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Love and Loss

Sugata Saurahba is an epic Nepal poem written by Chittadhar featuring the life of the Buddha. The poem focuses on the theme of love and loss through the life of Buddha. There is Gautama the crown prince who is so much loved by his parents respected adored by his people that he is not allowed […]

Pages: 2 Words: 517 Topics: Buddha, Hope, Love, Old Age

Finding Hope and Courage through Faith

When people go through a series of misfortunate events, they turn to believe in a universal power or put their faith in God. Having a strong belief in someone or something helps overcome everyday struggles. It makes people mentally stronger to be able to handle hardships. In the memoirs Every Falling Star and How Dare […]

Pages: 3 Words: 758 Topics: Courage, Faith, Hope, Prayer
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Analysis of Emily Dickinson’s Poem

Speaker: Emily Dickinson Perspective: It is displayed in the poet’s point of view. The poem showcases the poet’s contemplative thoughts on the subject of hope and it’s most accurate physical representation. Audience: General Tone: The poet conveys a sincere and contemplative tone. Mood: The poem emits an idyllic mood. Structure: Iambic Trimeter. It contains 3 […]

Pages: 2 Words: 677 Topics: Emily Dickinson, Hope

“A Small, Good Thing” a Pessimistic or Optimistic Story?

“A small, Good Thing,” is a play that begins by narrating an event of Saturday afternoon in an American city that is not named. The story addresses some themes like connection, loss, conflict, helplessness loneliness and isolation themes which make the play to be pessimistic. This play generally portrays pessimistic after Scotty was hit by […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1139 Topics: Hope, Optimism

Problems of American History

Cornel West is the author of Democracy Matters, Winning the Fight Against Imperialism. It was published by the Penguin Group in 2004. Cornel West is best known for his literary work, Race Matters, which analyzes the impact race has had in American history. In Democracy Matters, West dives into the problematic behavior of the United […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1303 Topics: Behavior, Consumerism, Democracy, Hope, Imperialism, Liberalism, Nihilism, Political Ideologies, United States

Jonathan Edwards and Nathaniel Hawthorne: American Literature

Edwards’s and Hawthorne’s Divergent Handlings of the Inescapability of Sin Jonathan Edwards’s and Nathaniel Hawthorne’s respective pieces, “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” and “Young Goodman Brown,” present perspectives and arguments about human morality. The two writings value the recognition of sin within oneself. For Edwards, the inescapability of sin is reason for […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1678 Topics: Anger, Christianity, God, Hope, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Sinners In The Hands Of An Angry God, Theology, Young Goodman Brown
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