Dante’s Inferno focuses on spirituality and sin, whereas in Susan E. Blow’s article, Dante’s “Inferno”, the author ignores Christianity. Christians bear the burden of making conscious decisions and to ignore wrong thoughts or evil things. Dante believes that Christians must avoid evil doings or experience the wrath of God. Blow states that through sin a person learns wisdom. When discussing the “Inferno”, Blow notes that “view that sin ultimately rests is, that man can only learn what he is, by finding out what he is not, and that the violation of his ideal nature reveals him to himself”(123).
“Drama for Students.” Romeo and Juliet. Thomson Gale, 1 Jan. 2005. Web. 1 Dec. 2014. "Experiment And Interregnum: Romeo And Juliet,King John,Julius Ceasar."
Retrieved February 04, 2018, from https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2011/aug/29/hannah-arendt-adolf-eichmann-banality-of-evil Hartouni, V. (2012). Visualizing atrocity Arendt, evil, and the optics of thoughtlessness. New York: New York University
It aids in emphasizing the morality in the novel as religions are typically the sources that influence morals in society. The description of the portrait:“the leprosies of sin were slowly eating the thing away.” (Wilde 140) plays on the idea that the immoral influence was slowly eating away at Dorian’s purity. In addition, Basil’s attempt to purify Dorian’s soul, through repentance for his sins uses religion to create a realistic way in which his sins can be atoned for. The prayer: “Dorian. Let us kneel Down … ‘though your sins be as scarlet, yet I will make them white as snow’” (Wilde 140) is a reference to the prayer Our Father.
Personal Worldviews Part I – My philosophy I. Mission: My mission is to serve others with the love of God, and to live every moment contagiously showing others my trust and love for my creator. Because of what He did for me on the cross, I can now live to love. II. Beliefs: 6-10 most important beliefs about God and the Bible 1.
Morinaga, Maki. “The Gender of Onnagata as the Imitating Imitated: Its Historicity, Performativity, and Involvement in the Circulation of Femininity.” Project Muse Accessed October 20th, 2017 http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/positions/v010/10.2morinaga.html MORINAGA, MAKI. ONNAGATA: A Labyrinth of Gendering in Kabuki Theater. UNIV OF WASHINGTON PRESS, 2017. Chris Kincaid.
Vol. 4(8), pp. 398-403, October, 2013 DOI: 10.5897/IJEL2013.0479 ISSN 2141-2626 ©2013 Academic Journals http://www.academicjournals.org/IJEL International Journal of English and Literature Full Length Research Paper Aesthetics in William Shakespeare's Sonnets Maryam Ebrahimi* and Bahman Zarrinjooee Department of English Literature and Language, Islamic Azad University of Boroujerd, Iran. Accepted 30 August, 2013 This study focuses on aesthetics in William Shakespeare's sonnets. It shows the dominant aesthetic aspects of the sonnets.
Literature Review of Anne Washburn’s 10 out of 12 Anne Washburn’s play 10 out of 12 enables the audience to focus on an aspect of theatre that is little explored: Metatheatre. This literature review provides evidence in many methods Washburn uses in the play to concept to skew the perception of fiction and reality. Focus on script, setting, perspective and overall concept allows Washburn to take the concepts of metatheatre and transform it to create a unique audience experience. In ‘Strange Times’ Washburn explains to the interviewer how theatre is originally about “sitting in a dark space created by voices” (Washburn, Strange Times, page 43), and it is evident that she brings this concept to life in the play 10 out of 12. Tech rehearsals are
K. (2014, June 18). Food and fashion: How K-drama is influencing Asia. CNBC Warner Bros Channel 2011. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 Red Carpet Premiere. Accessed 22.11.2014, Website: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXXX14F_lgo Warner Bros. HARRY POTTER AT LEAVESDEN (2014).
Christianity has always been subjective and ambiguous, which allows for theories and speculation to develop regarding the religion’s values and characteristics. A key matter in theology seeks to understand those values and to identify a model of living that guides people away from corruption to remain in God’s image. Athanasius of Alexandria’s On the Incarnation and Friedrich Nietzsche’s The Anti-Christ address this issue with viewpoints that directly contradict each other. Athanasius examines the Incarnation to defend his position that natural human desires corrupt mankind and suggests there is nothing to prevent evil and sin other than God’s salvation while Nietzsche asserts that corruption occurs from a loss of instinctive nature and proposes