Contact in Canadian literature: The Use of Gothic Elements in the Negotiation of Cultural Differences between Settlers and Indigenous Nations
Common elements of gothic literature include mystery, fear, omens, curses, preternatural settings, gloomy atmospheres with a hint of being haunted, some dimension of the supernatural, romance, an arch-villain, … with her “Pagan in St. Paul’s Cathedral” use the same gothic elements to shape two completely different perspectives and to create a unique, world effect that they want their words to have on the reader.
The Onondaga Madonna
The term “Madonna” was one used and reserved for … shows the Virgin holding her dead Son in her lap following His removal from the cross. As missionaries from Europe spread throughout the world, other ethnicities had their own Madonnas. There is the Virgin of Guadalupe, whose image is distinctly Spanish, for example. Thus, at first glance, … the paleface continues on.……
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It is a tale that most people are familiar with because it has been translated and adapted so many times all over the world. It is hard to tell whether the sound or feel of the country of the Grimms is preserved in the tale as it ……
… most recent sport to command a considerable amount of media attention and controversy regarding its status is gaming—or eSports. eSports have taken the world by storm in recent years, with fans filling stadiums that hold 91,000 people (Stewart, 2017). Based on their proven spectator appeal and growing … storm in recent years, with fans filling stadiums that hold 91,000 people (Stewart, 2017). Based on their proven spectator appeal and growing popularity world, the advertising and marketing potential of eSports is even greater than it is for many traditional sports. Most eSports also demand both physical … they resemble traditional sports from the player perspective and the perspective of spectators and marketers, eSports can and should be considered “real sports.”
The recent literature on the status of eSports has been supportive of this growing industry. One of the first themes in a review of literature on eSports is……
Hallmann, K. & Giel, T. (2018). eSports--Competitive sports or recreational activity? Sport Management Review 21(1): 14-20.
Keiper, M. C., Manning, R. D., Jenny, S., Olrich, T., & Croft, C. (2017). No reason to LoL at LoL: the addition of esports to intercollegiate athletic departments. Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, 11(2), 143–160. doi:10.1080/19357397.2017.1316001
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Stewart, J. (2017). Why esports ARE real sports: Video gamers\\\\\\' talents compare with those of athletes and their tournaments rival viewing figures of sport events. Mail Online. 24 Aug, 2017. Retrieved from https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/esports/article-4812762/Why-esports-real-sports.html
… they stay eternally youthful, never have to deal with children or dust or dinner or any of the inconveniences and challenges of real world relationships; their story in and of itself as told as a traditional fairy tale is a kind of disguise—a deceiving story meant to … traditional fairy tale is a kind of disguise—a deceiving story meant to shield one from the realities of romance and real life. Real world relationships have all manner of difficulties, no matter how beautiful or virtuous the lovers are: challenges will find them. Sexton mocks the lack … there is no formal disguise donned by either the cat or the mouse, but there is deception that leads to a very real world ending—which makes this fairy tale one of the more grim and haunting of all the tales by the Brothers Grimm. The cat and … and quickly swallows the mouse……
“The Ballad of Mulan.”
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...World literature The Cherry Orchard Play By Anton. Chekhov
Ms. Ranyevskaya’s behavior in Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard is replete with sentimentality, distraction, and nostalgia. However, lurking beneath her obvious mistakes and foolish dreams is a serious trauma—i.e., the drowning death of her seven year old son and the loss of her husband—leaving her a motherless widow. It is the unexpected entrance of death into her life that could be used to explain or at least indicate the presence of psychological trauma in Ms. Ranyevskaya’s character. It is Anya who tells of these misfortunes: “Father died six years ago, and a month later our little brother, Grisha, drowned. Sweet boy, he was only seven. And Mama couldn’t face it, that’s why she went away, just went away and never looked back” (Chekhov 816). Thus, Ranyevskaya’s absence from the family estate the past half decade, her ill-pursued love affair, and her spendthrift ways are……
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Middle East literature: Portrayal of women in the Arabian Nights
Women play a significant role in the Arabian Nights. Many of the stories and tales … dual portrayal of women in the Arabian Nights, which is very similar to how women are presently portrayed and treated in the Arab world.
In the Arabian Nights tales, women are generally treated as lesser beings by men. If they do not act in compliance with men's ……
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Nicholas, Caleb, \\\\\\\\\\\\"Living Subversive Narratives: Shahrazad\\\\\\\\\\\\'s Stories of Women.\\\\\\\\\\\\" Honors Projects, Bowling Green State University, (2016). 269.
Shamma, Tarek. \\\\\\\\\\\\"Women and Slaves: Gender Politics in the Arabian Nights.\\\\\\\\\\\\" Marvels & Tales 31.2 (2017): 239-260.
Zafar, Attiya. Arabian Nights: Seaming the Embroidery of Feminism in the \\\\\\\\\\\\"Couch.\\\\\\\\\\\\" University of Management and Technology, 2019.
… his love. I think it is what Baldwin was expressing in his writing, giving his love back to his readers, back to the world.
The Rocking-Horse Winner: This is another good story that shows what it means to really love someone. The boy is so selfless and ……
… fact that he is driving and she riding (and that she does not like to go fast in the car) indicates that the world of Mr. and Mrs. Mitty is a bit different from the world of Elisa in Steinbeck’s short story. Elisa’s story takes place at home, and she is the center of it—not her husband. The world is seen through her eyes and the reader gets a sense of the pain and the emotional disconnect she feels. In Thurber’s story, … seen through her eyes and the reader gets a sense of the pain and the emotional disconnect she feels. In Thurber’s story, the world is seen from Walter’s eyes and Mrs. Mitty is viewed as something foreign and alien to him, something that keeps interrupting his fantasies … is viewed as something foreign and alien to him, something that keeps interrupting his fantasies and recalling him……
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literature Review on Coping Through The Use Of Informal Institutions during COVID 19 in South Africa, Nigeria, and Swaziland
The institutional theory deals with ……
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… across as a Holden Caulfield type—a disaffected, somewhat lost, but highly intelligent individual capable of critical thought and therefore exceedingly lonely in a world of conformists, who seem to show no desire to question anything or to know themselves. The narrator of Plath’s novel is Esther Greenwood—a … model of a strong, independent, self-sufficient woman, and this paper will show why.
Feminist Criticism focuses on “the ways in which literature (and other cultural productions) reinforce or undermine the economic, political, social, and psychological oppression of women” (Tyson, 2006, p. 83). It stems from critical … 1991, p. 245). Feminist theory examines the constructed relationship between gender and power in society. Feminist Criticism examines this relationship in terms of literature art. As the original Critical Theorists, particularly those of the Frankfurt School, such as Adorno and Horkheimer (2007), were interested in deconstructing modern … Caulfield catching the children in……
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