Literary plan

Chapter 10: Never Stand Next to the Hero In the novel, The Handmaid’s Tale, Offred often thinks about before everything happened as well as when she was at the center where they were trained as handmaids, and one person, besides her husband and daughter, who is often referenced is Moira. Shortly after her character’s introduction, … Read more

Krakauer – Christopher McCandless

In just the first pages of this book, Krakauer introduces our main character, “Alex”, aka Christopher McCandless, through the eyes of Jim Gallien, an Alaskan union electrician. Seeing McCandless hitchhiking along the road, Gallien stops and kindly offers McCandless a ride to wherever he needs to go, which in this case is Denali National Park, … Read more

Sophie’s World Terms Task

The Myths: From the time of Jesus Christ, religious explanations, myths, were handed down from generation to generation. Gaarder explains,“Over the millennia a wild profusion of mythological explanation of philosophical questions spread across the world” (Gaarder 24). By writing letters to Sophie, Gaarder explains and tries to make Sophie understands how the early philosophers thought … Read more

Tragedy in literature

Tragedy is one of the main types of literature.  Tragedy is the form of drama that describing the human suffering. It is not easy genre for perception and causes a lot of debates.   Some people adore tragedy; others do no perceive it at all.  The paper deals with the main characteristics of tragedy and the … Read more

Hanief Kureshi’s “My Son the Fanatic” and Kamila Shamsie’s “Salt and Saffron”

The Clash of Civilizations: Internal Conflict and the Inner alienation of diasporic characters in Hanief Kureshi’s “My Son the Fanatic” and Kamila Shamsie’s “Salt and Saffron” Abstract: This study aims at highlighting the Inner conflict present in the minds of expatriates. This paper also explores the lacking in adapting the new cultures by the Diasporas … Read more

An I For An Eye by LivLaing Bradford

In the piece An I For An Eye by LivLaing Bradford there is asymmetrical balance, organic and biomorphic shapes, and the use of emphasis,subordination, rhythm, and repetition. This piece contains asymmetrical balance because asymmetrical balance is when “The left and right sides are not the same” (Frank 64), so with the use of a human … Read more

Reunion by Fred Uhlman

Appetizer Heroes 1XP I think Konradin von Hohenfelds is the hero in the book. It is hard to explain and understand why I believe he is a hero for the simple reason that he is also a follower of Hitler. Konradin is the son of a very rich and aristicratic family in Germany. The background … Read more

Louie Zamperini

Louie Zamperini, the ‘Torrance Tornado’, led a life full of laughter and compassion before his death in 2014. Within the first forty years of his life, Zamperini traveled and experienced unbelievable events ranging from the Olympics to the starvation of Allied soldiers. His story resides within the novel Unbroken: A World War II Story of … Read more