It gives the literary work two layers of meaning, the first layer is the literal meaning or the surface meaning and the second layer is the deeper meaning of the symbolic words, persons or actions. Symbols can change meaning or significance depending on the context. If the reader is not attached to the story or does not relate to the specific details of the story may still relate to the deeper symbolic meaning of which those details speak more than if they were just words and described in details. This can help the readers to become more attached to the literary work and give them a clear sight into the author's view. It also attracts them to continue reading the incidents to know how the story will end.
Not only does Maas’s book involve the reader emotionally, but she also makes it possible for the reader to relate to the characters and the hardships they face. In every book the reader is able to relate to one of the characters in one way or another. Maas makes the characters relatable, but she also makes the plot interesting and not like everyday life. This is very important in a good book and Maas has mastered this skill along with many
Romanticism rejects principles of Classicism. The movement builds on, among others, on individualism. It values an individual over the society and also nature over the urban life. It is concerned with emotions and passion rather than rationality. Authors of the Romantic movement questioned the rules and institutions of the society.
In addition, Bierce carefully describes the protagonist to make a connections to the readers. This connection allows the author to include stabbing imagery that has a hard impact on his audience. Ambrose Bierce produced a story full of imagery that evokes senses, includes significant meaning, and creates a heartfelt
It is a good option that you yourself become the main character and narrator of the story. This makes the story more interesting and realistic. Then you need to select other characters around this main character. But the most important thing in your story is the character or the event or the happening from where horror starts. Selection of this
John Stuart Mill called Jeremy Bentham’s idea of egoism the “philosophy of swine,” degrading it to something that only a lower species would ever consider partaking in. This original principle that Mill disagreed with was that of the pleasure principle, the evasion of pain and harm in favor of wanting pleasure. This coincides with the harm principle of the same regard; which advocates that anything that harms you or your personal goals is bad, whereas anything that does not harm you is good. Mill would subsequently alter this definition to be more concerned with the quality of said pleasure than just the pleasure itself, because so much of egoism is a situational affair that is difficult to rank on its own objective basis. The situational
Realism is a major theme in Gustave Flaubert’s, Madame Bovary. Flaubert’s minute notation to the physical world is what brings the book to life. By adding excessive detail to certain aspects of the book, the reader is able to picture these moments, making the novel all the more life-like. Although Flaubert does an outstanding job of providing the reader with details to convey the idea of realism, he may be giving too many details. There are several instances in the book where it feels as though Flaubert put too much thought into the details and perhaps confuses the reader with adjectives that may be unfamiliar to them.
The inner Baduy people deem the outside culture as disruptive, and any form of intrusion from other cultures is frowned upon. Punishments for disregarding this rule can take in the form of societal punishment, exclusion, and ultimately exile. This value of protecting one’s culture against the influence of others goes against the modern culture of globalization, where the more diverse ideas and views there are, the better off the community is. This modern community embraces multiple perspectives of the same issue, believing that a rich blend of ideas and perspectives will make life better off. The inner Baduy tribe and the globalization culture have conflicting views on what makes their cultures better off, in which one embraces influences from other cultures and the other deems that to be immoral.
When one’s goal is to make profit, persuading pleasure, it leaves little time, energy and ability to focus on goals .Another one is where the people keep social strata based on material and goods. Due to this, the concepts of serving others are ignored. The tragic and important one of materialism is the denial of free will. A consistent materialist necessarily denies free will. There are major consequences due to this denial of human free will .Without freedom; there is no dignity or responsibility.
It is a sort of unkindness that is considered, designed, approved, funded and made real with the explicit motive to exclude and harass. Foucault’s (1975) conception of power is a common part of this subject. Essentially, power is a relationship between people in which one affects another 's actions. Power differs from force or violence, which affect the body physically. It involves making a free subject do something that he would not have done otherwise: power therefore involves restricting or altering someone 's will.