GENERAL TOPIC This research paper will talk about the negative impacts of a disillusioned worldview through the Lost Generation as a result of drastic changes that was brought by the aftereffect of World War I. From microcellular organisms to Homo sapiens, from living in caves to settling maybe in a condo or a concrete home, from mail letters to internet email, from being sharing to becoming greedy, from being optimistic to becoming hopeless, and for more alterations that are still evident up to know, the world needs citizens, who can cope us easily to these thousands of transformations, and people who inhabit a vivid presence of mind to whatever situation they were being faced with, to figure out the path which they are heading towards.
Societal dysfunction, such as economic depression, provokes compelling fantasies, leaving individuals curious about “what ifs” and the possibility of astonishing alternate realities. Furthermore, fluctuations in social dynamics, like a sharp increase in the rise of unemployment and the establishment of friction amongst divided classes, create the ideal environment for new ideas and daring literature. Consequently, Aldous Huxley embodied the aforementioned passion for dysfunction during a time when society was exceedingly turbulent; these conditions lead to his creation of the novel Brave New World in 1931. Huxley 's work was a premonition for the future in relation to a powerful central government and complacent individuals. This anti-transcendentalist
Explore the ways in which the poets explore the consequences of war in two poems you have studied The poem "Disabled" by Wilfred Owen shows us that the consequences of war can be life changing, takes one of the most of the most important things to someone, hope and war can take valuable things from someone without them expecting it, whereas Tony Harrison’s poem "The bright lights of Sarajevo" conveys the idea that the consequences of war does not just affect the life of the people, but also the wider community. We can see from the poem that the character loses a lot more than he expected during the course of the war. For example, the line (6)"Till gathering sleep had mothered them from him," implies that because he has not had enough sleep, he has had something taken away from him. The reader may feel empathy for the man because the poet uses very emotive language throughout the poem to describe the time after he comes back from the war. The phrase "gathering sleep," suggest that he enjoys the sounds of happy children, but his tiredness takes the away from him as drifts off into sleep.
1. How do the writers of Attack and Anthem for Doomed Youth deal with inner and outer conflict? World War 1 was a defining moment of world history with it changing world history forever. The conflict outside during the war was very obvious with the impact clearly shown on many areas of war. The inner conflict while not obvious was present with the soldiers who returned back and having to deal with PTSD and other symptoms.
A Close Reading of Terror and Diction in Shakespeare’s Macbeth “Macbeth is the tragedy of terror, terror in the imaginative presence of the wicked temptations and of a fearful career of guilt.” Henry Reed Diction is a very important aspect of any work of Literature. The meaning of words rapidly change in accordance with the context or the development of the word itself. The use of a particular word might change throughout time, it might lose its original meaning and it could gain many new meanings. The diction of terror is the use of words that indicate terrorism or a terrorist context. Moreover, the Renaissance Age was a time where terror had a huge spread between people.
The Titanic relates to our assigned readings in more ways than one, for example World War I and II and the great depression. All three affairs took place in the same time period, the 1900s. In the occasion of each, tragedy has struck, causing people to suffer or die. They all have made an impact on the way that society views the world and causes us to look back and see it as a caution sign to not make the same mistakes. In all circumstances, the world has been given a wake-up call, allowing changes to be made for the better in the fear that there could possibly be a relapse.
It is also a violent novel about killings, bombs and reprisal killings. It raises interesting questions related to colonialism or to revolutionary strivings. Is there a sort of rejection of colonialist and foreign powers influence? This novel, at a certain extent, exposes the legacy of colonialism on the society through mentalities, social and economic issues. The once-colonized peoples are struggling and splitting within national boundaries that bind them together.
Second, the poem shows the destructive effective wars can cast on both people’s physical bodies and their mind, and finally Owen illustrates how human relationship manifests in war. First of all, the poem provides the audience an especially realistic and authentic experience of war. This sense of reality is created by the usage
Wars have altered and shaped the world. The wars of Rome, Wars of the Roses, American Civil War, World War I, and the Battle of Stoke Field among others are in the record books as the key world events that have become the history. This paper analyzes the book The Art of War by Sun Tzu, the author’s life, his ideas and works. Furthermore, it will seek to review his contributions and their significance in the modern world. Since conflicts and disagreements have been solved through war for the better part of human history, combat and increased strategy has been important on the field of war.
This situation gave rise to mental disorders and immoral values and it deeply disturbed man’s mental peace and harmony. The world literature responded to the new era and started to deal with different shady faces of modern civilization. The new generation novelists are very fashionable in India Literature