Bartleby, in his story "The Scrivener" and Stephen Crane, in his book "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky Summary" aim at ensuring that they capture the attention of their audience based on their literary works. The two authors have structured their stories in such a way that their beginnings are flat but with time get entertaining. On the flip side, contrast exists on some of the themes that are applied to both stories. In this paper, an assessment of the similarities and contrasts that exists between the two stories will be highlighted. Theme: one of the primary goals of literary works is to ensure that the audience 's attention is captured and that it is able to derive suitable information by reading the stories.
To gain an understanding of a client’s thought patterns cohesively, one can use narrative therapy. Narrative therapy is known as re-authoring or re-storying of conversations (Morgan, 2000). It is a method that centres on people as experts of their own lives. A narrative approach thus views problems as separate from people. It is assumed that the person has many beliefs, values, commitments, skills, abilities and competencies which will help them to change their relationship with the problems that are influencing their lives.
Sometimes we don't even notice it. Literature's cognitive dimension helps us cope with current and future challenges by changing the way we think about ourselves, our society and even helps us question current issues within our society by providing different outlooks and opinions on something we may have thought we already knew. Pieces of literature can make the reader 'see' through the eyes of one of the characters or see another point of view. This helps us feel and develop many emotions creating empathy in our feelings and reactions. Any element of the story, meaning, the points of view, the language itself as well as the tone or mood, have roles in creating what we call emotional effects/reactions.
Literature is one of the important elements in life. Why? Because through literature, we can express our feelings, convey our thoughts and show others our concern regarding matters in our daily life. To be able to use literature as a medium of communication, we have to get used to it at a young age. But, just like the adults, children also have their own concerns.
(Graesser, Hauft-Smith, Cohen, & Pyles, 1980). Mar and Oatley explain how individuals are constanty exposed to literary fiction, whether it is through films, plays, television etc. While individuals are engaging with this literary fiction they are also reacting subconsciously to it as if we are taking part in the activity that we are watching. Mar and Oatley explore this motive in a great amount of detail and they describe the act of storytelling and the effects they have on the readers. One understands stories through the creation of mental models.
This paper will examine how this reinterpretation of the role of an individual in the society is reflected in Grossman's Life and Fate. The shift towards self-centered discourse can be observed from the very name of the Grossman's novel. Even without reading a novel one would
The novel is a fictional story in writing or words and have an element of intrinsic and extrinsic. A novel is usually tells about the life of human interaction with the environment and each other. In a novel, the author tried as much as possible to direct the reader to the images of the reality of life through the stories contained in the novel. The verb is a word
For example, this thesis focuses on tracing of the life of the character of Mariam, the protagonist of The Thousand Splendid Suns written by Khaled Hosseini. This theory may lead upto a lot of newer tracking in the other end of the line. For it can also be used to track, the chronological order in which, the writer created the whole plot with the new elements when it comes to the fictions. This helps in analyzing the ways of creating a work of art by the writer. This can also help to trace down the life of the writer and find out the autobiographical elements added in the fiction.
Literature is made out of the lore of life. No doubt, the realistic artist brings to a focus the oddities and cruder aspects of life overmuch. But to know life fully, not only the bright side but also the seamy and dark side of life is to be known. Thus, society creates literature. It may be described as the mirror of the society.
He applied variety & versatility in his plays. Thus the literature influenced by its milieu reflects the contemporary social structure. Asif Currimbhoy is a close follower of the above mentioned view. Each play has a touch of reality due to its connection with some major event or incident of the past or the contemporary time. He targets the impact of the social issues over the lives of people.