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The Tragedy of Othello by William Shakespeare
Sep 11, 2019
The Tragedy of Othello by William Shakespeare
Othello (The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice) is a play by William Shakespeare written approximately 1604. The source of it is a work Un Capitano Moro (“A Moorish Captain”) by Cinthio published in 1565.
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The Ghost Sonata for the Intimate Theatre
Jul 24, 2019
The Ghost Sonata for the Intimate Theatre
The Ghost Sonata is a play written by August Strindberg in 1907 as a part of five chamber plays cycle for the Intimate Theatre he created.
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Problem of Fathers and Sons
Jul 19, 2019
Problem of Fathers and Sons
As we all know, parents and children are the closest people in the world, but sometimes they behave like complete strangers. The problem between them arises because children are adherent of new attitudes, ideologies, and parents are usually conservative and have completely opposite views.
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Recollection in Plato’s “Meno”
Jun 27, 2019
Recollection in Plato’s “Meno”
The prominent Plato’s teaching on recollection was first set out in the dialogue “Meno”. Here, it is demonstrated in a famous experiment with a boy who learned geometry in a dialogue with Socrates.
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The Relevance of the Novella “Heart of Darkness” by J. Conrad to Nowadays World
Jun 18, 2019
The Relevance of the Novella “Heart of Darkness” by J. Conrad to Nowadays World
There are a lot of prominent and considerable books in British literature. A lot of them reveal the problems of mankind. Nevertheless, not all of them can present important problems, which remains significant for the next generation.
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 Shakespeare’s "Macbeth" and the Human Desire for Power
Jun 4, 2019
Shakespeare’s "Macbeth" and the Human Desire for Power
Macbeth is probably the only play ascribed to William Shakespeare which exalts evil above good. However, the playwright’s aim was not to create a piece of writing that would attest that evil is pervasive and that it always prevails over goodness.
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Role of a woman in Livius “The History of Rome”
May 24, 2019
Role of a woman in Livius “The History of Rome”
Titius Livius is a Roman historian, his work “The History of Rome” is a significant text that shows the story of Rome from the very beginning. Titius was writing it to his last breath, in general, all 142 books number 8 thousand pages.
The analysis of “Supermarket in California” by Allen Ginsberg
May 22, 2019
The analysis of “Supermarket in California” by Allen Ginsberg
"Supermarket in California" by Allen Ginsberg is a story inside a story, and then in another story, and all this is clothed in a poem. First of all, the author gives the reader a very clear idea of his state and mood, by which he means his lyrical hero.
“The Tempest”: Colonial Discourse
May 3, 2019
“The Tempest”: Colonial Discourse
Colonialism was an actual problem in the days of Shakespeare; therefore, Prospero and Caliban in the play “The Tempest” reflect largely the ideas of the power of colonialism
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Fantastic discourses and dreams of utopia in Late Qing China
Feb 12, 2019
Fantastic discourses and dreams of utopia in Late Qing China
The literature of China appears to be one of the most ancient. Chinese literature is also the largest treasure in the world. Despite all the troubles and difficulties, the Chinese literature managed to preserve and multiply its strength.
Random Family by Adrian Nicole LeBlanc
Mar 25, 2018
Random Family by Adrian Nicole LeBlanc
Reading Random Family by Adrian Nicole LeBlanc I firstly paid attention how narration is organized. It starts with Jessica’s youth and pretty much linearly follow her time-line as she grows up, so reader can see where she had a choice and made a good (or more often, a bad) one. But book’s focused not only on Jessica in these first chapters. Author spreads her telling and writes stories of people, who surround Jessica in her life. That’s what makes book social valuable.
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When the Green Lies over the Earth, Angelina Weld Grimke
Mar 25, 2018
When the Green Lies over the Earth, Angelina Weld Grimke
The poem When the Green Lies over the Earth by Angelina Weld Grimke is an example of intimate lyric with landscape including. The narrator sees the spring coming and everything around is green, new and fresh again, so the desire of love re-births along with the nature, making the narrator long to see her beloved. The poem seems cheerful and full of regrets at the same time, because the narrator feels the beauty of everything arising and blooming in nature, and it touches her deeply but the beauty of the nature reminds the beauty of the beloved person which is no longer here.
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Maya Angelou's "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"
Mar 25, 2018
Maya Angelou's "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"
It’s hard to perceive Maya Angelou's I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings novel without constant reminding somewhere on the backyard of my consciousness that I’m reading a true story, autobiography of a great woman from the 20th century whose fate is already a fascinating novel by itself. But what I really wanted from this reading was to perceive it as a piece of art as pure as possible. We know a lot about Maya Angelou, the public person. In memories, the author opens his intimate characteristics, hidden parts of personality and reveals his talent in sensing beauty. So mostly I’m going to talk about Maya Angelou, the author.
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Ella Minnow Pea
Mar 4, 2018
Ella Minnow Pea
“For instead of the calendrical terms Monday, Tuesday and so forth, we cheerfully offer the following surrogates. Use them freely and often, for their use honors us all.
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Paradise Lost, Book III. Thinking of God
Mar 3, 2018
Paradise Lost, Book III. Thinking of God
If we agree with common thought of literature critics about artist’s being in all characters of his masterpiece at ones, then to figure out about John Milton’s image of God in “Paradise Lost” we first should figure out about Milton’s God.
Milton’s well known as Protestant and rather radical one. During English Civil War, which was not least of all religious, he joined the Puritans and bordered on Oliver Cromwell in his goals and methods. And nevertheless to the end of War Milton had become disappointed in Cromwell’s politic and methods and had a serious argues with Puritans about moral views, Milton stayed a confirmed Protestant.
Maria Callas
Mar 2, 2018
Maria Callas
There she stands on the stage: a slender airy-fairy woman vested in a beautiful long dress and a draping covering her tender shoulders.
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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,"...
Good Man is Hard to Find
Aug 3, 2017
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