Illusive Reality

Jonathan Swift was an Irish writer born in Dublin, and he was the author of the famous significant novel Gulliver’s Travels. He finished this book in 1726; later the translators interpreted it into different languages and the publishers printed around the world. Gulliver’s Travels is a story about a man who…

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The Analysis of “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

“The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Gilman is a novel of a woman`s deep depression caused by the birth of her child, which is followed by a descent to insanity. Without a doubt, the book illustrates women’s struggle in the society. Heroine’s obsession with the yellow wallpaper in her room reflects…

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Paul Celan

In the history of literature, the name of Paul Celan became an undying poetic legend. The critics named him the “prince of modern poetry,” “prince of metaphors,” and “secret king of German poetry.” Of course, it is because Celan was an extraordinary phenomenon in the poetry of the XX century….

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Zeitoun

The book Zeiton and the film ‘trouble the water’ present the sufferances of people when hurrican struck. Zeiton presents the Islamic people and their life style in the New Orleans period during this period. Conversely, ‘trouble the water’, highlights the life of the black and their love for their music…

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The Things They Carried

Tim O’Brien is the author of a fascinating story “The Things They Carried”. The story is about the soldiers and the environment that was around them. An interesting fact is that the plot events intercross with the description of the things which the characters held in their rucksacks. The information…

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Two Translations of Tennyson’s Poem

Turning literary work into film is a complicated process because the result of it depends on many factors.  The main task of the filmmakers, who aim to create a worthy literature-based movie, is to interpret the meaning and value of the text and communicate the author’s main ideas.  The majority…

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Bernice Bobs Her Hair

Firstly, the story “Bernice Bobs Her Hair” may seem as the one that deals with such usual and trivial issues as competitiveness between the young girls, jealousy and revenge. However, it has a deeper meaning and symbolic interpretation. While reading the story, it becomes clear that a sign of hair…

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Poetry

In early childhood people learn the proverb “My home is my castle” and this statement becomes a piece of infallible truth for them. This belief is necessary for a person because it reflects one of the basic needs of human beings, a need for safety. Therefore, the strength of pain…

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Translating Setting into Mise-en-scene in Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a prominent novella that was written in 1958 by Truman Capote. Three years later, Paramount Pictures released a romantic comedy starring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard. The film is considered as a radical interpretation because the plot and the ending are greatly changed (Cahir 13). Both…

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“This Is What It Means To Say Phoenix, Arizona” and the Life of Sherman Alexie

In every culture, there are characteristics that make up that particular group of people; those characteristics can be everything from language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music, and even traditions. A tradition is a long established custom or belief that has been passed on from generation to generation. Tradition and culture…

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