Samples "Literature"

Literature

Haworth, England is not a name that will come to mind when one thinks of important locations in England or Great Britain. An unassuming town in industrialized northern England, Haworth’s most famous daughters are the Brontës, titans of 19th century British literature. Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë became internationally famous...

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The play Hamlet offers a story of a Danish royal family and conflicts arising within it after the death of the king. After the king dies, Prince Hamlet seems stricken by grief, as he knew that his senior brother had killed their father, married Gertrude, and had taken his position...

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Women were never strange to Chinese literature. In Chinese tradition it is believed that Cai, the Chinese word for literary abilities, for the talent of writing, can be possessed both by males and the females. But there was a small detail, which did not allow women take the central part...

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These stories create a frame work in understanding the various literature disciplines. In particular, the stories underline the power of suspense in literature. Time and space are limited in the readers mind in order to create a taste for anxiety and anticipation. Use of dramatic narrative and fiction has been...

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Paradise Lost by John Milton is an epic poem universally considered a masterpiece of English literature. It retells the Old Testament story of the Fall of Man. Interestingly, in this version Satan, who tempted Eve to eat the forbidden fruit, while disguised as a serpent, is not a one-dimensional villain,...

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Q3 .Characterization Of SatanThe poem characterizes Satan as cunning and convincing. The cunning character is emphasized when Satan tricks angel Uriel to an extent of showing him the home to man. Also in the Garden of Eden, Satan's cunningness is shown. Satan is in a position to entering a serpent....

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The speech, delivered by William Faulkner dates to 1949, the post-war times where appeals were to touch people’s feelings first. Therefore, the rhetorical strategy in the given speech comprises the pathos, which is rather personified, inductive reasoning, which one can support with evidence from the author’s literature and deductive reasoning...

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What impressed me most about Toni Morrison’s lecture was her emphasis on words capable of oppressing people. Humans have always deployed language for the abusive purposes and insults. At the same time, humans are the ones who do language that fairly measure their lives, according to Morrison. By alluding to...

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A Rose for Emily is a story concerned with the nature of change, transition and with capacity for an individual to exist in a liminal space between between historical periods. The figure of Emily is one such character; some who who is treated as a “curiosity” and a “monument” by...

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