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Sensibly saying, his family and society had affected his style to evolve imaginative provocation in most of his literary works.
‘The Metamorphosis’ is focused at the terrific change that occurs to the protagonist Gregor Samsa, a traveling salesman. One morning he finds himself astonishingly changed into a strange large insect. His ambush was more about finding himself more hopelessly unable to continue with his sales work than mere physical change. He was the only financial support for the family and the happiness of the family depended much on his ability to work. His new look terrifies his employer who runs way at his very sight. The family now controls his motions or calls him with ‘Shooos’ rather than his name. His room has become his hiding place. He develops fears of a cockroach like being stamped by people or attacked by cats or other animals. His sister Grete, however, feeds him with milk and stale, rotten fruits or remains of edible things. He manages to remain affectionate to his family members and hides himself behind the sofa or bed whenever someone enters his room. Now his only amusement in the loneliness is looking out through the windows and crawling up on the walls and ceiling.
In the mean time, the family lets out a portion to lodgers and Gregor’s room changes into a dumping area for unwanted things. He then realizes that he was no more Gregor and that he should leave the family for their better prospects. Gregor, utterly dejected to stay longer, dies in his room. The family upon finding his corpse feels relieved of a great burden and starts planning for the future. The family improves their living standards and shifts to a smaller flat to delete the memories of Gregor.
The dénouement (The resolution of the plot of a literary work) of this work is of a mixed trend. The narration changes the denouement with the development of the story. A person loved very much by the
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In this research paper author compares crime fiction and real life crimes, that happened in the United States, describes advantages and disadvantages of fiction. The researches uses many crime fiction books as comparative examples, such as The Rule of Four and well-known Da Vinci Code written by Dan Brown.
As an Indian, she has skillfully incorporated in her publications the rituals, stories and beliefs of the Indian community. She strongly believed that the kind of education offered by the whites to the Indians and the process used by the whites to acculturate the Indians from their native beliefs and world was very alienating.
This paper will look at the third chapter of Shelley's masterpiece both closely and as part of a wider picture to show that this early section of the novel, written in the early years of the larger Gothic movement, is full of prophetic detail about not only the rest of the story but the rest of Gothic literature.
The narrator has learnt that he will have to suffer from the consequences of his actions in the long run. Though he calls himself a fool, he learns that his mistakes will give him the power to lead his life without repeating them. Now he has matured into a fine young man.
In a factious manner, Clark spells out how one of the best reports from America is sent to check on research findings on moon where scientific research and exploration has been going on. However, on reaching the moon, he notices a difference in the reaction and reception he receives from the community living there, majority of who are the scientific explorers.
Cowboy Bebop seems to be a balanced mixture of both the past and the future combined.
‘Cowboy Bebop’ is one of those animated, science fiction series where the creativity of the production team leaves one gasping
s the capacity of engaging a reader to understand how dealing with circumstances brought by the lack of proper economy manages to bring the presumably weak man to learn the essence of sensible living. Written in the language and tone of a common man in first person viewpoint,
This irony inherent in the title of the poem is effectively used by the poet to convey the frustration of the protagonist as he repeatedly fails to strike a passionate bond with others. The poem also seems to be a dramatic monologue. One finds
There is an instance of personification. In this poem, the poet is a gun which has been given human characteristics. The gun has been given the attributes of human characteristics in the entire poem as there are instances where
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