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.
Stowe has claimed that the anti slavery groups questioned the morality of the white Christians who were at the fore front in the oppression of the Black people.
His creation is gentle at the start, but after the people start to resent it because of its looks, the monster runs and hides from the society. When Victor refuses to create a spouse for [...]
The writer in the text uses authentic statements to show the reader that culture was supposed to be preserved in the family.
This could not hold because the League of Nations failed to prevent the most tragic war in the world that is, the Second World War.
The first sign that showed Somaly the wickedness of her grandfather was when he struck her after she was afraid of climbing on to the logging truck. The reason behind this is that the woman [...]
Intertwined throughout the story is the turbulent and pragmatic relationship between Art and his elderly father. This was the root of the overwrought relationship that existed between Vladek and his son because he held his [...]
The novel explicates the pressure between colonial administrators and the African society amongst the railwaymen and the African community's resistance and struggles to free from the colonial power.
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.
The narrator means that time and space are incorporated in the current decision-making processes and the truth that generated the historical actions is revealed in the present century.
The way the story opens with Kingston reading the contents of a letter from her uncle contributes towards the development of the theme.
It was the sort of idea that might easily decondition the more unsettled minds among the higher castes make them lose their faith in happiness as the Sovereign Good and take to believing, instead, that [...]
The setting of the story, thus a province in India makes it simpler to draw reference to the societal occurrences, thus the elephant's actions. The shooting of the elephant symbolizes the efforts of the government [...]
This is seen when every person celebrates the marriages of the two couples, Benedick and Beatrice, and Claudio and Hero, as the play ends. The scene in which Hero is accused of sleeping with a [...]
The descriptions of the scene demonstrate the extent of Negroes' poverty and level of unemployment as they play the pianos on the streets to attract sympathy from the passers-by.
By the end of the play, Marsha has stopped pretending in front of her husband and Wanda that she is fine.
The young woman's reaction to gift-giving is interesting because the discussion of this reaction can add to Peter Singer's vision of the necessity to be generous in relation to the people of the Third World.
He is not allowed to participate fully in the rites and ceremonies of the Reservation, so he fashions his system of thought out of the scripture and the dramas he reads.
Pip is the narrator in this context; he is telling the story of his encounter with Joe, an old friend, at a particular point in time.
As the paper unfolds, the treatment of the theme of alienation as per different writers will be looked into to establish whether there exists a common denominator in the treatment of the works or not.
His emotions and dreams get the best of him as he even refuses to be treated as inferior by Miss Judy Jones, a lady who presents to him the picture of being an American elite.
I believe that he will return to the tomb of his wife, only this time, in such a manner that he will finally be able to join her in the afterlife, in death.
These words from the song made me understood that the author of the story wanted to show that Connie and Arnold were created for each other and they had to be together even though Arnold [...]
His method of murder signifies what he knows of stone masonry, of which he is a member, instead of the Masons, which is a secret organization that Fortunato is a member of.
In "The Masque of the Red Death", Poe uses space to define division and a sense of safety. For human beings, the end of a day is dark and sad, typical of the representation of [...]
The main objective of the play "A Doll's House" is to advocate for the ability of each individual in making decisions that are not based on the influences of other persons around him or her. [...]
Turning to the discussion of Camus' The Plague and the relation of people to absurd, it is possible to refer to some quotes from the text and the overview of the whole situation.
A perfect example is the comparison of the topics presented in the books "The unbearable lightness of being" and "The Kite Runner".
Perhaps, it is the rhythm of the author's voice that helps to reveal the new ideas. That is the magic of poetry.
This concerns what she refers to as "having doubts" in her conversation with Sister James at the last act of the play "Doubt" by John Patrick Shanley.
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.
Wahl is of the idea that Hermaphroditism is a metaphor that enables Behn to describe the Lesbian desire while Frangos believes that there is a possibility of Clarinda being a hermaphrodite.
The narrative of the verse is of the lovely Leda who was violated by Zeus in the form of a swan, and who then bore Helen and Clytemnestra.
In the last conversation she has with the husband, she seems to be more like a woman as she ends up crying and hiding her weakness.
Just the same way that the necklace deceived her that it is a real diamond, she also managed to deceive everyone at the party that she is wealthy and beautiful.
For him to go out of his way looking for her in her home town and almost daring to challenge the husband is a brave move that shows he was truly ready to change and [...]
In the story Black Skin What Mask, the writer brings to light many instances of irony between the narrator and his friend. He is still a friend to the narrator who is black.
The author used a flashback to build up the rest of the story in bringing out an element of discrimination which was directed to the Koreans by the Japanese.
In the book Ceremony by Leslie Marmon Silko, the author brings into light Tayo, the main protagonist in the story, his relations with other characters in the book and brings out the effects of these [...]
Metaphorically speaking, it can be argued that the storm symbolizes passion and as the storm got intense, so was the passion between Alcee and Calixta "They did not heed the crashing torrents, and the roar [...]
She also did not expect that her husband would be cruel to her after the revelation and this made her want to die because she truly loved him and she thought the same about her [...]
On the other hand, there is a moment in Ali's story, which reminds me exactly of what I was feeling every day before I decided to move out of my stepmother's house.
What is of great interest to the author is the fact that she went above the expectation of many, even to the point of attaining classical education at Harvard. The author remains skeptical, and he [...]
It is a perfect presentation of the two major characters Blanche DuBois whose pretensions to virtue and culture only thinly cover her alcoholism and illusions of greatness, and Stanley Kowalski, who is primitive, rough, and [...]
Despite the common beliefs concerning the existence of ghosts, it seems that the ghost's presence is still supported by the testimonies of all characters in the story, including Horatio, Francisco, and the protagonist himself.
He is on his way out of the alley to see Billy, his rooster, because he did not hear him crow.
Delaney feels that the Homeless Candido was living in 'his' adored canyon."He made Topanga state park his, trashing the place and polluting the stream.
Yet, there are some distinctions Judy Brady believes that women are often viewed as unpaid house servants who have to take care of husbands' needs, whereas Glenn Sacks argues that gender roles begin to transform [...]
This essay continues the study of Borges with emphasis on these two stories, the theme of dreams and the nature of reality, and the author's speculative fiction as well as his assertions as to what [...]
One of the first examples of satire as the possibility to introduce some philosophical ideas was the description of the professor's activities.
And that is where I wanted to be, at home. I understood that she was the dearest person in my life and I behaved as a stupid thing.
The play Death of a salesman is indeed an anatomy of the American dream especially because the plot of the story revolves around some of the basic material gains that individuals in the American society [...]
She does not, however, trust her own judgment, since, "If a physician of high standing, and one's own husband, assures friends and relatives that there is really nothing the matter...what is one to do?
In the article, the author suggested that the matriarchal structure of Negro families in America has resulted in disorganization of the black community.
Detail-driven points: Nonsense and puzzles of Alice's story represent an ability to find out the truth in its unique way and take a lesson that is crucial for life).
He also shows the way people responded to the opportunities and challenges of the new times. The girls seem to rebel against the system and conventions of the society, as they dare come into the [...]
The scene opens with the frantic efforts of the master and the boatswain to save the ship and the people therein.
In addition, use of Symbolism imagery and symbolism creates a better picture in audience mind, concerning the themes that the play covers; such as where dark is used to represent evil.
When Meursault is asked by Raymond to write a letter that the latter can use to torture his mistress, he unsympathetically consents to the request because he "did not have any reason not to".
From the title of the article to the use of graphic representation, such as the picture of the injured Feller's mother lying in the hospital bed, Henry strives, and quite sufficiently so, to show the [...]
The author in the poem underlines the catastrophic state in which the poorest layer of society was. The author underlines the racist character of Kiplings poem, protesting against the division between black and white people.
It is even possible to notice that Mephistopheles tries to warn and make Faust refuse the deal as he is aware of the real situation and does not want him to make the same mistakes [...]
What is more threatening is that all people involved in the movie industry find it hard to distinguish between the real world and the one that is dictated by Hollywood.
In addition, because the movie relates to the period of the Great Depression in America, all the characters of the novel are obsessed with the American Dream, a stereotype, and an illusionary vision of happiness [...]
The importance of inspiration in writing is discussed in the story Writers in Hollywood by Raymond Chandler. The author questions Hollywood's screenplays as an art of writing because he rejects the presence of the writer's [...]
He is in search of inspiration and all he is doing is rushing here and there to find a hint of something that would make him write at least several lines of his new novel.
This bore a neoclassic model of writing plays, which prescribed strict rules of verisimilitude: the unity of place, action and time, five-play act, and strict classification of the dramas in certain genres.
The plot develops from the chorus in ancient plays -Antigone while in recent plays like Henry V; it is built from the character's speech.
The Battle of Agincourt is an epitome of the play's reflection of culture and worldview. The drama has a type of language and setting that appeals to the English audience.
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.
More so, the renowned author suggests that it is impossible to get rid of the sinful alter-ego. Stevenson claims that it is impossible to get rid of the alter ego.
In the "Epic of Gilgamesh" Ninsun serves as a mother figure; she is devoted to her son Gilgamesh and is ready to help him in his endeavors.
The author fulfilled the purpose of the book and the needs of the audience, as he described realistic events, created a down-to-earth hero and made the plot thrilling.
The works of John Donne and works of other writers reflecting on Donne's works The writer was an English metaphysical poet; he wrote poems to address different issues in society like love, politics, and epigrams.
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 analysis of the character Beccka is presented using several elements of literature to bring out the hidden traits of the young girl.
He comes back home with the idea that nothing has changed and expects to find all the intriguing things about his home the same as he left them and to his disappointment, nothing is as [...]
The authors of these famous texts show in detail how the main characters Gilgamesh and Prospero struggle with the sense of alienation because of their exile, but overcoming this challenging experience, the characters develop their [...]
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?
There is the use of visual imagery in his work, and this was achieved through the use of contrast. At some point in the novel, Conrad's use of imagery appeared vague and confusing in that [...]
In his novel Flight to Canada, Ishmael Reed blurs the boundaries between the prose and poetry as well as the past and the present to express his satirical criticism of the legacy of slavery even [...]
First of all, there is a need to point out that Reed is recognized as one of the most influential African American letters. The most interesting point I would like to highlight is related to [...]
Swift does conduct some math to establish the number of miscarriages, deaths, and the number of children born in a year.
The interpretation of literary works largely depends on the major idea of the work and/or on the major purpose of the work.
This is evident, first in Celia's love for her, which is proved in Duke Fredrick's capability of allowing her to stay in the court.
The initial part of it describes the directors attempts to persuade the islanders to build the embankments, and in such a way to make the land of their island fertile.
The latter values the beauty that goes with writing since it brings out a lot of enthusiasm in the career and daily life of a writer.
Chang does indeed appear to have the features of the poor student archetype: even though Yingying was not his wife, he did abandon her, and at first glance it seems that the reason is the [...]
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 [...]
It is not a function of the legal system to be a tool in the hands of a tyrannical government, an instrument of intimidation and control.
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 [...]
It is the reporter, who wants to know more about the island and the reasons why the life of the islanders cannot be changed.
Sanguk's escape is a symbol of rebellion that is necessary for the island and destructive to the Cho and Haewon-Miyon couple. Why and when does Cho return to the island?
215 introduce several topics: the role of sports in a society of leper people and the activities of the director Sh and his "shadow" Sat as well as their impact on the islanders and the [...]
73 to 143 is to explain the essence of the idea of the island of the dead. The main events are the expected inaugural speech the new director Cho, his expectations to promote a number [...]
The reading of Gilman story's few initial lines suggests that the reason why the narrator and her husband John decided to spend the summer in a secluded mansion is that this was supposed to help [...]
However, if given the chance to revise the paper it would be better to write more about the multiple purposes and different meanings of the "storm" because there seems to be more about it other [...]
Thus, the animals on the boat and their behaviour reveal the degree of similarity between the world of animals and humans.
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.
The citizens of the USA became familiar with the poet in the early sixties. I suppose that famous Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko is one of the most influential literary figures in the world.
She starts by introducing herself and where she comes from and thus informing the reader that she has experience of whatever she is about to discuss. The theme is developed throughout the essay by a [...]
In company with other 'Okies,' they tried to find land, dignity, employment, and future for their children.'The Grapes of Wrath' begins with a representation of the Dust Bowl, the incident that brings about all that [...]
According to Rahn, through the stories told to the young children by the old women, the children ended up intermingling the past cultures and forces with the current cultures of the world.
This fascination with the contradictions between the visible and the concealed aspects of personality and behavior is a reflection of Wilde's stated goal for the play.
Jackie would, therefore, wrestle with this fact for the rest of her life. Jackie would hear the real voices of her mother, her dad, and her little brother screaming for help.
The case described by the author is a clear reflection of the situation where the two sides were not ready to compromise, which led to the tragedy.
After all, as the author shows in this particular story, it is named on the account of self-righteous/pious but perceptually arrogant individuals that the saying "road to hell is made out of good intentions" continues [...]
Iris blamed the Sky for the fine weather and the absence of rains for a long time as she was allowed to appear only after the rain. The Sky told her that people needed only [...]
Bob Dylan's autobiographical book Chronicles throws light on the development of folk music in the United States, American identity, and certainly, the personality of the author.
The presence of money in one's pocket is, perhaps, a good opportunity to provide for oneself and his or her beloved ones, yet the play shows that big money pouring over the edge is, alas, [...]
Critics attribute the change in style to the politically charged times that We Real Cool was written in, and the poem also includes a more generous sprinkling of the vernacular that made her work more [...]
In the first stanza, the mask that Dunbar talks about is the mask that hides the real feelings and thoughts of the African Americans.
The speaker is optimistic to go and face the rivals and although the chances of surviving the fight look minimal, he wants the group to die a noble death, a death that will be of [...]
Forget the time when you could marvel at the beauty of a single panel of a graphic novel for a solid half an hour.
Gilman uses horror and suspense in the cautionary tale to demonstrate the effect of the supposed arest cures' on the mental state of a patient.
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 [...]
The principal theses of the article are easy to enumerate; these are the origin of the African American literature, the stages of its development, its most famous writers and their impact on the literature and [...]
The entire story is a documentation of the happiness that the dogs brought to Bill, and its conclusion is practically an illustration of how fond memories always stay with the individuals left behind after the [...]