Though Janie does not feel her duty to clear out herself, she explains the story of her life to her friend. The reader observes the development of Janie's character and the changes in her attitude [...]
Much of the narrative strategy underlying the horrors and terrors of the first Gothic novel is theatrically inspired by the novel's settings and shadowy interiors, lunar menace and solar absence, lurid acoustics, peregrinating armor, mobile [...]
At the beginning of the novel, Mina Murray is seen as the more deviant of the two women because she is working as a school teacher's assistant.
That is the theory; hold to the theory and the comforts of theory. To come back to the statement made by David, it seems that the novelist is talking about a way of life in [...]
The Story of the Western Wing is a love comedy that depicted adventures and relations between Oriole and Zhang. Secret love and romantic relations between a young scholar, Zhang Sheng, and a daughter of a [...]
That his response to this vista is restorative and necessary is expressed within the second stanza, "These beauteous forms, / Through a long absence, have not been to me / As is a landscape to [...]
One of the most typical traits of romantic literature is the prevalence of emotions, setting the natural world above the created world, and the most important, freedom of an individual.
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.
Like Tom, Blanche in the book of Street Car Named Desire, is loyal to her sister who is the only member of her family that we come across.
The bottom life of this book is that there are principles which are necessary for one to be able to match the challenges of life.
The Cave of Salamanca by Miguel de Cervantes is focused on one specific family with its peculiarities, but considering the situation, it is possible to state that the problems and sins which occur in the [...]
In this poem, the poet has used imagery to narrate his poem and depict the theme; a lot of imagery has been used in the entire poem from the first stanza to the last one.
The book is concerned with the life of the protagonist which is also his path to enlightenment. Siddhartha loves his father, he also learns about physical love and has a chance to understand what the [...]
There is another major theme that connects both thinkers in their views and it is the unexplained nature of love. Humanity is not the one that created love; people are simply the receivers and givers.
However, Don Quixote's knight-errant, Sancho Panza, has a more realistic approach to the world and life, and acts as Don Quixote's voice of reason and has a stabilising effect on the maniacal Quixote.
This symbolizes the blindness of the area of residence and the house in which he lives. The narrator is new to the love of a girl and does not know how to handle her.
They are an example of how married couples should be as Rama was an ideal husband to his wife and she was a faithful wife to him.
The description of the city shows that there was romance all over and even the cold in the city could not hold the love for her back.
However, when the oracle instructs that Ikemefuna is to be killed, Okonkwo severs his head with a machete even despite the fact that he is warned by the elder that he did not need to [...]
It can be argued that the authors had technically juxtaposed tradition and change thus leaving it to the readers to point out the good and bad element of both the tradition and the change.
Transformation in the Rights of Women that have increased their Status Several writers captured the increased economic status of Chinese women. The literature also indicates that the status of women improved in the society.
The main theme of the play revolves around the marriage between Thesus, the Duke of Athens, and the Queen of Amazons called Hippolyta, as well as the events that surround the married couple.
However, from a careful analysis of the context of the poem and the society in which it is set in, it is evident that women also played a key role in the poem.
Writer of the novel considers breaking the laws of love a taboo in the Indian Community. These rules or laws of love were applicable to all the people in the society irrespective of sex or [...]
In spite of the eventual freedom of Esmeralda one is then bound to wonder why it took her so long to see the relationship for what it really was and leave.
Roland Barthes in his work 'Myth Today' gives a deeper insight into the understanding of the myth of romantic love done through the disintegration of the work into a number of sections based on the [...]
The character development in the story is presented through Emma's realization of the imperfection of the world. Although Madame Bovary as a realistic novel is widely recognized, Flaubert's quest of distortions and illusions lead to [...]
It was the wakeup call for revolution at the beginning of the 19th century and a sound of establishment at the close of it.
This passage was chosen because it carries with it one of the most dominant themes of the narrative which is the fear and intolerance of aging.
The truth is that the reasons for banning the book can also be the reasons for keeping the book in the curriculum.