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  • Power and Submission in The Man Who Found The Truth

    Power and Submission in The Man Who Found The Truth

    How far can and should we be sure of our lives? You have a job, a good wife, and good prospects for the future? Are you sure you won’t lose them tomorrow? The story of the man, whose name we are never given, in Leonid Andreyev’s The Man Who Found The Truth ...

  • Denial and Belief in Leonid Andreyev’s Lazarus

    Denial and Belief in Leonid Andreyev’s Lazarus

    Leonid Andreyev's short story Lazarus begins with a celebration of life, which is also a denial of death. Later in the story this denial is crushed and death emerges victorious over everything. Lazarus is met by his relatives and friends as if he was a man returning from a war, and ...

  • Gulliver’s Travels as a Satire

    Gulliver’s Travels as a Satire

    “Gulliver’s Travels” consists of four parts, each of which is about a different voyage to another strange place. The original title of the book was “Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of several Ships.”. This work ...

  • The Urge to Kill in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar Act III Scene III

    The Urge to Kill in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar Act III Scene III

    This scene is following the scene two where Mark Antony, after Brutus’ address to the people, spoke to the people and cleverly led them to mutiny. The street in this scene is not a particular street and people are not particular people. In this respect, what happens in this scene represents the general mood in ...

  • An Analysis on Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar Act I Scene II Part II

    An Analysis on Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar Act I Scene II Part II

    It must be moving to watch at the stage the entrance of Caesar with his retinue, especially upon the scene where Cassius has been cursing him. There are Brutus and Cassius isolated from other people, and involved in a secret talked. And there appears Caesar with a crowd. However, the effect produced is contrary ...

  • An Analysis on Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar Act I Scene II

    An Analysis on Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar Act I Scene II

    PART I  The scene begins with a public event, a foot race, where Mark Antony is also running. We hear Caesar quite confident with himself, giving orders to people who are listening to him and obeying his orders. Even Casca the conspirator appears to be an obedient man, telling people to be quiet and listen ...