The period of Du Fu's youth, which corresponds to the early years of Emperor Xuanzong's reign, was one of widespread peace and prosperity, a golden age in the annals of Chinese culture.
It seems the love he contains in his heart is not enough for him to forgive and forget what has happened.
The reader of this story can feel the emotions of the author and maybe even a piece of his heart because this novel shows the adventurous character of Steven Heighton and his admiration as to [...]
The novel also shows that the character, Venichka, was well educated and very religious but because of the society, he was forced to drink to exploit his creativity. The book encourages drinking in the society [...]
The mechanism of oppression in Gregor's case is the bureaucracy in which he is forced to work a meaningless life that contributes nothing to his dreams or aspirations, but instead merely makes of him a [...]
But essays like those covering Russia, the 1848 revolutions, German Romanticism, and Russian populism, although brightly weaven, they are of historical interest than relevant to the contemporary metastable angst condition.
Marginal characters thus may be claimed to play a crucial role in literary work and in the first place of its conceptual realization.
Social oppression of Hamlet as the talented representative of descending class undeceives that there is not only a death that menacing to Hamlet, but also social injustice, "the whips and scorns of time, the oppressor's [...]
Here Pope states the epic question or the primary concern of the poem: how a "well -bread lord could assault a gentle belle?" and in return how a "gentle belle" could reject a lord?
In the second half of the poem, the speaker revealed that hating her body was bought about by a man, "who plays the dual role of savior and destroyer in the woman's life".
The "Bandersnatch" sounds conformable to a name for a monster, so the word "frumious" probably characterizes it as furious and fuming, therefore "Bandersnatch" may be a name for a dragon. These words are appropriate, as [...]
When the vagabond who has come to wealth seeks the services of a Jew to sell his possessions and is cheated by him Grimmelshausen is of the very firm opinion that a person from the [...]
The essay will examine and discuss the usage of symbols and images about the actions and thoughts of the main characters and their meaning for the readers.
The period of Renaissance humanism, of which Pico was a major pre-cursor, also explores the same enlightenment, the splendor, the marvel and the wonder called man. Dust is what he will turn to and to [...]
The analysis of the human type of the incompetent and the interpretation of the crisis of the modern conscience connect Moravia's work to the genre of writing.
As depicted in the book "The Story of the Stone" by Cao Xuegin, the Chinese society was divided into wealthy families who lived as they want and poor families who worked hard to earn the [...]
The most comprehensive part of the book is a description of the Polish and Lithuanian invasion under the lead of Lgedimitrius and Godunov's and his family's death as the result of Lgedimitrius coming to power.
Memory knots, as the term, have been employed to refer to sites of humanity, sites in time, and sites of physical matter or geography.
In Araby, the development of theme resembles the archetypal myth of the quest for a holy talisman such as Sir Galahad's quest for the Holy Grail, such as James Joyce's looking for the lost light [...]
To a great extent, it reflects the portrayal of the German social class structure and the bias and prejudices that were prevalent.
Thus, the tragic hero should combine the following characteristics: He should cause emotional attachment; The audience should fear for the fate of the hero; A tragic hero should cause pity in the audience.
The 'Theme of this book could be suitably applied in the modern days, where there is a serious drift/immigration to The West and European countries in the quest for a greener pasture.
This is illustrated through the fingerprint evidence proving one man is 'black' and the other is 'white' despite the relative sameness of their actual skin tone, the restoration of societal perceptions of the black man [...]
Chueh-Hsin's younger brothers do not want to follow his example and try to break away from the influence of the family. He leaves the compound of his family to continue his rebel and to marry [...]
And as by sadness, you came into the world, your name will be called Tristan; that is the child of sadness,".
This is because much of the imagery included in the poems is of nature, which has multiple applications."As in the Changes, so in the Poetry most images are drawn from the natural world, not surprising [...]
This way or another, we suppose that this was one of the author's main tasks to make the reader seek the answers he has put and we should admit that he managed to cope with [...]
The novel relates the events that happened in the 1930's and refers to the personal angst of the narrator. Iris had a sister called Laura who killed herself after the Second World War and it [...]
The comparison of the black mulatto of Delfin Flores and the white mulatto of Serena Aguiar introduces the concept of binary oppositions that are used throughout the story as a means of increasing the tension.
Fiction can possibly include the happenings of everyday life and is reliant on the person that narrates the happenings, the manner of its narration, and its composition.
It is worth noting that, in the novel Maps by Nuruddin Farah, the writer examines the problems of national identity through a gender-oriented interpretation of the history of Somalia.
Thesis the personal voice of Seth and poetic elements used by the author shape an atmosphere of solitude and loneliness and appeal to the emotions and feelings of readers.
How might descriptions of places and characters be influenced by a particular narrator's perspective and the attitudes he holds? "Sonny's Blues" written by James Baldwin is a story that deals with very real aspects of [...]
The Age of Enlightenment centered on France and two of the major philosophers who contributed to this age of Enlightenment were Voltaire and Montesquieu. In the realm of politics, the government was the focus of [...]
The purpose of this essay is to detect and analyze various traits of racism in Shakespeare's famous piece Othello and how it relates to the character of Othello.
Pater uses descriptions of Leonardo's angel in Verrocchio's Baptism of the Christ to illustrate the early genius of the boy in Florence who seemed to instinctively resent the superficial miniature perfection of the masters of [...]
In both poems, the main character is a black man named Shine who works in the boiler room of the Titanic and attempts to inform the captain of the impending disaster.
In the present work, we will analyze this similarity and will seek for possible differences using particular parts of the great epic poem and the collection of novellas, namely, we will explore the fifth story [...]
Social theorists and academics have often turned to literature as a means of examining the affects of such events as colonialism and cultural hybridity which each played a tremendous role in the formation of our [...]
It was the first novel to receive the title of "Gothic", and it was also one of the first to use and develop the sublime.
The extent of the openness of futurity for the human being lies in her present position and the objective reality the human being confronts.
We can see that her worries and apprehensions are answered with the keystone idea that "Death is the mother of beauty".
To gain an understanding of the story within a brief analysis, it is necessary to examine the story's plot, characterization, point of view, theme, symbols, and setting.
The musty old classroom had once been a storeroom and the walls closed in around her as if she were to be kept locked up forever as well. Not even in her dreams was she [...]
When she answered in the affirmative, Jackie became sure that he was a terrible boy and a sinner who had broken all commandments all because of his old grandmother."I was scared to death of confession".
Twain's depiction of Jim and his relationship with Huck was somewhat flawed in order to obey the needs of the story, and also by Twains' interest in slave autobiographies and also in blackface minstrelsy.
Peter Pan has been analyzed over and over again, and some of the critics seem to go a long way to find things in it that simply are not there, such as Freudian symbols of [...]
Broadly defined, the bildungsroman is "the novel of youth, the novel of education, of apprenticeship, of adolescence, of initiation, even the life-novel".
This essay will portray the commonalities in these three novels and try to draw a contrast between them and discuss them in the light of three similar literary tools used, i.e.theme, antagonist, and irony in [...]
The novel shows the destinies of the people who are, on the one hand, are common representatives of American society of 1930's and, on the other, who are strange and rather different from the other [...]
In Hinduism, the reward of a proper woman is rebirth as a man, ancient Chinese women were considered to be the property of their fathers or husbands and in Japan, women were dressing in men's [...]
Literature as a constant reflector of the current events and ways people percept the world around cannot stand aside and fail to exhibit the characteristics and ideas of the new way of thinking.
There is no denying the importance of the fact that recent developments in literature paid more attention to experimental approach to literature avoiding strict schemata and such popular feature of traditional literature as climax or [...]
Fagon wants his story to alert the king to the baleful influence the confessor will exercise and the harm it will do the nation.
It is the story of the life of a man of great wisdom and spiritual strength in the early days of the colonization of Iceland.
A balance between good and evil is the main theme of this story with its focus on character development, both within the characters of the larger text as well as with Fenoglio and the characters [...]
The narrator of the story is a boy who falls in love with his neighbor Mangan's sister. Eveline is the protagonist of this story who has to make the most important choice of her life.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust is Goethe's most famous work and considered by many to be one of the greatest plays of German literature is a tragic play and considered by many as the best-known [...]
It is the wearing of black as a show of mourning and the sustained sadness that forbids the beginning of a liaison on the day following the burial of Meursault's mother.
The utilization of children will reduce the number of "papists who, according to Swift, were "most perilous enemies" and also the "principal breeders of the nation".
Still, Tess realizes the bitter irony of her situation and at a slight provocation from Alec she stabs him to death:
I chose the 24th letter from the collection to demonstrate the peculiarities of the author's style that contributed significantly to the book's unfading success.
Would God no Argo e er had winged the seas To Colchis through the blue Symplegades No shaft of riven pine in Pelion's glen Shaped that first oar blade in the hands of men Valiant [...]
The revolt of Stephen Dedalus begins in Joyce's The Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man with his rejection of the blind religious attitude found existing in his family.
The Mill on the Floss tells the story of Maggie Tulliver, the daughter of a miller in Victorian England, and reflects the values of society.
American naturalism is a genre and not simply the reflection of a philosophical position as elements of the novels. The social to invades the self is more properly a self-image and is the creature of [...]
The Picture of Dorian Gray and Love in a Time of Cholera are both set at the turn of the 19th Century.
Like the Thomas Sutpen story that has been dispatched by different narrators in William Faulkner's novel Absalom, Absalom, the past becomes a burden in the present for Quentin and Shreve because he sensed an impermeable [...]
One son in particular, Edmund, allows the pain of being born a bastard and the rejection of his father to skew his view of the world and the intentions of his ambition.
Love in the Time of Cholera represents the author's response to the notion that death is inescapable and final. Only toward the end of the novel does Garc a Marquez return to the deaths of [...]
The outbreak of civil war in Lebanon in 1958 resulted in her being dispatched to live with her mother's parents in Chile.
He is encouraged to enter school by his father, who promises to wait for him at the gate to take him home at the end of the day.
The mental condition of the main character of the book is the main point of this paper's concern. The main character's moral state is determined by her aspiration to the ideals of the colonial system, [...]
By representing the lives of the "in-between" East African Asians in modern Kenya, Vassanji succeeds in "spanning the literary record" of the Mau Mau rebellion.
He relates the story of his spiritual crisis in his work, A Confession."Do in the afterlife the freshness and life heartedness, the craving for love and strength of faith, ever return which we experience in [...]
He was one of the founders of the China League of Left-Wing Writers in Shanghai. His contribution in the field of language and literature is enormous, thus, most of the commentators have viewed his greatness [...]
Multiple causes are in force right in the first few paragraphs: the horrendous transformation that Gregor has undergone, the panic and anxiety that the family members feel when Gregor is not responding to urgent summons [...]
He becomes a slave to his love for the boy and no traces of the famous aristocratic author remains. Before Aschenbach traveled to Venice, he was a disciple of the god Apollo, god of reason [...]
A 10 year-old child, completely happy with the life, walks out of the house with the aunt to go to the store. Moreover, one of the actions of making a sacrifice was to spit on [...]
From the beginning of the story, the reader can feel that Mathilde is irritated with her appearance and distressed with "the poverty of her apartment" and the reality she has to live in.
She does not display any interest in trying to take responsibility and improve the lives of her peers in any way.
Eve is the central character of the narrative in Genesis 1-3 and one of the central figures in the Bible. In this regard, understanding the development of Eve is essential, including the analysis of her [...]
Instead of the character of Genie that comes from the lamp, my story features the character of Fairy Ostara, who fulfills the desires of the magic stick's owners.
The latter form of storytelling focuses on causing the emotion of fear among the readers or viewers, whereas suspense builds a certain amount of anticipation and full engagement in the story.
They emphasize the fact that the existence of her poetry and themes raised by her evidence the fact that women in Andalusian society had a high level of freedom and independence, especially if compared with [...]
Thus, the goal of this paper is to study the phenomenon of DF based on the examples of Orwell's and Huxley's fiction and determine the presence of the themes that overlap with the contemporary social, [...]
In conclusion, The Archbishop's Vampires is a vivid example of scientific narratives because of its dualistic goals that include giving a thorough description of a phenomenon and intriguing the reader through telling an amusing story.
One of the most vivid examples of the dualistic narration is the phenomenon of the ghost ship that arrives at Wismar populated only by rats and dead people.
It is essential to mention Hume's criticism of theories supporting the influence of physical causes, which is indirectly linked to the philosopher's intention to explain the rise and progress of the arts.
The first dominant quality of nomadic narratives is the autobiographical nature of the story. In conclusion, the story is a nomadic narrative as it is told by a traveler describing his autobiography.
Moreover, the picture and the spoken text enclosed in it form an organic semantic unity."Persepolis" is a story of an Iranian girl who grew up in a liberal, rich, and even aristocratic family: on the [...]
It is equally important to stress that the issue of conformity is based on the person's ability and willingness to fit into a group or culture. One can argue that Ross's decision to join the [...]
Did the experience of the earthquake and the following rejection of religion make her accept the fact that it is impossible to prevent bad things from happening?
It is a mistake to think that it is enough to study the summary or read the review articles to paint the story of Cecilia and Claudio.
The thesis of the paper is that the notion of "the other" in The Metamorphosis is represented not so much through the opposition between the character and other characters as though the opposition between his [...]
Their campaign against the ruler of the mountains of Lebanon, monster Humbaba, the death of Enkidu, and the journey of Gilgamesh to the land of Siduri motivated me to create this drawing.
Grahl suffered from anorexia in his youth, and the book is a memoir-like account of the event, serving to open the door to the psychology of the disease in the male populace a vulnerable population [...]
For that reason, Samba finishes his spiritual training and enters the school, and this is the point where the main conflict in the book starts to manifest itself.
The major characters in the fiction are the Ridiculous Man, a little girl whom he meets on the way home before seeing the dream, and a being that takes him from the grave to space [...]
It is possible to say that the character's aspiration for escaping Cape Breton and pursuing another path in life could symbolize a reduced significance of the mining industry at the national and the global scale, [...]
Adua, the character in the novel, is a reflection of Igiaba. The political condition in the country forced Adua and her family to flee.
To some extent, the protagonist's life and memories are shaped by the city of Beijing and her gender, and the novelist uses some problems peculiar to geographic locations and gender socialization to present the woman's [...]
The main argument in Bettelheim's article is that "Cinderella" is "a story about the agonies and hopes which form the essential content of sibling rivalry".
The Pied Piper comes to the town symbolizing the shift from one season to another; in a broader sense, he can be the symbol of change and its acceptance.
Human intelligence that the gods give to the dogs does not make them happy but subjects them to continuous thoughtful considerations and emotional perception of the surrounding world that ultimately leads to suffering.
In conclusion, it is critically important to understand the fact that Tom's behavior tendencies are not random and chaotic, but follow a specific set of rules.
The news spreads far and quickly, but the creature fails to live up to the expectations of the curious crowd and is soon forgotten. It is likely that the angel's stay was exactly as he [...]
Marquez introduces the symbol of an angel to show the ugly sights of society - people in the ordinary village where the angel lands do not understand, mistreat and misuse him.
Since the first stages of the evolution of the civilized world, there have always been multiple debates about the just character of regulations that are taken as basic ones for the life of particular communities.
The topic of family dynamics is necessary and relevant to modern relationships between parents and children. In turn, the poem by Hughes focuses on the metaphor of stairways as a symbol of her difficult life [...]
The purpose of this paper is to discuss the prominent elements of fiction used in A Doll's House as the most vivid example of Ibsen's approach, analyze the applied dramatic techniques, and describe different layers [...]
The girl is in love with the idea of being a part of the carnival, but her parents do not allow her to participate.
One of the questions I want to learn about from this book is that of the United States. The US question is only one of those that I want to learn about from Freeman's book.
Jingfang paints a dreadful picture of the future where social inequality has risen to the point where the society is split into three parts, and the differences among them are emphasized in the most vivid [...]
The identity of the character is not clear, and although the writer tries to engage the reader into understanding the uniqueness of the featured characters, there is still some aspect of ambiguity, which makes the [...]
They started to discuss other anti-social people, and this is how Burkin began the narration about Byelikov, a teacher of Greek and the main character of the story.
According to the novel's plot, the narrator's family is among many Vietnamese immigrants who settle in a new country and are expected to adapt to the new environments with minimal resources.
He was lining in the bed trying not to move and not to breath as Keith could hear it. He was not able to change the pose as Keith would hear it and wake up.
It becomes clear when different ideas appear in her head, and all the participants of the performance know her and love her as one of the members in the general fun.
The story "Bullet in the Brain" published in the book by Burroway belongs to the genre of fiction and contains the vivid images of characters.