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The Life you always wanted

John Ortberg’s manuscript, The Life You’ve Always Wanted: a spiritual disciples for ordinary people, published in 2002 at Grand Rapids, Michigan. Ortberg tells us the pathway in rejoining our connection to God, which allows us to have what our heart’s desire, the life we have always wanted. He describes it through spiritually disciplined. Ortberg (2002)…

Doctor in the house by Richard Gordon

This is a passage from the book “Doctor in the house” by Richard Gordon, a well-known English writer, the author wrote his “Doctor” series, which is noted for description of medical student’s years of professional training. The present extract touches upon the final examinations of medical students. The text under analysis belong to the psychological…

Fasting, Feasting

In her novel, Fasting, Feasting, Anita Desai eventually accomplishes what many writers attempt and then fail to achieve. She uses light touch, simple language, uncomplicated structure, but at the same time addresses some very big issues and makes a point. Uma and Arun are children of Mamapapa, the apparently indivisible common identity that parents present….

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The Scarlet Letter: Another View of Hester Prynne

Within the novel The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, the narrator addresses the audience and develops the dynamics of Hester Prynne’s character by illustrating her as a stereotypical maternal figure towards the people of Boston. Seven years after the protagonist’s initial ignominy at the scaffold, the society’s perspective of Hester transforms as her relationship with…

Fiction: O’Connor’s Quotes

O’Connor’s quotes/theories: “It is the extreme situation that best reveals who we are essentially” and “The truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it” as it relates to the writing, “A good Man is Hard to Find” in which the main character, Grandmother, who lives with her only son and his family…

Feminism in Dubliners

James Joyce’s book of short stories entitled Dubliners examines feminism and the role of women in Irish society. The author is ahead of his time by bringing women to the forefront of his stories and using them to show major roles and flaws in Irish society, specifically in “Eveline” and “The Boarding House”. James Joyce…

Universal Beauty

If a group of male individuals from different countries stops to what they were doing because their attention and eyes are caught by a girl passing in front of them, it means that they all think that the girl is sexy and pretty. This will be the evidence saying that all people from different parts…

A Sorrowful Woman by Gail Godwin

A. The characters have no names in A Sorrowful Woman by Gail Godwin because naming them would identify them.  She purposefully does not identify them except by calling them the man, the woman, the boy, and the girl.  By doing this, these characters could be any man, woman, boy, or girl. This could be any family…

When Death is the Only Escape

To many people, growing up, getting married, and having a family are the end-all and be-all of life. Most fairytales end with the man and the woman getting married and/or riding off into the sunset into what the audience can only imagine to be the house full of kids behind a white picket fence kind…

The Sorrows of War

The book “The Sorrows of War” by Ninh tackled what war the country of Vietnam is all about. There is no escaping the intensity and bare reality presented. It’s about the destruction of dreams, blemished purity, and disturbed memories of those soldiers who survived the war. This is a novel of honesty without romantic spirit….

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