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The Story of Gregory

Gregory’s use of words was well put together and powerful. His use of metaphors, and imagery were strategic. He was able to convey his message easily by making the picture vivid and using exaggerations for the idea to be understood. His use of “pregnant” made an impact as pregnant woman cannot help their cravings it just an impulse that is very persistent and in most cases is done to satisfy...

Joyce Carol Oates and Ralph Waldo Emerson

This statement is reasoning that nature will answer all questions. He proves that nature is greater than man, and that it deserves respect. To conclude, both Oates and Emerson effectively use the appeals of credibility, emotion, and logic to support their position when it comes to nature. They both are complete opposites when it comes to nature. Emerson feels that nature is not only beautiful, but...

Gran Torino Monologue

When the man said that the car was being given to Thao, at first I thought it was a mistake but then the man went on about how Thao couldn't do anything to it. I was so shocked; I thought that it was completely unfair. I mean I have known my grandfather since I was born, well I've been alive when he has, and I'm even related to him and the boy only knew him for a week or something. I couldn’t b...

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Modern Elements in Pinero's "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray"

Actually, Act III opens with the Orreyeds enjoying themselves at Highercoombe, a matter which indicates that Aubrey accepts the Orreyeds' visit and welcomes them to please Paula. To conclude, despite the fact that he is described as a traditional writer, Pinero has presented himself as a real modern writer. He has experimented with several modern techniques that have not been coined yet as his tim...

Playing Beatie Bow by Ruth Park

In Playing Beatie Bow, Ruth Park illustrates the lessons Abigail learns about the importance of the family. Although she was selfish and unforgiving at the beginning of the novel, through her experiences with the Bows Abigail learns to display the key elements in keeping a family together. She learns how to love, forgive, support and understand her family, and this allowed her to mature and realiz...

Amy Tan

Mother Approved. As a personal opinion, I think most people are not like Amy Tan. In the sense of us sometimes not being passionate enough to truly follow what we want and work towards it regardless of what other may have to say. There are many influences out there and must learn to only pay attention to those that will help us get closer to our goal and ignore the rest. As a good friend of mine o...

Lamb To The Slaughter By Mary Maloney

(Paragraph 44) Crashed to the floor, that’s how much power she had, when driven by a strong anger. By power came intelligence, as soon as Mary realized she had killed her husband, she was able to devise a plan in order to ultimately get away with murder. Don’t underestimate the weak, because sooner or later, they’ll rise to become powerful. In this case, the consequence of such thinking resu...

The Rocking-Horse Winner By D. H. Lawrence

I am though interested in how the family would survive without not only Paul but the huge money supply he left the family. Wealth is one thing people can go crazy over. Hester is a great example of how ignorance can ruin someone’s life and even majorly affect other people around. Paul was just doing what he thought was morally correct to help his mother and the family. He did his deed without th...

Metaphors by Sylvia Plath

The overall tone of ‘Metaphors’ is a pessimistic one which highlights the extent of the poet’s self-loathing and depression. This may be related to mental health issues the fragile poet suffered from. Plath’s distorted self-image combined with the love she feels for her unborn child and her uncertainty of what the future may hold for her come together to produce a beautiful, highly emotion...

"Father Returning Home" by Dilip Chitre

The black raincoat that he wears becomes stained with mud. His bag crumbles with the heavy load of the books. Due to old age, the poet’s father’s eyesight has become poor and therefore he finds difficulty to move about in the dark. The poet says that he can see his father getting down the train ‘like a word dropped from a long sentence.’ The sentence is highly unique and it provides an evo...

A Biography of Roald Dahl

In some ways, Dahl uses his stories to tell of his own experiences, both negative and rarely positive, and in other ways, his main characters triumph over the predicaments they find themselves. The independence of Dahl's characters like Matilda and James allows them to exact revenge against their oppressors. Even though these stories try to mend what he went through, the anguish must have been so...

If You Forget Me By Pablo Neruda

This, in fact insures that the poet is unafraid of the risks of falling in love, but remains completely aware. According to the Poetry Society Of America, “anyone who knows anything about Pablo Neruda knows that he is considered the ‘poet of love’”. Which is clearly demonstrated throughout this poem. Neruda was effective in creating a love story, one of which can be interpreted in many way...

Elizabeth: English Queen Life

The correlation between the snake, the father, and the primitiveness can lead to a sense of danger in Elizabeth's life. Elizabeth senses the danger and evades it by becoming sly and controlling. This is indicated by the tonal transition in as she slides from thoughts of "Tom, soft laughing"(28) and "turning / with the rhythm of the sun on warped branches, / who'd hold my breast and watch it move l...

Beach Burial By Kenneth Slessor

By using a somber tone Slessor has created a sympathetic feeling to arouse the audience. As the poem continues we build up pity causing us to think and even shed a tear. Slessor has used a powerful feel to create strong imagery in our minds. The mood expressed by Slessor has alluded to the memory of the men who have been buried unknowingly who they are and what they have done. The missing identity...

"The Organic Machine" by Richard White

Man saw the Columbia as a "prime mover of kilowatts," and then exploited it as a mechanical entity instead of a natural phenomenon. Environmentalists, historians, and engineers would all find something in this work that would interest them. This "organic machine", through human intervention, has created a socially, economically, and physically connected network of human societies and natural pheno...

Biographical Strategies

Though, Chopin really loved her husband and wished to get him back again but it is also reality that she had very successful life that she spent freely after his death (Chopin). A reader, who doesn’t have any biographical knowledge about the Chopin’s own life, will understand the story in a different way. He may disagree with Mrs. Mallard’s vision of “free life”; but the reader who has b...

“The Lamb” By William Blake

Blake is not so blind as to not see there is always a duality to life, a balance between the poles of calm and fury, innocence and evil. Blake has produced the counterpoint as well, with “The Tyger”, also from his “Songs of Experience”. Here he asks the question “did he who made the Lamb make thee? ” (Tyger, Line 20). By doing so he forces the reader to face the timeless question of ho...

All Good Things Must Come to an End

Morrison, Toni. "From Sula. ” American Literature Since the Civil War. Create edition. McGraw- Hill, 2011. 346-354. e-Book. Oates, Joyce Carol. “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? ” American Literature Since the Civil War. Create edition. McGraw-Hill, 2011. 333-344. e-Book. Twain, Mark. “From Roughing It. When The Buffalo Climbed a Tree. ” American ...

The Fault in Our Stars

The person has doomed themselves. John Green does not agree. In his novel, he shows that it is not the person’s fault sometimes. All bad things cannot be avoided. Some fates are easier to avoid than others, but death, is not one of those. Death is inevitable. Hazel and Augustus never did anything wrong to deserve the fate they got handed to them. They could not avoid it or change it. Gus and Ha...

Roman Fever Analysis Titled

The crimson color of the silk, the way Mrs. Ansley busily knits her way out of conversations and the conflict at the Colosseum all allude to a surprising conclusion. Wharton cleverly reveals her theme “illicit passion” through this strategic symbolism foreshadowing a climatic ending. Mrs. Slade attempted to lead Mrs. Ansley to her death, but in the end it was Mrs. Ansley who figuratively stabs...

London by William Blake

William`s political views are clear throughout, his distrust of authority, and his hatred of the enslavement of society. He projects this through his dark imagery. His language throughout is morose and this sets the scene of a society ridden with poverty, working class people constantly being trod on by the ruling class. His social protest leaves the reader in do doubt that William detests the ine...

Tragedy as a Kind of Greek Art

Sullivan, S. D (2000). Euripides' use of Psychological Terminology. McGill-Queen University Press. Quebec Canada The book is the presentation of the data gathered from the study of the works of Euripides in relation to psychological terms. This reference was used on the paper to point that the choice of words of Euripides is uncommon yet more versatile in nature....

Walter Benjamin's Interview Like Сonversations with Brecht

What Adorno demonstrates in his criticism of Brecht is that form is not anatagonistic to content, as much as Brecht would have liked for it to be, but that Brechtian form eventually conceals the real horrors. Adorno then must be understood as a critic opposed to propaganda, not to political art. A thorough argument on the various modes of writing would require one to engage with the genealogy of t...

To Kill a Mockingbird

The mockingbird is compared to Boo Radley as at the end of the novel when he rescues the children from Bob Ewell, Heck Tate tries to convince Atticus that it was not Jem who stabbed Bob but Boo. Boo is extremely timid and frightened and thus, Heck sees no point in prosecuting him as it would bring him into the limelight and he would have to testify in front of many people. Heck feels that the dead...

Cyril Lionel Robert James

C. L. R. James made an argument that the revolt was a specific error, a total miscalculation of the constituent event, rather than just a moral weakness of Toussaint L’ouverature.  In this principle, James wanted to emphasize that due to the government’s lack of interest with the capitalist and land owners which are mostly Europeans, the necessitate to brought out series of Black Jacobins mov...

Eugene Ionesco's

Not only do Guil and Ros constantly repeat each other when they lack the originality or purpose to say something new, Stoppard takes lines directly from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, and has Guil and Ros unknowingly change to Shakespearean English and speak Shakespeare’s words whenever they converse with other characters from Hamlet, for example when first meeting Claudius, they say “We both obey/ A...

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Goethe not only was a guru in literary world but also he was an expert in science, religious studies, and politics, which gained him the name polymath. He was deeply involved in natural science and showed interest in morphology and color theory. Some of his works include, Metamorphosis of Plants and Theory of Colours. Also, being born in Lutheran family and having experience serving Duke Carl Augu...

Banjo Paterson

In 1903 Banjo married Alice Walker in Tenterfield. Their first home together was in Queen Street, Woollahra. They had two children, they were named Grace and Hugh. Grace was born in 1904 and Hugh was born in 1906. During World War One Banjo sailed to Europe hoping for an appointment as war corespondent. Instead he was an ambulance driver to the Australian Voluntary Hospital in France. He was event...

Tennessee Williams

One of the great American playwright, Tennessee Williams, has produced some of the best works we will ever see. Even though his professional career only lasted 45 years, his works are still being used all over the world. Tennessee Williams was an important American playwright who tied in his personal life into his writings, and used women over men in his plays, and he compared his works to the oth...

The Lucky One - Alternate Ending

“Ben!” Beth cried as she fell to the ground. She held her ankle and stared at her son as if there was nothing for her to do. Keith knelt down beside her and examined it quickly. “Wait here.” Keith told Beth. The weather was getting worse by the minute. Ben was holding on for dear life and Thibault was nowhere in sight. Keith ran over to the bridge and hesitated once he seen that it was o...

Morning Walk

They were so proud. They each carried one end of the jack, and let it dangle between them. They soon headed north toward their den. I wanted to follow, but I thought about how I wouldn’t want a stranger looking through the window when I am eating. So I left them alone and went home. Strathmore is a place that is simple, but has some of the greatest beauties. Strathmore isn’t just about the wil...

John Donne

Her own feelings are mirrored by Donne's "If poisnous minerals" is shown through her analysis. In her analysis she says, Donne "finds God's forgiveness hard to believe, so he crawls under a rock to hide. " Rather than trust God's mercy "I want to hide. I just want to curl up into a little ball. " Donne's poem If Poisonous Minerals has a direction relationship to the The Runaway Bunny read by Beari...

Virginia Woolf

The selection of detail indicates that people pay more attention to men than to women by giving men the best of the best and women what is considered as ordinary. The technique of personification describing the partridges creates a picture in the audience’s mind on how grand the meal is by saying the food had an entourage. Lastly there is a shift in tone going from enlightening “all are going ...

Sherlock Homes

Dr Roylott’s description makes the reader want to know how the crime occurred however, Boone’s description make the reader want to know ‘whodunit’ and how they did it. The Speckled Band has an obvious villain right from the very start Dr. Grimsby Roylott. The Man with the Twisted Lip does not have such a clear villain but a mere suspect the beggar, Hugh Boone, he at the moment is the only ...

Theme For Essays

I would write about the symptoms of anxiety disorders. For example there are psychological symptoms like social avoidance, depression, frustration, lack of concentration etc. Apart from that there are physical symptoms too, for example dizzy spells, fatigue, chest pain etc. This would throw light upon how it affects the people suffering from it. Apart from medication there are other things like go...

Jose Garcia Villa Biography

Villa only "resurfaced" in 1993 with an anthology entitled Charlie Chan Is Dead, which was edited by Jessica Hagedorn Several reprints of Villa's past works were done, including Appasionata: Poems in Praise of Love in 1979, A Parliament of Giraffes (a collection of Villa's poems for young readers, with Tagalog language Tagalog translation provided by Larry Francia), and The Anchored Angel: Selecte...

Manchild in the Promised Land

He attended one simply because he lusted after the preacher’s daughter and fondly recalled Father Divine’s 155th Street Mission, not for its spiritual nourishment, but because he could get all the food he could eat there for 15 cents. Brown also appreciated that the black churches of Harlem were commercial, as well as religious, enterprises. At Mrs Rogers’ storefront church, he recalled, “...

Gunslinger: Battle Between Good and Evil

King uses Roland, Eddie and Susannah to provide several different cases of the internal and external struggle between good and evil. King let his readers know that he believes love is an important factor in life, but even love must fall second to that which is the greater good. King conveys that the good always prevail, but he also tells his readers that not everyone who does good is rewarded. He ...

To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell

So we can say that the Peter’s poem is a parody of Marvell’s “To his Coy Mistress”. De Vries’s used the same structure and metaphors like Marvell in his poem. There are a many similarities, but there are also differences. “To his importunate Mistress” shows stereotypical characteristics, the most important thing in life is money, while “To his coy Mistress” speaks of love and pra...

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