Stephen Chbosky is the author of The Perks of Being a Wallflower. He was born on January 25, 1970 at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA and was raised by a Catholic family consisting of his mother, father, and younger sister. He was moved by novel “The Catcher in the Rye” made by J.D. Salinger when he was a teenager. He graduated from Upper St. Clair High School, he met Stewart Stern who is the screen writer of Rebel Without a Cause, and both became close friends.
He was raised in a Catholic family which was a patriot. His father was a history teacher who had his own school. Charles’ father came from France, but his mother was French, Irish Flemish, and German. Because of de Gaulle’s father was a history teacher, Charles grew familiar with the history of his country. By the time he was ten, he was reading history books, for example, Hundred Years war and that helped him to start his own writing in his early teens.
He found, after attending college for math and science for a while, that he was more suited for the English language. Through his entire life, he had a way with words, often writing poems and short stories in his free time, even when at risk of being scolded. As a young man, Auden moved to America and was influenced by the native poets there such as (find the authors) after already being influenced by many British poets. Auden’s public writing career occurred mostly in the mid-1900’s when he published several books of poetry such as Another Time, an anthology of short poems he wrote between 1936 and 1939 and published in the 1940’s. The persona, pathos, style, and complexity in W. H. Auden’s “As I Walked Out One Evening” all portray the overarching themes of Time, Love, and Death all while incorporating major aspects of his life at the time.
George Granville Barker was born in 1913 and he came from lower class in the period when class distinction and status were important for people. Barker was mostly self-educated , he left school in early age and worked in diverse types of jobs before finding literature, writing and job as a poet along with literary patronage. He was born to an English father and Irish mother. Devotion to his mother and Irish roots was also expressed in his poems. At the age of twenty-two he was considered a literary phenomenon.
John Steinbeck plays a significant role in the literary works of the American society because of the unique attributes of language and art that he applied to his social perception of society during his era. Being born of a middle-class family in the February of 1902, John was inspired into the arts by his mother, a teacher, he later took on six years of literature and creative courses at Standford without obtaining a degree. After college, the young Steinbeck wrote his first novel, Cup of Gold, in 1929, but it was the novel Tortilla Flat in 1935 that gave Steinbeck his successful debut. His published works shaped many social and politic aspects of life in the 20th century. He was known as a “realist” or a “naturalist” when it came to how he wrote his novels and poems.
In his late twenties, he moved to Edo, currently Tokyo, and gathered up enough students to open the Basho School. During this process, he started becoming ill (Norman 2). Matsuo Basho’s students loved to learn from him. His school was one of the first ones on poetry. They mostly just worked on revising and editing poems to make them better.
When Heathcliff goes to visit Catherine after many years, the dog at Thrushcross Grange greets Heathcliff by wagging its tail at him rather than barking. This foreshadows the accepting reception that Heathcliff will receive from Catherine. One of the most prominent usages of dogs as foreshadowing tool is the hanging of Isabella’s dog, Fanny. The disturbing scene symbolizes and foreshadows the tragic outcome of Heathcliff and Isabella’s relationship. On the night that Heathcliff and Isabella elope, he hangs Fanny in a rage as an act of revenge against the Linton family.
An Enduring classic ,it became part of the syllabus of High School English classes in United States .Sequel to it ,Peace Breaks Out in 1981 featuring rivalry of students with the same settings. His other novels are Indian summer The Paragon, A Vein of Riches etc. He also wrote travelogues and short stories. His career professions included reporter and Drama critic for the Hard ford Courant for a few years and then as associate editor of a travel magazine Holiday. He also served as a freelance writer.
Beware, for you may suffer the same fate." On hearing this, the merchant understood that the servant has caused all this trouble somehow. He felt dejected, and returned home upset over the incident. The Fall And Rise of A Merchant - Panchatantra Story PictureHe gave everything a second thought, and then he invited the royal servant to his house. He treated the servant with utmost respect, and flattered him with gifts and garments.
When Pope described the dogs life he said, “Unfed, unhous’d, neglected, on the clay… And longing to behold his ancient lord again.” This quote shows that the dog had a terrible life once Odysseus left, he was not taken care of, he was like a servant, and all the dog wanted was to see his owner again. The dog does not care about himself because he is too passionate about meeting his master once again. When Argos recognises Odysseus, Pope says, “Him when he saw he rose, and crawl’d to meet, (‘Twas all he could) and fawn’d and kiss’d his feet,” Argos was running out of energy because it had been so long since he last saw Odysseus but he did all he could to show his excitement. This was the one thing Argus could think