Noble (2007, p. 32) asserted that an object that has been displayed in a museum obtains an aspect of significance and meaning that was never intrinsic to its original purpose. An artifact by itself does not hold any
The Professor has of late completed his artful culmination, an account of the experiences and information of the Spanish pilgrims in North America and his spouse Lillian and he are at present moving to another house assembled with the returns of his finished work. The Professor
Both books describe the unfathomable torture, rape and the undesirable maltreatment the slaves received from their white masters. The two books are masterpieces that were written to derive a sentimental
o the rules of marriage at that time, this is because women were not allowed to make their decisions, and crucial decisions were made by the husbands (Baser and Dilda 622). Furthermore the woman was expected to be entirely submissive to the man. The man was in control of
He cannot help but see his younger self , as a soldier in their faces. Thus his experience of looking back during the time when he too served his country in a previous war.
-- Upon hindsight, one may look back upon a previous war experience to recall the
We also say the heart expresses emotion and the head denotes thought. This is because thoughts and emotion are borrowed from a spiritual nature. Most of this transformation is hidden from us when language was framed but
The story of King Oedipus influenced future literature by creating a plot involving tragedy. The tragic story of the death of king Oedipus by the hand of his son and the tragedy is reflected on the literature books and poems that were written after
People living in the two different periods believed in different things and these two art works represent different themes from the periods. This paper is a comparison between the two art works in terms of what they
In Sophocles’ Oedipus the King, Oedipus mistakenly killed his father out of boastful pride. Eventually, the emotive forces of shame and guilt for killing his father would later initiate Oedipus’ downfall from his kingship
The author states that this burden must be taken up because of a moral responsibility to help people. In reality, this morality was often distorted and led to negative consequences for everyone involved. Morel sees things differently. The black man's burden is the so-called help that people in Africa were receiving from Europeans.
The 20th century in the US witnessed more awareness regarding racial equity which was also reflected in poems by a new genre of African-American poets. Also, many barriers to women poets because of “masculinity complex” were removed. Dove, Sanchez, and Komunyakaa also write about aspirations of Blacks and racial slur they often faced.
ere was sometimes trouble around some of the prostitutes, the good women still remained faithful to their families throughout all of the times of hardship.
In all actual reality, without the presence of female characters in this book, they may just as well be mere words on
In my opinion, I consider virtues like merciful, caring, considerate, sympathetic, loving, hospitable and generous as good, while each and every vice that leads to behaviors or actions that are contrary to these as evil. Such vices include rude, unruly, disrespectful,
The leadership exhibited by Hrothgar is idealized by Beowulf. Hrothgar is a noble king who is concerned about the peace and safety of his people. The character of Hrothgar remains relatively static throughout the play. He serves as a stable
On the other hand, Odyssey is a detail narrative of the encounters and experiences of Odyssious in the journey back from Ithaca. Generally, in both the narratives, hospitality is portrayed as a norm, and a tradition demanded by gods, as alliances are formed,
As the paper highlights this book is about a man who survives the fiercest battles of World War 2. The author takes the reader back in time. The author uses straightforward, captivating and memorable style of describing the war. Sledges opinions are raw and brutally honest about his experiences in the Marine.
OConnor’s literary life is interconnected with her religious faith, i.e., Roman Catholicism. On the other side, OConnor did not ignore the scope of contemporary issues in the society during her lifetime (say,
The author states that the lack of the evidence base in Payne’s work makes it a personal outlook, which may not be applicable in all situations. It contradicts teacher beliefs that are important in deciding what to teach and how to teach a specific category of students. The culture determines how people undertake all their activities
There is an element of ‘shortcut’ in the life of every individual who wishes to make the best use of technology and it would not be wrong to suggest that technology has played a huge role at overpowering people into believing that it is indeed their first
cycle of twenty novels; Les Rougon-Macquart, and the firstly literary works in the second empire establishment of Paris as the capital of modernity cum the centre of Zola’s narrative world. Conceived as a reflective representation of the uncontrollable evil ‘appetites’
Critics and analysts have been presenting their opinions about literary texts, enabling common readers to become familiar with the themes of gender stereotypes behind the texts. Hence, gender is not natural and, in other words, fictional as
In Ambrose Bierce’s A Bottomless Grave, John Brenwalter, the main character, narrates a series of events during his youth that altered the course of his and his family’s life – starting from the unexpected death of his father when he was nineteen, and culminating with its “ghostly” reappearance ten months later.
N2 would have preferred that a good story would make sense. N1 defends himself by rationalizing that it is a good story.
2. In a similar way, N1 accuses N2 of having listened despite his objections. In this riposte, he sets forth a definition of
Basically the poem centers on the dream of African-American specifically, as the writer has originally named it “Harlem”, which is the capital of the African American in the United States. “Like Brown’s Southern Road, Montage of a dream deferred
The place was ugly because there were too many people in it. Long before the place became overcrowded, it was full of beauty. It had trees, deer, bears, and caring natives worshipping their god and seeking guidance. Then, people with technology came to the place and the
Consequentially, there is no such thing as living in the present because the past is the equivalent of memory, whilst the future is but mere anticipation towards hope for what is to come. The novel explores life from two varying perspectives. On one hand
Iago wants Othello to come to the idea himself, and so he makes sneaky suggestions, without giving away his true intentions.
5. Othello is quite an extreme character, and he is happy to love without suspicion,
Class stratification, which was in favor of the elite Bourgeoisie class; this against the Proletariat class (that composed of the majority worker population), was often a means to their maintenance of the status
performed holy deeds and enjoyed tranquillity but he remained incapable of satisfying his discontent heart, evoking his Atman at his will and approaching his ultimate part. This failure leads him to rebel his Brahman ways and explore the world to answer a trail of ambiguous
Des Esseintes’s living against nature is seen as adhering to realms of artifice, inspite of tremendous odds against the enterprise. Des Esseintes’s experience is not an experience of time; rather it holds the essence of the definitive loss. The
f realism but showing some character traits which may be described as nascent though masculine, a character that is overwhelmingly irresistible to Stella. Blanche is Stella’s sister who under circumstances of duress sold the family plantation, lived in Belle Reve where she
fter Rosencrantz and Guildenstern leave to carry out the king’s mission, reminding him of his plan to observe the confrontation between Hamlet and Gertrude by hiding in her room. After promising the king to tell him all that he learnt, Polonius leaves the king. Claudius
The author learned quite a few things from this awkward situation and he will hopefully apply this in his future life. Also one thing that disappoints him immensely is the kind of stupidity which he demonstrated in front of the guests. He could have done something different but what was bound to happen.
According to the research findings, it can, therefore, be said that both literary works have themes that illustrate the involvement of gods in the life of humans. The subject matter in both stories differs as the Epic of Gilgamesh expresses the exploits of a King who is in a position of power and highly regarded by all his subjects.
original and distinctive phenomenon, which is the most suitable for ideological and stylistic requirements of Ukrainian literature on the verge of Millennium.
Matios`s novel “Sweet Darusya” is called “Ukrainian history” of 30s-70s years of XX century in Bukovyniean and