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    The novel A Thousand Splendid Suns describes the plight of the Afghan women both under the patriarchal social systems of the Afghan society and the brutal forces of political parties. Hosseini actually gives a message through this novel by showing the power of unity through the main characters, Mariam and Laila. With these two characters he has raised the issue of feminism and gender equity. The novel stresses over the rights of women who are not given access to education and freedom of choice. Male

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    A Struggle with Identity “Hills Like White Elephants” is a short story in which Ernest Hemingway, the author, uses stylistic ways in presenting the story. The setting takes place in a Spanish railway station. Jig, Hemingway’s main character, and the American man, exchange frustration and confusion because of a simple operation the American man wants Jig to go through (Hemingway, 887). After a series of arguments and reasoning, at the end of the story, Jigs explained that she felt fine, suggesting

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    Nature was a leading theme in the time of Romanticism period. William Wordsworth, a famous English Romantic poet, was most often portrayed as a vicar of nature. His approach to nature clearly distinguished from the other great poets of nature. This essay will analyse Wordsworth’s development as a poet of nature referring to his poem “Tintern Abbey”, which was written in the edition of Lyrical Ballads in the year 1798. The poem commences with the speaker’s assertion that he is revisiting the Wye

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    Traditional spiritualites like Christianity have been around since man was created. It has a huge influence in society and the life of people, even to today and even back 70 years ago when Samuel Beckett was writing Waiting For Godot. It’s no surprise when Beckett incorporates traditional spirituality into his tragicomedy since it does have a huge presence. Beckett’s use of this traditional spirituality in Waiting for Godot helps to expose the themes of faith and doubt as well as to justify the seemingly

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    Spiritual Space

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    Deprival of Spiritual Space In order to highlight the severe consequence the deprival of spiritual space can have on Pecola, it is essential to bring up another factor that determines the extent to which spiritual space matters, since the importance of African spirituality to Pecola is not only defined by her surrounding, but also by her intrinsic desire for spiritual space. Constantly being ignored, discriminated, and mistreated, Pecola didn’t abandon herself to vice, instead, she continues to

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    In our society today, every individual’s ideas can be exchanged in various creative forms. The short film medium, being a form of social commentary, is a pertinent driving force behind shifts in personal values. Thus short films as a textual form have great value and impact to society due to their versatile delivery. Steve Cutts’ Happiness (2017) is a satirical film whose fast-paced nature prioritises meaning over matter to critique the constant pursuit of happiness in misplaced interests. Erez Tadmor

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    Discourse analysis is a branch of linguistics and it is the study of the language found in texts, with the consideration of in which situation it is used, whether it is a cultural or social context. It is the study of language, whether it is written or spoken. The study of language can be divided into three ways, which are “language beyond the level of a sentence, language behaviors linked to social practices and language as a system of thoughts”. Discourse analysis depends on analyzing the language

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    on him. In 1925, Ernest meets F. Scott Fitzgerald at a bar in Paris, just two weeks after The Great Gatsby was published. On April 4th, 1927, Hemingway divorces Elizabeth and remarries Pauline Pfeiffer a month later. In 1928, Ernest and Pauline move to Key West, Florida, where he goes on and off about through the 50’s, and where he completes the majority of his life’s writing at the house. On June eighth, the couple’s son,

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    establish Hemmingway’s enmity on women. He Hemingway meets and falls in love with Agnes von Kurowsky and they planned to marry but she becomes to engaged to an Italian office worker in March 1919. In 1927 he divorces Hadley Richardson and marries Pauline

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    "On the Star, you were forced to learn to write a simple declarative sentence. This is useful to anyone. Newspaper work will not harm a young writer and could help him if he gets out of it in time," this quote is from Ernest Hemingway and shows what knowledge he learned from the past to influence his writing. He was a Nobel Prize-winning author who experienced many situations to help leverage his work. Ernest had many excellent and poor experiences, but all of them were important to his writings

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    Ernest Hemingway Sexism

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    Ernest Miller Hemingway was raised in a sexist/ racist time period. Almost all of Ernest Hemingway 's works show some type of sexism or racism. Two of his main short stories are “Indian Camp” and “The Doctor and the Doctor 's Wife”. In “Indian camp” Nick 's father has to deliver a woman 's baby, she has been in labor for two days. Sadly even though her situation is so dangerous, men still don`t care. This short story showed lots of examples of racism and sexism. In “The Doctor and the Doctor 's

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    Marcelline, Ursula, and Carol Hemingway and one brother, Leicester Hemingway. His father Clarence Hemingway and mother Grace Hall Hemingway disapproved of Hemingway’s many marriages. Hemingway married four times his wives: Elizabeth Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gellhorn, and Mary Welsh. Ernest was a father of three; John Hadley Nicanor "Jack" Hemingway. Patrick Hemingway, and Gregory. Also, Ernest had twelve grandchildren: Joan, Margaux, Mariel, Mina, Patrick, Edward, Sean, Brendan, Vanessa

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