Amid the 1960 's Carver endeavored to win cash for which he even filled in as a janitor at a hospital. He would carry out his job alongside writing his stories in his available time. At Sacramento State College, he found the opportunity of meeting the poet Dennis Schmitz who turned into a decent companion. Schmitz helped Carver distribute his first book of poem named 'Near Klamath '. Carver met Tess Gallagher, a poet, at a gathering; a meeting which later swung to love and afterward marriage in 1988.
He became famous for his novel "The Last Puritan", distributed in 1935. Santayana knew numerous dialects, and had inside and out information of writing and the historical backdrop of theory. His philosophy was impacted by Aristotle, Lucretius, and Spinoza. Santyana 's other essential philosophical works incorporate, "The Sense of Beauty", "The Life of Reason" (1905-06), "Doubt and Animal Faith" (1923) and "The Realms of Being". During his age when reach 48 years, Santayana left his accommodation at Harvard and return to Europe.
Chapter 1 works as the introduction, explaining the subject matter and methodological issues from the research approach to how to deal with the interpretations. The details of all these are mentioned above. The author also, in a few sentences, shows a brief summary about the remaining chapters of the book for readers to gain a better understanding about the flow of the research. Chapter 2 covers a discussion of the subsequent aspects of the teachings of Confucius, Mo Tsu, the Yangists as the background of the main discussion of Mencius. In chapter 3, Mencius’s conception of the ethical ideal is presented based on the discussion of Confucius in the previous chapter; in addition to the four attributes, jen (仁 benevolence, humaneness), yi (義 righteousness, propriety), li (禮 observance of rites), chih (智 wisdom), Mencius’s idea of the unmoved heart/mind (不動心 pu tung hsin) attitude towards ming (命 decree, destiny) are also considered.
In the first part of Pratt’s speech “Art of the Contact Zone” Pratt described the relationship between her son and baseball and how the Contact zone was incorporated between the two. Pratt then went on to describe the text Gianna Poma along with the history of the text. Next Pratt describes the European literacy history and then continued to describe the culture, values and ideas that were taking place at Stanford. Pratt ends up tying her speech together by asking who wins and loses regarding teachers having successful teaching
He denied a formal vocation and overlooked his guardians ' criticisms, devoting himself to verse. He stayed at home until the age of 34, fiscally reliant on his family until his marriage. His father supported the production of his child 's sonnets. Cooking is famously known by his shorter sonnets, for example, Porphyria 's Lover, My Last Duchess, Rabbi Ben Ezra, How They Brought the Good News fromghent to Aix, The Pied Piper of Hamelin, Evelyn Hope and The Last Ride Together. In Florence, likely from ahead of schedule in 1853, Browning dealt with the sonnets that in the long run embodied his two-volume Men and Women, for which he is currently well known; in 1855, then again, when these were distributed, they made generally little impact.in 1868, following five years work, he finished and distributed the long clear verse ballad The Ring and the Book.
Secondly, it gives a brief review of the works that have been done so far in the field of stylistics. Next, it analyses the poem from many linguistic levels and finally, it mentions the conclusions and outcomes of the study in brief. 1.2 Aims and Objectives This research study aims at applying the linguistic (stylistic) methods to the poem “What Then” written by W.B.Yeats in order to arrive at accurate and a unique interpretation of the poem. In addition, it is aimed at analyzing the stylistic features of the poem that make it a unique piece of literature. 1.3 Research Question What are the Stylistic fearure use in WB.Yeats Poem “What Then” 2.Research Methodology This research study is qualitative because its aim is to interpret the text of the select poem.
Part ONE : ABOUT THE AUTHOR Sylvia Plath October 27, 1932 – February 11, 1963) was an American artist, author, and short story essayist. Conceived in Boston, she learned at Smith College and Newnham College at the University of Cambridge before accepting recognition as an artist and essayist. She was hitched to kindred writer Ted Hughes from 1956 until they isolated in September 1962. They lived respectively in the United States and afterward in England and had two youngsters, Frieda and Nicholas. Plath was clinically discouraged for the greater part of her grown-up life.
The English language has been a huge influence in Puerto Rican culture, but most importantly the Puerto Rican educational discipline. Furthermore, Abelardo Diaz Alfaro is the face of literature in the era of the US imposition in Puerto Rico (1945). Abelardo was born on July 24, 1919, in Caguas, Puerto Rico. His writing skills came from helping out his father with writing a magazine for an evangelical church. (Puerto Rico Evangélico) He studied at the Polytechnic University of San German and afterward, transferred to the University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras.
ABSTRACT Amitav Ghosh’s novel River of Smoke belongs to the category of the historical novel. With the help of various narrative schemes, Amitav Ghosh in this novel has re-written past that covers the phase of opium trafficking in Canton, in 1838. The story is about the conflict of Manchu Empire against the English Realm who made war on China for the sake of organised commerce. Ghosh has re-concocted past through utilising distinctive narratological mechanism while displaying the personal past with nation’s past. He uses consciousness, interior monologue, reliable and valid voices of chronicled personals, authentic documentation, decrees, Canton journals, Hukamnamas, declarations, interpreters, letters, painting and drawings and so forth to
For instance, the clay tablets of Mesopotamia being the proof of rivalries and strategic merging among hero-narratives of neighbouring cultures. Or the fact that Chinese writers and speakers became aware of how their own linguistic structure (tones, logographic characters) stood out, after their prolonged exposure to Pali and Sanskrit idioms of Buddhist teaching. Languages in contact with one another give rise to hybrid forms (translation, pidgins, creoles, bilingualism), thereby posing a problematic in the way a particular literature/language is known. Some important figures could be considered, who paved the way for future comparative literature studies. For instance, Madame de Staël.