The story in the Trifles lays illustrates how socio inequality, gender discriminations and lack of socio awareness contributed in producing poor judgments and serious misunderstandings. Walt Whitman completely revolutionized poetry and self-expression by his poems, Whitman’s thinking was way ahead of his time. Consequently, initiated a change and was a pioneer of a brand new a fresh movement, judgment free for young artists and poets.
He opened his world of scuffles to the audience. It was his way of getting out of the depression yet his masterpiece also was an entertaining and deep source for others to read and try to overcome their own difficulties. Both authors who referred to his work not only analyzed it but also opened a new door towards understanding his perspective. Fitzgerald gave an insight look to his ideas about life, depression, melancholy and success. His success mainly depended on his intelligence and uprightness.
Even though it was not well received upon its first publication in 1899 Joseph Conrad’s novel “Heart of Darkness” is today regarded as one of the greatest literary accomplishments in modern history. Despite being a relatively short novel Conrad skillfully intersects different themes such as imperialism, colonialism and even power while at the same time being able to construct a well-developed narrative with an engaging story. In “Heart of Darkness” Conrad exposes the immorality of colonialism, the disgracefulness of British imperialism and the dark truth of human nature. This makes “Heart of Darkness”, in my mind, one of the most important works of fiction in modern history. I will in this essay argue for Joseph Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness” legacy as one of the most important literary works in modern history.
Heart of Darkness, written by Joseph Conrad in 1899, has undergone immense scrutiny since publication. This narrative piece introduced new formal elements that reflected the innovations of literature during the late nineteenth century. One specific element that seems to be of interest to literary critics and analyzers is the use of two narrators in one story. And to add onto this distinctive quality, the storytelling behind Heart of Darkness incorporates both impressionism and symbolism. With impressionism came sensory images and a misty and hazy atmosphere throughout the novella, while symbolism introduced abstract metaphors that strengthened the meaning of the entire story.
I felt that the context and details given by Bishop in the poem keeps the reader asking for more. The task attempts to look at an alternative narrative perspective; older Bishop will have more insight and be wiser to give a mature description of the events. I chose specifically to write a memoir as it enables me to let my imagination run wild, while still remaining true to the details provided in the poem. The intended audience for the text is people with an interest to Bishop 's works and literature in general. People who, like me, wanted a full story of the tragedy, a further explanation of what happened.
Heart of Darkness is an important example of modernist novel in English literature. It is full of symbols. A symbol is used to imply a hidden meaning behind the surface. When we look at symbols, we can understand the meaning attached to them. Through the story, places, and characters mentioned in the novel, Joseph Conrad wants to show the truth of colonialism and its effect on both white and black people.
Knowles notes that “the omniscient narration [that has] a singleness of focus and sparkling sarcasm that are the strengths of the story” (xv). Conrad’s use of two narrators highlights the modernist themes of the novel such as Marlow’s alienation as well as his hope for ascent from the darkness of colonisation. Marlow has some characteristics that are similar to those of the speaker in T. S Eliot’s poem The Preludes, he is alienated and his narrative holds on to the hope of progress and an end to colonisation. Hope that promises that positive change will occur as shown through Marlow’s explanation of Kurtz’s last words, “The Horror” (179). Most of the novel is told from Marlow’s point of view.
The clear impact of terrorism can be seen in new pieces of art and literature produced by existing Pashtun poets, artists/authors and writer. In this connection, poets and writers generally, regardless of their religious, political, linguistics, and geographical likes and dislikes and discrimination have criticized war, brutality, terrorism, manslaughter and all inhuman attitudes. Pashto has a rich literature that spread over thousands of years. Pashto poets and writers, from the classic to the modern era, presented a realistic view of the society they lived in. The situation and circumstances of the time through reading the poetry of classic Pashto poets can be understand as almost all of them have hinted at important issue and happenings in their writings.
Because, a diary is where we can write everything and give vent to our hidden emotions that we can’t share with others.The purpose for this was to show through this diary,Roderigo’s jealousy for Othello and his intense love for Desdemona. To express my thoughts, I used the language of love and kindness to show that Roderigo is truly in love. However, I also used some words which expresses Roderigo’s disappointment . I knew that by following the structure of diary will definitely help me to pursue my ideas in a better way so I included date, time and Starting as introduction, to make it easier for the readers to understand what type of text do they read. This written task relates to the literature part of our English course but I am writing it as a modern English, instead of Shakespeare 's use of language.
Metaphorical language: this is associated with literary language, its play a crucial role in the coherence of a poem or novel. Which transfer the word or the meaning with it aesthetic meaning. Mona Baker here noted about how the difficulties of equivalence in translation from the society. Chaparo focuses on sociocultural targets of the translations, he discuss her aspect of linguistics and sounds repetition rhyme. it depend on the society culture there is words with a same meaning he can use it to explain the sentence but it depend on the culture of the reader or audience , and make it fit within the literary tradition .