Essays on Literary Genre

War Poetry Within The Late 18th Early 19th Century

Poetry within the late 18th early 19th century often portrayed numerous positive attitudes towards ideologies such as, militarism and its perspectives of glorified war and death within war, as well as it being considered a heroic adventure. By adoring the concept of war being a valiant experience, poetry of the time, alongside other media such...
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Novels: Everyone Should Read Them

The culture of reading novels is in great decline. In the modern digital world, majority of what we read is in the form of pdfs and audio books. Be it a student who already has many course books to read or an employee who is occupied by an extremely hectic schedule, I think everyone should...
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Science Fiction As A Genre Of Literature

Science fiction is a genre of fiction in which the stories have a relationship with the principles of science involving true fictitious laws or theories of science. In addition, it has a relation with human elements, explaining what effect new discoveries, happenings, and scientific developments will have on us in the future.  Throughout the years...
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Science Fiction As A Genre About Science And Technology

Ender’s Games, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Dune, The Martian, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Hunger Games are all examples of science fiction movies or books. Science fiction is a genre that is about science and technology. Some of the characteristics of sci-fi include being futuristic, non-human, time travel, science and technology, journeys, and...
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Epistolary: The Appearance Of Truth

About the peculiarities of Bram Stoker’s Dracula “What manner of a man is this, or what manner of creature is it in the semblance of man? I feel the dread of this fear – and there is no escape for me; I am encompassed about the terrors that I dare not to think of…” (Stoker...
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Power Of Structure: Epistolary Form Of Dracula

Dracula is a gothic novel from 1897 by Bram Stoker. It became a very popular story during that time, but nowadays, it is still very influential. Dracula is one of the most important gothic and horror characters of all times. The success of Bram Stoker not only has to do with the literary elements of...
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Analysis Of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 30

Many, both professional and amateur, critics analyze William Shakespeare’s sonnets with a fine-tooth comb. From the manipulation of iambic pentameter and rhyme scheme to the combination of mismatched words, Shakespeare’s sonnets are interpreted in various different ways. “Sonnet 30”, is a popular one among critics, for most believe it to be a great metaphor, one...
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Gothic Literature And Horror Films

Edgar Allen Poe wrote amazing writings that included Gothic Literature with all his suspense and mysterious acts. Poe made a very big impact on Gothic Literature. Poe’s writings impacted people from his writings and inspired them to write also, even to make a film from his writings. His work impacted directors to make Horror Films...
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The Legend Of Robin Hood

A hero stands up for the minority, the exploited, those oppressed when no one else will rise to the occasion. Many heroes share this capability, but some are different in the way they achieve this. Robin Hood is a special hero, for he is not simply a self-sacrificing outlaw who stood up for the vast...
3691 Words 8 Pages
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