I therefore believe that every discovery is unique in their presentation of a constant flow of newer and changing perceptions of the world. In his play, Away BY Michael Go explores the rejuvenation of his characters through their renewed perception of themselves and the others in the play.
In addition the Edgar Allen Pope’s short story oval portrait explores the unexpected discoveries of the . Narrator. Both texts provide a renewed understanding of ourselves and the world around us.
Every discovery of the world is a rebirth and a reawakening because it offers renewed perceptions Of the world around us. Coral is married to Roy had a son who died in the Vietnam War, the Vietnam war serves a dramatic purpose experimentation coral’s loss.
Coral experiences extreme grief at the loss of her ‘son’; however she experiences a profound rejuvenation of life through Tom’s play -? “The Stranger On The Shore” which uses the play within a play technique that Go sees to show his audiences the effect that plays have on human emotions which subsequently leads to their revival / reawakening.
That lead to re- discovery. This This Provides a renewed understanding of themselves and others around. Tom’s imminent death encapsulates the plays major thematic concern and determines its direction.
The play opens with the Shakespearean play A Midsummer Night Dreams in which Tom plays the role of Puck. Just as Puck directs the dance of the fairies in the school performance so too does Tom who channels the plays action.
His discovery of two characters with strongly opposing views: Coral and Gwen is reflected by their re-evaluation of their lives. About life Coral seems to have immersed herself in loss claiming rhetorically that, ‘It’s everywhere isn’t it? In the air that we breathe’ emotively portraying her discovery of the continuous reminder of her son.
She yells out You sent him away’ portraying her vulnerability as she blames Roy for her son’s death’. Every discovery of the world is a rebirth and a reawakening because it offers renewed perceptions of the world around us unexpectedness’s discoveries can lead individuals to renewed perceptions of ourselves and The concept of discovery of others is represented in horror short story Oval portrait” through consequences of discovery can be far reaching even life changing Peashooter’s.
Pope’s horror short story clearly reinforces the notion of renewed perceptions of the world around ourselves and others discovery of others. Edgar Allen Poe was an American author, poet, editor and literacy critic who was considered part the American Romantic Movement. Best known his tales Of mystery and death. The author explores this by revealing how unexpected discoveries can lead individuals to recognize other’s obsessions,. Ruin fatal love relationships and incomprehensible madness.
This is evident when the narrator for example is fascinated by both the oval portrait and the book which explains the painters wild obsessions with wife to the point that his wife to the narrator immediately develops a high degree of curiosity in terms of questioning how this painting came to existence and what this artwork could teach him about humanity, love and life in general outgeneraled. The protagonist finds this object both fascinating and provocative. ” I was the portrait of a young girl just ripening into womanhood…..
In a very few moment I again looked fixedly at the painting. ‘Pope’s uses contemplative tone when the narrator’s discovery of this artwork clearly sparks a great deal of curiosity, mainly his interest in the fatal relationship between the printer and his wife. “the ‘The cause of my deep agitation being thus shut from view, I sought eagerly the volume which discussed the painting and their histories. Turning to the number which signaled the oval portrait, I read the vague and quaint words which follow “.
Pope’s use of first person narrative voice by helping the readers empathic with the protagonist and his fascination with the lady in the artwork. Readers can ascertain that the narrator is also another victim of art, indeed he falls in love like the painter to art and for his painting. An individuals’ obsession with the artistic form can lead to destructive relationships and madness. Edgar Allen Poe (1809-1849) was an American author, poet, editor and literacy critic ho was considered part the American Romantic Movement . Best known his tales of mystery and death.
This text is therefore one of integrity as the author catered to gothic literature which combined romanticism and parts of death elements in the setting, plot and the characters in his text highlighted the fact that discoveries may be caused by a sense of wonder and remunerated discoveries can lead individuals to renewed perceptions of ourselves and others. In a world as complex as ours, there are a constant presentation of discoveries. Therefore believe that every discovery is unique n their presentation of a constant flow of newer and changing perceptions of the world.
Go explores the rejuvenation of his characters through their renewed perception of themselves and the others in the play this evident in coral’s loss of her son. In addition the Pope’s short story oval portrait explores the unexpected discoveries of the narrator this is shown with the narrator’s recantation and his wife being reunited from his previous life thus a rejuvenation in life. Both texts provide a renewed understanding of ourselves and the world around us.