Analysis of Wuthering Heights

Analysis of Wuthering Heights
Wuthering Heights has an exemplary thought-out plot, innovative use of multiple narrators, attention to details of rural life combined with a romantic interpretation of natural phenomena, vivid imagery and processing of the conventions of the Gothic novel make “Wuthering Heights” a model of the novel late romantic and classical works of literature. Heathcliff begins to take revenge to show that social differences are not significant, and that he was no worse than others. Revenge - a key motive for which he lived Heathcliff. Revenge for social inequality and for the love that they do not Katherine and Heathcliff were unable to make a reality is described in the novel.

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Analysis of the poem "Daddy" by Sylvia Plath

Analysis of the poem "Daddy" by Sylvia Plath
To start the analysis of the poem by Sylvia Plath, it is necessary to give the characteristics of the facts that influenced the author and identified the meaning and style of the poem “Daddy”.
It is very important to mention that Plath adored her father, his person made a huge impression on the sensitive Sylvia, she was to imitate his father. Soon her father died when her daughter was eight years old. At the same time Sylvia began to write poetry. Her poetry reflected the deep personal feelings - pain, loneliness, humiliation, she had suffered.

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Analysis of the use of irony in and "Once up on a Time" by Nadine Gordimer

Analysis of the use of irony in and "Once up on a Time" by Nadine Gordimer
The irony is one of the types of humor, it is a thin, concealed sneer. Irony is used for example, in enthusiastic definition of such qualities, or events, or actions that are actually worth only a censure; irony sounds and praise precisely those qualities that do not really have those whom he praised.
One example of irony and criticism - a work “Cinderella” by Anne Sexton, that has a very vivid and diverse authorial tone. In this poem Sexton uses ironic, or even sarcastic tone when retelling a popular fairytale. She tries to show that fairies are all myths, all with the same topics and ideal heroes, and happy ends, so she represent the story in more realistic way.

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HEALTH WARS by PHILIP DAY

HEALTH WARS by PHILIP DAY
Food occupies a very important place in the life of every person. We eat every day in order to live, to sustain our bodies and organisms in good shape, to fill our organisms with healthy elements that are necessary for the perfect functioning of our internals and our well-being. Food is extremely various and diverse nowadays. Everyone can find everything he or she likes and therefore organize one’s nutrition in a proper way. However, in spite of all the variety of products, more and more people seem to have problems with food. Many new diseases connected with improper feeding appear every day. Unfortunately these diseases are very difficult to cure, and sometimes it is even next to impossible.

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Imaginaries and symbols in the "The Sound and the Fury" by William Faulkner

Imaginaries and symbols in the "The Sound and the Fury" by William Faulkner
Faulkner takes the principle of treatment with time: the author removed, he calmly watching the scene, his role is only to record, collect, assemble bits of reality in a manner that, nowhere does not explicitly expressing their opinions, to allow the reader to understand the meaning of respect times, having examined the internal consistency of his system. Fascinated by new techniques for him, Faulkner believes that with their help he will be able to solve their own artistic goals: to give a new sense of time as the images of life and at the same time to show that for every person she seems different, to reflect the infinite variety of human attitude and communication times . (Norton critics, 1993)

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"Making Arguments about Literature" anf "A compact Guide and Anthology" by John Schilb and John Clifford

"Making Arguments about Literature" anf "A compact Guide and Anthology" by John Schilb and John Clifford
Traditionally, short stories convey the author’s message clearly and precisely but often their stylistic and artistic richness is underestimated. In this regard, it is important to lay emphasis on the fact that the stylistic devices and artistic details used in short stories are often diverse and contribute consistently to the improvement of the presentation of short stories by writers. At this point, it is possible to refer to “The Use of Force” by William Carlos Williams and “A Visit of Charity” by Eudora Welty. In fact, the aforementioned two short stories are written by different authors that make them quite different but, at the same time, it is possible to trace some similarities in terms of setting and themes of the short stories.

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Literature Review Sexual Offenders’ Psychology

Literature Review Sexual Offenders’ Psychology
In literature, the term “sexual offending” is used widely enough. This term refers to an unlawful deprivation of life (or attempt of deprivation) associated with sexual feelings or motives, including the desire disorders, at the same time sexual assaults are also those that do not involve sexual acts, but are associated with the sex life of the perpetrator in their content and subjective meaning.
The information about the dynamics and structure of sexual offenses shows that during the last 5 years the number of crimes with two or more victims nearly quadrupled. There is a growing number of unsolved murders on sexual grounds, where the analysis of forensic features indicates the activity of loner maniac.

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Book Review

Book Review
"Two billion cars: driving toward sustainability" by Daniel Sperling and Deborah Gordon is a book that covers a lot of important and very acute issues. This book is dedicated to cars: every page of it is filled with information that deals with nothing else, but cars only. The book covers the whole history and gives the profound overview of the global auto industry.

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