In order to expose the naked money relations and the ugliness among people in Britain resulting by capitalist system, he wrote the fairy tale the Nightingale and the Rose in that context. He also wanted to against the ugly society by the beauty of art. Wilde 's fairy tale is known as "the world 's most beautiful fairy tale". In every book of his works, there is almost a "beloved" and "beautiful" image. It is said that even if when Wilde read the story of his, he was always moved to tears trickling down his cheeks.
Initially, Rodwell may have joined the war with noble intentions, but by the time Robert meets him, he has already began to take note of the dehumanizing nature of war, which begins his long descent into misery. Rodwells initial willingness to see the best in a situation blinds him to the cruelty and misery of warfare. As an illustrator of children’s books, Rodwell is well accustomed to fairy tale stories, but chooses instead to draw in a more realistic manner. He says, “ I should draw that toad, for instance, just as he is without embellishment. In his own right, you know, he has a great deal of character.” This choice indicates that Rodwell is not as naive as one might assume he is.
2. Washington Irving: A short insight into his life Irving was born in New York City on April 3 1783. He studied the English literature already in the early stages of his life, publishing his first satirical essay 1802. "Irving regularly addressed darker and more complex themes of historical transformation and personal dislocation. His innovative travel
Oscar Wilde is relevant in the Victorian era and is also highly revered today because he spoke about human qualities. In Oscar Wilde 's short life he grabbed the attention of the Victorian audience and his works still have people fascinated now. Oscar Wilde expressed his words through novels, plays and even poetry. Once he began to write in different forms as he became a rising star in the early 1890 's. During the Victorian era the morals and standards posed by the society affected his writing.
The story “My Son the Fanatic” has been reviewed by different researchers from different perspectives. In Colonial and Postcolonial Fiction: An Anthology it is stated that this story emanates from the collection Love In A Blue Time (1997) , whose ten stories provide a across-the-boardguise at modern-day life in London. This account revenue an ironic stance by retreating the foreseeableskirmish between father and the son and it bids no elucidation to their predicament. Evachrist in Don Bosco penned that the short story is well written and enlightening. It does discourse an imperative subject; the craving for us to be in the right placeanyplace, might lead us onto an unforeseenthoroughfare and that we should not be too quick to convict other people’s requisite to do the equivalent, even though it might be in a dissimilar way than we had adored.
Children 's literature has passed through many levels to be the way it 's today. In 1740s, and before media and printing, parents used to tell stories for their children, in addition to jokes, riddles, rhymes and pictures. These elements were the constituents of children 's literature back then. During this period of time, there were no separation between the instruction and the delight found in these stories, until the mid-eighteenth century, where the argument about the delight in children 's book was born with Newbery and his competitors. After that, children started to read fables, Chap-books, and novels.
Young adult literature is an imaginary story published for readers in their youth. Young adult literature is subjective and it often defined for those aged 15 to the early 20s. It deals with the perceptions, challenges, fears and experiences that adolescents and young adults face. The Happy Prince is the story written by Oscar Wilde, it is a 19th century English fiction. societal prejudice, the rescuing power of love, and the loss of virtue are themes addressed by Wilde.The statue was a real prince at once.
The Romantic poet emphasized the importance of situation of young boys becoming chimney sweepers. Blake was able to put the readers in the shoes of these young boys. Blake presented a clear message on the consequences of handling wrath and anger in the wrong way. He stated two scenarios to convey this very important message to readers. “The Tyger,” “The Chimney Sweeper” from Songs of Innocence, and “The Poison Tree” provide great examples of how romantic poet William Blake turns ordinary subjects into something so much more complex and purposeful.
However, instead of being greeted with a happy welcome from his family, he is forced to grow up very quickly after the death of his very young baby brother. Told from young Heaney 's own perspective, this poem is absolutely heartbreaking in the way it explores the theme of growing up, as well as the theme of, of change, and of death itself. I am fond of this poem, and prefer it to “The Early Purges” because of how Heaney deals with the theme of death, showing effectively how it strikes at any time, striking anyone, with it simplicity and finality, which Heaney further compacts using the punctuation and poetic techniques in this poem. The Early Purges is another one of Heaney 's poems, and like Midterm Break deals
Children literature is remarkable area of writing, which it is enjoyed passionately by adults and children; it has exercised huge talents over hundred years. The role of adults in reading and mediating children's books has to be examined in terms of motivations, ideology and manipulation or commodification childhood. Dealing with children literature involves responsibility, because what in first sight looks trivial is in fact very powerful. What goes into children's minds is our responsibility, just as much as what goes into their stomachs. When we read children's books as an adult, we ignoring the implied readership.