A unique visual message is the use of varied techniques to convey individual experiences such as those of women in the play ‘The Shoe Horn’, who were captured by Japanese during the World War II. In the play, the experiences of survival and power are conveyed through sound, symbols, projecting image, lighting, body language, and dialogue. Some of these distinctive experiences are outlined below. Distinctive experiences of loss of power and control: In scene eight of the play, there is the use of sound to portray the Japanese influence. Shiela states that they could hear them scream even as far as when by the fence and it was clear that it was not a human reverberation by them.
The World War 2 carried many un remedied and unacknowledged injustices among the human race. One of the greatest inhuman acts committed was “comfort women “issue. These were women and girls that were either lured or forcefully taken in to the Japanese military camps to serve as sexual objects for the soldiers. Some women were trafficked into sexual slavery with the promise to work in big textile industries. The imperial Japanese military colonialists supported this act of comfort women citing that it aided in reduction of rape crimes that the Japanese army would have been prone to.
Using distinctively visual, sensory language and dramatic devices in texts allows the reader and audience to view as well as participate and relate to different emotions. In the fictional play “Shoe Horn Sonata” written by John Misto, 1995, Misto sets the scene by using dramatic devices to address the extremely confronting circumstances that the protagonists, Sheila and Bridie experience. Similarly, in the poem “Beach Burial” by Kenneth Slessor, 1944, Slessor too uses extremely strong visual language on the subject of war to overcome the gruesome realities of the subject matter. Misto’s play “Shoe Horn Sonata” shares the impacting journey two young women are forced to face, spending 1287 days in captivity in a Sumatran war camp, during world war two. The play explores the retelling of their stories from their own perspective 50 years later.
The collapse of France during World War II was as abrupt as it was unforeseen. A major work of art that reflected the provocative history of France during the German occupation and the lives of the captives was that of Irene Nemirovsky’s Suite Française, a book she wrote in 1941. The French women that were portrayed in the novel come from different backgrounds and played different roles. The roles that these women depicted in the book were roles that women in reality played; roles that they didn’t necessarily choose, but rather was forced upon them by the French society and the circumstances that the war has brought upon them. Irene Nemirovsky was born in Kiev in 1903 to a wealthy family, and like most prominent Russian-Jewish families, hers had made the transition to French life impeccably (Kaplan 4).
One of the goals of the literary theory of Feminist Criticism is to highlight and expose the patriarchy and misogynist behaviors and beliefs towards women. This theory can be applied to many literary works, including Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird. In the final moments of Tom Robinson’s trial, Atticus makes a speech to the jury. Throughout his speech, Atticus makes several comments on how Tom Robinson did not commit the crime at all, blaming Mayella Ewell for bringing a false statement to court. Atticus ensues that Mayella’s desire to form a relationship with Tom was “...stronger than the [racial] code she was breaking…” (Chapter 20, pg.
"Kitty" was her only friend that made her feel appropriate to express her feeling and emotion about everything. The authors of the "The diary of young girl" and the play of "The diary of Anne Frank" both divulge the impact of war on Anne Frank's life. The authors deliberatly point out ways that the war effect Anne's life by gaving background knowledge on the war effecting Anne, showing on the war effect Anne's life through descripitions of events, and using first person narration to show how explicit Anne's feeling was. The Authors of both texts disclose the impact of war on Anne's by providing background knowledge. The background knowledge helps the reader to get a better understanding of what the Jews have to go through.
JSTOR, JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/30210320. Emily Sunstein was a political American feminist activist, who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Art History in 1944. Keats-Shelley Journal is an article written by Emily Sunstein, an author that analyzes Mellors criticisms of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Which allows for three authors voice to be wrapped up into one article, making fact and truth inescapable between the three of them. The article begins by going into extreme depth into Mary Shelley 's feminist ideals, which allows the reader to enter Mary Shelley’s mind and see how she views her own past.
In Ernest Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls, he gives a story of the stress and strife during a war between fascist groups. The drama and emotion, every character displays shows their own individuality and their importance to accomplishing the ultimate goal. Women, during this time, played a major role in easing the men’s emotions. Before one can compare the role of Maria to Pilar, they must first know what the role of a typical Spanish women during the Spanish civil war. Many Spanish women not only stayed home to help the infrastructure of their country, but also went into the armed forces.
'An Inspector Calls ' written by J.B. Priestley in 1945, revolves around an investigation into a working-class girl who committed suicide due to the Capitalist nature of society. In this play Priestley uses each character to represent an important message to deliver to the audience, mostly about the theme of responsibility. Priestley uses the young Sheila Birling, a carefree lady, to drive the play forward. Her importance shows the audience the need for a social change where gender equality is concerned and it highlights differences in attitude among the generations. In addition, it seems that Sheila becomes a 'Second Inspector ' towards the end of the play in order to reinforce Priestley 's message.
1) Hi, I’m Valeria Tasinato, and I’m going to talk about Korean comfort women, and some photos related to them, shot during the battle of Mount Song, happened during World War II, and fought by Japanese soldiers against Chinese and American forces. But first, who were “comfort women”? With the term “comfort women” we refer to women who were sexually exploited by Japanese military during the Second Sino-Japanese War and the Second World War. They were from territories occupied by the Japan’s Empire, and the majority of them were Japanese, Korean, and Chinese; but even Filipino, Taiwanese, Burmese, Indonesian, Dutch and Australian women were interned. 2) The first ianjo (comfort stations) was set up after the January 28 Incident, also known as
After Japan attacked Pearl Harbor the United states went into World War II, many people think that the Japanese living near the West Coast aid Japan even though they have no evidence of them doing any wrong. If the person race is Japanese or if their face look Japanese they had to move to an internment camp. The nonfiction story “Farewell to Manzanar” by Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston had to face discrimination through her time at Japanese internment camp. Another nonfiction, memoir called “The Bracelet” by Yoshiko Uchida.The story explain that the narrator were having similar experience even though they both live in different area. Each person faces the same challenging time, and the perspectives of the narrator and Ruri know what was happening
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