Both literary works showed how a person did a wrong thing and it has caught up to him/her. People should think before they do something because if they don’t it can have a negative impact on them. Generally the critical lens is and both literary works support that
These “stream of consciousness” narratives are not in place only to convey the depth of their pain, but also a way in which the author can communicate their personal experiences and find closure from the happenings that have damaged their souls and changed their interpretation of humanity. Both of these stories convey my thesis that; whichever end of war you are on, delivering or receiving, the only thing that you can guarantee is pain and change. Uncertainty only lies with how an individual copes with them. The following essay will analyze and compare how the protagonists of each story convey and effectively communicate their grief. The first aspect that I would like to discuss is that of the plot within “The Rite” and “The Man I Killed”.
And so did Mary Ann.” (97). The text also talks about the importance of flow in storytelling by describing how Kiley tended to interrupt the flow of his stories with commentary and questions. Mitchell Sanders told Kiley that “that just breaks the spell. It destroys the magic. What you have to do is trust your own story.
Addie's genuine character as a living human will be a mystery; a few may view her as someone who was playing with the devil and others might see her as someone with admiration because she was one to believe that actions speak louder than words. The different characters throughout the novel and the difficulty stream-of-consciousness method all work together to create a novel that is open-ended and a matter of understanding. There is no intent truth to the narrative any more than there is any ideal certainty to the events that happen in it. The way that Faulkner uses the multiple narrators serves the purpose of trying to figure out what is the truth of these events that took place throughout the story and this is what makes this novel such a success. Faulkner desires to enchant his audience and grasp their mind.
John Steinbeck once said “ It is the responsibility of the writer to expose our many grievous faults and failures and to hold up the light our dark and dangerous dreams, for the purpose of improvement”. In different types of literature authors show the faults of characters to help us realize the mistakes of the past. One must agree that it is our responsibility to improve our own lives by these mistakes. The Crucible by Arthur Miller and A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry both prove this quote. In The Crucible, Arthur Miller uses characterization to point out a man’s faults and failures.
The plot in Gatsby is thin. The really important action is internal, found within the hearts of Gatsby and Nick. However all these deeply wrong events seem so justified; this is because they are told through the eyes of Nick, our limited narrator. We learn about these events through his own judgmental eyes, and yet it is through Nick that we see the emotional connection between the events and the people that they involve. The events may seem sordid to some people but the way they are written may make others see them in a better way.
Not only does it point out the natural inclination of people to feel pain as a ripple effect rather than all at once, it foreshadows the suffering that Hester and Arthur Dimmesdale will undergo throughout the course of the novel. It also explains how Hester is able to handle such terrible things as public shaming without crumbling into herself. His use of words such as torture, rankles and extremity increase the sense of drama in this passage. Chapter 4 “The Interview” Page 30 “We have wronged each other,” answered he. “Mine was the first wrong, when I betrayed thy budding youth into a false and unnatural relation with my decay.
Huck is closest related to Montag because of the way that they want to break away from society and learn things on their own. Captain Beatty is like Miss Watson because they are both a hypocritical part of these two novels. There are other like character but the similarities are minor and thus might just be coincidental. But the aforementioned characters also stand as symbols for ideas. Huck and Montag stand for freedom and self-reliance because they search for what is right within themselves and not what the rest do.
Mythology is often the spotlight of the focus of many poems, and it is approached differently by each author. Anne Stevenson’s “Eros” and Robert Bridges’ “EPΩ∑” are two such works that depict the role of Eros, the Greek god of love, and stress the hardships he endures. However, they differ strongly in the way the information is elicited, the speaker and their basic writing styles. Common to both works is the tone, leading the reader to have sympathy for the god who suffers disconsolately. As both poems state, this is because his accomplishments are often overlooked even when the results are present.
The moral of this is that when you are trying to avoid something you hate be careful not to become what you actually hate. Sometimes we become something we are trying to stay away from probably because we are so obsessed with revenge or staying above that person, other times because we are so obsessed with revenge with turn into the person who hurt us. This movie helped me realize that the only way we can help the situation is by acting in the opposite spirit. As it was mentioned in the introduction in most cases the forgiveness is the key even though it doesn’t seems like it would help us in a situation when we’ve been hurt by someone. As Marcus Aurelius wrote: “The best revenge is to be unlike him who performed the