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Summary: “The Male Body: A New Look at Men in Public and in Private”

In the extract from her book The Male Body: A New Look at Men in Public and in Private, Susan Bordo (1999) discusses the peculiarities of the complica...

Trimmings by Harryette Mullen

Trimmings is a collection of short experimental poems, where the author tried to discover different social problems, including race and women’s righ...

Essential Touch: Meeting the Needs of Young Children

Introduction The paper discusses the book called Essential Touch: Meeting the Needs of Young Children written by Frances M. Carlson. The book was publ...

The Role of Music in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

The epic trilogy written by John Ronald Ruel Tolkien is one of the most popular fantasies loved and known by all kinds of readers around the world. Th...

The Setting in Kate Chopin’s “The Storm”

The setting in Kate Chopin’s “The Storm” makes ideal conditions for a treacherous affair. The author creates a perfect setting and u...

A Comparison Essay between “The Masque of the Red” and “The Beggar Woman of Locarno”

This essay aims to compare the stories “The Masque of the Red” and “The Beggar of Locarno”. The story of Masque of the Red Dea...

The Author’s Perception of Death and the Treatment of Death in Everyman

Every man is a play that was written in the 15th century and is employed as a spiritual message from the almighty God to the human being. The message ...

Human and Inhuman Transformation

Middle Passage is a novel written by Charles Johnson that focuses on human and inhuman transformations. He writes about the escapades and experiences ...

Defining the American Short Story Genre

Critics of the modern American short story face a crisis of classification analyzing the merits of an art form that eludes comfortable definition. Bef...

The Jungle

Upton Sinclair was a poor, young and socialist man hoping to reconstruct the universe using written literature. He was a journalist, a writer of sever...

Walk on Water

In his book ‘Walk on Walter’, Michael Ruhlman clearly indicates how willingness and skills can save millions of lives. The author concentr...

Pygmalion

The Pygmalion is one of the most entertaining British plays that are loved by many people to the present time. The play is an intriguing due to its so...

Gimpel the Fool

The main character in the short story ‘Gimpel the Fool’ by the name Gimpel is used by the writer to pass a number of lessons to the commun...

Japanese Literature

Use of different masks for different roles: In Japanese Noh theatre, different masks are used for representing different roles played by the actors. A...

Symbolism in “The fall of the house of Usher”

Edgar Allen Poe in his short story “The fall of the house of Usher” narrates the tale of a family that seems to have a strange mystery. Th...

Salman Rushdie’s “Jaguar Smile”

The jaguar smile is a book written by Salman Rushdie in the year 1987 during the Nicaraguan Revolution. He came to be acquainted with a broad variety ...

Boccaccio: The Decameron

Giovanni Boccaccio's The Decameron is a sharp societal writing that showed the thoughts and subject matter of the new establishment. Boccaccio was bor...

Heroic Nora Helmer in Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House”

Introduction Nora Helmer is the central character in “A Doll's House” by Henrik Ibsen. She is a mother of three children and the wife of T...

Dante’s Presentation of Love and Science in The Divine Comedy

Historically, Middle Ages received their name for being a transfer between antiquity and modernity. This was true about culture, science, religion and...

Nature of Love in Midsummer Dream’s Night

Shakespeare’s comedies are known for creating an atmosphere of play, which goes in alignment with his saying that the world is a theatre and all...

The Merchant of Venice: The World of Venice and the World of Belmont

Shakespeare’s plays are known for their structure, which is often based on similar principles. One of them is contrast, which can be applied to ...

The Theme of Adolescence in Out of Dust by Karen Hesse

Whenever authors make a teenager the main character of their stories, this means that transformation has to be expected that deals with coming of age ...

Death in Hamlet

The story of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, is William Shakespeare’s tragedy in five acts. It is not only one of his most famous plays, but one of t...

Wuthering Heights Series

"Wuthering Heights" is the only novel and the most famous work by Emily Bronte. It has a typical plot, where the innovative use of multiple narrators ...

Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost

Such poems are difficult to write and are evocative. In these lines you will not be able to hide weak words. That is a kind of poetry in English that ...

Literary Analysis of Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson

The sense of real Christian’s life is to Love the Lord your God and your neighbors with all Your heart. These words appear to all Christians all...

Survey of African American Literature

Annotated Bibliography Madhubuti, Haki. “Introduction to Black Literature/ African American Literature”. Black History Month. n.p., n.d. W...

The Lottery by Shirley Jackson

"The Lottery" is a story by Shirley Jackson that aroused much criticism and controversy in 1948, following its first publication. The author craftily ...

Summary of Go Tell It on the Mountain by James Baldwin

The story is told in ornate, biblical and beautiful language that single-handedly transforms the traditional American language. Go Tell It on the Moun...

Angela’s Ashes

The first half of the XX century was quite a difficult time for the Irish people. This especially concerned the Irish Catholic families with a typical...

A Critical Analysis of August Strindberg’s A Dream Play

August Strindberg wrote A Dream Play in 1901. The play sought to break from the past aiming to find its own unique niche. While most former plays had ...

The Parable of the Sadhu

Moral dilemmas have always been there in the history of humanity. They are still common today, and they are here to stay. All sectors of life grapple ...

Epic Literature

Q#1. Epic literature is a term used to describe a narrative poem that exposes character presenting high level of adventuring skills, which deem them ...

Civilization and Its Discontents

The greatest contention in Sigmund Feud’s Civilization and Its Discontents lies in the sheer hypothesis that what we today call civilization (ku...

The Jaguar Smile: a Nicaraguan Journey by Salman Rushdie

The Jaguar Smile: a Nicaraguan Journey is an account of the political as well as a social life of the people of Nicaragua at a time when everything in...

A historical analysis of William Blake’s poem “London”

“London” by William Blake is one of the most popular poems among the poetry lovers. The poem was written to depict London during the time ...

Aristotle the Philosopher

Aristotle the Philosopher was a respectable Greek philosopher who lived between 384 and 322 BC; he lived for 61 years. He was also a scientist and a l...

The Story of an Hour

Kate Chopin wrote “The Story of an Hour” in 1894. During that period, women were not empowered therefore they had little or no influence i...

Be Cool

Kindness can be defined as being cool and considerate towards other people. It is a crucial virtue in any society as it ensures peaceful mutual relati...

Nervous Conditions

Nervous Conditions is a novel that was written by a Zimbabwean, Tsitsi Dangarembga. The plot of the story is based on the social and psychosomatic con...

Christianity and the Victorian Writer

With the existing literature, Christianity can be seen as one of the religions that faced a lot of challenges and oppositions from different people wh...

Death of the Ball Turret Gunner

The death of the Ball Turret Gunner is one of the few war poems available in various literature holographs. The poem, written by Randall Jarrell and p...

Contrast Essays

Each of the three authors of the essay either served as congressman, legislator or senator before they took the crucial executive branch position in t...

Article Review

The article, Labeur and Paresse: Ideological Representation of Medieval Peasant Labor, talks about the discrimination that became trendy during the me...

The Rise of the New World in Aeschylus’ The Oresteia

But who can tell aright the fiercer thing, The aweless soul, within man's breast inhabiting? Who tell how, passion-fraught and love - distraught, &nbs...

1984 by George Orwell

The title of the book is 1984. It is written by George Orwell. The book was published on 1 December 2009 by Mahaveer Publishers, which is a publishing...

Everyman

1. The anatomy of damnation The closest artwork similar to Everyman in the fact that a person’s internal soul is divided into different parts th...

Realism And Naturalism In American Literature: Interconnection And Interdependence

Change of eras has consequences in various areas of human knowledge, includingculture, philosophy or literature. It was at the turn of the century a r...

Reconciliation in Lord

In the letter to Romans, St. Paul appeals to both the Jews and the Gentile. His mission is to call for obedience of faith among all the nations for th...

The City of God

In The City of God Augustine explains his mission as to disclose the delusions of the pagans who prefer their fictitious gods to Lord, the Founder of ...

The Virtues of a Prince

Niccolò Machiavelli offers a provocative concept of virtue for a prince. It is stated that a perfect prince would naturally possess all the ima...

Happiness and Virtue

Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics reveals the author’s proactive conception of good, happiness and virtue. Each activity is undertaken for ce...

Aeneas as the Gods’ Favorite

Since Aeneas is the main character of the epic poem written by Virgil, it is obvious that the plot will circle around him. It is typical for epos that...

The Silmarillion

The history of the people of the Middle Earth is captured articulately by Tolkien, J. They included elves, dwarves and humans. Complexities and tensio...

A Visit to Grandmother

The story “A Visit to the Grandmother” introduces us to the problems faced by a family in the modern society. It brings out underlying iss...

Proust

Marcel Proust is best known for his novel “Remembrance of Things Past,” which was an exemplary work of literature in the 20th century. At ...

City’s Attraction for Women

The author of the story begins by a short comparison of how life used to be when people would raise or manufacture in their own households. This, acco...

Mark Twain and Kate Chopin

In Mark Twain’s “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”, romanticism and realism meet in the scene of establishing of the gang. Tom Saw...
 
 
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