Governess’ Sanity and Honesty The novel, The Turn of the Screw, written by Henry James is a suspenseful and ghost story that is told and holds darkness that cannot be explained nor proven. James writes the story so the reader has to think about what they had just read and interpret how they believe it is. He does this to intrigue the readers to continue to read on. Through the novel, the reader is unsure if the main character, the Governess, is just making up these ghosts, if they are legitimate or whether her story can be completely trusted.
Roger Chillingworth is symbolic of the devil himself. Chillingworth is first mentioned in chapter 3, and it is noted that his shoulders are deformed. Chillingworth's shoulders are very symbolic pertaining to his twisted and quite deformed way of thinking. Richard Alleva, in his critical essay, "The Scarlet Letter" says that "Roger Chillingworth, alternates between sleepwalking and spasm but never gets a chance to define a human being. " Roger finds out that Dimmesdale is the father of Pearl, and from that moment forward, Roger does not relent on achieving revenge.
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Greed: The Disintegration of our Moral Character Greed does not rest until it is satisfied, and greed is never satisfied. It is like an infection that begins as harmless exposure but then develops into a chronic illness, paralyzing all former morale and character of a human being. Throughout F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby the reader sees evident examples of the corruption of wealth and greed exemplified. The dehumanizing nature of wealth is carried out in the characters, the plot, and the symbolism of Fitzgerald's novel. Fitzgerald reveals the corruptive nature of wealth through the characters he places in his novel.
History Today 43, no. 11(November 1993): 41 http://web.b.ebscohost.com/ehost/detail/detail?vid=4&sid=0f7bc405-cdac-4bb4-a7a8-b0d3c208af4e%40sessionmgr101&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#AN=9312147529&db=hlh (accessed February 6, 2018). Croft writes a brief article on the reputation of Secretary of State Robert Cecil, before and after the plot is emerged. The author dwells into the political life of Cecil by bringing forth challenges Cecil faces in the Jacobean era. This article is informative with the author doing extensive research on Cecil in a future study. Dodd, A. H. "The Spanish Treason, the Gunpowder Plot, and the Catholic Refugees.
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In the age of Romanticism, using nature to express ones feelings was one thing that poets loved to do. Focusing on the “London” by William Blake and “Mutability” by P.B. Shelley, one will see the comparison of how both authors used nature and emotion to depict the situations and experiences that they saw during this time. But meanwhile, the emotion and comparison to nature is not always positive, neither is it always negative and in these two poems one can see the differences. Romanticism was a period of time in the 18th century where literary movements was such an ideal trend in Europe. For the most part romanticism was about individualism and human emotions and not so much about power of the hierarchy over the population.
“Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently” (Andersen). Spoken by Henry Ford, the creation of the Model T gives Brave New World its sense of century placement. In Aldous Huxley’s work, a new society where Ford is referred to as a god, history and relationships do not exist and suffering is unknown due to a mainstreamed drug created due to failure of the Before Ford society. This advanced dictatorship proves technologically savvy, as people are created through a scientific process, leading to thousands of identical people. Bernard Marx and John the Savage are fortunately questioning the way this world works, and ending in suicide demonstrates the citizens reciprocal effect on government institutions.