The reader comes to develop new insights into the world around us, portraying a theme “ that things are not always as they seem.” The reader realises that beliefs and values may change when we are exposed to insightful and challenging material, both in life and in reading Hamlet. The deterioration in Hamlet's character and good spirit shows us that while acts such as revenge may entail negativity and danger, there may be benefits to individual people that we do not see. The importance of trust in the phenomenon of love is made clear to the reader, and we realise that trust is required in any sort of stable relationship. The reader is also informed about loyalty and we realise that loyalty can be a bad thing if shown in an excessive or inappropriate way.
Hence, in order to ensure history would not repeat itself, Golding emphasized the slippery-slope nature of sinister INFLUENCEs on society in his novel, Lord of the Flies, namely through character development. Initially in the PLOT, everyone willingly agrees to “have rules and obey them” claiming that they have “got to do the right things” (42). However, they ultimately end up clashing between and changing their opinions on the values they advocate for in the beginning, like peace, and the opposites of those values, such as savagery.
The tales also help us in modern day, in the fact that we can reflect and view the choices and mistakes that a character chose and using that we can think about how we would make that choice. On top of that, we can use the scenarios to help us make a better decision in a future incident that might be similar. Hidden intellectualism in Greek/Roman Mythology is sweeping, but what we must truly look at is the larger and more obvious themes and lessons that have been shown in the stories. If we observe and critique them with an intellectual mindset we can discover ways to solve a problem we might experience later, or we may even gain knowledge and insight that can help us later in
He displays how when people are faced with death, some let fate control their destiny, which is applicable to real world situations. In the real world, one will make the choice whether to expect or avoid fate, which will lead to certain consequences. Hemingway’s writings were based on experiences and obstacles he overcame. People should invest more time to reading Hemingway’s stories, which can prompt action, and change some life decisions of the reader. His strong messages should get through to readers, to prompt better decisions.
In the novel Lord of the Flies by William Golding, Piggy and Ralph both experience regret after killing Simon, but they try to rationalize it by saying it was an accident. They then say that they need to be rescued. “QUOTE” This gives Ralph and Piggy optimism for the future after deep regret for killing a close friend. In order to survive these circumstances Ralph and Piggy needed the reassurance that rescue brought, but they also needed to be able to feel the regret for what they did. A survivor has lived through many things, and they need to be able to get through it with the help of optimism and tenacity.
A value that tells one to stand up for their beliefs. Creon also teaches us a very important value in this novel. Toward the end of the play the chorus ays, “ of happiness for the greatest part is wisdom, and reverence toward the gods. Proud words of the arrogant man, in the end, meet punishment, great as his pride was great till at last he is schooled in wisdom”( page 45 1350). To reach Creon’s lesson he had was stubborn in the beginning of the novel then he listen to the people but he was too late
Discoveries and discovering can offer new understandings and renewed perceptions of ourselves, others and our world. Ladies and gentlemen of the HSC panel, thank you for providing this opportunity for me to speak to you on the concept of discovery, and share my thoughts on how this area of study can be explored through texts. The discovery process is a crucial way we can help people arrive at the truth and overcome confusions and uncertainties that have a negative impact on the quality of life. Michael Gow’s play Away and Les Murray’s poem
He also brings dark humor into many sad situations, and he is very informed on the events of the story, in a way that allows him to explain many outside events, shedding light on the situation that is outside of what Liesel, the protagonist, perceives. If I had come up with the idea for this story, I probably would have written it in the first person, the narrator being the protagonist, Liesel, because it would make the story seem more personal to the reader. Using Liesel as the narrator would have some advantages over using Death, because Liesel in experiencing all of these first hand, while Death can distance himself from the events that take
The important message from this is that to make a good story you have to use a lot of vivid detail to make a believable and setting that you can see in your mind. If you don’t use any vivid detail in your story to build the setting the read will get lost in the complexity of the world you created, so it is important that you help them visualise the world you put them in. Nevertheless make sure that in the future, whenever you write a story, make sure that your reader can the world that you immerse them