D.H. Lawrence introduces his views of the novel to the readers by referring to the common thinking among people that they are a body with a spirit or a soul or a mind in it. A proverb to this effect, namely, “A sound body in a sound mind” has been framed. According to D.H. Lawrence, this idea of ourselves as a body with a spirit or a soul or a mind in it is a funny superstition.
Jane Eyre is a novel written by Charlotte Bronte which is mostly considered as the autobiography of her own. In this novel the novelist has portrayed the life of orphan children. Among all of these, three children are most significant. Charlotte Bronte has given us a graphic account of the life of a child in the opening section of the novel. She has also portrayed another two orphan children later. In the first case, the child concerned is Jane Eyre who subsequently emerges as the heroine of the novel. And the other two children are Jane’s best friend in Lowood School named Helen Burns and a French girl by the name of Adele. Charlotte Bronte has depicted the experiences of Jane Eyre when this girl is just ten years old. Jane is being treated most callously by her aunt Mrs. Reed, and is constantly harassed and bullied by Mrs. Reed’s son John Reed.
Gulliver’s Travels (1726, amended 1735) is a novel by Irish writer and clergyman Jonathan Swift. It is Swift’s best known full-length work, and a classic of English literature. It is full of different kind of satires.
Satire is the literary expression of disgust, amusement, or despair- all arising from a sense of discontent with the existing state of affairs. Jonathan Swift, a famous and talented writer of eighteenth century, is regarded as one of the world’s greatest satirists. He was a man of piercing intellect and this intellect never was blind to the chaos and confusion and corruption of the age. He satirizes the political parties and their corrupt practices and that engaged England at the time. All of his vigorous expressions against war and scientific inventions have portrayed perfectly in his greatest work Gulliver’s Travels.
Major Barriers in Business Communication
In business communication we face many barriers. In the following part the most common barriers are discussed.
1. Linguistic Barriers: Linguistic barriers occur when the receiver is unable to understand fully both explicit and implicit meaning of the language used by the sender. It may be happened because of limited vocabulary, wrong choice of words, construction of long and complex sentence, improper word order, improper punctuation and so on.
Modernism: Modern means something which is not traditional and to be modern means to be enlightened the attitude. Similarly, Ism means the ways of thinking and ideology. From this side, modernism is a philosophical movement in the arts, along with cultural trends and changes, arose from wide-scale and far-reaching transformations in western society in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The slogan of modernism is to make something new. It is experimental, radical, revolutionary, stream of consciousness, formal etc. It is the development of modern industrial societies and the rapid growth of cities. It deals with form and the form of the work. Here, context is not important but structure is important.
The term paper is about “The Importance of Creative Writing”. It is designed with various perspectives and all of them are designed gradually. Firstly, it shows the definition of writing and creative writing, then purpose of writing, benefits of writing, tools and materials of writing, writing method, teaching method, how to begin creative writing etc. The purpose of this paper is to show the real feature of creative writing and why it is very important for the learners, how it helps them in their practical and professional life.
Topic: “Treatment of Women and Diasporic Women in Jhumpa Lahiri’s the Interpreter of Maladies”
Jhumpa Lahiri, who is an Indian by ancestry, British by birth and American by immigration, is acknowledged as one of the eminent women writers in Indian English literature. Being an immigrant Lahiri is interested in the large section of new generation Indian Americans their traditions values and relationships and the significance of family and how it ties man to his homeland. Lahiri’s immigrant characters have a double vision and assert their identity in a bicultural universe. Her works portray the many issues that Indians settled abroad face in America. In her short stories, she deals with questions of identity, alienation and the plight of those who are culturally displaced. She vividly shows the estrangement and isolation that often afflict first- and even second-generation immigrants.
South Asian Diaspora in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Fiction
Contemporary post-colonial fictions are dealt with the themes of migration, homelessness, loss of identity, rootlessness and exilic experiences. In a broad sense, these themes are the most common themes of Third World, post-colonial and commonwealth literature. Jhumpa Lahiri, the first Indian author to win prestigious Pulitzer Prize in the USA for her collection of short stories “Interpreter of Maladies”, is a second generation Indian writer whose caliber as a diasporic writer is excellent. She is a class herself in revealing diasporic status through her works.