I Am Not What I Am – Quote Meaning and Analysis
Essay 3 pages (805 words)

In the play Othello by William Shakespeare, the main villain, Iago, says many things hinting that he is not who he appears to be on the outside. Iago seems to be calm and kind, warm-hearted and loyal: many even call him “honest Iago,” but there…

Answers to questions of 12 test
Q&A 15 pages (4440 words)

Reading Questions 12-1: Petrarch, Letter to Livy 1. Why did Petrarch admire Livy? Petrarch views Livy as a hard-working, perfect role model, as he claims that Livy wrote “one hundred and forty-two books on Roman affairs. With what fervor, with what unflagging zeal must though…

“Half a Day” by Naguib Mahfouz literature analysis
Essay 3 pages (876 words)

“Half a Day” by Naguib Mahfouz is an allegorical short story that reflects the journey of life and the speed in which it begins and ends. It also gives representation to stages and changes that occur within a person during their time on Earth. “Half…

The tale of Lenny Seth childhood in the city of Lahore
Essay 6 pages (1530 words)

As the protagonist and narrator of the novel, Lenny Seth tells the tale of her childhood in the city of Lahore. She is a five years old girl in the beginning of the novel and eight years old in the end of the novel. She…

Sustainability and Greed
Research Paper 14 pages (4091 words)

Declaration By submitting this portfolio, I implicitly declare that this is my own work except for the Introduction which was kindly written for me by my lecturer. I am aware that if ANY unacknowledged copying is detected in ANY answer, I will get 0 (zero)…

Yeats as a modern poet
Essay 2 pages (544 words)

Yeats as a modern poet. Answer:- William Butler Yeats, one of the modern poets, influences his contemporaries as well as successors, such as T. S. Eliot, Ezra Pound and W. B. Aden. Though three common themes In Yeats’ poetry are love, Irish Nationalism and mysticism,…

Wordsworth theory of language of poetry
Essay 2 pages (447 words)

Wordsmith theory of language of poetry and Coleridge criticism on It, is of great significance In the history of literary criticism. Wordsmith revolts against the poetic diction of eighteenth century. HIS theory has some merits and at the same time has certain demerits. Rejection of…

Robert Frost as a Modernist Poet
Essay 3 pages (708 words)

The modern elements of his poetry are those of capitalism, the self-centeredness f the mordents man, the bored existence, isolation, dilemma, and symbolism. The two poems that seemed to me most striking modern in nature were The Death of the Hired Man and Home Burial.…

Book summary Jasper Jones by Craig Silvey
Book Summary 5 pages (1262 words)

Jasper Jones written by Craig Silvey is a coming of age, mystery novel set in an Australian rural town in the 1960s. It explores the events surrounding the grim disappearances of Laura Wishart in the small town of Corrigan, a place filled with undercurrents of…

Analysis of “The Bass the River and Sheila Mant”
Book Review 4 pages (954 words)

“The Bass the River and Sheila Mant” by W. D. Wetherell, is an initiation story in which the symbols of fishing and Sheila Mant illustrate how the character of the narrator transforms from youth and innocence to sophistication and maturity. At age fourteen, it is…

My Favorite Restaurant
Essay 1 pages (257 words)

My Favorite Restaurant I always enjoy eating at a restaurant, probably because it means I do not have to cook! My mother always told me that it is much more healthier for me to have a meal at home. Actually like cooking, but sometimes it…

Analysis of the Sacrificial Egg by Chinua Achebe
Rhetorical Analysis 2 pages (535 words)

In “The Sacrificial Egg”, the author, Chinua Achebe “presents the conflict between an African civilization called Igbo and Westernization, specifically European. ” (Joaquin, 2003) The protagonist, whose name is Julius Obi, is a product of European and African culture– he is a Western educated Igbo.…

The novel So Much to Tell You by John Marsden
Essay 4 pages (1163 words)

The novel “So Much to Tell You” by John Marsden explores the concept of growth and change, as it follows the main character, Marina’s, struggle to become whole again. The novel reflects Marina’s feelings and emotions through the use of language and the structural technique…

Death used as a prominent theme to shape the tragic vision of Wuthering Heights
Essay 3 pages (736 words)

In the introduction of Heathcliff into the world of Wuthering Heights, we see the connection between him and Mr. Earnshaw (the father of Catherine and Hindley). This introduction causes bitterness and resentment to come into Wuthering Heights especially from Hindley towards Heathcliff. However, with the…

A Wrinkle in Time Quotes
Essay 3 pages (643 words)

“Life, with its rules, its obligations, and its freedoms, is like a sonnet: You’re given the form, but you have to write the sonnet yourself. – Mrs. Whatsit” “Believing takes practice.” “We can’t take any credit for our talents. It’s how we use them that…

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