What would you like to do?
What are some examples of power in literature?
all books are a journey. for example Into the Wild. An early, famous example is Homer's Iliad.
The three branches of government. the legislative, judicial, and executive.
it is when you eat pie but think it is gross?
The Train I like to see it lap the miles, And lick the valleys up, And stop to feed itself at tanks; And then, prodigious, step Around a pile of mo…untains, And, supercilious, peer In shanties by the sides of roads; And then a quarry pare To fit its sides, and crawl between, Complaining all the while In horrid, hooting stanza; Then chase itself down hill And neigh like Boanerges; Then, punctual as a start its own, Stop-docile and omnipotent- A stable door. by Emily Dickinson Personification is the attributing of human qualities to non-human objects. This is not to be confused with anthropomorphism, which is also the attributing of human characteristics to nonhuman objects, but anthropomorphism persists throughout an entire literary work. The animals in Aesop's Fables or The Chronicles of Narnia are good examples of anthropomorphism.
In Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice," Mr. Darcy persuades Elizabeth to reconsider her disposition of him through pathos in his letter when he informs her of Mr. Wickham's of…fenses. Elizabeth feels pity when she reads that he had deceived Mr. Darcy out of two thousand pounds, and tried to elope with the younger Miss Darcy for her money. This emotion causes Lizzy to absolve her own obstinacy, and helps the readers' prepare for hoping, later, that Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth will end up together.
El Filibusterismo and Noli Me Tangere , Nena at Neneng , Kwento ni Mabuti , Parabula , Bayani ng Bukid
Atmosphere in literature refers to the literary element that evokes certain vibes in the reader through descriptions and words. For example "The Gloves of Blood" evokes vi…bes of violence.
James Joyce has many epiphanies in his books. Dubliners is a bunch of short stories of ppl in Dublin who have epiphanies. Another one of his books with an epiphany is Po…rtrait of an Artist as a Young Man. The main character Stephen Dedalus has an epiphany. Sorry that I dont know much detail about the specific epiphanies.
Jewish Literature can mean two distinct things: there is Holy and Religious Literature on the one-hand and Secular Literature Written by Jews on Jewish themes. Holy and Relig…ious Literature The writings of Judaism may be divided into several categories. These include: the Tanakh, the Talmud, the other works of our early sages, and the works of later Rabbis. The Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) is also called "the Written Torah," in contrast to the Oral Torah, which is the body of tradition that was handed down orally for some 1500 years, and only after that put in writing, so as not to be forgotten in times of exile. The Oral Torah is contained in the Talmud, which is a multi-volume compendium of Jewish traditions, law, history, and sayings of the early Jewish Sages. The other works of the early sages include the midrashim (expounding upon the Tanakh), and the Zohar (a mystical commentary on the Torah). The works of later Rabbis include books on Jewish outlook and belief, such as the Emunot VeDeot (8th century CE) and the Kuzari (11th century); books on halakhah (Jewish law), such as the Yad Hachazakah (12th century) and the Shulchan Arukh (16th century); books on piety, such as the Noam Elimelekh and the Mesillat Yesharim (18th century); books on ethics, such as the Maalot Hamidot and the Hafetz Chaim (19th century), and much more. Contents of the Written Torah: The Jewish holy book is the Tanakh (Jewish Bible), containing the Torah and the prophetic books. Tanakh is a Hebrew acronym of T, N, K which stands for the three parts of the Tanakh: Torah, Nevi'im (Prophets), and Ketuvim (Writings). 1) The Torah (תורה), also called the Pentateuch, is the primary Jewish holy book. It is comprised of the 5 Books of Moses (also called the Books of the Law). The Torah was given by God to Moses (Exodus 24:12), who transmitted it to the people and wrote it (Deuteronomy 31:24). 1-5: The Torah (the Five Books of Moses): • Bereshit (Genesis) • Shemot (Exodus) • VaYikra (Leviticus) • BaMidbar (Numbers) • Devarim (Deuteronomy) 2) Nevi'im (נביאים), The Prophets. The Jews see the book of Prophets as the Divinely-inspired story of their past and the relationship between God and Israel. Jewish tradition (Talmud, Bava Batra 14b) states that the prophetic books were written by the authors whose names they bear: Joshua, Samuel, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, etc. Judges is credited to Samuel, Kings was written by Jeremiah. The Prophets is comprised of a total of 8 books according to the Jewish count. 6-9: The Nevi'im Rishonim (the Early Prophets): • Yehoshua (Joshua) • Shoftim (Judges) • Shmuel (Samuel I and II) • Melachim (Kings I and II) 10-13: The Nevi'im Acharonim (the Later Prophets): • Yeshayahu (Isaiah) • Yirmiyahu (Jeremiah) • Yechezkel (Ezekiel) • Trei Asar ("The Twelve Prophets" or Minor Prophets) Books and Prophets within Trei Asar: • Hoshea (Hosea) • Yoel (Joel) • Amos • Ovadiah (Obadiah) • Yonah (Jonah) • Michah (Micah) • Nahum • Havakkuk (Habakkuk) • Zephaniah • Haggai • Zechariah • Malachi 3) Ketuvim (כתובים), Writings. The Ketuvim contains the remaining History Books: Daniel, Lamentations, and others. Jewish tradition (Talmud, Bava Batra 14b) states that the prophetic books were written by the authors whose names they bear: Daniel, Ezra, Nehemiah, etc. Ruth was written by Samuel; Lamentations was written by Jeremiah; Psalms was set in writing by King David; Chronicles was written by Ezra; Proverbs, Song of Songs and Kohellet (Ecclesiastes) were written by King Solomon; and Esther was written by Mordecai and Esther. Concerning Job, the Talmud states more than one opinion as to when it was written. The Writings consists of 11 books by the Jewish count: 14-16: The "Sifrei Emet" • Tehilim (Psalms) • Mishlei (Proverbs) • Iyov (Job) 17-21: The "Five Megilot" (Five Scrolls) • Shir HaShirim (Song of Songs) • Ruth • Eichah (Lamentations) • Kohelet (Ecclesiastes) • Esther 22-24: The rest of the Writings: • Daniel • Ezra-Nehemiah • Divrei HaYamim (Chronicles I and II) Further information: The term "Torah" can refer loosely to the entire Jewish Bible. Tradition places the sealing of the Tanakh's canon around 340 BCE. Secular Jewish Literature In the modern world, many Jews have written about Jewish experiences in a commentary on the problems in the Jewish World, such as Chaim Potok in "The Chosen" or about the ostracism Jews feel in other societies. A lot of Secular Jewish Literature is now written in the USA and Israel, but there are historical collections in Germany and the Yiddish-speaking communities of Eastern Europe. For more on Jewish Literature, please see the Related Link below.
What? I really hope you aren't asking this for a class, because those words you put down as a "Question" are hardly even english.
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The Ruined Maid by Thomas Hardy for one.
Anything written by Shakespeare
The setting is where and when the story takes place, so it could be any location and any time.
Uncle Tom's Cabin, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, and Ida May.