Whereas the first Sherlock Holmes ' apparition was in 1886 in United Kingdom, The Great Gatsby is a 1925 novel written by an American and the Spanish Don Quixote belongs to the XVI century. On the other hand their similarities connects them closer. It refers to the popular "literary pairs" or "fictional duos". The comic foil, the earnest aide, sidekick following the "hero" is a model of character that has been widely repeated in literature over the years. Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Gatsby and Nick, and Holmes and Watson tackle all certain adventures or issues with the inseparable treasured companion.
Frank Lloyd Wright was influenced by nature and Japanese architecture, but to what extent can Japanese architecture influence the use of nature and space in some of his works such as the Unity Temple, Fallingwater, or Taliesin? After analyzing Japanese aesthesis, such as Shinto and Buddhism, as well as traditional aspects of Japanese architecture, this article will clarify Wright’s relation to nature and space in his works, and finally study several edifices from Wright: the Unity Temple, Fallingwater, and Taliesin. This will draw a conclusion on Japanese architecture influencing the use of nature in these works. Most of Japanese aesthetic has its roots in religion, such as the Shinto religion, and Buddhism. These two religions shaped Japanese architecture.
Alvar Aalto Villa Mairea Alvar Aalto Alvar Aalto (1898 - 1976 ) was a well-known architect in the time of modernism. Alvar Aalto’s knowledge was not only in architecture field, but also in writing. His journalist carrier began since summer of 1916. There was an architect who encouraged him to write news rather than being an architect. In 1917-1918, Aalto studies had to be postpone because of the Finnish Civil War but luckily in 1921 he could graduate from Helsinki Polytechnic.
The article “Zeopod 10: His Dark Materials– Blake and Pullman” written by Jason Whittaker, an author of several books on the subject of Blake, concludes that Pullman's interest in Blake started long before his writings reflected his work and was even the President of the Blake Society in 2004 (2). He has also extensively written about the Romantic poet. Pullman’s trilogy composed of Northern Lights, known as The Golden Compass in the United States, The Subtle Knife, and The Amber Spyglass were published between 1995 and 2000. His critically acclaimed The Amber Spyglass was awarded the Whitbread Book of the Year prize in 2002 while The Golden Compass was made into a movie in 2007 (Whittaker 1). The most evidence of Blake’s influence is shown in the His Dark Materials trilogy.
As well, Chaucer incorporated the social norms of the day, from the large, red-bearded, gaping-mouthed Miller to the chivalric and prideful Knight. John Milton adapted Paradise Lost by focusing on particular religious concerns of the 17th century. Percy Bysshe Shelley, in Queen Mab, combined William Godwins 's idea of "necessity" with nature to claim that the evils in society will ultimately disband. But above all poets, with a true modernization of the epic, is Walt Whitman 's Leaves of Grass, self-published on July 4, 1855. With obvious intent to publish on America 's celebration of independence, Whitman provided the nation with an epic designed for Americans-Leaves is an adaption of mid-nineteenth century American values, carved into a booklet with only 12 poems on 95 pages.
Nature is one of the most important themes in Romanticism; it has been discussed by a large number of poets. Not just only the idea of the natural world verses the real world, but also nature and its sublimity. The concept of sublimity started many years before the emergence of Romanticism as a movement, and the Romantic poets used what they already knew of the sublime, added to it and discussed its relation with nature in their poems. The idea of the sublime was first introduced by the Greek rhetoric and critic Longinus in his treatise On the Sublime, which was written about the first or third century A.D. interestingly, in this treatise, he combines the philosophy of speculation about poetry 's powers of provoking and elevating the reader. In addition, practical suggestions about the grammatical constructions, as well as, figures of speech that adds up to the sublime writing.
At a glance, it might seem that the works which have been analysed in this study are indisputably similar. A Gothic novel as revealed through the various illustrations explains to the readers a world filled with terror, horror, madness, mystery and unsolved crime. The gothic fiction germinated in the latter part of the 18th century. Various causes have been ascribed for the Gothic origin and development. When Poe appeared on the American literary scene, more than seventy years old tradition in Gothic writing existed.
This experience gave me a completely different perspective on how to perceive spaces. I completed my internship bagging the principles, ideas and philosophy left behind by Laurie Baker. Upon graduating, I commenced working for Venkatramanan Associates, a firm that specialises in architecture and urban design, in Bangalore, India. Under the supervision of an urban designer, I worked on redevelopment of Church Street in Bangalore. I gained tremendous knowledge in this process that drew together the many strands of place-making required to create a public space that prioritizes the comfort and safety of pedestrians and
One of the most famous fictional novel is The Great Gatsby written by the author F. Scott Fitzgerald. The Great Gatsby is a 1925 novel where the people are living in the fictional town West and East Egg on Long Island. The characters in the novel are Jay Gatsby, Nick Carraway, Tom Buchanan, Daisy Buchanan and many more interesting characters. F. Scott Fitzgerald was born on 24 September 1896 in St Paul Minnesota and married to Zelda in 1920. Fitzgerald’s life was Zelda and writing books until he died in 1940.
The Purpose the Natural Environment Serves in William Wordsworth’s Poetry Among those debatable issues recently, whether natural landscape should be preserved or to be developed for residential purposes has not yet reached a consensus. Since this has aroused more public awareness on the destruction of the natural environment, people start to care for the nature by actions, such as reducing pollution and wastes. Comparing the relationship between nature and human with around 100 years ago, is there any difference between two centuries? William Wordsworth is a well-known poet who lived from late 18th century to 19th century. He composed numbers of poems in the Romantic period of the early 19th century.