Date of publication: 2017-08-24 22:26
8775 Half a league, half a league,
Half a league onward,
All in the valley of Death
Rode the six hundred.
8766 Forward, the Light Brigade!
Charge for the guns! 8767 he said:
Into the valley of Death
Rode the six hundred. 8776
Revenge is another recurrent theme found in many popular literary works. A character comes across certain circumstances that make him aware of his need for revenge. The outcome of his action is often bitter, but sometimes they may end up being satisfied. Examples are:
8775 Whenever you feel like criticizing any one, 8776 he told me, 8775 just remember that all the people in this world haven 8767 t had the advantages that you 8767 ve had. 8776
6. Choose the correct conflict definition from the following statements:
A. Two people who are angry at each other.
B. One character who is in the right and the other character who is in the wrong.
C. Obstacles that need to be overcome and/or competing desires.
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Answer: C is the correct answer.
Arthur Miller’s play Death of a Salesman is a tragedy in that all of the main characters are deluding themselves about reality. Willy is the eponymous salesman, and patriarch of the Loman family. He and his wife are under the delusion that he is a well-liked and successful salesman and that his company is glad to have him. Unfortunately, when Willy tries to get a job promotion he is instead fired. While there are external conflicts in how Willy is treated, the main conflict is between Willy and the delusions he has. This comes out even more starkly when he begins to hallucinate and talk to himself. As is foreshadowed in the title, Willy cannot overcome his conflict with himself and commits suicide, believing that this is the only way he can lessen the burden on his family.
This conflict worksheet directs the student to write how each type of conflict functions within a given text. The student must first read the given text. After reading, the student must write how each type of conflict functions in the reading. The four types of conflict they must learn are person vs. person, person vs. society, person vs. nature, and person vs. self. They will learn how the four kinds of conflict relate to the given reading.
This conflict worksheet instructs the student to write an example of person vs. society conflict from the text. The student must first give the person vs. society conflict example. Next, they need to find a line from the text that supports it. Lastly, they need to draw a picture of the conflict to create a visual image.
The theme of war has been explored in literature since ancient times. literary woks utilizing this theme may either glorify or criticize the idea of war. Most recent literary works portray war as a curse for humanity, due to the suffering it inflicts. Some famous examples include:
Margot’s call up to report for work duty speeds up plans to go into hiding in Otto’s business premises. His employees are responsible for the family’s and their friends’ well being in the secret annex. Allied gains give those in hiding hope of liberation.
Hitler comes to power. Otto and Edith Frank are convinced that they will be safe in Amsterdam from the antisemitism in Nazi Germany. Otto establishes his business, the children go to school, life resumes a normality as Europe rumbles towards war.
K. Irony : Does the author employ irony ? Is it used in specific instances, or is it revealed at the end of the narrative? What is the effect on the theme and you, the reader?
The British have landed in Naples. Northern Italy is occupied by the Germans. The truce was signed on Friday, September 8rd, the day the British landed in Italy.
It is important not to confuse a theme of a literary work with its subject. Subject is a topic that acts as a foundation for a literary work, while a theme is an opinion expressed on the subject. For example, a writer may choose a subject of war for his story, and the theme may be his personal opinion that war is a curse for humanity. Usually, it is up to the readers to explore the theme of a literary work by analyzing characters, plot, and other literary devices.
Much of the dramatic action in Othello hinges on the jealousy that Othello feels toward his wife, Desdemona. In this excerpt, Othello’s best friend, Iago, warns him of being jealous (the metaphor of jealously as a green-eyed monster is such a famous quote that it created the idea that a person could be “green with envy”). Ironically, Iago is the one who creates this jealousy and feeds it.