Life Is Not Futile If You Are Not Macbeth: You Have More Than One Chance on the SAT


Although Macbeth is not exactly an idol for the ages, given that he committed murder in a crazed pursuit of power, he certainly does have some notable words to impart through the illustrious voice of Shakespeare. Catch this monologue: To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day To the last syllable of recorded time, And all our yesterdays have lighted fools The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle!
The Allure of Wealth in The Great Gatsby:
The vast majority of popular literature has long revolved around the lives of the rich and powerful. Until recently (the last couple of centuries or so), it was almost exclusively just that. Books and plays about kings and queens, princes and princesses, knights, wizards, famous warriors and a litany of gods and supernatural beings.
A Feminist Criticism Perspective: Hester Prynne and Nora Helmer:
A comparison between the major characters of "The Scarlet Letter" and "A Doll's House" namely Hester Prynne and Nora Helmer is the central focus of this article to analyze them deeply and systematically on the basis of feminist criticism. It focuses on analyzing gender inequality and the promotion of women's rights, interests, and issues.
Strange Pilgrims by Gabriel Garcia Marquez:
Five years after securing my very own copy of GG Marquez's Chronicles Of A Death Foretold, I finally get to read Strange Pilgrims. I have been on a hunt for this ever since! Even if it is in epub, still, I can't pass up the opportunity of looking at the world and travel through how GG Marquez tells it-in consistent, nostalgic voice all throughout.
Imperialism and Patriarchy in the Poems of John Donne:
An analysis of the twin themes of imperialism and patriarchy in the poems of John Donne. This article explores all the nuances of his poems.
Joris-Karl Huysmans: Against Nature - A Review of the Literature:
Huysmans', Against Nature, is novel written in Decadent aesthetics and is inspired by many other Decadent authors, like Baudelaire. Huysmans develops a character called Des Esseintes whom has characteristics of a solitary nervous person that reflects on living alone in his house of artifacts.
What Color Is Purple, Red or Blue - A Discussion of Moral Absolutes in Philosophy Considered:
As one who deplores the concept of perception based arguments and is always working very hard to try to find a black-and-white morality of situations and things that I encounter in my life, I've also come to understand the challenges with the concept of moral absolutes. Religions are filled with them, and they can be quite challenging, contradictory, and problematic. Especially when it comes to a God or gods causing havoc and natural disasters amongst people who they are supposed to love, created in their image, and from a God or gods which is supposed to be an all-loving being.
Review Of Darkness At Noon - By Arthur Koestler:
Darkness at Noon is a tragedy that is deservedly celebrated as one of the greatest works of historical fiction. The quality of the dialogue, the elegance of language, the presentation of the characters, the succession of events and the plot all serve to fill the mind with a mixture of expectation, sadness and outrage.
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