Critical Lens ( "When Writers Write From A Place Of Insight And Real Caring About The Truth, They Have The Ability To Throw The Lights On For The Reader." )

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Critical LensWhen writers write from a place of insight and real caring about the truth, they have the ability to throw the lights on for the reader." In other words the critical lens shoes that the writer who cares about the truth and has a deep understanding of the literature can help us understand the literature. Yes, I agree with this statement. I have read two books, which is Odyssey by Homer and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. Those books show how human nature is similar to literature.In the novel Odyssey by Homer the writer shows human ...view middle of the document...

This writer of these books tells us that the human nature does not change. It is same as it was before.In the other novel "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte, the writer of this book shows how love is important to our human nature. The writer quest for love in this story. This story took place 18century in England. The main idea of this story was a young lady who falls in love with other Gentlemen. Main character of this story was Jane Eyre and Mr. Rochester who fall love with each other and they decided to get married but it was unsuccessful because Mr. Rochester has wife. There was lots of conflict between Jane Eyre and Rochester. Jane left the Thorn field Mansion and she went to another village for job. At the same time Rochester had an accident that made him blind. Mr. Rochester lost his family he lived alone in the Thorn field. At the end, Suddenly Jane Eyre understands her feeling at Rochester and she came back to Thorn field again to get together.The writer of the both stories shows human nature by literature. In the book Odyssey, Odyssey discovered unusual thing in his life. In the Odyssey the writer shows human nature, which is similar to our present. And In the book Jane Eyre the writer was searching for love and truth. The writer shows how they got close with each other by love and truth.

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