Literature

American Literature during the Colonial Period

Period

 Many authors arose during the colonial period of America with an aim of becoming the society’s image through which they checked into their struggle for liberation. Literature also played a mouthpiece role to which the struggle was talked about in literature to the hearts of many (Ashcroft, Bill, Gareth Griffiths, & Helen Tiffin 45). America relied on its literature through prospecting authors who captured the historic moment that occurred during the colonial period. This has been a practical role of literature in telling historical stories generation after generation. The American literature grew more effectively as a replication of his colonial master whose literature already had a sense of identity, particularly in The English language.

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Literature Workshop

Workshop

 There is no contradiction to the conviction that form and content exists between the two stories of the sisterhood by Steven Millhauser and 2 pure girls by Camille Roy. Although these form and content might be present their relationship is extended by giving a new meaning to the two stories and reality. I have the belief that these two stories are related in the central themes of sisterhood, sexuality and parents of the girls. But along these lines of thoughts, there is a tendency to look at each text differently so as to bring into perspective the forms they depict as they move along. Literature views in terms of genre, imagery, word choice, character development, a plot and so on are evidently depicted in the two stories. For instance, Roy uses the words such as “eyes dry in the skull” to issue an imagery of how torture in prison is evidently visible by those who visit it for the first time during the period of conviction. Thus the central focus of this analytical review will be on how the two stories bring out a new dimension by the way the forms and contents in them relate purposefully.

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British Literature

Literature

 Introduction

 The poems “Paradise Lost” and “Hero and Leander” have taken different views of Milton’s ideas. The two poems seeks out a diverse viewpoints about characters pitiful struggles in achieving their desires and go beyond their limits. However, their desires and knowledge lead the characters to a down fall. In “Hero and Leander” it begins with a young lover (Hero) who is dedicated to serve their goddess Venus (William 33). The quest of their knowledge to chase a great reward turns to dramatic downfall. This paper discuses how divine functions in Milton and Marlow’s poem. The poems remind the reader that although they may have ambitions, they must not let them destroy their entire life.

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Bridge to Terabithia by Paterson

Paterson

 In her book Bridge to Terabithia, Paterson uses the two main characters, Leslie and Jess, to illustrate several key themes in the book. After leading a dull life, Jess finally meets the most adorable person in his life, Leslie, who happens to complement him. Paterson shows how the friendship the two was so strong that after the girl’s death, her concentration and overall lifestyle was distracted. Throughout the narration, three major subjects that Paterson stresses include hero worship, ritual, and fantasy that the author intends the reader to conceptualize.

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