to have good understanding of importance of modern literature, I will write and share my views on different short stories, their concepts and theories. Not going to lie, it is hard, but a “man’s gotta to do what a man’s gotta to do,” (Jetson, 1962) which is why one of the stories “A woman on the roof” by Doris Lessing will be sharing my views about Feminism and Irony (Dialogue). “Mrs. Packletide’s Tiger” by Saki, Setting and Post-Colonialism “The Guest” by Albert Camus, Dialogue and Existentialism
upon what he wants and always has to be thinking how his actions will look to the natives or authorities instead. This is clearly discernible in the epitome of the officer and Daru, the main characters from the stories “Shooting an Elephant” and “The Guest” respectively, who neglect their own sentiments of what is right. So, in colonial situations, the colonized are not the only ones who lose freedom, but also the citizens of the colonizers, since they are obliged to go against their beliefs.