Among the primary assumptions the authors are pursuing and trying to convince readers in is that they "see beyond the nation, even as we keep the nation in focus" Authors thoroughly outline the main differences, [...]
The queen, Sir Robin, and Lady Amy are all historical figures of British history and the story of the mystery surrounding the death of Lady Amy, although fictionalized for this novel, is an actual unsolved [...]
It also deconstructs assumptions made about the battles that took place and the consequences of the war for the United States and the world in general.
The Souls of Black Folk is testimony to Du Bois' position as one of the leading scholars on race, religion in general, and the Black experience, in particular.
The historical developments of that epoch were deeply connected with the growth and formation of a market society that deeply affected the lives of ordinary men and women and played a great role in the [...]
The races portrayed in the novel are real and existed in the time of the writer. The Last of the Mohicans is set on the American frontier during the French and Indian War.
This is Lakota territory that is being occupied and Marshall tells of what was in the balance that made the Lakota struggle hard to defend it.
Austin, the brother of his wife, were involved in Texas land distribution, and their participation is demonstrated by Perry's letter that refers to the purchasing of land, as well.
The Samuel Eliot Morison Prize-winning author John Keegan focuses on the description of the battles Agincourt, Waterloo, and the Somme, their characteristics, and impact in his 2004 non-fiction book The Face of the Battle.
As he says in the author's note of his book, his purpose was to provide evidence about the last days of Marie Antoinette's imprisonment. In the book, the author describes the seventy-six days of Marie [...]
The book's research problem is the intentional failure to recognize the role of Pueblos in the precipitation of the revolt and the ultimate triumph over the Spaniards in New Mexico.
The existing residential school system is one of the examples provided in the text as it contributes to the deterioration of the institution of family and the native culture of people.
In his book, Madden follows the scope of traditional history and the traditional construction of crusades, which means that in his work, crusades are linked to Jerusalem and travels to the Holy Land.
The newly established nation that appeared as the outcome of the revolution was eager to proclaim its patriotism and to share its feelings of pride with the rest of the world.
At the time when it was written, the trade of slaves was a usual thing, especially trade of black people. His difficult fate of a slave began at the age of eleven, because of kidnapping.
The author allows the reader to look at the invasion of Manchuria, World War II, and the Pacific conflict from the point of view of the Japanese and American governments, generals, ordinary soldiers, and citizens.
The first chapter of the book is highly significant for the overall understanding of the book's message as it provides the context in which the rest of the narration should be perceived.
In the first part of the book, which the authors called "Life and Youth During the 1920s," the authors explore the everyday life of American people.
In such a way, simply and understandably, Hunter manages to show the essential aspects of relations between black slaves in the nineteenth century.
This essay will consider the relevance of the topic introduced by Saunders and provide actual historical examples that support his hypothesis."The Red Bow" starts with a group of men going out for a dog hunt [...]
The culture of consumerism that was unravelling and the rising popularity of television led to the development of the marketing industry as people know it today.
The reading in question depicts the essential qualities of a Navy commander, as well as the Chief Petty Officer community, in a very accurate and profound manner."Miracle at the Midway" pays especially close attention to [...]
The first few paragraphs of the story are dedicated specifically to painting the image of the old Afro-American woman in the mind of the reader by providing details on her appearance, closing, her manners of [...]
I believe that the fairy tale form of the story is a special technique that allows the author to present the terrible events of the Holocaust in a non-standard light.
After Cromwell's death, Charles' son was able to return to England as Charles II; he returned the House of Lords and provided the Parliament with a stable position of power.
The book is aimed to serve as a bridge for further studies of the Chinese alphabet, as it explains the background and logic behind the construction of the letters and demonstrates its evolution from a [...]
The Old English epic poem Beowulf presents a good illustration of the relations and obligations of lords and vassals. God defines the rights and obligations in feudal society.
In addition, Jim Lacey details Pershing's brilliant contribution to the war in the way he organized his fighters, selected the commanders, and built the army that won World War I.
After centuries of discrimination and alienation between the communities of different cultural and ethnic backgrounds, after hundreds of years of wars based on religion and nationality, modern society has slowly started coming to senses and [...]
Chapter 3 of the book by Barger, Reza, and Velasquez is dedicated to the history of the Farm Labor Organizing Committee and the movement associated with this labor union and the promotion of immigrant farmworkers' [...]
One of the most important subjects raised in "The Talisman" by Walter Scott is the differences between Islam and Christianity and the confrontations between the followers of these two religions in the times of King [...]
Through the eyes of the author, the reader is in a position to understand the early beginnings of the Irish people and also appreciate the fact that the group has transformed immensely over the centuries.
Shin seems to be frustrated with all his actions and beliefs, but he has nothing to do but stay with the other people, who are looking for some support and explanations and provide them with [...]
One of the strengths of the Nazis was their military capability that had shaken several parts of Europe. The decision of the people was able to be understood despite having no weapons and armor.
The chapter under consideration deals with the Bolsheviks' expansion, which shaped the development of the relations between the countries of the Middle East and Russia.
The book highlights the events that led to the formation of workers' unions and David Montgomery's contribution to the revolution. He also claimed that the existence of different classes of labor led to the downfall [...]
The term is widely used when referring to the foreign policy that defined the interaction between Neville Chamberlain of Britain and Adolf Hitler of German.
The influences of government and thinkers have shaped the history of the Middle East. The Ottoman impact is also crucial when writing the history of the Middle East in the 19th and 20th centuries.
The characters seem to be immigrants and lack the skills or the education to do jobs that are more desirable at the time of the narrative.
The author also ties the multicultural history of people comprising American diversity with a thorough analysis of the place they are at the time of writing his book.
It is quite peculiar that Spiegelman uses only the black-and-white color perhaps, this is another means to emphasize the gloomy atmosphere of the Nazi invasion and the reign of the anti-Semite ideas.
In the article, the author suggested that the matriarchal structure of Negro families in America has resulted in disorganization of the black community.
The owner was very proud of Nat Turner and usually made comments on his intelligence to his friends. Another reason that compelled Nat Turner to lead a rebellion was the escape of his father.
For example, he says the goal of Europe is to deliver good to the colonizers at the expense of the resources of the colonized class; Cesaire maintains that it only serves to decivilize the colonizers.
The book "Goodbye to Berlin" was written prior to the Nazi uprisings; how was the book an indictment of this period of Western history, that is, the impending war?
Even though the events take place in the fictional country of Asia, the historical context the authors are telling about is real. That is why they failed to win the sympathy, and the Soviet Union [...]
When the war began for the US, and Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japan, the American government not only entered the war but also decided to isolate all Japanese, who resided in the territory of [...]
In his review, Venkatachalam writes about Diamond's level ground, where it all started, and which after some time became unequal due to some ultimate causes, such as rapid domestication of plants and animals in some [...]
In the book, it is apparent that the technological and military disparities between the Europeans and the Guinean people and not the presumed genetic superiority of the Europeans help to enhance the survival of the [...]
The principle thesis in the book is to analyze the gradual development of man to different conditions. Therefore, the book investigates the concept of racial variation on the impact of human evolution.
According to Venkatachalam, the key point that the author is making in his book is that the specifics of the development in the European civilization regarding political, economical, cultural, and other aspects, stand in sharp [...]
To make a detailed description of the expressed opinion and to prove it, we should consider the characteristic features of the heroes and the general perception of novels which are directed at the description of [...]
This aids in understanding the events of the war, to meet the political goals when America fully participated in the war as seen through eyewitness report of the event.
"The Pilgrimage" by Nelofer Pazira uses multiple rhetoric devices, including epithets and similes, which seem to perform similar functions in the description of the two opposing themes of the essay: the peaceful life in Afghanistan [...]
The United States has a diverse population both in terms of culture and religion. However, financial endeavors create conflict in religious experiences.
Who is Henry Louis Gates and why did he travel to Ghana? Henry Louis Gates is an American historian, filmmaker, and critic who investigates the history of African Americans.
Therefore, the historical significance of the text is that it became the beginning of the historical manner of writing characterized by a thorough analysis of described events and strive for establishing cause-and-effect relationships.
Nottage found her great-grandmother's picture in an old family house and wanted to learn more about what it was like to live in New York at the beginning of the twentieth century, but she had [...]
First published in 2008, it describes the events from the beginning of the 20th century when many Mexican people came to the United States after the Mexican revolution for shelter to the first decade of [...]
The process began at the end of the 20th century and took a decade of interviews with Sal Castro to arrange the book in his own words.
The chronotope of the writing reveals the periodization of the history of this event, and the author considers the political occurrences that led to the takeover.
On the whole, the novel is an example of intersection of personal and historical aspects of life depicting an individual and his changes under the impacts of the political history of the country.
In conclusion, it seems appropriate to state that Sutzkever is a metaphysical poet as his creative thought focuses on the beauty of nature and the truthful presentation of events.
2 The researcher makes numerous observations about the US and the Republican Party in the 1960s and 1970s, although most of the arguments that the author applies county-wide are based on Orange County.
There is surprisingly little literature pertaining to the subject of the first years after the end of the war. As the name of the chapter suggests, it addresses the issue of vengeance that happened in [...]
Nevertheless, the streaming growth of the industrial revolution of the 19th century brought some significant changes to the understanding of social inequalities."The Semplica-Girl Diaries" is one of the chapters from the diary called Tenth of [...]
The author of The Pillow Book is Sei Shonagon, a Japanese writer who served as a court lady to the Japanese empress in the 1000s. Sei Shonagon was a part of the upper class, which [...]
However, he does so not with the aim of making the readers' blood run cold because of the monstrous details of the ghosts' past.*In his book, Dickey is trying to depict the American history, society, [...]
This is why some of Hu's actions seem irrational and bizarre not only to Europeans and Foucquet but to the readers as well.
However, the book shows that even under the mask of one of the cruelest people in the world, there is a boy with his own dreams and intentions to have a happy life.
For instance, in the chapter called "The Drowned and the Saved", the author only describes the setting and does not allow making any particular conclusions about his position, and the reader has to interpret the [...]
The purpose of this paper is to review the assigned selections of Lepore's book and discuss the importance of the theme of violence in this reading.
The writer was ready to forget his lowly position in the society and narrate to the court how the emperor had pure intentions.
In his description of the difficulties that the farmers and the workers were facing, Kester also provides a certain justification for the revolt.
The purpose of this critical analysis is to explore the author's description of the targeted characters in the book. The emphasis of the book is that the brothers were always determined, focused, and intelligent.
Anna portrays historical accuracy in her unbiased account of the father, and her information about her background contributes to the accounts of the Byzantium events, highlighting to the readers the Byzantine way of life.
He tries to put into account all the activities of the surgeons, the challenges and achievements, and even highlight the specific roles of the members of the "Third Auxiliary" played during the Second World War.
In his book, The Twenty Years' Crisis 1919-1939: An Introduction to the Study of International Relations, Edward Hallett Carr studies the political and economic factors that predisposed the creation of the conflict, at the same [...]
The monumental work of Herodotus, the Greek historian, titled The Histories, is considered to be one of the founding historical works in the world.
The purpose of this paper is to dwell upon the dynamics of humanization and dehumanization of people observed in the book by Levi and discuss the overall impressions of the story.
However, the interpretations of slavery and obligation to pay the rent are not mutually exclusive, because the obligation to pay the rent forces humans to become slaves and have to provide their bodies for incubating [...]
The short story that is found in the second chapter of the book describes a significant flowering of the seeds of individualism and corrupt materialism that occur in Plutoria Avenue in a large city in [...]
Through numerous examples of events happening in many countries after the end of the war, Ian explains to us that the changes in socio-political systems were made by the people who tried to make the [...]
Driven by the promise of his father, Jakob, to be reunited after the war, the main character of the story finds it indispensable to rely on God, for only He is able to lead the [...]
She is also courageous because she had to hide in the other family, away from her parents. She was brave when she encountered the Nazis in the Annemarie's apartment and pretended her elder sister.
The theme of the father is firmly connected to the central theme of war in the book: the young boy, the main character of this true story, treasures his family more than anything in the [...]
According to Marcum and Skarbek, the slavery period in the United States occurred from the 16th to the 19th century. In reference to Aptheker, the majority of the slaves lived in poor and inaccessible areas.
On the other hand, it is important to understand that a number of people are aware of the plot and the worth of the story, and it is a real challenge to prove the chosen [...]
The author uses the contrast between a peaceful life of the veteran and his experience as a soldier to highlight the senselessness and cruelty of war.
Beckerman's purpose in the book is to narrate the fight for freedom of Russian Jews from the perspective of individuals that formed the movement.
Thomas More's "Utopia," also known as "On the Best State of a Republic and on the New Island of Utopia," and Michel de Montaigne's essay "Of Cannibals" are two of the more prominent works on [...]
The natural experiences of growing up are changed and twisted by the war and its horrors, but the specific developments, their perceptions, and impacts are affected by the children's personalities and circumstances of their lives, [...]
The character traits of the slaveholders are brought out by the use of the word nigger and the emphasis on ignorance as a weapon against the empowerment of the blacks.
In its turn, this allows us to refer to The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa as a book of not only a great literary, but also a philosophical value, [...]
The provided passage is taken from Mein Kampf, the most known work of Adolf Hitler, the infamous leader of the NSDAP since 1921 and the F hrer of Nazi Germany in 1934-1945.
In addition, the essay presents the relevance of the topic in the history of ancient and modern Japan and annotations of the sources accessed.
The success of an author depends on how well he attracts the reader to the point that the reader is motivated to read the next available book that the author publishes.
The author uses the phrase 'to live in stone' to signify the magnitude of Obasan's silence. In the course of the unfolding story, Naomi is torn between adopting Obasan's silence and embracing Aunt Emily's articulacy.
In the article, the author compares the suffering of the Native Americans under the European colonizers with the suffering of the Palestinians under the European Zionist colonizers.
The novel, Ragtime, underscores the theme of change through the main characters by being accurate about the history of the period.
The details she provides about various events and the manner in which she chooses her words clearly points out that this is not a work of fiction.
The author of this novel seeks to highlight the futility of the American War and the hypocrisy of the Vietnamese government.
The story is written in the first person and the other describes the events as the witness and participant of that horror.
This book is Rigoberta's memoir and talks about the experiences of a majority of the Indian communities living in Latin America at the time of the Civil War through the lenses of Rigoberta Menchu.
However, in the pursuit of a better future, the Asian community faced significant resistance on the part of the residents. In the memoir, the author focuses on the eternal confrontation between various cultures leading to [...]
Thus, the rise of colonialism in the second half of the 19th century is linked to the growth of capitalism in Europe.
In the fourth essay, Onnekink explores The Last War of Religion: the Dutch and the Nine Years' War. War and religion do not fit well in the contents of the book.
In the fifth chapter, for instance, the author notes that he was moved to Baltimore, Maryland, something that played a critical role in transforming his life since he faced the realities of slavery.
Since the goal of the author is to reveal the darker side of North Korea, Demick specifically drew her interviewees from Chongjin, which is one of the largest towns in North Korea whose residents have [...]
From this point, during the first stage of the fight, Brown followed the strategy of avoiding the risk in order to save the lives of the crew members, but then he accepted the risk.
Throughout the chapters, Chua examines the most dominant cultures in history starting with the traditional empires of Persia and China and later the recent hyperpowers of the United States and England.
In the narration of his experience during the battle, he recounts the role of Captain Andrew Haldane, the commanding officer of King Company, during the Peleliu battle.
The book, being very sincere and straightforward, gives us one of the brightest and most detailed pictures about the horrors of the biggest military conflict in human history.
The author enlightens the reader about the true and fictional stories of that time, points out the stereotypes and realities."Revolutionary Mothers" by Berkin demonstrates the silent, yet fierce power of women during the revolution, their [...]
The official name of Burma is the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. Burma is the largest ethnic group in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.
That is why, the United States' reaction to surprise violent attacks connected with the Cold War issues or the problem of 11 September 2001 in the form of acts to improve national security strategies is [...]
Realism points out that power is based on characteristics that can be tangible or intangible, and can emanate from the use of the armed forces, level of income, and the size of a state.
These elements will be considered one at a time in a bid to prove the centrality of place for objective criticism of the novel Coming to Birth which will serve as my reference for the [...]
The book The Dragon's Village by Yuan-Tsun Chen focuses on the story of a young girl Ling-Ling who faces the complexities of life in the countryside and decides to take an active part into the [...]
The birthday of Ximen Qing is to start the following day to which he invites Pan Jinlian and Wu Song to a night the two will never forget.Int.