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The Song of Roland
Aug 3, 2017
The Song of Roland
The Song of Roland belongs to the epic poems of medieval French literature and brightly represents French folk heroic epos. The authorship is considered to belong to a poet of genius called Turold, and the issue of the poem’s origins stays unsolved to this day. The chronological frames in which the manuscript appeared are estimated to float between 1040 and 1115.
The main events of the poem take place during Charlemagne’s conquest of Spain and fighting with Muslims there. There is the only city that left standing is Saragossa headed by the king Marsilla.
The Abbasid Caliphate
Aug 3, 2017
The Abbasid Caliphate
The Abbasid caliphate (or the Bagdad caliphate) is a feudalistic theocratic state which existed from 750 to 1258 with the ruling dynasty of Abbasids. The state included the territory of modern Arabic countries...
Social Сriticism
Aug 3, 2017
Social Сriticism
Social criticism as a method of analysis studies texts in order to reveal how literary texts relate to social phenomena, ways to inscribe history into literary space. I would like to compare two novels from the point of view of sociocriticism, namely “The Loons” by Margaret Lawrence and “Medicine River” by Thomas King
Socrates vs. Confucius
Aug 3, 2017
Socrates vs. Confucius
The prominent Greek philosopher Socrates and the great teacher of the Chinese nation Confucius tried to solve the same issue fostered by the life itself – they endeavored to find a means to get over turmoil...
Destiny and Desire
Aug 3, 2017
Destiny and Desire
Carlos Fuentes was a prominent figure in Mexican literature and in literature on the whole. He was an artist of great talent, a word-painter on the large scale, the author of more than twenty novels, including "The Buried Mirror", "The Old Gringo,"...
Death Penalty
Aug 3, 2017
Death Penalty
Nowadays death penalty is often called capital punishment whereas a criminal is being executed on legal governmental basis. This action is treated as a punishment for a crime and is regarded as the most severe penalty.
 The Power of Words
Aug 3, 2017
The Power of Words
One can hardly deny that our language may be quite ambiguous, may sound vague and metaphorical speech can often be misunderstood. Same words in different combinations may convey different sense and sometimes the initial meaning of the phrase can...
An Essay on "A Good Man is Hard to Find"
Aug 3, 2017
An Essay on "A Good Man is Hard to Find"
Flannery O’Connor is a writer of standing reputation, especially for American audience. As a representative of southern Gothiс, a unique American sub-genre of Gothic fiction, she was exceedingly prone to grotesque elements in her works and using foreshadowing as her peculiar technique
Truman Show Analysis
Aug 3, 2017
Truman Show Analysis
All the people think that they live exactly in the way they want to live. Everyone considers him\herself to be special, not like the others. But everyone knows, though at the bottom of the heart, that it is not true.Try to imagine that your life is a good plot, a big show.
American Influence in the World War I
Jul 31, 2017
American Influence in the World War I
As the First World War began, America chose to safeguard neutrality, and there were reasons for such policy. First of all, according to the Monroe Doctrine, United States were to be in charge of the Western Hemisphere only in its foreign policy.