We have prepared a “Pride and Prejudice” essay that talks about family and community issues in the novel. Jane Austen’s novel “Pride and Prejudice” describes the life of the English nobility of about two hundred years ago. “Pride and Prejudice,” as the name implies, is about pride and prejudice that hindered the happiness of people. The true love of the protagonists overcomes their different positions in society, and the negative attitude of relatives and friends, and different financial opportunities, and many different conventions.
We present this “Paradise Lost” essay based on Milton’s work. This is the story of Creation, the fall of Satan, lapse from virtue. Milton first violated the interpretations accepted in society of the Old Testament subjects, thus departing from the church dogmas. The epoch of revolutions, the change of life principles, values, and concepts – all this and much more compels us to look differently at the good and evil shown in the images of God and the Devil.
Check out our “Leaves of Grass” essay. Opera was so important to Whitman that he believed it was important to write his collection of poems “Leaves of Grass” which contains hundreds of musician terms as well as composers’ and performers’ names. The main goal for Whitman was to research, discuss, and present his personality. Also, he wanted to praise democracy and the American nation by his achievements and potential.
We want to present you our “King Lear” essay. An interesting character, carrying in himself both good and evil – the main character of the tragedy “King Lear,” the old King Lear, who has three daughters. In Shakespeare’s work, it has been repeatedly and quite rightly noted that the dominant position in “King Lear” is the picture of the clash of two camps, sharply opposed to each other primarily in terms of moral aspect.
Enjoy our “Julius Caesar” essay which considers issues of loyalty. Shakespeare displays in his Roman tragedy several types of politicians: the Cesarian, Marcus Antony, an insidious demagogue who is able to deceive murdererous conspirators after Caesar’s death and seduce the Roman crowd presented in the tragedy as an impersonal mob, which easily changes its affections, preferring someone who promises material benefits (which is skillfully done by Anthony); the Republican and Patrician, Cassius, the initiator of the conspiracy against Caesar, who hates him because of vanity and outraged pride, convinced that Caesar is no more worthy than any of his closest associates, to rule Rome; Brutus is an idealist politician, a person of firm convictions and the highest moral principles, he believes that others have such.
We offer your a “Hamlet” essay. Written in 1600-1601, “Hamlet,” like most of Shakespeare’s plays, has in the plot a literary processing of the borrowed history that occurred in pagan Denmark (until 827) and first published on paper about 1200 by the Danish chronicler Saxo Grammaticus. An incident common not from a leading character lays down the opening moments of Hamlet, the theme that is to pin all aspects. This character is Francisco, who says, “I am sick at heart.”
We offer you the ability to read through a “Gulliver’s Travels” essay. It is difficult to find in world literature a work that has experienced such a marvelous transformation as “Gulliver’s Travels.” How can the angry bilious satire on the human race become an entertaining piece of children’s fiction? But it is the fact that the broad masses still consider “Gulliver” a children’s fairy tale. And all thanks are to the numerous re-tellers who left only the first two parts from the book, cleared it of political satire (as well as of all that is gross and indecent) – and eventually deprived it of its essence.
We present a “Frankenstein” essay, the main character of which is a modern Prometheus, by definition of Shelley, and the young Swiss scientist Victor Frankenstein, who by nature is endowed with a bright talent and an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. Frankenstein creates an artificial organism similar to man, but his scientific victory does not bring him joy. The powerful giant created by him enters the world with the hope of serving people, making friends with them, but not finding a place among them, becomes an enemy of humanity and brings his first blows upon his creator.
Today we are going to present a “Father and Son” essay. Victorian poet Edmund Gosse was a child of zoologist Philip Gosse, the minister of a fundamentalist evangelical sect. In this memoir of childhood and youth of Gosse, his upbringing is talked about as well as his parents, whose faith directed all domestic practices. It talks about the agony of older Gosse when he tries to combine his scientific vocation with a religious faith and faces difficult problems which are related to the hypotheses of Chambers, Darwin, and Lyell about the Earth’s age and diversity of it species.
The following “Crime and Punishment” essay talks about the novel, the basis of which is a multi-disciplinary, urban post-reform environment, imagining more about itself than it stands. Raskolnikov, Sonya Marmeladova, Razumikhin, the old woman, Lizaveta, Luzhin, Svidrigailov – these and many other heroes of the novel “Crime and Punishment” are engendered by the Russian reality of the 1860s, a striking division of people into poor and rich people, crushed by poverty, and those who bathe in luxury.