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The idea of a genre of art that is called magical realism is less a trend than a tradition, an evolving genre that has its waxings and wanings, where each evolving form expresses an idea that may overlap another, yet at the same time branches off and creates something very different. What began in the visual arts has become a contemporary literary genre due to divergences. Contemporary Latin American writers of this mode include Alejo Carpentier, Jorge Luis Borges, Isabel Allende, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Octavio Paz, Pablo Neruda, and Majorie Agosin. At the same time there are many writers of the genre world wide, though every form may take one new meaning. The magical
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Exactly why and how the horror genre has appealed to such broad audiences, for such an extended period of time as it is, has long been the focus of much debate and speculation within the literary realm. Why we, as readers, seek out fear-inducing works of literature and derive satisfaction from the experience of being afraid is a question with no conclusive- or, at least no singular- answer, as yet. Scholars have formulated innumerable hypotheses in response to this seemingly psychologically backward propensity to go in search of a state of terror. An extensive body of literature in the field indicates that the most likely explanation for our cross-cultural love affair with this literary
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* Ten Most Outstanding Young Men of the Philippines (TOYM), Awardee for Literature (1955)
* Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Literary Awards (1957–1958; 1965; 1976)
* Reportage on the Marcoses (1979)
* Language of the Street and Other Essays (1980)
* The Ballad of the Five Battles (1981)
* Reportage on Politics (1981)
* Tropical Baroque (1982)
* Harper Publishing Company (New York, U.S.) writing fellowship
* Short stories
Name:Jose garcia villa
Background: José García Villa (August 5, 1908 – February 7, 1997) was a Filipino poet, literary critic, short story writer, and painter. He was awarded the
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, books that have both literary and teaching merit (Daniels 2006).”
Although Harry Potter series is often considered genre literature, there is no reason why genre literature can’t be considered for canon acceptance. Specifically, when the canon is so open to interpretation based on reading preferences and style. “In fact, the idea that YA works are truly literature is what lies at the heart of the “theory barrier” problem, even though in reality the problem is not of a literary nature (Daniels 2006).” Books like Mary Poppins were never expected to make any literary history yet they have been accepted into the shelves of libraries as well as creating a move toward greater
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highly elevated style.
Epic as genre is of two types: Traditional epic and Literary epic. “Traditional epics” also called “folk epics” or “primary epics” were written versions of what had originally been oral poems about a tribal or national hero during a warlike age. The original Homeric epics, sometimes called primary epics, were orally recited by bards and involved ritualistic presentations. The few examples of traditional epic are Iliad and Odyssey that the Greeks ascribed to Homer: the Anglo-Saxon Beowulf; the French Chanson de Roland and the Spanish Poema del Cid in the twelfth century; and the thirteenth century German epic Nibelungenlied. Individual poetics artisans using the
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* 7.1 Visual Arts
* 7.2 Music
* 7.3 Film
* 7.4 Photography
* 8 See also
* 9 References
* 10 Further reading
* 11 External links
John Locke's 1690 An Essay Concerning Human Understanding.
An essay has been defined in a variety of ways. One definition is a "prose composition with a focused subject of discussion" or a "long, systematic discourse". It is difficult to define the genre into which essays fall. Aldous Huxley, a leading essayist, gives guidance on the subject. He notes that "the essay is a literary device for saying almost everything about almost anything", and adds that "by tradition, almost by definition
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only so he could show Baba the blue kite he had won. The kite then becomes a sign of betrayal. This isn’t revisited until the concluding scene when Amir is teaching Sohrab how to fly a kite. As shown Hosseini has used symbolism in the form of motif’s to display the friendship shared between Amir and Hassan whilst they are growing up.
In conclusion it is clear to see that in the novel The Kite Runner Khaled Hosseini uses the sub – themes of nature of guilt, father-son relationship, the need for atonement and the friendships shared to explore the concepts of growing up. To do so he uses literary techniques such as the bildungroman genre, first person narration irony and the use of symbolism and motifs.
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composition with a focused subject of discussion" or a "long, systematic discourse". It is difficult to define the genre into which essays fall. Aldous Huxley, a leading essayist, gives guidance on the subject. He notes that "the essay is a literary device for saying almost everything about almost anything", and adds that "by tradition, almost by definition, the essay is a short piece". Furthermore, Huxley argues that "essays belong to a literary species whose extreme variability can be studied most effectively within a three-poled frame of reference". These three poles (or worlds in which the essay may exist) are:
The personal and the autobiographical: The essayists that feel most
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towards learning was thus conceptualized.
Specifically, it aimed to:
1.) Investigate on the Anime from the trending literary genre of Japan whose large number of viewers is children and adolescents.
2.) Determine the effect employed by Anime to the cognition of students in secondary level.
3.) Analyze the behavioral traits of the students as an effect of Anime in cultural context.
SCOPE AND LIMITATION
DEFINITION OF TERMS
Cultural context –
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
This study therefore would be very significant to:
The Students. Teacher education students will get the idea about the
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The Tragedy of a Salesman
The Death of a Salesman was a dramatic play written by Arthur Miller in 1949. It is often considered to be one of the greatest American plays ever written or performed. Death of a Salesman was also turned into a movie version of the play almost a decade later due to its success. In addition, the play also won Arthur Miller the Pulitzer prize in 1949. In literature, tragedies are most commonly featured in dramatic works to explore the idea of human suffering in order to connect with the audience and gain the sympathy of the crowd. This type of literary genre contains a tragic hero, who encounters an event, or possesses a tragic flaw, that will inevitably led to
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A realist not only by artistic and significant persuasion, but by temperament, Sterling A. Brown has shown concern throughout his career with poetry as an art of communication. Brown's essential writings deal primarily with the literary portrayal of Afro-Americans. Brown renders in a trend that emerged from many types of folks discourse, a black dialect matrix that features the blues and ballads, the spirituals and work songs. Brown’s final referents are African-American music and mythology. Brown was born in May 1901 and graduated with honors from Dunbar High in 1918. when after he went to Williams college on a scholarship and was the only student awarded Final Honors. From 1922 to 1923
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topic with a linked series of photographs; it may or may not have an accompanying text or captions.
An essay has been defined in a variety of ways. One definition is a "prose composition with a focused subject of discussion" or a "long, systematic discourse". It is difficult to define the genre into which essays fall. Aldous Huxley, a leading essayist, gives guidance on the subject. He notes that "the essay is a literary device for saying almost everything about almost anything", and adds that "by tradition, almost by definition, the essay is a short piece". Furthermore, Huxley argues that "essays belong to a literary species whose extreme variability can be studied most effectively
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Literary Analysis Essay OverviewReview your literary analysis packet, the sample essay I gave you (Lord of the Flies), the powerpoint which includes more examples, and any other handout you received on lit. analysis writing. Most of these are on the website.Grammar:"Empty" language Examples"The use of literary devices reveals the deeper meaning of the story and highlights the theme." State the theme and the deeper meaning you have uncovered!"Themes play a powerful role in "The Scarlet Ibis"This simile illuminates the meaning of the story.Literary devices such as foreshadowing and metaphors illustrate the theme throughout the textContractions-don't=do not, isn't=is not etc.Unclear Sentences
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trauma have had significant impact on the way we understand and interpret life writing texts. In this essay I will explain what constitutes the genre of life writing, and define the terms memory and trauma in reference to life writing.
Art Spiegelmanâ€™s graphic novel Maus is a good example of how time and trauma can influence and distort memory. Trauma, memory, and the childhood memoir are concepts that are closely linked, and in that way, Maus, and Andrea Ashworthâ€™s childhood memoir, Once in a House on Fire are tied together despite differing in their life writing genres. Like Maus, Once in a House on Fire highlights the issues of memory and trauma. I will use these texts to
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Piracy is the unauthorized duplication of an original recording for commercial gain without the consent of the rights owner. The packaging of pirate copies is different from the original. Pirate copies are often compilations, such as the "greatest hits" of a specific artist, or a collection of a specific genre, such as dance tracks.
Music industry supplies the intellectual raw material for movies and plays, as well as for education and recreation in general, and they have helped to bring about a dramatic increase in the productivity through the aiding of new creations.
Together the new information and communication technologies(ICTs) and in particular the internet, have enabled
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Edgar Allan Poe was an excellent horror, suspense, and mystery writer of the eighteenth century. His use of literary devices and different literary techniques makes this writer important to American literature. This paper will show how Edgar Allan Poe has made an impact on Society and American literature as well as how Edgar Allan Poe developed the short story. I will also discuss and analyze some of his works and techniques he uses in his short stories and poems.
Edgar Allan Poe was born in Boston, Massachusetts on January 19, 1809. His parents, who were actors, died when Poe was a small child. Poe was then adopted and raised by John Allan, a tobacco exporter, and Frances Allan in
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Advertising (or advertizing) is a form of marketing communication used to promote or sell something, usually a business's product or service. In Latin, ad vertere means "to turn toward". The purpose of advertising may also be to reassure employees or shareholders that a company is viable or successful.An essay is, generally, a scholarly piece of writing that gives the author's own argumentâ€”but the definition is vague, overlapping with those of an article, a pamphlet, and a short story.
Essays can consist of a number of elements, including: literary criticism, political manifestos, learned arguments, observations of daily life, recollections, and reflections of the author. Almost all
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out the divine commission and ministry of guarding and interpreting the word of God (“Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation”: Dei Verbum 12).
Foundational to understanding the literary/literal sense of any Biblical text is ascertaining the literary genre, discovered by the historical-critical method and sound principles of exegesis. The Second Vatican Council spoke of literary genres (forms or kinds of writing, literary devices) in the following manner:
Since God speaks in Sacred Scripture through men in human fashion, the interpreter of Sacred Scripture, in order to see clearly what God wanted to communicate to us, should carefully
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In The Invention of the World, Jack Hodgins invites us to consider an alternative dystopia in which fantasy and reality converge to create sense and constance in an otherwise chaotic existence. Unleashing an arsenal of characters in two parallel worlds, Hodgins attempts to uncover the mysteries of people, and he delves into the paradoxical genre of magic realism, a term coined by Franz Roh in 1925, to achieve this. Focussing on characterization, The Invention of the World offers sufficient surrealism to provide fictional entertainment, whilst cleverly grounding his mythical tale in a relatable reality inspired by history and realism. Specifically, Hodgins offers a lens into the lives of a
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Your effort, detail, and organization should reflect your ability to judge and evaluate the literary quality of books in each genre.
Note: Do not use the following types of children’s literature for this task: books written by celebrities; books based on comics, cartoons, toys, athletes, or celebrities; books based on formulaic series; or activity-type books. Do not use books written by the same author more than once, even for different genres.
A. Write an article (suggested length of 1–2 pages) to be distributed as part of the community newsletter in which you do the following:
1. Introduce the theme of culture and diversity for the summer reading list by doing the following
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books is the most popular form of such censorship. Many banned books are literary classics, such as The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger, which was listed as the number 6 most challenged or banned book in a list compiled by the American Civil Liberties Union in 1997. This book has been banned from school libraries all over the country because of the main character's teenage angst, which many feel is too graphic for teenagers, and its profanity. Profanity, whether it be frequent or a rare occurrence, is a characteristic of many literary classics, as is the use of racial epithets.In the book Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain (ranking number 2 on the list), an epithet is use many times over
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daily custom. The coffee and tea house had the greatest influence in the development of a free press, the creation of the literary essay as a genre, the founding of interest clubs, and the roots of big British business.
In 1660, the Dutch were quick to take English models of the coffee house to America. And the French, in 1775, were successful in transplanting a coffee plant to Brazil. This coffee plant was the first in the Americas, the forerunner for what would become one of the major coffee-providing- nations in the world.
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for the oligarchical collectivism that is Oceania.
The protagonist versus the world of dystopia
Before discussing Orwell’s dystopian view of the grim future, one should point out the history of dystopian literature and the very definition of “dystopia”. According to Oxford Dictionary of Literary Terms the literary genre dystopia is: “Dystopia, a modern term invented as the opposite of utopia, and applied to any alarmingly unpleasant imaginary world, usually of the projected future.”. As M. H. Abrams puts it in more simple terms: "a very unpleasant imaginary world in which ominous tendencies of our present social, political, and technological order are projected
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So, you just wrote your first science fiction novel. Your friend read it and told you that you were the next Ray Bradbury or Gene Roddenberry. Your fertile mind fantasizes your name up there on a Borders’ wall poster right next to images of Isaac Azimov and Jules Verne. Before going off the deep end and equating yourself with Hemingway and Steinbeck, give your ego a stiff reality check.
Few of us mortals are literary Mozarts that can plop down in front of a computer screen and author a perfect manuscript the first time around.. Let’s get one thing straight right now. You wrote a manuscript and not a book. After an author takes the time and care to read, edit and rewrite the
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acceptable. Blazing Saddles does not. By using satire, Blazing Saddles confronts and ridicules the racism of the western film genre and time period.
A satire is a literary form where a human or an individualâ€™s vices, follies, abuses or shortcomings are brought to light. It does this by the means of ridicule, derision, irony, parody, or caricature. Though usually funny, the basic point of a satire is to bring about social reform or just social criticism (Satire). In the movie Blazing Saddles, the two most widely used forms of satire are irony and parody and its main targets are the western film genre and racism.
From the very beginning, it is very evident that the film is a satire and is going
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lot of humor and sarcasm, which makes the essay entertaining and exciting to read. All of these literary features reflect the genre very well, and Siri Hustvedt has definitely written a relevant and humorous essay, which discusses an important subject about moral and humanity.
[ 1 ]. Side 6, l. 8
[ 2 ]. Side 6, l. 17-20
[ 3 ]. Side 7, l. 53
[ 4 ]. Side 6, l. 1-8
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William Bradford was born in 1590. He was a very smart child, and taught himself how to several languages. He also studied the bible quite frequently. When he turned 18, he was in a separatist group and they broke away from the church. They went to Holland so they wouldn't be killed. He then was one of the members on the Mayflower heading to America. He made it there in December 1620.
Bradford became the governor of the Massachusetts colony. He was there a very long time because he was re-elected thirty times. He then died in 1657.
B. Authors Major Works and Awards
The History of Plymouth Plantation
C. Title and Genre of the Selection Read
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July 4, 2016
New Testament Bible Dictionary Project
The authorship of the fourth Gospel is John the apostle, son of Zebedee, brother of James who identifies himself as â€œthe disciple Jesus lovedâ€(Hindson & Towns, 2015) and written toward the end of the first century A.D. 90 (Gangel, 2000). The primary literary genre is narrative. The purpose of the Gospel of John found in John 20:30-31 which is to convince readers that Jesus is the Messiah the Christ a divine revealer the Son of God (Kysar, 1976). Another purpose of the Gospel of John was to bring unbelievers to faith and to sustain those who are already believers (Kysar, 1976). The key themes are Jesus
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Villa Diodati is a mansion in the village of Cologny near Lake Geneva in Switzerland, notable because Lord Byron rented it and stayed there with John Polidori in the summer of 1816. Villa Diodati was originally called the Villa Belle Rive, Byron named it the Villa Diodati after his family owned it. Percy Bysshe Shelley and Mary Shelley, who was renting a house nearby, is a frequent visitor. Due to bad weather, in June 1816, the famous group spent three days together in the creation stories to tell each other, two of which have been developed into the landmark works of the genre Gothic horror: Frankenstein Mary Shelley and the
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The novel originated in the early 18th century after the Italian word "novella," which was used for stories in the medieval period. Its identity has evolved and it is now considered to mean a work of prose fiction over 50,000 words. Novels focus on character development more than plot. In any genre, it is the study of the human psyche.
The ancestors of the novel were Elizabethan prose fiction and French heroic romances, which were long narratives about contemporary characters who behaved nobly. The novel came into popular awareness towards the end of the 1700s, due to a growing middle class with more leisure time to read and money to buy books. Public interest in the
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4.3 Compare and contrast
4.8 History (thesis)
4.13 Other logical structures
5 Magazine or newspaper
7 Non-literary types
7.4 Visual Arts
8 See also
10 Further reading
11 External links
An essay has been deﬁned in a variety of ways. One deﬁnition is a "prose composition with a focused subject of
discussion" or a "long, systematic discourse". It is difﬁcult to deﬁne the genre into which essays fall. Aldous
Huxley, a leading essayist, gives guidance on the
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Edgar Allan Poe has commonly been recognized as an idiosyncratic author who is an “exemplary 18th century romanticist victim of his artistic temperament in the 19th century of American milieu of 'money-making' journalism”. (Jang, 2010) This resembles his self-definition as an author who, despite his unavoidable catering to newly rising mass literary markets of the nineteenth century, clung to late eighteenth-century romanticism and sole textual ownership. Thus as is well known, he was not a widely popular or critically acclaimed literary figure in America during his lifetime despite now
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would never be mistaken as his drawings were always filled with his trademark contraptions and creatures (Springfield Library et. al., 2002).Although Seuss wrote many children's books with the goal of creating enjoyable reading to stimulate literary growth, many of his whimsical stories contained serious themes. Perhaps Dr. Seuss's biggest contribution was to introduce important concepts to his audience that spanned generations. Dr. Seuss admitted to having serious undertones in several of his fanciful children stories. His most obvious literary work that encompassed a serious genre was, "The Lorax," with its strong environmental message (Springfield Library et. al., 2002). Other literature
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Dame Muriel Spark, DBE (1 February 1918 – 13 April 2006) was an award-winning Scottish novelist. In 2008 The Times newspaper named Spark in its list of "the 50 greatest British writers since 1945". She was born Muriel Sarah Camberg in Edinburgh, Muriel Spark was identified as a promising and creative writer when her name was still Muriel Camberg and she was still at school. Some of her poems had already been published by the time she won her first poetry prize, at the age of 12. Dame Muriel – poet, writer of fiction and literary criticism, and biographer – went on to win most of the literary awards going, was never out of print, and was at the top of her profession, internationally, for
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Critical Analysis of the fairytale ‘Rapunzel’
In today’s society it is naturally assumed that the appropriate audience for fairy tales are the children and infants of the generations, whom will age having remembered these tales. With clear applicable morals, these tales are expected to be passed down through generation to generation, as they have through the centuries from their assumed oral source. However, if an individual was to take only one of the many fairytales circulating in bedrooms of young children today and trace it back to its source - oral or literary, they would find that fairytales once had much darker, adult elements laced throughout.
Well known by young girls, the tale
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criticism and re-enacts the battle of the ancients and moderns.
The battle of the ancients and moderns has always, of course, been a battle over the literary canon and the process of
Victorian Verse (1987), edited by Christopher Ricks, greets the Arnold centenary by according him fewer pages than it gives to William Barnes, Lewis Carroll, and John Gray, and far fewer pages than it gives to Arthur Hugh Clough. Ricks's sin of omission was anticipated by Peter M. Sacks. Sacks's recent, very well received work on The English Elegy finds no place for Arnold. In "Thyrsis," Matthew Arnold, a dogged proponent, if not consistent practitioner, of invigorating poetry, tried to deal with problems similar
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, tua sum nova praeda, Cupido;
porrigimus victas ad tua iura manus. Ovid Amores 1.2
3. i) By referring closely to the two poems above, compare the purpose and style of Catullus and Ovid as well as their use of language and literary devices.
Carmen 76 and Amores 1.2 showcase the differences between Catullus’ and Ovid’s approach to love elegy. Catullus creates an image of love as a noble and serious pact in order to portray his sincere passions and bitterness. On the other hand, Ovid treats love as an intellectual exercise and mere subject matter for his true passion, love elegy.
From the outset, Catullus aims to emphasise the fides of love as a sincere and significant
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Crime fiction - essay
Basically crime fiction is the literary genre that fictionalizes crimes including a possible detection, a number of criminals and naturally their motives. Often there is a certain structure which crime fiction stories follow. First there is a crime which usually is a murder. Afterwards there is the investigation of the crime and to end with an outcome of the happening which often is the criminals’ arrest or in some scenarios their death. In many cases there is a puzzle which has to be solved by the investigator/detective but also the readers we will try to find a solution to the crime. This makes it more interesting to read as we were born with an urge to know the
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that is one of the many things which make the interpretation of poetry such a diverse subject. As stated in the opening paragraph, the boundaries between the various genres of poetry are quite loose, and poets often use elements of several categories when creating their poem. In my opinion, “As I Walked Out One Evening” is a literary ballad, with elements of the dramatic (namely dialogue), and a clear influence of the sonnets dualistic division of content and concluding couplet. Auden has utilized portions of each genre when sculpting his poem, narrative, dramatic and lyric, proving that each form play an essential role in the creation of a work of poetry, regardless of the genre it might be classified as on completion.
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‘The tone says life is fun. The undertone suggests life is a catastrophe’. To what extent do you think Eric Bentley’s comment about the dramatic genre of comedy is relevant to Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest?
The philosopher and literary critic Sigmund Freud agreed with Bentley’s statement on the dramatic genre of comedy, agreeing that ‘every joke contains an element of seriousness; a joke is never just a joke’. Wilde uses many aspects of comedy to back this opinion.
The character of Lady Bracknell was created as a comic tool by Wilde to generate fun for the audience; her dialogue is essentially a way of creating humour, despite her domineering nature which is made
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An essay has been defined in a variety of ways. One definition is a "prose composition with a focused subject of discussion" or a "long, systematic discourse". It is difficult to define the genre into which essays fall. Aldous Huxley, a leading essayist, gives guidance on the subject. He notes that "the essay is a literary device for saying almost everything about almost anything", and adds that "by tradition, almost by definition, the essay is a short piece". Furthermore, Huxley argues that "essays belong to a literary species whose extreme variability can be studied most effectively within a three-poled frame of reference". These three poles (or worlds in which the essay may
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simultaneously contributing to the sustained interest and overall development of the novel form. There were others like Fanny Burnley with The Old Manor House (1793), Mrs. Ann Radcliffe with her gothic novel, The Mysteries of Udolpho (1794) and Maria Edgeworth with Castle Rackrent (1800). Of these, Maria Edgeworth probably occupied first importance because her novel was published at the turn of the century. Essentially a didactic writer, she had the ability to create round characters and tended to dramatise them. In Castle Rackrent, written in the first person, we are aware for the first time of the uniqueness of her contribution to the nineteenth century novel. In literary circles it is
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-classicism (formal harmony, rationalism) and movement towards irrationalism, vitalism, imagination, genius of the individual. • S.T. Coleridge: (1772-1834): fancy v. imagination • Contact with other cultures: increase in translation (incl. literary criticism) • Translation of Shakespeare (into German 1797-1833) by August Wilhelm Schlegel (1767-1845) and Ludwig Tieck (1773-1853) • Translation of Dante’s Divine Comedy into German (Schlegel) and English (Francis Cary, 1772-1844)
• Translated literature exerted seminal influence on SL • Translation = work of creative genius or mechanical process • Archaism: Friedrich Schleiermacher (1768-1834), Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881), William Morris (1834
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the terrifying novel The Exorcist. The real trend, however, is for the good whodunnit, because the acts of violence are no more than pegs on which to hang intellectual solutions. Violence is never dwelt on for its own sake. This is the popular Agatha Christie genre, followed by dozens of other writers, some highly gifted, such as Georges Simenon.
There are, among many others, three genres which in the 20th century have had a great following. The outward-bound adventure thriller, represented by Alistair MacLean and Hammond Innes; the spectrum of spy mysteries, based on the machinations of MI6, the KGB and the CIA, John LeCarre being a very able exponent, and a whole group of modern novels
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country, usually in Central or Eastern Europe, such as the Ruritania that gave the genre its name. Anthony Hope, an English novelist , wrote a popular romantic tale called ‘The Prisoned of Zenda’ about that imaginary country, Ruritania where imaginary lands , gorgeous dress , aristrocatic lifestyle etc. were used and thereafter it was fashion. In ‘ Arms and yhe Man’ though shaw has used actual place, Bulgaria the other things were based on imagination and were like Ruritarian Tales.
Q.6. Arms and the Man is a drama of conversation.
Ans: Shaw with his eloquence tries to pen-picturise the ineffectivity of the traditional concept of love and war.With prolonged conversation , argument
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hears the “slight rustle” which repeated throughout the novel becomes associated with the approach or departure of ghost of Jennet Humfrye. Using words like rustle (onomatopoeia) is literary device ideal for Hill as using such vivid language appeals to the five senses. The sound suggests the movement of fabric, crucially the movement of the apparition’s clothes, however rustle implies an element of subtlety, hence the apparition is slight and not obvious, and for Kipps to hear this sound also presents the silence of the church during the funeral’s procession, also adding to the ominousness of the atmosphere. When Hill uses the word rustle, the word itself sounds like the sound it’s
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The Book Of Matthews
April 29, 2015
The gospel according to Matthew is one of the four canonical gospels, one of the three synoptic gospels, and the first book of the New Testament. The book of Matthew basically tells how the Messiah, Jesus Christ, rejected by Israel, finally sends the disciples to preach his gospel to the world. It does not so much indicate a literary genre but characterizes the contents of the book: good news about Jesus Christ. The book of Matthew may be considered a Midrash theological interpretation on the gospel of Mark. Matthew, whose name means “gift of the Lord,” was a tax collector who left his work to
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Analysis “The man of Destiny”
The text under analysis is entitled “The man of Destiny”, written by a prominent playwright George Bernard Shaw. George Bernard Shaw was born in 26th of July in 1856 in a middle class family in Dublin. He was the second (after Shakespeare) the most popular play writer in the English theatre. His first profitable writing was music and literary criticism, in which capacity he wrote many highly articulate pieces of journalism. Nearly all his writings address prevailing social problems, but have a vein of comedy which makes their stark themes more palatable. Besides, he
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syntactical constructions in which a given sentence, phrase or word are used while lexical context refers to concrete lexical items, words, idioms in which
context the given item can occur. Context plays and important role in cases of ambiguity and polyvalence. There are cases in which the wider context doesnâ€™t contain any sign about the use of polysemantic item. Then reference is being made to the extralinguistic situation. By situation we have in mind the situation of communication, the topic of communication and the participants in the communication. 19. Translation and genre. Literary translation. In the process of the literary translation licence has been given to allow translators