In his novel “A Bend in the River” he represented social violence and mingled some romantic elements to relief the firing feuds tension. He was appreciated and praised by Joseph Conrad: “Naipaul is Conrad 's heir as the annalist of the destinies of empires in the moral sense: what they do to human beings. His authority as a narrator is grounded in the memory of what others have forgotten, the history of the vanquished.” Many of Naipaul’s fictional figures were the real portrait social and political status. He had the exact view on characters and reality to the society. In his novels it was quiet difficult to find inappropriateness in the characters as they were all suitable to their respective societies.
Lawrence1 Jeremy Lawrence English 4A, PD ⅞ Ms.Mastrokyriakos Literary Analysis A Brave New World The novel A Brave New World by Aldous Huxley he analyzes the dangers of losing one 's individualism in an advanced society. Huxley also shows what can happen when a society changes to rapidly much like the society we live in today. Aldous Huxley was born July 26, 1894 and he died November 22, 1963. Huxley also write some short stories, poetry, travelogues and even film scripts. In his novels and essays Aldous Huxley would always play the role of a critical observer of accepted traditions, customs, social norms and ideals.
It is a mock-heroic poem which sarcastically details the subject of a struggle between two aristocratic families in Pope’s contemporary society. Intriguingly, the powerful satirical reasoning and the pulsating epic streak that govern the particular poem have rendered it an epitome of mock-epic poetry. The objective of this article is to critically analyse the first 22 lines of the poem, The Rape of the Lock. Thus, the paper discusses the writer’s essential fidelity to the epic character and his strong satirical perception in the present poem with special reference to the select lines. Given a careful reading to those lines, it can well be contended that Pope’s The Rape of the Lockremains unexampled in the mock-heroic genre and hence it can judiciously be hailed as one of the finest works of the whole corpus of English poetry.
Scrutiny of the methods used to express and shape consciousness through literature is an invaluable means to reveal and understand the socio-cognitive perspectives of this period. Subsequently, leading the audience to find the salient dogmatisms of the era utterly saturated with racial partiality and xenophobia. Defying distance of decay and even the divine spark of reason, such ideologies being uncontested, allowed for institutions of intolerance to metastasize even in societies far removed from one
Notwithstanding which position one tackles any of these issues, the way of the methodology of understanding gets to be integral to arranging social limits of the changing scene that is South Asia. Rightly, "the force of the novel as a bearer of society is particularly amplified when it navigates crosswise over societies, impinging upon the awareness of a colonized people"(Paranjape 13). This brings up the enormous issue of "Can the force of the saying have any kind of
The major concern of the work of Oloyede (1986) centred on comparative study of the novels of Ọlábímtán and Ládélé’s novels, especially Jẹ́ N Lògbà Tèmi. The influx of foreign social ways of life through the white missionaries to Ọ̀wọ̀ town introduced the youth to social vices in the society. He is able to show the existing conflict between Yorùbá culture and the foreign culture by emphasising the level of disappointment that is attributed to civilization at the
DevanuraMahadeva is a significant Dalit writer of modern Kannada literature. Mahadeva is known for his innovations in the narrative style, which has its roots in the traditional folk narratives. Mahadeva while allowing himself to be a product of social change, has a strong inclination to fall back on the cultural memory as the sure way of enhancing the self-respect and forging new identity for the humiliated communities. Odalala, a novelette, is an important work of Mahadeva. The story has an archetypal character as its protagonist.
Gorakh Pandey Introduction Gorakh Pandey is a post independence time poet. His main work consists of satire on society and government, nature of socialism and . His works such as “Samajdaro ke Geet”(The Song of the Sensible) and “Samajvaad Babua Dheere Dheere aaye” are satire on the the political movements and social trends prevalent during his times. While his works such as “Kannon” and “Hille re”, written during the emergency period, are revolutionary poems that beautifully convey, the emerging radical ideas. All his major works centralize around this main ideas.
Fiction, the most vital branch of literature, records facts of human life, social conditions and values. And a novelist can be defined as a socio-political person whose main aim is to make this earth a better place by formulating and fostering certain principles. A novelist is expected to provide some serious socio-political, religious issues and problems wrapped by entertainment. Bapsi Sidhwa be-longs to the writers, who are well aware of the dialectical relationship between a culture and its art; who are conscious of the dynamics between their roles as writers and the society they live in. Though Bapsi Sidhwa belongs to India, Pakistan and the United States simultaneously, she prefers to be described as a Punjabi-Pakistani-Parsi woman.
Tendulkar was actively associated with civil liberties movements in Maharastra. All this shows his great concern for his country and society. He exposes the flaws and the inevitable failure of unrealistic reforms and movements in his plays. He started writing plays while he worked as a journalist. Tendulkar wrote Kamala which is characteristically topical and intensely sentimental.