What were the stylistic tactics singular to these sections and how does the effect they
create differ from other sections?
Besides they say if the flower withers she wears shes a flirt. All are. Daresay she felt I.
When you feel like that you often meet w
Victorian Literature Dickens
Children as vessels to be filled; given numbers
Underlying allusion to Ali Babba and the Forty Thieves pg. 6
Sowing = ideas and themes introduced
Reaping = development
Gaining = resolution
Victorian Literature- Gaskell
English Civil War (1640s)
authority of the Crown asserted by God
Parliamentarians think Parliament has power
associated with the Puritan movement
more Low Church
depose and execute Charles I in 1649
in charge under Cromwell f
Victorian Literature Gaskell, 2
Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834
Edwin Chadwick & Nassau Senior
Indigent poor vs. regular poor
architecture taken from American prisons
moral and physical contagion
Similarities to Pride and Prejudice
What is the overall effect that this setting of the Dry Salvages has on the poem in
comparison to the other two settings we have seen in Four Quartets?
Now we come to discover that the moments of agony
(Whether, or not, due to misunderstanding,
Overall, the 1958 film version of The Brothers Karamazov was an enjoyable one,
and I think it did some things really well. The characterization of each of the brothers was
pretty spot-on as was the castingthe film captures the distinctions in their person
The 1999 film adaptation of Eugene Onegin, though not entirely faithful to the
book, was quite enjoyable. Some of its inconsistencies were necessary; finding a way to
navigate Pushkins invasive narrator would have been challenging in a film, for one.
Eugene Onegin and Pushkins Fate
Russian writer Alexander Pushkin has long been revered by his nations people as the
godfather of their literature. The majority of his success can be attributed to raw talent. Not only
was he innovative as an artist, experi
Gogol and the Language of Satire
Writer Nikolai Gogol, as one of the earliest contributors to the Russian body of literature,
did much to establish the nations literary style. He was a writer who might finally create a truly
Russian literature, independen
How does Beckett explore the notion of time in Waiting for Godot?
To many modernist writers of the twentieth century, the concept of time was one of
intrigue, and it found its way into many works of literature produced during this period. One
Twentieth Century Literature Beckett
Born in southern Dublin
tennis court in his backyard ostentatious wealth
Church of England protestant church in a largely Catholic Ireland
Only starts to allow Catholics in 1870s
What does Shen Te reveal about the nature of goodness in this section?
Especially those who dont have much to eat like to give some away. People probably
like to show what they can do, and how could they show it better than by being kind?
Being wicked is
Who is the audience supposed to understand Godot to be?
Vladimir: Was I sleeping, while the others suffered? Am I sleeping now? To-morrow,
when I wake, or think I do, what shall I say of to-day? That with Estragon my friend, at
this place, until the fall
Does the play offer a solution to the problems that it finds in society, or does it merely
point them out?
In your opinion, then, whats to be done?
Change human nature or the world? Well: Which?
Believe in bigger, better gods or none?
How can we mortals b
What is the author saying about the relationship between virtue and labor within this first
section of the play?
Shui Ta: And, tell me, how could you find a better tenant than one who knows the
depths because she comes from them? Shell work her fingers to
Twentieth Century Beckett, 3
Luckys speech (continued)
dead loss perhead: skulls getting smaller and lighter
Bishop Berkeley: Irish bishop and philosopher (idealist), opposite of Descartes
To be is to be perceived.
Reality is also getting sm
Twentieth Century Literature Beckett, 2
Is this a political play?
pg. 21: master/ slave relationship
owner/ worker relationship
Pozzos attempt to justify his treatment of Lucky
rational deduction Platos Dialogues
Beckett opposed to rationality and reason
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Victorian Literature- Oliphant and Eliot
Social Test- highly eligible; where he would meet women, gentleman
Eeyore/Tigger syndrome the further Proctor retreats, the more friendly his
Cloistered life introv
What is the point behind the many instances when Estragon repeats what he has said, and
Vladimir contradicts him, changing the meaning or wording just slightly?
Estragon: We always find something, eh Didi, to give us the impression we exist?
Victorian Literature- Oliphant
Chapel of ease- built in an area where there was already a church but the town had grown
and they needed another option
living people in the area are taxed to pay to support the clergyman
the gift of a living was having the