This was the period when Marlow came to understand that the manager was deadly against Kurtz and wanted to get rid of him.
In the first half of the novel, Turgenev demonstrates father son dynamic which exhibits the separation between the son and his father's world views.
The essay will analyze the success of amateur detective fiction authors, paying special attention to the narrative voice and character, as well as the interest and complexity of solving a problem.
However, in the poem Death be not Proud, John Donne's somber narration describes death as a temporary sleep; and Emily Dickinson's poem, Because I Could Not Stop for Death, describes a journey symbolically in the [...]
With the development of the novel's plot it becomes evident that ordinary people like Offred, Luke and the Commander will take any risks just to become inspired by a chance to love and be loved."The [...]
This is an excellent feature of the story and a staple of an effective horror piece."'Horror is not a genre, like the mystery or science fiction or the western. This is the strength of the [...]
However, the novel presents the most detailed, touching and thought-provoking description of all the saddest consequences the trauma of being a victim of an atomic explosion may leave in the life of any individual who [...]
In her article, The Illness of the Mourning & the Fantasy of the Exquisite Corpse Maria Torok observes the problems of introjection and incorporation.
This novel is a panorama of late-twentieth-century Vietnam, a divided country that is suffering from the unrecoverable consequences of the war and languishing in poverty, trying to survive with the help of tourism and agriculture.
This work of his is a splendid opportunity to understand the protagonists in a reader's own way due to the story's ambiguous ending and because of the author's unbiased writing style.
Therefore, the misuse of tense and context in Shakespeare can drastically change the meaning of any of his plays, even among the characters in the plays themselves.
Further, it will seek to show the evidence that Diaz Junot uses allusion in order to enable his readers to understand the characters better and have deeper insights into the reality of the Dominicans. Its [...]
The first part is about three boys who find a dead body in a car inside a river found locally in their area, they fear breaking the story to the people, and one boy after [...]
I am of the opinion that this perspective is considerably too limited in regard to the stature and influence of Pushkin writings.
Considering a loss as a chance to take a closer look at ourselves, Alvarez interprets the old idea of drinking the honey and throwing away the bee, applying it to people's subconscious and suggesting to [...]
That was the last that was heard of him by his statesmen, and it was his word and wisdom that has stood the test of time to be taught in classes to date.
It is paradoxical that while he sought to lead a life of love, peace, and unity, he eventually loses his freedom in the midst of the raging forms of conflict.
The work presents a double-transform between a main character of the short story and a mind of an axolotl; watching reptiles that a kept in a city aquarium, a human sees signs of some mysterious [...]
In Homer's The Odyssey, Odysseus ventures to Hades, in Virgil's The Aeneid, Aeneas goes to Orcus and in Dante's Inferno, Dante ventures into the realm of Christian Hell.
The one similarity in all these three stories is the symbol of the water as the purification of the land from the evil and the resolution to a new generation to live without crime, harm, [...]
It is the place where Mack's distrust to the Creator begins and this is the place, where Mack will find a spiritual peace in the end of the story.
The author's main aim was not only to describe the childhood and adventures of the young couple but to convey the first experience of love.
There are too many striking differences in the Western and Eastern literatures that it is highly difficult to comprehend the first of the second one by representatives of another culture.
The work is concerned with the depicting of the importance of the food for self-affirmation in Chocolat and the self-cognition in Edible Woman.
The foremost feature of postmodernism - challenging Enlightenment - that arouses in the text is the attempt of the author to show the subconscious behavior of the characters.
The short story of the American Korean author Leonard Ghang The Fruit 'N Food is dedicated to the problem of racial segregation and cooperation in the US.
For example, Ivan demonstrates his relationship with The Universe through his views that God's love is refuted by the unnecessary suffering that humans endure.
The main work in the Donald duck is to demonstrate the dominant ideology of the ruling cases and the work of maintaining and disseminating the Walt Disney ideology.
The geisha is a unique phenomenon for the Asian culture as well as, of course, for the western one. Thereby, geisha is the men's friend and companion, and at the same time, a beautiful and [...]
Though she tries to find a decent job Doris is also illiterate, so, she has to withdraw her patron's attention from finding her mistakes and inserting commas by the means of her feminine charm.
The white men tried to spread the gospel but "the arrival of the missionaries had caused a considerable stir in the village..."..
The Japanese people are well known for their martial arts and the writer describes his father as "the proud of the pure samurai blood that ran in the family".
The main character's quest for immortality is analyzed through his way of life, the predetermined impossibility of achieving immortality, his journey to Uta-Napishtim, some of the challenges he has to pass to reach his aim, [...]
Some other philosophers suggested that this was the beginning of the new era, the era of people more perfect than those of the XVIII century, No one could tell it for sure then.
To show how powerful Chielo was Chinua Achebe says, 'As soon as the priestess stepped into this ring of hills, her voice was not only doubled in strength but was thrown back on all sides.' [...]
The paper will start by examining the traditional school of thought who believes that Isabel was the inspiration to Garcilaso's poetry.
Eliot's theory of the impersonality of poetry: "The only way of expressing emotion in the form of art is by finding an "objective correlative"; in other words, a set of objects, a situation, a chain [...]
They worship photos of their "Imperial Majesties," and each offers total allegiance to their respective gods: Shinji to the army, and Reiko to Shinji.
This approach explores the motivations of a writer, his characters, and that of the audience, drawing on Sigmund Freud's theories and other psychoanalytic theories to understand fully the meaning conveyed in such text. The characters [...]
If we analyze the approach of a formalist critic we would see that this form of criticism is more dependent on imageries presented in the text rather than the basics of the literature.
Apparently what led to every of the life challenges he was going to face or faced was as a result of the deception of his sight.
Just like Ovid in his Metamorphoses, the main character in Big Fish sees the sense of his life in telling stories about people and events that can be changed to different forms.
This is a novel with a story of the authentic journey from the remote areas to the city of Johannesburg and the religious journey through the unfriendly culture.Rev.
The following are the processes that he recommends to be taken; The first step in making a good decision is defining the challenge that calls for a decision to be made.
The story takes the reader through an intriguing encounter of human beings with a variety of extraterrestrial beings with the aim of outlining the theme of life.
O'Brien notes that "the narrator discovered the work of de Selby when he was at a boarding school and decided to be a dedicated student of this work".
This illustrates that the author of the poem - who is a woman - does not know who she is and looks to external sources to define her.
She commences by describing the barbaric act of clitoridectomy that Firdaus went through and the persistent abuse of her mother by her father. This indicates that she feels bound and stuck to the memories of [...]
This paper will attempt to asses the characters in the following set of books and plays: The New Testament, Oedipus the King, Shakespeare Hamlet and Shikibu the tale of the Genji.
The novel contains the following short stories: "Epstein," "The Conversion of the Jews," "You Ca not Tell a Man by the Song He Sings," "Defender of the Faith," and "Eli, the Fanatic".
The title of the novel is derived from a statement that was being told to the Jews prisoners as they were directed to the gas chambers.
Following Tolle's advice, the readers may learn to recognize the inner voice of their ego and start to control it, to solve the problems with the self-identification, get rid of the masks and establish the [...]
The usage of magic facilitates the understanding of the real world through its separation from illusive pictures. In his novel, the total deconstruction of political power is observed.
In modern literature there are a lot works, which depict different cities and historical monuments, but Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino is an example of the works, which deal with the description of nonexistent cities.
The theme discussed in the story is the way identity is protected by Indigenous peoples in the territories of the USA and Canada and the ways governmental impositions restrict it.
On top of that, Rilke states that criticism should not interfere into the work of art, the embodiment of the author's life experiment, as it destroys the perception of the work of literature, nurtured by [...]
The fact that Japanese people idealize aesthetics explains the particulars of Japan's history and provides us with the insight onto why, after being thoroughly defeated during the course of WW2, Japan was able to quickly [...]
The Wretched of the Earth by Franz Fanon is the brightest example of such books. The Wretched of the Earth considers the occupied world from the point of view of the occupied people.
Considering the essence of art and literature, it is possible to say, that there is no objective reality in art, and even the most realistic description is in effect a look through the prism of [...]
In this regard, the aim of literary dystopias is to caution and warn society against the blind following of ideologies that lead to the breakdown of social order.
He dared to make this dangerous travel in order not to be swallowed by an insatiable mouth of war when it knocked on Ishmael's door for the second time."They had run so far away from [...]
Congo locates in the center of the continent and can be compared within the heart of Africa."The vision seemed to enter the house with me - the stretcher, the phantom-bearers, the wild crowd of obedient [...]
The nature of changes can be traced in Othello who is treated as a person with different color of skin as well as Edna who is not accepted by the Creole community; Gregor Samsa is [...]
The main character of the novel Crime and Punishment by Dostoyevsky was influenced by the ideas of West European utilitarianism, based on the theories of correct actions and values."New, "strange, unfinished ideas' ' of Western [...]
In the novel One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich written by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn the author depicts one day from the life of prisoners in one of Stalinist camps and emphasizes the importance of [...]
This article was able to prove the main argument that a woman is an "other"; however de Beauvoir was unable to win a decisive victory because in order for this statement to be accepted as [...]
Alongside tourism essays and reviews, with fast developing of technologies and telecommunication, a lot of TV and radio programmes are intended to present the information about the world's countries pointing out the advantages and disadvantages [...]
The objective of this paper is to address a brief cultural historical context as it provides a history of the country that the stories take place.
The question is that the main hero can tell the truth of his heart by means of the charms of nature.
It tells a story using symbols and metaphor and the moment the reader starts the process of imagination, the poem will speak to the reader and it only after it speaks to the reader that [...]
Bunk Johnson, who claimed to have played with him from 1895 to 1899, was one of the chief witnesses to the existence of Bolden and his music."Legend has it that Buddy Bolden, when playing in [...]
Published in 1958, the novel describes the life of a Nigerian village - Iguedo, at the advent of the white colonization in Nigeria.
The author raised a great number of disputable issues concerning the economic situation in the coal-mining region; the life of ordinary miners is intertwined with riots, sabotages, and accidents. The action of the story takes [...]
In that regard, such distinction led to that love relationships were held in secret, and considering the origins of the lovers in both tales, it can be stated that the finale of these love stories [...]
However, this does not mean that the notion of decadence had ceased to represent a conceptual significance as Mann's novel implies, it is only the matter of time for an individual who decides to embrace [...]
This purpose of this study is to point out the features of three stories Cinderella, The Three Little Pigs and Red Riding Hood in their relation to one another and to previous and current generations.
Sometimes it seems difficult to have a brother, but I understood that my situation is similar to the situation of the main character of Alice Munro's story Boys and Girls.
Being excerpted from the ancient writing source, the story of Gilgamesh is a mystical epic with points on the struggle of divine and human parts in a man.
On refusing marriage to the Roman prefect of the province, she was fed to Satan who came in the form of a dragon. By the time the wolf arrives, he cannot of course convince the [...]
The information concerning Matteo Ricci's concept of memory palaces presented in the book is generalized to the extent that it is necessary to search for an explanation and some clarifications in the additional sources; "His [...]
The authors of the book, Levitt and Dubner propose that economics is basically the study of incentives. However, the author of the book is not interested in the conventional views of economics.
The author's ridiculous approach to the war manages to highlight the endless bureaucracies, the absurdness of the social stratification, and religions through the view of the reservist Sweik.
The thoughts about death and the beyond can send shivers down the spine of a contemporary person and the attitude of ancient Greeks to death was practically the same.
The author further takes the point of view of a third person character in narrating the story; as he tells the story from an invisible point of view where he is not one of the [...]
The central concept of the novel is dedicated to the symbolization of 'absurd' as the key element accompanying a person's life and impacting the formation of human behavior and actions in society.
The book chronicles the military's efforts to deal with the social challenges and how the operational dynamics have forced the military to outsource and privatize many of the family support functions to civilian service providers [...]
The author tells the epics of the adventure of Merlin when Lailoken, the descendants of the Demon Lucifer and other demons meets out forming out mankind who live previously of time. The book tells of [...]
The blindfolds enable the boys to hide the truth of their identity from themselves during the fight, but their identities are further warped into acceptance of white domination and black suppression as they scramble for [...]
It is true that a short story like this, requires a lot of control on the part of the writer, and the writer controlled the entire narration with elements of several symbolisms and figures of [...]
Initially, it seems to them that this is just some see animal or even whale though later they understand that this is the body of a human being.
In the new 20th century the American literature agenda is described as a fact of a great meaning. The most powerful capitalistic country at the head of the world gives birth to the gloomiest and [...]
When he is presented in front of the bishop, he claims that it was a gift and asks him to be freed as he has promised to mend his ways.
Her two stories, "The Storm" and "The Story of an Hour" are discussed in this paper to see how well Kate achieves her creative intention."The Storm" is a short story, but it is packed with [...]
The major qualities of her work reflect the life and the social world. Richalife vitamins are the tickets to a new life that Stacey cannot comprehend and accept.
His works are especially noted for the use of moral allegories tinted with Puritan inspiration and sharing the features of the great Romantic Movement, more specifically with the Dark Romanticism. Loss of innocence is the [...]
Omura is a harbinger of the conflict in which Capitan Nathan Algren, the main character of the story will be involved.
Accordingly, following the traditions of the old masterpieces of courtly romance, the authors of the 17th and 18th centuries created their works reflecting the same very important topics love and death, the struggle between men [...]
Penelope is believed to be the faithful wife of Ulysses and she stood really strong in his absence. She had a lot of persistence and composure, her image had been overshadowed because of Ulysses, and [...]
Probably, the dramaturge chooses to develop the plot in this way because he wants to show that due to some reasons, the protagonist stands on a low step of social ladder, or probably, she is [...]
The title of the book is in the context of the house that Esperanza lives in, which her family had shifted into at the beginning of the novel.
The thesis of this paper is in the form of an argument to convince the readers that Krebs's laziness comes from his inability to adapt himself to the changing patterns of life, which society imposes [...]
The present paper argues that whereas "Greasy Lake" and "Lord of the Flies" imply that a group of people turns into a cruel and blood-thirsty tribe in the absence of authority, "Lottery" and "On the [...]
Much of the satire derives from these oppositions and from the fact that it is impossible to reliably describe the difference between doubles and opposites."The Nose" treats the seriousness of life with comicality; the author [...]
In the book "Because of Winn Dixie", Kate DiCamillo focuses on a ten-year-old girl India Opal Buloni and her friend, a dog named Winn Dixie.
These events form a background to demonstrate the process of identity development of the later generations of the group through the protagonist Naomi and her brother Stephen.
The function of the narrator in The Lady with the Pet Dog is to reflect the inner feelings of the characters; in this story, Chekhov chooses a third-person narrative with a limited point of view [...]
As shown by the examples of Prometheus from Prometheus Bound, James Stark from Rebel without a Cause, and Barry from Barry Lyndon, being a hero and a villain is possible for one and the same [...]
Gregor is flabbergasted by his family's hypocrisy and is sad to see that he has wasted his life for the happiness and affluence of his 'so-called' family.
This paper aims to discuss the first part of the poem, the Inferno in connection with the theory of open text, which was worked out of by Robert Barthes and Umberto Eco.
The analysis of the story "The Gift" is to be concentrated on the identification of the key concepts, elements and stylistic devices, used in the author's writing for the successful representation of the main idea.
We see family life depicted from the point of view of the head of the family, Larry by name. Groups and show the real state of things in the family, contempt of the son and [...]
The paper aims to analyze the themes explored by Orhan Pamuk in this novel and discuss how his ideas can be related to the works of other Turkish writers and the place of this work [...]
The old and the new, the Christianity and Islam, the East and the West are shown closely interconnected for example in the description of the two ancient cemeteries in Istanbul and in the development of [...]
The conclusion of this paper can be formulated as follows - in their stories, both: Kafka and Marquez strived to present readers with a three-dimensional clue on particularities of their characters' behavior.
The most appropriate theme for the modern world is the theme of the lack of adventures. The theme of adventures is one of the main ones in this book, as all the actions are related [...]
Thus, when a person has to face the choice of occupation, he/she may resort to famous literary works in order to find information about the demand for occupations in the course of history, the reasons [...]
The first time the reader encounters the Martians is in the chapter "The Cylinder Opens" and this encounter suggests the evident difference of appearances of the Martians and men.
These sections are titled in such a way not by chance as they help for people to understand themselves, to identify themselves in the world, the sections of the book help to relate people to [...]
The end of 1940s was a culmination for Carlos Fuentes, as the person of great nobility and great knowledge, so that to move the society in the flow of his talent.
The main significance of this story is to demonstrate the importance of the role a custodian has in a medical center, a hospital.