Imagination

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Play ‘Trifles’ of Glaspell (drama)

From the beginning of the play to the end, it is easy to notice that the main character, around whom the entire plot revolves, Mrs. Wright, is an absent character. Leaving Minnie on the side during the play, pushes us to relate the situation of the protagonist to the role of a woman at the […]

Pages: 2 Words: 569 Topics: Drama, Fiction

“Kafka on the Shore”: References to Franz Kafka

Kafka on the Shore is generally categorized into the genre of “magical realism”, which is defined as a blend of fantastical elements exposed into a natural, otherwise normal environment. The novel has a dream-like perception , and vibrates feelings of cafard, solidarity, and nostalgia which is consistent with several of the novels written by Haruki […]

Pages: 3 Words: 993 Topics: Fiction, franz kafka, imagination, memory, space
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Are Fairy Tales Made for Adults or for Children?

Fairy tales are well known all around the world, and many people have come to the encounter these stories. These stories are liked by many people across the world. In modern society, fairy tales are viewed as children’s stories because they contain magical components. Magical worlds and imagination are sometimes connected to children and can […]

Pages: 3 Words: 834 Topics: child, cultural anthropology, Fairy Tale, fantasy, imagination

Fairy Tale ‘Beauty and Beast’

Beaumont wrote the famously known fairy tale, “Beauty and the Beast.” Throughout the story, both Beauty and Beast try to find true love, in fact, it risks the life of Beauty. Beast was thought of as an ugly monster to everyone that he once knew or knew at the time in the story. However Beast […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1026 Topics: Beauty and the Beast, Fairy Tale, fantasy, Fiction, imagination

Fairy Tales are Need to be Read

Fairy tales are often seen as silly children stories and a lot of people don’t understand the true impact they have on a child’s interpretation of the world around them. Children are being read fairy tales as early as a couple months old all the way into 7 or 8 years old. Parents often see […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1113 Topics: cinderella, Fairy Tale, good vs evil, human nature, imagination