This plays shows the general discrimination and rural Spain as fearful society. In this play as the title suggests this play contains murder blood and it’s a tragic story. As this play has the main importance given to violence .Thurs became so tragic. As he shows the differentiation between men and women. I think that as this has a tragic start and a tragic end we can see that how that rolls of passion and frustration by not showing any positive moment and always shown negative or depressed scenes.
The play begins as character Blanche Dubois arrives to her destination after getting off a streetcar named Cemeteries. She went to visit her baby sister, Stella, to inform her of the loss of their home plantation. Also, she had no other place to go, so visiting with Stella meant she had a home. When Stella arrives home, Blanche starts talking and Stella never gets the chance to speak. In the beginning, Blanche
Many stories in literature are not complete without an Antagonist. The Antagonist can be the embodiment of evil or just a roadblock for the main character to overcome. In the short story Sweat, written by Zora Neale Hurston, features an abusive husband, Sykes, as the Antagonist. Sykes dominates and abuses his hard-working wife, Delia. Whereas, Edgar Allen Poe, author of The Cask of Amontillado, uses an ambiguous relationship between Fortunato, a man full of ego and arrogance, who wrongs protagonist Montresor.
In the intense short story collection The Illustrated Man, author Ray Bradbury introduces various themes about human flaws in society. Among these themes is the idea of living in a chaotic society, how people are affected by this, and how one can maintain sanity. Bradbury uses a number of short stories to show different perspectives of chaos and its effects on the characters, followed by how each character handles their particular situation. Bradbury uses the theme of living in an insane society to prompt a discussion on modern society and its people’s experiences of similar insanities and the way in which they deal with them. In both The Illustrated Man and modern society, chaos is shown to be caused by the constant spread of information.
The tragedies in the Jacobean era were even more terrifying, where anger, cruelty, and evil appear in most of the plays, such as Hamlet and King Lear by Shakespeare. c-The Experimental theatre has begun in the late 19th century. It has tackled social and political issues. In order to highlight culture issues, the experimental theatre has tried to use a different language and this was perceived as dangerous. d-The Naturalistic Theatre has begun in the late
Burgess uses the setting of the 1960s to explore the order of society that imposed certain ideals on citizens and how people were stripped of their identity and morals. There is no doubt that both novels explore the demoralization of society through the perspective of narcissistic male narrators. The narcissistic nature of the central characters, Alex and Bateman are portrayed in their treatment of women, who they see merely as objects and nothing more, thus degrading them in society 's eyes. ‘A Clockwork Orange’ has been notably criticized for its presentation women; feminist critic Beverly Walker claims in A Clockwork Orange 'all of the women are portrayed as caricatures; the violence committed upon them is treated comically '. The representation of women in American Psycho is demonstrated in a similar way, with violent treatment of women being underlined with comic remarks, expressing the narcissistic nature of Bateman, but also his lack of morality.
Oppression is a factor that those under it wish to eliminate as oppression destroys all types of happiness and satisfaction in an oppressed persons life. Works by numerous authors going as far back as Patrick Henry and as present as Langston Hughes demonstrate the oppressed as constantly battling their oppressors. These writers allow the audience see the mistreatment men, women, and children have gone through, which ultimately exposes the harsh realities of the lives ' of the oppressed. The injustice society has caused on many has brought upon destruction and disintegration not only to the families of the oppressed, but also to others living in fear of what could happen. This injustice is wide ranging, anywhere from the British tyranny on American settlers to the United States army’s mistreatment of native people and even up to present day racial inequalities.
The very social structure of the Congress coupled with many other petty interests of the leadership alienated the dalit community from the National Congress movement. The frustrated elements in the Congress movement have thus formed Congress Socialist Party and later it became Communist Party of India in 1939. Though, there was some differences with the national movement regarding the approach to World war etc., the mass base mainly consisting of the downtrodden of the society, the Communist Party could sail over. On independence, the Communist party of India denounced the independence and staged war against the feudal, bourgeois government in power. Armed struggles were erupted in many parts of India including Punnapra Vayalar, Telengana, Sreekakulam etc.
A Groat 's-worth of Wit was one of many works which voiced the frustrations of that generation. These frustrations are also presented in the beginning of the book, through the conflict between Roberto and his father, Gorinius. Roberto 's father is an unlearned man who acquires a great fortune and is contemptuous of learned men who despite their excellent education lack the means to properly provide for themselves (Greene, pp. 5-6). Thus, Greene 's criticism of his fellow play-writers tells a lot about the social circumstances which drove 16th century writers to write for the stage.
Countless works of literature have mused on the complex struggle between the human characteristics of greed, selfishness and treachery and the edifice of morality and reason on which human society is built. Often times this struggle is characterized as a battle between the forces of good and evil, good being the desire to help mankind and evil the desire to do the opposite. George MacDonald’s poem “Evil Influence” follows this trend in its title and subject matter, describing the terrible nature of evil that precedes violent deeds. While William Golding’s Lord of the Flies primarily explores the natural state of man contained by the walls of society, the presence of its titular being ~Raw Writing~ ...brings up the idea of something sinister influencing the boys’ actions on the island. Using the poem as a field guide for finding the signs of evil influence, and assuming the beast is something inside the boys that is awakened by the island (seen by how bad the kids already are and stuff- pg 28), we can break this down following the poem.