Category: Literature

Theme of Krazy Kat

Critical Analysis of Krazy Kat by Jey Cantor

KRAZY KAT returns to Coconino County and its residents to explain why the strip vanished at the end of World War II. Krazy Kat, the innocent, is suffering brain-dulling depression after witnessing the end product of the “New Clear fizzyits.” Cynical Ignatz Mouse, whose bricks tossed at Krazy’s noggin serve only to endear Kat to Mouse, yearns for the big time–the success enjoyed by those other famous cartoon cats. If Ignatz cannot shame Krazy into working again, he will invent psychoanalysis to create in Krazy a sick soul, the very stuff of high art. This Round, sick soul will crave to be hit again by Ignatz’s bricks.

Aristotle’s Concept of Unity in Poetry

Aristotle’s Unities

Aristotle is one of the greatest Greek philosophers who gave an excellent concept on the poetry. In his “Poetics,” he examined plays as a separate art form and discussed how they differed from epic poetry. He deduced the elements that created a successful tragedy. According to his concept, there are three unities in poetry and they are unity of time, place and action.

Desire Under the Elms as a play of tragically study of its three characters

Desire Under the Elms as a play of tragically study of its three characters.

Desire Under the Elms is considered as super natural play and it is also a deeply psychological play which shows us how to enter the inner states of mind of the various characters. images (2)We also get an excellent analysis of human nature and human motives. The character of Cabot, Eben and Abbie makes the play more psychological and psychological realism is the key note of the play.

After observing the play deeply we have the feelings that we have totally entered into the very mind of each of these characters. In this story, there is the role played by the ancient Greek legends about Oedipus and Phaedra and Phaedra and by the Freudian theory known as the Oedipus complex. Read More

Significance of the title of The Bluest Eye

Significance of the title of The Bluest Eye.

Naturally finding a self-identity is often a sign of maturing and growing up. We find it as the main issue in Toni Morrison’s novel The Bluest Eyes. imagesThere are several characters in this novel, such as; Pecola Breedlove, Cholly Breedlove, and Pauline Breedlove who search for their identity through others that has influenced them and by the lifestyles those they have. Pecola Breedlove struggles to get accepted into society due to the beauty factor that the norm has. Her father is a drunk; he raped Pecola and Pauline physically.

Pacola is a little black girl who has a hard time finding herself. She is brought up as a poor unwanted girl; she desires the approval and love of society. The world has led her to believe that Read More

Character of Abbie in Eugene O’Neill’s Desire Under The Elms

Character of Abbie in Eugene O’Neill’s Desire Under The Elms:

Protagonist

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Critical Analysis of William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 2

SONNET 2

When forty winters shall beseige thy brow, 
And dig deep trenches in thy beauty’s field,
Thy youth’s proud livery, so gazed on now, 
Will be a tatter’d weed, of small worth held: 
Then being ask’d where all thy beauty lies, 
Where all the treasure of thy lusty days, 
To say, within thine own deep-sunken eyes, 

Literary Term

1. Drama: Drama is a form of literature which is written in dramatic dialogue form to be performed by some characters on the stage before the audience. A drama can be compared to the mountain. It comes to life when it is taken in the performance of actors who accept the roles of characters and speak the dialogues.

Critical Analysis of The Thought Fox by Ted Hughes

The Thought Fox

                                                                                               Ted Hughes
I imagine this midnight moment’s forest:
Something else is alive
Beside the clock’s loneliness
And this blank page where my fingers move.

Through the window I see no star:  Read More

Discuss the theme of love and marriage in Congreve’s ‘The way of the world’.

William Congreve is one of the greatest playwright of restoration period. The way of the world is a world famous comedy of manners. It deals with the theme of love and marriage. In this play, we find love affair. We meet true love making and false love making. Unhappiness in marriage and desire for divorce for the sake of money and property are also obvious.

Discuss Twelfth Night by shakespeare as a romantic comedy.

William shakespeare has written a number of romantic comedy. Twelfth Night is one of the finest romantic comedies. we know that a romantic comedy is a play in which romantic elements are mixed with comic elements. It is a form of comedy which deals with love. Love at first sight is often its main theme. Generally a romantic comedy starts with some problems but it ends with happy. Twelfth is a typical romantic comedy by shakespeare.It has some elements which give the play a romantic air. It is romantic in its setting and theme. So twelfth Night is a romantic comedy.