301617- A Streetcar Named Desire Lying as well as deception is a common theme in A Streetcar Named Desire for the characters. There is Blanche, whom, because of her deception and lying which has played a bigger role on the other characters than she goes and realizes. Blanche stated in scene two of A Streetcar Named Desire that “I know I fib a good deal. After all, a woman 's charm is fifty percent illusion, but when a thing is important I tell the truth, and this is the truth: I haven 't cheated my sister or you or anyone else as long as I have lived” (41). At times there is the consideration that lying, as well as can be stated for Blanche is, she believes that is the truth, and not a false impression.
It sounds like something out of a bizarre “Jekyll-and-Hyde” style parody: Alice Mansfield is a calm, respectable Christian woman, but when she hears the rowdy beats of jazz rising up through the window, her mind threatens to snap; “It made her hold her hand in the pocket of her apron to keep from smashing it through the glass pane,” (59).Without ever using the word “repression,” Toni Morrison uses Alice Mansfield, a secondary character in her novel Jazz, to exemplify this theme. The complicated relationship Alice Mansfield has with jazz music can be extrapolated to analyze what Morrison perceives about the relationship Americans have with black art as a whole. The Fifth Avenue scene where Alice is overwhelmed by watching a black protest is one of the key instances where Morrison most effectively expands Alice’s personal grievances with jazz music to investigate the role of black art in American culture.
Blanche has a very flirtatious personality that causes problems between Stanley and his friends. As her past catches up with her, Blanche tries to keep a stable mind but she 's slowly losing her mental state. In the drama “A Streetcar Named Desire,” Tennessee Williams uses characterization of the main characters to convey theme of the desire. Two of the main characters, Blanche and Stanley, have
The use of musical instruments supplements well the film in bringing out the suffering of Millions of Jews. Violin instrument brings a sober beginning, but sad and melancholic feeling creeps in, hearts are pierced, the woodwind instrument, Oboe stitches it, brings a mixed orchestra feeling, soothing feeling. The director interlude successfully scenes from ‘Good German ' who rescues Jews from being assassinated by the Nazis to Evil Nazi revolutionist who has brought Jews into endless suffering, torture, and murder. Musical Instrumental sends a sharp chill through spines, the earthy and authentic sounds of violin gives life to the storyline, it connects the viewers to the events, makes everyone cry at the end. Itzhak and John William have managed to create a sound effect, which is completely neutral, undoubtedly, suitable to a timeframe of the film; it has reflected the suffering the Jews endured during Nazi revolution.
b- It wasn’t a dream, it’s memory: Alice understands that “Underland “is a real place, it’s not fantasy as she has thought. In the film, we can see that she pinches herself so as to wake up but it doesn’t work. Besides, when she returns to the “real world” she still has a wound in her arm. c. It’s far better to be feared than loved: The Red Queen wants to remain as a powerful and cruel woman, she isn’t interested in love. She sees the violence and fight as a way of resolving problems.
For example, during the scene when Mia is driving down the street after rehearsing for her play, the song City of Stars plays in the background with a slightly slower rhythm using xylophones. This alternative version of the song sounds like a lullaby, which reflects the dreamy state Mia is in while thinking about her career and relationship with Sebastian, who is always on tour. Mia’s misery is thrown back to me and I can feel myself slowly start to feel sad. The music not only reminds me of the illusory world of La La Land, but also creates an emotional intimacy between me and the characters of the film. This reinforces the idea of how La La Land transports me to their world.
Freudians Colour Symbolism In The Night Circus “Everything is a symbol of something, it seems, until proven otherwise.” -Thomas C. Foster. Symbols express ideas and emotions through an indirect approach, any individual can view a symbol and interpret it in their own way. It is a more personal form of expression in literature. The Night Circus shows many forms of colour symbolism that furthers the plot line and adds obscurity to the text. Although it may be hard to find balance between the symbols in Erin Morgenstern's novel The Night Circus, there are still many of Freudians theories that connect with each other.
Compare and contrast Piano and Poem at Thirty-Nine D.H Lawrence’s Piano and Alice Walker’s Poem at Thirty-Nine are both about nostalgic remembrance and childhood memories. Poem at Thirty-Nine focuses on the persona reflecting on her life and childhood, bringing in a sense of happiness and grief as she acknowledges how much her father has taught her about life whereas Piano highlights the persona’s poignancy when thinking of his mother and childhood. Both the poems take a different approach on theme of death and loss even though they are both about a parent. Piano is negative and emotional due to the fact that D.H Lawrence uses strong emotive language to convey nostalgia and sentimentality. This is shown through his choice of words such as ‘weep’ and ‘betray’.
The protagonists respond in methods connected by their shared roots in deception. Both Macbeth and Hamlet wear masks to mislead the characters around them in their own quests to fulfill their destinies. Because of these blurred lines regarding what is real and what is not, interesting assertions regarding life
To Emma, her affairs seemed like the perfect way to escape from her mediocre life and mundane marriage. However, she soon learns that affairs aren’t perfect. Her frivolousness and romanticist views pushed both men away, even though Charles never strayed. The ball at La Vaubyessard opened Emma’s eyes even more to the kind of life she wanted. Everything she read about in books just created an image in her head of what she “needed”.
She had a bad case of Alzheimer’s and always had a stoic look, but loved to play the piano. One day, another student rolled her to the piano and immediately she started playing it like a professional and she even had a tiny smile on her face. It goes to show that any artistic opportunity can make a person find
“There’s nothing remarkable in their making a man foolish, in women winning men To sin, for Adam our father was deceived just so, and Solomon, and also Samson, Delilah was his death and later David Endured misery for Batheba’s beauty. Women ruined them: how wonderful if men could love them well, but never believe them!” (130). Ever since Adam & Eve days, females have been seen as femme fatale. As “An alluring and seductive woman, especially one who leads men into compromising and dangerous situations.”- (dictionary). Sir Gawain expresses his thoughts and advices his audience that it is ok to love woman but never believe their stories nor fall for for their seduction otherwise a permanent scar will be carried upon sinners.