Old Man and the Sea

This being a research paper on the book written by Ernest Hemingway, the novel The Old man and the Sea. I am going to be reviewing articles on this book to come up with a comprehensive research paper that discusses the themes in this book and the characters in the book. In this research, I […]

Human Experiences

Introduction Human experiences are inevitable and affect people from all corners of the world whether they are wealthy or struggling financially and in a strong or weak relationship. Human experiences are emphasized through the play ‘Ruby Moon’ composed by Matt Cameron where the Human Experience of the loss of a child is addressed to the […]

Theme of Cultural Transition

Abstract The theme of cultural transition is well portrayed throughout the two books; Things Fall Apart and The Lion and The Jewel. On the other hand, the elements of change in both books defer, as in Things Fall Apart, what brings the change originates from the outside, that is, the missionaries; while Lakunle acts as […]

Obscured Feminism in a man of the People

A significant number of critics across the world claim that Chinua Achebe does not represent women as active participants in his fictional communities he has been using across his works of literature. These criticism neglects women’s contestation as male dominate both political and aesthetic as employed in the novel A Man of the People. The […]

Creation of Victor – Frankenstein

Question1 We learn that he is a professional performer who is capable of entertaining his audience. His work is to motivate his audiences to utilize writing processes. Question 2 What’s the point of the frame narrative? Why do we begin and end with Robert Walton? Does he learn a lesson from his encounter with Frankenstein? […]

How does Lincoln’s “Address Delivered at the Dedication of the Cemetery at Gettysburg” demonstrate his rhetorical skill?

Introduction The following essay is a summary of the address delivered by Abraham Lincoln during the time he was dedicating the cemetery of Gettysburg during the American civil war 1863. The speech came just after the war with the belief of transcendentalism which came upon with Henry, Ralph, Margaret and other members in a club. […]

Great Expectations Novel/Film comparison

In 1946, David Lean made a movie of Charles Dickens’ novel Great Expectations. Both the book and the film are set in England and recount the tale of a youthful apprentice by the name Pip. In the two forms, a secretive and anonymous supporter gives Pip cash so he can turn into a courteous fellow […]

Discourses of rank in Shakespeare′s Othello

Foucault defined discourse as the ways of constituting knowledge, attached to the social practices, forms of subjectivity as well as the power relations that exist in the knowledge and relations between them. They circulate the nature of the body, unconscious and conscious mind as well as the emotional life of the subjects. Discourse provides the […]