This article will analyze the claim that the play, Endgame, by Samuel Beckett, reflects a post-apocalyptic narrative, shown through the decaying characters and catastrophic environment while analyzing the motif of chess in the play, and demonstrate how the game of chess is intrinsically connected...
Charles Dickens was a prolific and celebrated Victorian author. His novels, including "Great Expectations," "Oliver Twist," and "A Christmas Carol" have been enjoyed, studied, and adapted again and again for decades.
Sonnet 18 is regarded as one of the masterpieces of William Shakespeare. It is a sonnet, which has received massive appreciation from the critics with regard to its structure and theme. It is a part of Procreation Sonnets, which includes sonnets from 1 to 126.
This essay will analyze the poems "The Chimney Sweeper" and "London" through their form, message and comparison to other works by William Blake.
On Sunday, May 22, 2011, late in the afternoon a catastrophic EF5 multiple-vortex tornado strikes Joplin, Missouri. An elderly grandfather returns to the site where he and his family once lived.
Even as a child, Jane Eyre defied the conventional standards that governed how people of her age, gender, and social status should behave. The stifling forces that Jane faces as a child shape her identity as a woman later in the novel.
Words of Wisdom by William Shakespeare from which we all can learn.
Tragic Hero Definition & Characteristics: A tragic hero is a type of character in a play, who makes an error, while judging the situation, which leads to his downfall.
Chaucer’s Contribution to English Language & Literature is of paramount importance in the history of English literature. It was Chaucer who transformed English into a full fledged language.
Peter Brook writes of a type of theatre today that attempts to imitate reality and fails at it. He calls this the “Dead Theatre.” This type of theatre distracts the reader from seeing the playwright’s overall message: “It is not as though fifty years ago one type of theatre was in vogue...