Essays on Book

The Symbolism Of Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Minister's Black Veil

Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘The Black Veil of the Minister’ exemplifies the sins we commit separate us from each other as a whole. Throughout this story Reverend Hooper wears a dark veil and never takes it off. He has noted a dark, concealed self of secret sin in everyone. In wearing the veil, Hooper carries out the...
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Various Aspects Of Man-Woman Relationship In The Selected Novels Of D. H Lawrence

Abstract: The aim of the study is to explore the complexity in human relationships in D.H Lawrence selected novels ‘Sons & Lovers’, ‘Women In Love’ ,’ Lady Chatterley’s Lover’, and The White Peacock. D. H. Lawrence is a well-known English novelist whose novels represent an extended reflection upon the dehumanizing effects of modernity and industrialization....
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Life Of Women In A Patriarchal Society: Tsitsi Dangarembga And Mariama Ba

How do the authors Tsitsi Dangarembga and Mariama Ba make it difficult for women to survive in a patriarchal society in their literary works; “Nervous conditions” and “So long a letter”? Introduction The hardships of womanhood in a patriarchal society have been portrayed to their full capacity in the two books “Nervous conditions “and “So...
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Love And Marriage In Novel The Return Of The Native

Abstract: This study represents a concept of love and marriages in novel The Return Of The Native Egdon heath represents the rustic past before human intrusion and also adds to the sense of separation suffered by those already remote in human relationships, such as Eustacia and Wildeve. This thematic concern of rural life is also...
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The Dialogue In The Fiction Of David Herbert Lawrence

Abstract: The paper describes the artistic world of D. H. Lawrence form the point of theory of intermediality, that is the implementation of the visual, musical and cinematographic imagery in the work of verbal art as well as the dialogue between the tradition and novelty Key words: dialogue, intermediality, modernism, imagery Any transitional epoch is...
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The Book Thief: The Book Of Pivotal Moments

Books are more than just words on compiled pieces of paper. They help shape a person’s thoughts and feelings, even in life-changing moments. In the novel The Book Thief, books are a significant motif, due to the places that they show up within the story. These places include Werner’s passing, the departure of Max, and...
1196 Words 3 Pages

A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man: Critical Points Of View

Werner argues that Joyce’s own ‘writing is an extension of his particular experience as a man within a patriarchal hegemony’ (Wegner, 114). Joyce conveys this reality by recounting these semi-autobiographical experiences as a young man grappling with achieving growth, self actualization, finding truth and finding his gender identity in the process. Wegner argues that rather...

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