method, the traits that are important for the survival of the organism are preserved and passed on to future generations, while the traits that are not important are eliminated together with the [...]
The author makes it known to the audience that the character is essential to the story, and that arouses a sense of curiosity in the readers.
Analysis of the key features of each, finding the elements of the authors' signature styles and deducing the influence of modernism in the given works The shift of the emphasis from the depiction of events [...]
Because of a large variety of factors, starting with the complexity of the leadership model adopted by the head of the state, up to the structure of the society in question and the traditions of [...]
In this part, the stream of consciousness is used to tap the emotions of the reader about the tour to the western part of Ireland.
The means of narration within the story is one where the author attempts to convey to the reader the feelings of grief and despair felt by the unnamed narrator through a depiction of the events [...]
To this end, the poem highlights how Moodie felt on her arrival to the country and her acceptance of the fact that she would succeed in Canada and that it was impossible to go back [...]
Additionally, his immigrant status requires him to uphold the standards as well as the culture of the country that he lives in an aspect that portrays his hybrid identity.
Overall, it is possible to argue that the each of the protagonists has a very complex inner world, but it is revealed only to the readers, but to other people.
Of course, the unvoiced thought of the characters are presented, however, the main value of the Cunningham's novel is his opportunity to present the memories.
Interestingly, even though there is a narrator in the story, it is still intimate as the story is full of remarks and ideas which belong to the girl's mind. It is even possible to state [...]
It is notable that that the young American occupants of Vittulah tend to ignore the Scandinavian culture and assume their occupancy of the area as the most vital happening.
In developing the plot of the story, the author foreshadows the story's ending by talking about the black box and the black dot at the end of the story, which symbolized the person to be [...]
Henry James in his work "The Art of Fiction" and Joseph Conrad in his "The Task of the Artist" touched upon the problem of measuring the aesthetic value of a work of fiction by certain [...]
One of the deadly sins, according to Dante, is gluttony and in the Third Circle of "Inferno" "Gluttons are punished". In conclusion, it is possible to state that Dante, just as the majority of poets [...]
The theme that this discussion will zero on is on the one's self or rather individuality or the unit of self as it appears as a common theme in The Great Lawsuit by Margaret Fuller [...]
Magic In the opening of the play Prospero is the one who, had conjured the storm in a desire to entice his, brother Antonio and the king of Naples, Alonso.
A difficulty in literary criticism in negative terms refers to an element of writing that points to or indicative of a rift between a poet or an author and the reader.
As the paper unveils, the similarities in the use of symbolism in the in the three works is explored with the aim of understanding the effect that symbolism has on readers.
The novel, The Princess of Cleves, is actually a romance, but it also tells a lot about the history of France and the court of King Henri II, a lot of the characters in the [...]
When he pleads his case to the guardians of Honoria, his sister-in-law Marion, and her husband, he continually evades his escapades of the past and recounts his hard work and sincerity of the present.
One of the most notable aspects of how the motif of death reemerges throughout the entirety of Chopin's story, is the fact that the story's main character Mrs.
It can be seen in the case of Stella and Daisy wherein in their pursuit of what they think is their "ideal" love, they are, in fact, pursuing nothing more than a false ideal that [...]
On the one hand, there is a clear indication that blackberries as a symbol are used in the same way in both texts; in fact, the same words are used to describe the process of [...]
Despite the fact that in On the Streetcar and in Washington Square, the male characters attempt at and, in fact, succeed in seizing bower and taking the entire space of the novel, the female leads [...]
The symbol of the street-car carriage described in Emilia Pardo Bazan's short story reflects the desire of the people to represent themselves as belonging to the higher class and to overcome the challenges of the [...]
The book starts with a revelation of the first days of Gandhi and describes his aspirations as a lawyer. This book illuminates Gandhi's philosophy on life and thinking for the betterment of the society.
According to Daru, he has been forced to live with the Arab who had slit the throat of his cousin, this is "a relations squabble" in Balducci's opinion.
In the movie, the men with suits seize the main character, David while in the story, the main character, Ed manages to flee.
For instance, the piling of the stones by the children at the beginning of the story was a foreshadowing of the stoning which was to take place at the end of the story.
Bartleby and the girl felt the need to be different from others and both of them understood that the society they lived in did not want to accept their nature.
The first similarity between the 'The Yellow Wallpaper' and 'The story of an Hour is that the main characters in the stories are looking for freedom in vain.
After his death, the narrator finally gets to know the source of Bartleby's grumpy nature and he sympathizes with him even in death.
While the symbolism employed in both stories indicates the cardinal intention of the author was to illuminate the shortcomings of the society and in particular the ruling class.
At the end, the author transfers to the outer story to address the audience and frame the entire literary work. At this point, the author provides the readers with the story of Nicolas who is [...]
The tone of the work is significant in its terms as well because it creates the fleur of seriousness, light-mindedness, sadness or cheerfulness, introducing the reader to the world of the literary work, and even [...]
The conflict between the protagonist and the community helps the readers to understand the source of growth in the protagonist life in the novel.
In Carver's story, we learn the emotional isolation experienced by the narrator almost immediately, through his description of his own wife's attempted suicide, and his description of the death of Robert's wife.
The reason for the title of the book may also emerge in the first chapters or the last chapters of the novel.
They had advanced intellectually to the point that they could do things that were unheard of in the world of mortals, yet all this creativity they dedicated to making the life of the people living [...]
The main ideas which the authors of both the poem and the song are proposing will also be summarized and finally a link will be provided between the piece of literary work, the song and [...]
The Main Themes in the Poems Emily Dickinson and John Donne made two convincing attempts to examine the role of death in the world and the variety of attitudes to this issue."Death Be Not Proud" [...]
In his speech to his brother-in-law Creon, the proud king voices the desire to find the murderer to secure not only the wellbeing of his state but his safety as a ruler as well.
The main theme of redemption is similar in both the concert Les Miserables and the novel The Kite Runner. He becomes the symbol of goodness, a symbol that is shown to Valjean and changes the [...]
He has to face life on his own as an orphan."The Garden Party' by Katherine Mansfield shows the education that Laura, a girl from a well to do family has to go through as dictated [...]
The drinking culture of parents revealed in the story of the Fight Club underscores the elements that increase children's exposure to alcohol and drug taking.
The film director, Gary Ross, presents the contents of the book in a film in concise way. This is in spite of the fact that the family relationship between Gale and Katniss is important.
On the other hand, the speaker in Millay's poem puts across feminine feelings of distress and hopelessness, by being cruel towards her heart.
In this regard, the death of the protagonist also causes readers a sense of despair because the main character was not transformed prior to his death.