The Virtues Of Meursault In The Stranger

The Virtues Of Meursault In The Stranger

Meursault, Albert Camus’s main character, has an interesting relationship with his environment. Meursault is naturally curious and wonders what the purpose and reality of situations are. He often wonders if an interaction is “natural.” While the meaning of this phrase …

Critical Analysis Of J.d. Vance’s Book ‘Hillbilly Elegy’

Critical Analysis Of J.d. Vance’s Book ‘Hillbilly Elegy’

This is a criticism of J.D. Vance. Published by HarperCollins Publishers.

In his book Hillbilly Elegy, J.D. reveals his experiences growing up in an Appalachian region of the United States. Vance is a master at helping the reader understand the …

Coexistence Of Good And Evil In To Kill A Mockingbird

Coexistence Of Good And Evil In To Kill A Mockingbird

Harper Lee uses a variety of methods to characterize the characters in To Kill A Mockingbird. These include action/incidents, emotional settings, reactions, and thoughts. The theme is that ‘Good can coexist with Evil’. To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee …

Reflection On The Book Siddhartha By Hermann Hesse

Reflection On The Book Siddhartha By Hermann Hesse

Siddhartha opens up the mind of the reader to other cultures and helps him discover the meaning of his life, as well as the difficulties he will face on the road to true enlightenment. Siddhartha is a story about a …

An Analysis Of The Reasons Why Homer’s Iliad Is Considered As A Morality Play

An Analysis Of The Reasons Why Homer’s Iliad Is Considered As A Morality Play

Homer uses the Iliad as a way to show that people are susceptible to malicious intent no matter what their moral compass says. The Iliad can therefore be seen as a play of morality. The Iliad, too, is considered a …

Family Connections In “Tropic Of Orange”

Family Connections In “Tropic Of Orange”

Karen Tei Yamashita s novel Tropic of Orange has seven parts. This includes the narration, but also the opinions, lifestyles and stories of her seven characters. The idea of family is something that we all share. No matter whether it’s …

Analyzing Lady Mary’s Turkish Embassy Letters: Gender, Writing, And Identity

Analyzing Lady Mary’s Turkish Embassy Letters: Gender, Writing, And Identity

Identity is a idiosyncratic way of defining a person. It can be influenced by many factors: race, class, culture, gender and so on. The Turkish Diplomatic Letters has an orientalist preconception of the East. In this ideal, identity is solely …

Kate Chopin’s Description Of The Topic Of Liberty In Women And Marriage As Depicted In Her Narratives, The Storm And The Story Of An Hour

Kate Chopin’s Description Of The Topic Of Liberty In Women And Marriage As Depicted In Her Narratives, The Storm And The Story Of An Hour

Susan B Anthony stated that “Independence brings happiness,” but it hasn’t always been easy to achieve. Chopin’s “The Storm”, “The Story of an Hour”, and other stories featuring strong female leads, convey themes of independence and marriage. The stories also …

Imagery Of Nature In “Girl Lithe And Tawny” By Pablo Neruda

Imagery Of Nature In “Girl Lithe And Tawny” By Pablo Neruda

Pablo Neruda uses nature in his “Twenty Love Poems & a Song of Despair”, to express the love he has for a woman, and loneliness he feels when surrounded by her. One of his poems, “Girl Lithe and Tawny”, is …

Analysis Of The Definitive Moment In Henrik Ibsen’s Play A Doll’s House

Analysis Of The Definitive Moment In Henrik Ibsen’s Play A Doll’s House

Drama “A Doll’s House: The definitive moment”

Henrik Ibsen wrote “A Doll’s House” in 1879 and it premiered in the Royal Theatre of Copenhagen, Denmark. (Lee, J. 2007, para 1). The play’s definitive moment occurred when Niles says to Nora: …