‘My Place’ by Sally Morgan

– Area of study: Inner Journey – Explore the ways in which the text depicts journeys of the mind and spirit. Inner journeys involve the exploration of the self, as individuals review their growth and development in the light of experiences which challenge and inspire them. – An inner journey can be defined as a […]

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Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba

Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936) belongs to that class of Spanish poets and artists (e. g. , Dali, Picasso) that came to prominence in the inter-war period. If their antecedents in the latter years of the 19th century retain a sometimes wry perspective of the human condition – Ibsen plays, even in their darkest moments, retain […]

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Kingston’s presentation of the relationship between gender

The focus of Maxine Hong Kingston’s autobiography The Woman Warrior is the talk-stories of females who have affected her life and identity in some way. A rich amalgam of Chinese heritage, legends and folktales, the text follows the reality of a woman’s struggle for self identity in migrant America. Kingston finds stifling the stories she […]

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How does the recurring theme in Greene’s fiction

Graham Greene was a prolific writer of the 1930s fiction, a period of chaos and turmoil for the British Empire. The foreground to Greene’s novels was the outer world of politics, espionage, international conflicts, etc. Such a chaotic climate of the times becomes the ‘raison d’etre’ of his work. These crises suppress the innate national […]

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Sex, Shame and Guilt: Reflections on Bernhard Schlink’s der Vorleser

The occasion for this paper was twofold. One had to do with the fact that I happened to read Bernhard Schlink’s Der Vorleser (The Reader) (1995) and J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace (1999) in close proximity to each other. This, in itself, is not particularly remarkable because the novels themselves were published within a few years […]

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The opening of AWIL has a very style than ‘Dracula’

The opening of AWIL has a very style than ‘Dracula’ as it starts with a calm, slow and romantic music. Compared to Dracula the music is absolutely differs in many ways like tempo. Dracula start starts of violently, scary and raw. And we know that this is completely different. AWIL is classic horror film but […]

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A Fortunate Life

1. A Fortunate Life composed by A.B Facey is a reflection of a lifetime that most would hope to forget. In complete contrast Piano a poem written by D.H. Lawrence reveals the composers joyful emotions when remembering his childhood. What both texts represent is the concept that without memory the individual could not progress. A […]

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Religion in Early America

“I cannot but take notice, how at another time I could not bear to be in the room where any dead person was, but now the case is changed; I must and could lie down by my dead babe, side by side all the night after. I have thought since of the wonderful goodness of […]

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Luis Bunuel

Bunuel’s career was the one of constant search for artistic freedom. The first two films Un Chien Andalou and L’Age D’O were shot in the surrealist spirit. The first one was backed by Bunuel’s mother, while the second sponsored by aristocratic family. (My Last Breath). Bunuel’s carrer had always been influenced by scandals his own […]

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Analysis of realism in film “Bowling for Columbine”

Many people may say that the film “Bowling for Columbine” by “Michael Moore” told them many things that they didn’t know about America today. If you were to watch the film without looking at it closely this would be true. But going underneath the narrative it reveals that there is insufficient evidence in most cases […]

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