Literature Essays

The Handmaids Tale by Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwoods The Handmaids Tale is a work of fiction that tells the story of Offred, a woman who was once free, but lost her independence when the United States of America was replaced by the Republic of Gilead, a theocratic and totalitarian state.

The Responsibilities of Gyges Ring- Personal Opinion

Gyges Ring is closely connected to the principles of morality. Making people invisible, this thing allows them to act in accordance with their personal wishes. If everyone tried to understand what he/she wanted, it would be obvious that human desires always increase their opportunities.

“A Clean, Well-Lighted Place” by Ernest Hemingway: Analysis

A Clean, Well-Lighted Place has an interesting plot. Events take place in a Spanish cafe, where two waiters are waiting for the last customer to leave, so that they can finally close the place and go back home.

“When the Emperor was Divine” by Julie Otsuka Book Analysis

The book When the Emperor was Divine by Julie Otsuka describes an experience of Japanese-American internment by showing a complete evacuation of one Japanese family.

“Animal Farm” by George Orwell – A Novel Review

The novel Animal Farm brought George Orwell great world fame because of its plot and subtexts. It is worth noting that the book was not published for a long time because many publishers were afraid of publishing a story which seemed to be unpopular at first glance.

“In Praise of Hatred” vs “Muslim Girl”: Coming to Age Books Analyses

Two books, the Muslim Girl: Coming of Age and In Praise of Hatred, portray the events occurring within the Arabic society. However, whereas the first one represents the memoirs, the second edition is a complete fiction. At the same time, both of them have the great impact on readers, the perception of the Arabic community and Muslim females.

Analyzing “The Bell Jar” by Sylvia Plath

The Bell Jar, is a book of depression, suicide, search of identity, and oppression in the society. The protagonist Esther Greenwood has several psychological and mental problems, caused by a number of social, cultural and biological reasons. This essay seeks to analyze and evaluate Esther, the main character of the novel, from a psychological point of view to determine the reasons for her crisis, identify the potential diagnosis through the process of differential diagnosis, and suggest possible ways of treatment.

Analysing “The Epic of Gilgamesh”

The Epic of Gilgamesh is considered one of the oldest literary works of humankind. It is one of the greatest works of literature of the Ancient East.

Analyzing the Novel “And Then There Were None” by A. Christie

And Then There Were None, as well as numerous other novels and short stories of Agatha Christie, was filmed many times. Agatha Christie became one of the most prominent writers of all time.

“Captain Corelli’s Mandolin” – Film Review

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin is a novel written by the famous novelist Louis de Bernieres. It is his fourth novel that was created in 1994 and brought him recognition.