Hassan helped him realize that forgiving is a big part in life. Baba made him into the man he is in ways he thought were the best. The author, Khaled Hosseini, is showing us that everyone in our lives have shaped us into who we are today or who were gonna be in the
Manto is one of the famous Urdu short story writers during the time of partition. He followed the writing tradition of Social realism which many of the Progressive writers used. His story dealt with fictional account real life situations. Manto often commented, "If you find my stories dirty, the society you are living in is dirty. With my stories, I only expose the truth" This quote itself explains that Manto 's stories were the harsh reality of the society.
Poe describes the mental state of a man who is going to kill people horribly and admirably. In addition, his the last word “In peace requiescat!” expresses Montresor’s cruel and horrible character that he is indifferent of his friend’s death he despite killed him. This is the mental state of a man who is going to kill
Shadows of Death In the story, Peyton Farquhar dies, but as a reader, we do not learn this fact until the very end. Ambrose Bierce hides this fact until the end by providing an adventure through the mind of a dying Peyton Farquhar. Along the incredible journey of “escape”, Bierce alludes to the inevitable end to which the reader is captured by the idea that Peyton Farquhar could actually get away. The short story “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” has several literary techniques that capture the reader’s attention. In the short story “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” Bierce uses imagery to foreshadow the death of Peyton Farquhar.
Milton use this D-word during the time where the word death was considered as taboo. Thus Paradise Lost by Milton, is an epic poetry, which portray the grand style of Milton. Raleigh in his essay, The style of Milton says, “since Milton died, his name is become the mark, not of a biography nor of a theme, but of a style – the most distinguished in our poetry”
The article “Muhammad: Prophet and Statesman,’’ written by Montgomery W. Watt is a strong biographical exposition on the last messenger of Allah, Al-Sadiq (the truthful) and Al-Amin (the trustworthy) our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Montgomery gives brilliant insight into Muhammad (PBUH) “Assessment, Appearance and Manner, covering his gentleness and tenderness of feelings which are worthy of credence, as well as his conduct of public affairs. Montgomery starts with Muhammad (PBUH) outward appearance, explains his charismatic personality and how he dealt with people. He includes his immense love for children, as well as his generosity which won everyone’s affection and secured their devotion. Sadly, the denigration of him by European writers played a huge role in spreading the temptation which leads to the development of many allegations against Muhammad (PBUH).
Mulk Raj Anand is one of the Indian English fiction writer along with R.K. Narayan, Ahamed Ali, Raja Rao, was one of the first India- based writers in English. Anand is the one of the famous critic writer in Indian English fiction. Anand is not only a novelist and he is also a short story writer and art critic writing in English. Anand was among those who gave Hindustani idioms to English. In his work he arise our pity among the poor peoples of India by showing a real- life representation of the people.
For his writings, Adrian Kempton said that Milton was in one hand attacked by extremists critics as “a bigoted puritan, who wrote an excessively long-winded, irrelevant, contorted, and obscure religious poem”, Paradise Lost, and on the other praised as a “the great champion of Christian Humanism and author of an inimitable epic masterpiece”. He added that it is in his first poem written in English where he served as a poet I the service of
. Ismat Chugtai and Sadaat Hasan Manto hailed from the Progressive Writers’ Movement (PWM). Chugtai wrote during a period when India was a colony but the struggle for independence and with a change in the socio-cultural fabric a woman’s body and behaviour became associated with national and communal identity. Chugtai celebrates the body and a woman’s sexuality.
Nazım Hikmet was one of the most influential and distinctive poets of Turkish literature. As an ardent communist, he was influenced by Soviet poet, Vladimir Mayakovski and promoted social realism in his poems. Also, he distinguished himself from the "syllabic poets" in concept and began writing in free verse, which harmonized with the rich vocal properties of the Turkish language. Kuvâyi-Milliye Destanı is one of the most famous poem books of Nazım Hikmet in which he wrote individual stories of ordinary people who had joined the National Struggle, and how their stories intertwined the grand and official narrative of the National Struggle. In this article, I am going to demonstrate similarities and differences between orthodox-official discourse of the republic about the National Struggle and Nazım Hikmet’s patriotic discourse in the second part of the book, and also how the grand narrative of the Turkish War of Independence and the stories of ordinary people was able to have been connected.