Humans have always found love an interesting, uncontrollable phenomenon. We have always written about love in literature. Love is a powerful emotion that induces irrational and illogical acts. It clouds our judgment; we will do anything and everything for our lovers. Love being such a commanding emotion, it inspires novelist, poets, and playwrights to create gripping literary works that will forever be counted as classics.
The Last Song, this story is very wonderful, exciting and such a heart whelming novel that touches our heart. The story is all about family, friendship, secrets, salvation, growth, maturity and romance. I’m quite enjoying reading the story because there is a touch of scene that I really laughed is not just a full of heartbreaks and romance, it’s totally completely kind of thing that make the readers enjoy. Of course, Nicholas sparks the author of the story, wowed me, such a talent and blessed person. A great novelist who else didn’t know about him and didn’t like about his work?
Indeed Emily Brontë and Elizabeth Gaskell’s works made a huge contribute to English literature but as well as they have similarities they also have differences. The aim of this essay is to compare Brontë and Gaskell first works, respectively Wuthering Heights and Mary Barton, and highlight what made these two novels great timeless classics of the
As each generation changes and evolves, so do the ideas, for example, love. In the past, love mainly pertained as a feeling towards another person. In today’s society an immensely growing topic is the idea of this self-sufficient love that Rupi Kaur discusses through her books. In Rupi Kaur’s book, “The Sun and Her Flowers,” she writes, “We need more love/ Not from men/ But from ourselves/ And each
The modernist poets and scholars were aware of the different world that they were now living in and wanted to reflect these new changes in their works. The concept of distinctiveness and uniqueness was now something that was admired by people rather than ridiculed. A feature that was prevalent in modernist literature was the themes of alienation and oppression of its characters. In this essay I will focus on “Heart of Darkness” by Joseph Conrad and Virginia Woolf’s “Mrs Dalloway” and will highlight these features in them. “Heart of Darkness” by Joseph Conrad proved to be an inspiration for great future modernist writers such as Elliott and Joyce.
To cite a certain number can indicate both the inheritance of science and the respect of other author's fruits of labor. In the meantime, for the others work achievement, it also provides the significant information for the newsroom, auditing experts and readers to identify the value of the paper. And most importantly, the references provide for the readers and review experts the related literature citations of the paper, which facilitates retrieval. Then the information of resources will be shared and the progress of science and technology will be promoted. It is also worth noting that although some classic old documents can be referenced, more new literatures should be cited.
Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894), the engineer who become a famous writer in the Victorian age, Stevenson made a very close relationship with the reader because he made a new kind of writes which depends on the play with words which made the readers excited and feel joyful all the time,(RLS Website,2016). Stevenson was a pioneer in many fields, he also was a famous for his two master peaces novel treasure island, beach of falesa and kidnap, he also famous for the genre of adventure romance and he was moving from the adventure romance to the realistic novel or to the genre which is called new realism, (RLS website, 2016).beach of falesa is another island story that revolves all its events in specific island its first published it called “uma”, (ENCYCLOPADIA BRIITANNICA, 2017). “It is the first south sea story: I mean with real south sea character and details of life” (towheed, 2012). It’s considered as a hybrid work because it is contain elements of realism, romanticism, gothic and many other elements. In this essay I will discuss the element of realism in the story, the religious beliefs, the new kind of language and the contact zone between the British people and islander and how can it effects on the British people.
These two poems I read really effect my perspective on poetry. I see now that these kinds of poems can really impact you if you see what the writer is trying to say. Wilfred Owen wrote a wonderfully poem that had great meaning to it. Richard Wilbur poem had a very interesting note to it I couldn’t find myself really understanding this poem, until I read some more. I loved these poems for the way they spoke about really events that had a significant impact in their lives.
The definitions, therefore, usually include additional adjectives such as aesthetic or artistic to distinguish literary works from texts such as newspapers, scientific textbooks, magazines, legal documents, brochures, and so on. Hamlyn (1998) stated that literature in the word originally meant all written language. More formally, literature is defined, according to one dictionary, as writing in which expression and form, in connection with ideas of permanent and universal interest, are characteristic or essential features, as poetry, romance, history, biography, essay etc. Not all good books are literature, but all literature is good, interesting, significant and well written. Based on those definitions above the researcher gives understanding that the literature is more than writing.
1. Introduction 1.1. Scope of the Study. A literary text is what drives the author 's message to the reader using the rhetorical and artistic tools of language, the writer creates a world of fiction where he can meet the reader 's intellect, at this point, the language plays the big and important rule, that is building a bridge between the reader 's mind and the author 's mind through the figurative language and the amount of the used figures of speech. On the one hand, "Pamela" such a fantastic work by the great English writer Samuel Richardson, by its publication, the novel, "Pamela", became one of the most popular contemporary books of that time.