Home » literature and language » Archive for the ‘american literature’ Category (Page 5)
Sort by:

White Teeth

March 22, 2016 | Author: | Posted in american literature, literature and language

White Teeth ‘ by Zadie Smith In the novel White Teeth ‘ Zadie Smith depicts modern society , its values and traditions , hopes and everyday life . This novel is full of different symbols which help to unveil the message of the story and force readers to interpret events and behavior of the characters …

Comments Off on White Teeth

comparison/contrast of `the lottery` and `the judges wife`

March 22, 2016 | Author: | Posted in american literature, literature and language

p Themes and Viewpoint in The Lottery ‘ and The Judge ‘s Wife Name Date Course Professor Semester The Lottery ‘ by Shirley Jackson and The Judge ‘s Wife ‘ by Isabel Allende are both stories which have become standards in short fiction and continue to inspire authors , readers , and students . While …

Comments Off on comparison/contrast of `the lottery` and `the judges wife`

Alice Munro`s `Boys and Girsl`

March 22, 2016 | Author: | Posted in american literature, literature and language

p Gender and Realization in Boys and Girls ‘ by Alice Munro Gender Roles and stereotyping are two prominent themes in literature However , for families living on a farm during a time when everyone worried about money , differences between boys and girls were more practical than society . This differentiation is exhibited in …

Comments Off on Alice Munro`s `Boys and Girsl`

THE USE OF IRONY IN `THE LOTTERY`

March 22, 2016 | Author: | Posted in american literature, literature and language

p The Role of Irony in Shirley Jackson ‘s The Lottery Name Date Course Professor Semester The Lottery ‘ by Shirley Jackson is a depiction of a small town and it ‘s annual lottery . Villagers congregate in the village square and there is a great deal of excitement over the day ‘s events . …

Comments Off on THE USE OF IRONY IN `THE LOTTERY`

Compare & Contrast

March 22, 2016 | Author: | Posted in american literature, literature and language

The three artists , David Bradley , Richard Ray Whitman and Nikki S . Lee produce images that depict traditional minorities in situations that somehow draw them into the main stream culture created primarily by Americans of European descent . In their respective works Native American Gothic , States of Pervasive Indifference , and The …

Comments Off on Compare & Contrast

question and answer

March 22, 2016 | Author: | Posted in american literature, literature and language

Part 1 The mind is a powerful tool and it can be trained to think more efficiently and be error free . However , our cognitive abilities are limited by the circumstances in each problem set that we encounter Experts have the ability to process information more efficiently than non-experts because they already have knowledge …

Comments Off on question and answer

Essay about Sister Souljah’s novel,The Coldest Winter Ever

March 22, 2016 | Author: | Posted in american literature, literature and language

The Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Souljah Sister Souljah ‘s book The Coldest Winter Ever (2004 ) opened the door to the readers to a well-known world , which only a few people has the guts to write about . Most importantly , this book became extremely popular to teenagers and young adults because it …

Comments Off on Essay about Sister Souljah’s novel,The Coldest Winter Ever

Tom Delay

March 21, 2016 | Author: | Posted in american literature, literature and language

Tom DeLay : A Crook or Not a Crook 2006 The single most effective member of the congressional majority is bound to be the top target of the political minority . When he is as aggressive and creative as Majority Leader Tom “The Hammer ” DeLay , his frustrated enemies are as aggressively creative in …

Comments Off on Tom Delay

poetry

March 21, 2016 | Author: | Posted in american literature, literature and language

A Play of Poets [AUTHOR] [COURSE] [INSTRUCTOR] [9 JULY 2006] A Play of Poets Characters Student Librarian Poet : Frost Poet : HD Poet : Stevens Poet : Bishop Introduction (A light appears on stage to reveal a female Librarian sitting at the help desk . She looks up at audience and smiles LIBRARIAN : …

Comments Off on poetry

“The Red Convertible.”

March 21, 2016 | Author: | Posted in american literature, literature and language

Loss of Innocence in Louise Erdrich ‘s The Red Convertible In Louise Erdrich ‘s The Red Convertible , Henry and Lyman , the two main characters , begin in the story as happy-go-lucky young men . However they both experience some significant changes in their lives that change their outlook and replaces their innocence with …

Comments Off on “The Red Convertible.”