dramaRiders of the Sea there are several interesting literaryelements throughout. The scene is set in a cottage in an island off western Ireland, where an older woman, Maurya, and her daughters are mourning the anticipated news of her son’s death. The author’s use of literaryelements in this...
. Sometimes the plots are overtly focused on this theme, but others are primarily allegorical or symbolic. Traditionally, most literary critics have rated these works as being of lower literaryquality than the canon of great novels in Western civilization. Examples include Bodie Thoen's In My Father's House...
that it was encouraging people to oppose the Nazi regime (in particular, its subversion and distortion of Christian beliefs).
WhatMakes Murder in the Cathedral A Poetic Drama?
Well, Murder in the Cathedral is written in verse, and is meant to be performed aloud rather than read in silence. Some...
unfolds? What is the reason for the shift in power? What is the result?
17. Discuss the symbols that can be found in the novel. What larger ideas are represented by
the conch, the fire, the beast, the sea, Jack’s mask, Piggy’s glasses, the butterflies, and the
tide? What other items in the...
plan what you will
write. Brainstorm or list ideas and thoughts, but do not outline. Outlining wastes
time. What you want to do is analyze the passage. List how each literaryelement
enhances the communication in the passage. Make another list of examples and
supporting evidence from the passage...
“Whale Rider”is a contemporary re-telling of the 1000-year-old legend about legendary first ancestor named Paikea. This film combines elements of history, traditions, depicting them from the point of view of a child, that sees the world not in black and white terms. On the other hand, it is a drama...
Riders to the Sea presents Cathleen and Nora as important choric charactersm Comment on choric characters in Riders to the Sea by Synge
One of the fundamental aspects of the classical Greek tragedy is the chorus. The chorus is a part of the traditional origin of the Greek drama...
The psychology of this seen is as convincing as its form . Christ has no money with which to pay the
tax. According to ancient scriptures ,He tells saint Peter through both word and gesture- to go to the
sea of Galilee, where he will find the money in the mouth of a fish. saint...
this way, five line stanzas, for example, are rhymed ABCCB, often with an internal rhyme in the first line, or ABAAB, without the internal rhyme.
With the elements and techniques that Coleridge uses to make the poem work, a limited number of actions and images dominate the entire poem and...
Discuss the pictorial qualities of Tennyson’s poem Lotos Eater.
Tennyson is in no way inferior to Keats in the treatment of sensuousness in his poem
What kind of the philosophy of life does the Choric Song in Lotos Eaters present.
Recount in your own...
with fear and others embraced the progress, this essay will guide a reader through an important era in English literary history and introduce with the voices that influenced its shape and development.
It was the novel that was the leading form of literature in the 19th century England. The term...
person omniscient Narrator
Or the Eye of God
4.GENRES / BRANCHES OF LITERATURE CONTINUATION
a. What is prose: types and elements
b. What is drama? Types and elements
c. What is poetry? Types and elements
5.LITERARY TECHNIQUES AND STYLE
a. flashback, sons / chorus(es) dances
literary genre was inspired by real stories of archaeological discoveries by imperial adventurers. H. Rider Haggard wrote one of the earliest examples, King Solomon's Mines, in 1885. Contemporary European politics and diplomatic manoeuvrings informed Anthony Hope's swashbuckling Ruritanian adventure novel...
discuss the relationship between literary or dramatic works and historical processes. It is absolutely true that literature does not necessarily reflect or predict the political or historical trends, for the extremely complicated and various factors to make history and its events happen. On the...
Riders to the Sea: The Unseen Character
Throughout literature there are numerous examples of characters that are mentioned in the work and yet never actually make an appearance onstage or in the book; famous examples include Godot in Waiting for Godot, or Sauron from the Lord of the Rings. These...
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Forms of Poetry and Literary Terms
How do you define a couplet or a Falling Meter? And what exactly is an Iambic pentameter? We have provided a definition of poetry and literary terms together with the meaning and examples...
A Glossary of Literary Devices
A symbolic narrative in which the surface details imply a secondary meaning. Allegory often takes the form of a story in which the characters represent moral qualities. The most famous example in English is John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, in which the...
This study is anchored on the study of concept of Semi (1993) on Psychological Analysis, and Oldham’s (1984) concept on Personality Type.
Semi (1993), stressed that psychological analysis is an analysis on the basis of assumptions that literary works always discuss about incident or...
comedy: drama, novel, genre film--farce, comedia del arte: stock plot/characters (old man, girl, trickster, dupe), slapstick
irony, satire, allegory, parody, self-reflexive art
irony makes visible a contrast between appearance and reality, between what is & what seems to be, what...
: attribution of personal qualities; especially : representation of a thing or abstraction as a person or by the human form
2: a divinity or imaginary being representing a thing or abstraction
3: embodiment, incarnation
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