Literature - essays

I Stand Here Ironing by Tillie Olsen

The theme of the literary work is presupposed by an unfavorable time span of American history, namely the Great Depression. The United States was on the verge of taking a new historic turn.


A Chinese Banquet by Kitty Tsui

Introduction In the synthesis of "A Chinese Banquet" by Kitty Tsui, there is depiction of the tribulations of a Chinese...


Clay Walls

The novel, Clay Walls, is written by Ronyoung Kim, who was an American immigrant from Korea. Being a migrant living in A...


Zora Neale Hurston's Narrative Techniques in Their Eyes Were Watching God

Zora Neale Hurston's Narrative Techniques in Their Eyes Were Watching God Zora Neale Hurstons novel Their Eyes Were Watching God has come a long way to public recognition. Published in 1937, it was poorly received and it took forty years and efforts of many people to bring back into mass culture the book that is now known as the defining work in African-American literature.


Analysis of the Story "Ishmael" by Daniel Quinn

The story of Ishmael contains reflections on humanity. An anonymous author demonstrates a view on global issues of the world from the outside. Having given a symbolic meaning to a plot and adding social and cultural concepts to the story, the author attracted the audience by compelling it to think about own culture.


Beowulf as a Perfect Hero of the Time

Any other Anglo-Saxon work that has survived to these days has not received such a widespread recognition as Beowulf has. It is the only major work of the heroic epic, which completely preserved. The main focus of it includes battles, warriors, heroes, and beasts.


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