Also people could not even warm up the pizza because in Pakistan not every person has ovens like Americans do here. People there usually cook their food on stoves made from mud by burning wood. The whole house would be blanketed in smoke every day by burning wood when cooking. The pizza in Pakistan tasted like plastic because the cheese would be frozen and the crust would be hard as rock. By all this experience, I was primed to not eat pizza whenever I was offered it in America.
A lot of girls are getting education but a smaller number is able to proceed to post-secondary level and out of them most are not allowed to participate in the workforce. A lot of professions have now put a rule for the high educational requirement for a person to get the job. As women in Pakistan are limited to the access of getting higher education this restricts them to get into a workforce. Hence this factor remains a significant barrier for women. In Pakistan a lot of women are restricted because of their husbands as they are not well educated and do not allow their wives to get out of the house and work and the other reason is segregation (pardah).
Wells illustrates similar themes and literary devices while exploiting his unique writing style to tie these works together. “The Red Room,” “The Door in the Wall,” “The Empire of the Ants,” “The Valley of Spiders,” “The Flying Man,” and “The Star” consist of his most recognizable short stories. These literary compositions explore the mind and the imagination of man. This “Father of Science Fiction” invokes the reader with suspense, fear, and enjoyment. H.G.
As the best examples such as “The Devil and Tom Walker”, “The Spectre Bridegroom” and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” etc. are full of mysteries and enigmas. In novels focusing on parody of European attributes of romanticism Washington Irving created the unexampled masterpieces. “Rip Van Winkle” being one of the unexampled works of Washington Irving combines gentle and perfect humor. This story is Irving’s imaginative reworking of an old German tale in which his valuable parody professionally covered.
EXPECTED PERFORMANCE OF LEARNERS IN LEARNING PRONUNCIATION In Pakistan, learners of English language focus on pronunciation than on any other skills. Most of the learners believe that they will feel comfortable if their pronunciation is better. This point out that practicing pronunciation, both in class and at home is important. Sometimes, pronunciation creates difficulty for students both while studying and communicating. The lack of proper pronunciation causes problem for students in real life communication.
Wuthering Heights was the only novel written by the British Emily Brontë and it was published in 1847 under her pen-name Ellis Bell. Unsurprisingly, the novel was considered controversial for Victorian society as it challenged its strict ideals regarding religion, morality, social classes and gender inequality. Thus, the doomed love affair between the fiercely and passionate Catherine and Heathcliff was too strong for the prudish Victorian English society. However, Wuthering Heights is not just a haunting love story. Emily Brontë structured the story around matched, contrasting pairs of themes and characters and it is interesting the amount of pairs she wrote about.
1984 tells the story of man, Winston Smith, a man living in Oceania, a dystopian society, finding a way to escape the tyranny of Big Brother. John Steinbeck and George Orwell are greatly affected by the state of society in their lifetimes. Both authors use their novels to highlight the themes of control and the affects of change
Twains Criticism of Society at the time of Huckleberry Finn The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is an extraordinary story of growing up, morals, child abuse, con men, and a lonesome boy who must embody these themes and more throughout his remarkable adventures upon the Mississippi River within Missouri. Although Mark Twain 's novel embodies several themes, the most prominent underlying idea of Twain 's novel is his social criticism of racism as he explores the injustices society has inflicted upon the African American man while investigating the speciousness of a "civilized" society. The setting plays a vital role within the criticism of racial injustice at the time. The novel is set before the Civil War, between 1835-1845. Twain 's novel is a realistic representation of the cruelty of slavery and racism at the time.
Wuthering Heights, the only novel written by Emily Brontë, was published in 1847. Emily Brontë’s father worked as a church rector and he was a deeply religious person. Emily Brontë had two sisters, Charlotte Brontë and Anne Brontë. All of them started writing at a very young age. They were particularly influenced by Romanticism and medieval tales.
A Tale of a Tub was another of Swift’s early works, published in 1704, it was written while he was in England (Gilbertson). One of Jonathan Swift’s most recognized writings was Gulliver’s Travels, originally given the title Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World, in Four Parts, by Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of Several Ships (Pullen). He began writing Gulliver’s Travels in 1720, and finished the book in 1725 (Gilbertson). Swift also wrote a collection called The Drapier’s Letters from 1724 until 1735, expressing resistance to English politics, naming Swift as a hero to Irishmen (Pullen). One of Jonathan Swift’s later works included A Modest Pamphlet which he wrote in 1729 (“Jonathan Swift” EBSCO).