woman whom despite of the town people treating her like they would an animal or a person with leprosy, she still remained in the town and even bought herself a cottage as a way to emphasize her stay and present in that place (Ferber 16).
Unlike the women of her era whose role
fects of Leprosy include but are not limited to the occurrence of lumps on the skin, discoloration of the skin, and deformities and disfigurement in the extreme circumstances. The disease is characterized by the production of ulcers in the bones, skin, and viscera. The effects
He thinks about how he is inadequate and how emotional interaction is not possible for him. Throughout the poem, there are different physical settings like a cityscape, interiors where women are talking
With little guidance, they end up falling prey of their own emotions. In this discussion, sadism displayed by Holden will form a major background in understanding why teenagers are rampant in displaying such characters in their daily lives
Lord Bryon’s poems are an ideal example to the use of romanticism in expressing a poet’s feelings. In his masterpiece work published in 1815, “She Walks in Beauty,” Bryon expresses the use of romanticism to connect a poet’s viewpoint
According to the findings, it can, therefore, be said that Viktor Frankl presents humans as their own enemies by allowing their own fear to make their suffering and death come about. Using his own personal experiences, Frankl presents the premise that the primary psychological motivation of human beings is meaning.
The main idea of the book is to manifest the condition that existed after the American Civil War and the impact it had on both the society and the individuals. This essay primarily aims at investigating how slavery affected people’s names and identities through
He opened by using imagery in the description of the people of America and their ownership for their land. The people’s land ownership was termed as land before as they also belonged partly to their land since people
As the paper stresses Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, even though their characters may appear alike, they are in fact dissimilar in many features. The once principled Macbeth, as he was acknowledged before he strolled down the shady path, was in the end a cold, callous killer who neither merited nor preferred life.
The author explains that cultural differences refer to the diverse cultures as opposed to monocultures. Linguistic translations refer to how different concepts and words are interpreted to give meaning to them. Revolution refers to a radical and pervasive change in the society and social structures.
The forest is a symbol of what remains undiscovered or unknown by the society. It represents the mysteries described by Equality 7-2521 at the start of the novel. It is, however, unfortunate that he can only learn about the mysteries when alone. The society has never explored the forest and has banned all of its members from entering the forest.
His broken heart pushes him to the brink of madness as he recalls the arrival of the raven in his home on a cold December night. Poe makes the famous tale of Lenore’s lamenting lover memorable by carefully crafting a vivid Gothic setting throughout the poem. “The Raven” was the first of Poe’s works to achieve critical acclaim. The poem was first published in 1845.
The author states that as the grandmother in the story begs for her life, The Misfit briefly explains his views toward life. We see that The Misfit is an agnostic, a person who believes that it is not possible to know of God’s existence because he feels that life is unfair and there is no real way of knowing what happens after a person dies.
The author of the essay emphasizes the idea that the soliloquy serves a dual purpose in that it explores how logic and emotion work discordantly in Hamlet’s mind along with how the speech itself works in the overall scheme of the play. Thus, the simplistic language used to convey Hamlet’s thoughts leads us to a greater understanding of the prince's fears.
A thought that is ‘seeded’ into an author’s mind is outputted in his or her work. That ‘seeding’ of thought could be initiated by the environment, in which the author is leading his/her life. When that happens, he/she will be able to bring the real-life happenings to fiction. Human’s lives are composed of situations which will be interesting, inspirational, ‘injuring’ etc.
Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian is a recent novel written by the Spokane Indian author Sherman Alexie is a story about a boy who must make decisions in his life concerning going to an off-reservation, all-white school and how that will affect the way he will relate to his family and tribe.
According to the essay, typical for O. Henry’s stories is a twist of plot which turns on an ironic or coincidental circumstance. Although some critics were not so enthusiastic about his work, the public loved it.” O. Henry is an important writer of short stories who was more recognized by ordinary people.
But many of these men are quite different so that the same right stuff possessed by the straight-living, ultra-Christian Glenn; is also the same right stuff possessed by many of the hard-drinking astronauts who frequently cheat on their wives, drive drunk, and engage in other morally questionable behavior.
The author states that the action of shooting an elephant starts when the narrator gets a telephone call about an elephant destroying the Bazaar. He takes his hunting rifle and a horse ride to the area where the animal is. He remarks on the filth and poverty of the area, with the thatched huts and scattered houses on the hillside.
On the other hand man’s creation turns against him and makes his life hell. There is no room for abnormal creations on earth. Neither Elephant Man nor Frankestein is allowed a normal existence among humans. They
One is convinced that a person’s conduct and behavior towards fellowmen influences the way one’s life turns out in the end. In Zora Neale Hurston’s “Sweat”, the author focused on the challenges faced by the main character, Delia Jones, through her apparently abusive husband’s actions and intents.
It has been documented that the Philippine in the Diasporas has an established way of life where they preserved and controlled their environment before the start of the Christian era (Lumbera 1). The Filipino had a social, economic and political culture. They had
According to the report readers usually have varied opinions and understanding of the texts authors apply in their books or articles. This is because authors usually present their texts in a manner that can be termed as ambiguous so as to give readers the opportunity to read, understand and interpret texts in different ways.
It evaluates the life of the protagonist entitled as Everyman who leads a pleasure seeking life and ignores his moral obligations. With the arrival of Death, Everyman is able to analyze his survival and life, which is not at all spiritual. Everyman depends on his temporary companions who deny accompanying him in his union with God.
39). The underdevelopment compelled people to seek for their favorite arts at an open public place instead of travelling to the artistes’ places. Technology was not embraced during the time. Therefore, it was hard for people to resort to
This is evident in this passage that “When you die, you feel as though there was some subtle change, but everything looks approximately the same”. It meant that we do not have to wait to die to avail of the choice that will be available to us. We can exercise that choice now in this lifetime because everything looks approximately the same anyway.
During his years as an officer in Louisville, he met Daisy Buchanan and fell in love with her grace and charm. He lied to her about his past in order to convince Daisy that he was a worthy of her. Daisy promised to wait for him but eventually married Tom
However, multiple researches that considered the effects of marijuana on human organism have revealed that the drug is extremely harmful and can’t be legalized; furthermore, marijuana shouldn’t be available for mass
The inferno reflects on the political turmoil that characterized Dante’s hometown, and gives reference to his life since he was one of the greatly affected individuals. As one reads throughout the inferno, he or she will notice Dante’s perceptions on the clergy, his
Gerda Klein, in her novel ‘All but my life’ aims to relay her own personal and horrendous story of being a young, Polish, Jewish girl in WWII, as well as those of others she knew and met at the time. She wants to ensure the world knows how horrific life was under the Nazi’s but at the same time how people were able to maintain a positive outlook.
he would be pigeonholed by Thoreau as serving society with his conscience, the Harlequin acts as a monkey wrench in the oppressive, finely tuned System − instead of being grease or a gear that keeps the machinery of the state running. The meticulously run and precision-timed
The author describes that throughout the story, there are themes of dichotomy or duality, and this makes the title, Janus, an apt one for the story. Janus is the two faced god that enshrines symbolic transitions, but is often also used to show the intersection of past and future. The story too weaves across themes of intersections.
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Behind the declaration of happiness by the author in the sixth line lies a glimmer of sadness and sorrow over the fear of the unknown. In the first few lines, Pessoa launches readers into his belief that life is not dependent on anybody as he says that, “When spring arrives, If I am already dead, The flowers will flower in the same way” (1-3).
The author of the essay comments on the short story "Taking It" by Leonard Kriegel speaking of the author’s battle with infantile paralysis, or polio. As the author puts it, those of us in the Western world who were fortunate enough to take the miraculous vaccine have no idea what torture the author and millions like him endured, including a former president.
In exploring art in the ancient Greek, four categories appear; Archaic, Geometric, Hellenistic and Classical periods. Each period had a different form of approach in the artistic work. Greek artists used stones and metal such as bronze to make their
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The paper follows Mr. Pipes from his cozy English cottage to America. From Plymouth to Amesbury, Princeton to Boston. He leads his two young friends, Annie and Drew on a delightful historical adventure, teaching them about the lives and music of various hymn composers. A good hymn is the best use to which poetry can be devoted.
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Today that the man with no color is laying stake to Mother Earth, I wonder if tomorrow the man with no color will lay stake to the unending Sky. The way in which the man with no color behaves is as if he has been disowned. He must have Mother Earth where he came
Moreover, mourning attire was the family’s superficial embodiment of their sombre mood and emotions. The intricate stipulations for what to dress in and for what time were in past popular journals or home handbooks such as the
The universal theme of the story lies along the lines of the transition of an individual from childhood to adulthood, and how the process takes place. The author makes use of various symbols to explain how the girl, Andy, loses her childlike innocence and transforms into an adult and discovers her own identity.