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Literary Classics Essay Examples

The Pearl

The novel is about Kino a pearl fisher and his family. One day, a scorpion stung his son Coyotito. The doctor refused to treat him because Kino is poor and no money. So Kino went for pearl fishing in the hope that it would pay for his son’s treatment. Kino found a pearl. The pearl…

Shakespeares use of minor characters in Macbeth and Othello

Shakespeare tends to use his minor characters to allow a brief interlude of comic relief in his tragedies. However, these minor characters are also pivotal characters through which Shakespeare can convey much deeper and darker meanings to the audience whilst using black humour. The minor characters of the Porter in Macbeth and the Clown in…

Omens in Macbeth and Throughout History

“An omen is an observed phenomenon that is interpreted as signifying either good fortune or bad fortune. ” (1) Omens are numerous and varied. The concept of order was an extremely important one to William Shakespeare, and to Elizabethans in general. He saw the world as something planned and patterned. In the play, “Macbeth”, Shakespeare…

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Akira Kurosawa’s Throne of Blood and Roman Polanski’s Macbet

This essay provides a detailed and critical analysis of act 1 scene 7 from Macbeth and then proceeds to examine Aikira Kurosawa and Roman Polanski interpretation of the scene through their respective filmic adaptations. This scene from Shakespeare’s play depicts how “Macbeth muses on Duncan’s many good qualities, reflects that Duncan has been kind to…

Macbeth by William Shakespeare

In drama the audience is informed of each character’s personality by numerous ways, the most obvious being the character’s own actions and deeds. The use of a “second party” account, and finally the effective use of dramatic irony, where the audience knows something which the character is unaware of and then the audience can see…

Jane Eyre, Sparknotes

Jane Eyre Analysis Key Fact Genre A hybrid of three genres: the Gothic novel (utilizes the mysterious, the supernatural, the horrific, the romantic); the romance novel (emphasizes love and passion, represents the notion of lovers destined for each other); and the Bildungsroman (narrates the story of a character’s internal development as he or she undergoes…

Short Commentary on Othello Act 4 scene 1 lines 1-46

The opening scene of Act 4 in Othello succeeds one in which Othello begins to confront Desdemona about Cassio via the loss of her handkerchief. Bewildered by her husband’s strange new violent and jealous behaviour, Desdemona, unknowingly, tries even harder to help Cassio. She continually implores that Othello gives him back his position as officer,…

Mrs Dalloway

This essay will be investigating to what extent Woolf used her novel Mrs Dalloway to criticise the social system. To do this I will be taking into account the year the novel was written, and examining the social situations which the reader could have perceived to be critical. Also, it will be important to acknowledge…

The Wars by Timothy Findley

Women are a man’s mother, sister, daughter, best friend, and lover. A woman can leave a character-altering impression on a man. An unhealthy or devastating relationship between a man and a woman can lead to a strife within himself. In the novel The Wars by Timothy Findley, the role of female characters causes internal conflicts…

The balcony scene, Act 2 Scene 2, in Romeo & Juliet

The balcony scene, Act 2 Scene 2, in Romeo & Juliet is considered to be the most famous, romantic scene in the history of theatre & film. Discuss this scene & how it is effective as a piece of drama, pay particular attention to the different attitudes of Romeo & Juliet to their love &…

Was Friar Laurence partly to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths

Friar Laurence is a highly respected Holy, profoundly religious man, that is regarded with respect and has a reputation of deep wisdom with a high social status, as he is well a well-known member of society, in the city of Verona. For many years he has received countless confessions and has strong beliefs in his…

Intertextual Relations Between Romeo & Juliet the Play and the Baz Luhrmann Film

John Frow wrote “Texts are not structures of presence but traces and tracings of otherness. They are shaped by the repetition and the transformation of other textual structures. ” (Frow, ‘Intertextuality and Ontology’ from Worton and Still Intertextuality: Theories and Practises 1990. pg. 46) The “original” Shakespearean version of Romeo and Juliet (written between 1594…

Compare the different film versions of Romeo and Juliet

Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet have been adapted in many different ways by different people. Romeo and Juliet is a film that gripped the world, no matter what age or what language you spoke. Many directors from around the world made there own version of the film in many different languages. In this essay I will…

The tragedy, ‘Romeo and Juliet’

The tragedy, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ was written in the year of 1593. The play includes a number of universal themes such as love, hate, death and loyalty so as to capture the imagination of a range of audiences. In this essay I am going to start by including a very brief history of the Globe…

Romeo and Juliet Tragedy

It is my opinion that no one person can be held responsible for the tragic deaths of the two lovers, Romeo and Juliet. Rather it is a combination of people and circumstances that contrive to form a tragic ending. Obviously, Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy, and thus has all the generic features of a…

The Psychologicat Effects of the Dust Bowl

The Psychological Affects of the Dust Bowl The Dust Bowl was an added devastation accompanying the Great Depression. It lasted from 1930 to 1939 and is sometimes referred to as the “Dirty Thirties”. (Bonnifield) Lack of crop rotation and a heavy drought caused this trying time in American history. Over one third of the United…

Analysis: Ezra Pound’s Portrait d’une Femme

With so many poetic, literary devices available to writers, it is not common for an author to use several as tools in the same piece in order to construct his point. Ezra Pound is known for his brilliant use of perfect word combinations, which produce outstanding metaphors that allow a more direct treatment of objects….

English 4B

publication of Jane Austen’s novels Which event did not occur between 1750 and 1800? gentility In order to be socially acceptable, a family needed? increased because of lowered mortality rates from diseases Between 1760 and 1815, England’s population? first public railways opened in England What was an important improvement in transportation during this time period?…

The Lovely Bones

Novel text: The lovely bones A study of the writing techniques Sebold uses to engage with the readers. Focus on: 1. Narrative style -1st Person Narrative -Tone -Imagery 2. Use of Flashbacks 3. Symbols 4. Names of characters Themes: ? Death ? Grief ? Healing ? Loss of innocence ? Isolation /Ostracism ? Family relationships…

Jonathan Livingston Seagull

Richard Bach was born in 1936 in Oak Park, Ill. Grand son of JS Bach the great composer. He attended Long Beach State College (now California State University, Long Beach) in 1955. An airplane pilot, he got married with his first wife and had six children, then divorced and left his family in part because…

Catch 22, Close reading of Chapter 24

‘Catch 22’ is a novel set in World War 2. The universal phrase ‘Catch 22’ simply means a situation whereby one is destined to lose. The passage is placed in the setting of Milo and Yossarian engaged in a conversation concerning Milo’s investment, Egyptian cotton. Milo’s character is symbolic of what is wrong with capitalism;…

Summary of El Coronel No Tiene Le Escriba (Not Mine)

Summary of the work by chapters. “The colonel one writes,” is a work that consists of seven chapters separated by a white typo. In this paper, I will stop for a brief summary of each chapter. First, the Colonel wakes up and discovers that coffee is not enough for breakfast and have to attend a funeral, which…

How Is the Character of Tita Presented in the Opening Chapters of Like Water for Chocolate?

How is the character of Tita presented in the opening chapters of like water for chocolate? “Like Water for Chocolate” by Laura Esquivel has many complex and interesting ways of presenting and developing its characters. In this essay, I will present and explain some of the ways Laura Esquivel builds the character Tita from birth…

The style of Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  As the novel reaches its concluding stages, critics say the mood is “paradoxically apocalyptic” (Telgen 236). It reveals the conflict ahead. As Fermina and Florentiono are taking their boat trip together, he tells the captain to fly the yellow flag symbolizing cholera so that no passengers will get on or off. The captain does…

Howard Roark, in Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead

That is probably the most selfish statement that you have ever heard in your life. Selfishness in our society is view as a bad thing. What if someone could perfectly articulate that selfishness, in it’s purest form, could be the best way to live your life? Ayn Rand’s “rational selfishness” is best shown by her…

Literary Analysis of the Dubliners

ENG 301 Literature Analysis Title: Dubliners “Eveline”, James Joyce Cast: Main Characters: Eveline Hill, her father, her mother, Frank, Minor Characters: a man, the children playing in the field( the Devines, Waters, Dunns, little Keogh, her brothers and sisters, Ernest, Tizzie Dunn, Margaret Alacovaz, Miss Gaven, Harry and the organ player Character: Eveline Hill Caregiver:…

Willa Cather a Lost Lady

In Willa Cather’s A Lost Lady, we are confronted with many examples of love and personal growth, two themes that Cather seamlessly intertwines by utilizing her technique of elucidation of complex emotion through use of nature and landscape throughout the novel. In this essay, I argue that Cather defines love and personal growth of Marian…

Soldier’s Home

Soldier’s Home By Ernest Hemingway In the battlefield soldiers are experiencing war, death, loss – they kill and watch fellow soldiers getting killed. Being a soldier is in no way an easy life, and it is hard for people, who have not experienced war to understand. When these soldiers returns from war they need to…

What is truth according to Platos allegory of the cave?

  However Antigone disagrees and wants to bury her brother in accordance to the will of the gods. And so she does. There is no right or wrong here, just an opposition of opinion on who is right. The truth they believe in is right according to them. Thus proving in this context that truth…

Moby Dick Analysis

Literary Analysis of Moby Dick by Herman Melville Introduction The narrator in the beginning, Ishmael, announces his intent of becoming a whaler, and thus the story begins. Ishmael signs on to the Pequod under Captain Ahab, to hunt the legendary white whale, Moby Dick. After leaving the port in Nantucket, Ahab’s smuggled-on crew of harpooners…

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