During World War I a lot of authors, journalists and critics turned to writing to document the extreme demand on the young men fighting in the war. Many British women also produced literature regarding the war. Frequently women wrote testaments of the influence and distress the war had on not only the soldiers, but also on the home and on their land (“World War I in Literature,” n.d.). World War I devastated the human advancement
These resembled throughout the novel have a strong effect on one another as well as having an impact on the reader, the story itself, and other literary elements presented. McCarthy’s use of characterization significantly impacts many elements within the novel, the characterization of the father being most notable. With the clever use of indirect characterization,
Book Review Valerie Garver’s book titled Women and Aristocratic Culture in the Carolingian World, examines the lives of Carolingian women, primarily elite, and how they are seen by others. Her work is set up to examine just how women were able to actively shape the culture of the Carolingian time period. The chapters are broken into four main themes to understand, being beauty, family, prudence and wealth. Garver also adds a chapter at the end that showcases textile work produced from women of the time. Through the use of themes and numerous textual evidence, Garver is able to drive her points across to the reader.
The art of storytelling. Throughout the novel the author gives advice on how to tell a true war story and how to decide whether a story is true or not. The book concludes by saying that stories bring the dead back to life and associates a form of magic with stories. Morality. The war makes people forget their morals and values causing people to do horrible things.
I liked that the author kept me interested in the writing because it reeled me into the story so I didn’t feel the need to start to drift away from it. It kept you into the story and I liked that because of all of the spontaneous details that the author gave to elaborate on his ideas. Most of this story is direct characterization because the author tells you about the characters and then that's how the characters acted and didn’t
Color plays a major role in this novel. Color sets the mood and tone of any setting. Reactions to color depends on what the actual color is. There are various types of colors and moods taking place in the novel. So when reading the novel I payed close attention to the colors and reactions of the characters.
What is the most this novel were the varying human connections and relationship that it explored so thoroughly. There was Kimberly and her mother, Kimberly and Matt, Kimberly and Aunt Paula, Aunt Paula and Kimberly 's mother, Kimberly and Annette, etc. All of the relationships felt so real and loved that there was something in each of them that everyone benefitted from. It also loved all of the secondary characters that came along the way and left their marks in Kimberly 's life. we thought that was such an important and powerful aspect of the story - the fact that no matter who comes along in your life, whether you intend for them to be there or not, can impact you in one way or another.
But as far as I know women try to do things more fairly in the relationship. And also the book's value will be higher if the writer could use more high vocabulary. The whole story was depending on the feelings, action and behavior of men and women relationship. It has many things about how confliction rises in the two different people. Those who read this book will understand their partner’s needs and wants more.
Transcript of Women in Early American Literature The continuing shift on the representation of women embodies the changes that occur in American literature. Each period in the American history seemed parallel to showcase the degree of which acknowledgement and acceptance were given to portray the roles of women. Dating back in the16th century, Svoboda (2013) argues that writings in American literature contained little reference to women at all thus illustrates the harsh reality of society's treatment of women. Women in American literature before the 18th century were inexplicit and almost non-existent. The chief literary work that portrayed woman character was Cabeza de Vaca’s The Chronicle of the Narvaez Expedition that was written during