Over The Garden Wall Analysis – Part 2

This is the second part of my Over The Garden Wall Analysis... For Part 1 click the link Over The Garden Wall Analysis – Part 1 For Part 3 click the link Over The Garden Wall Analysis – Part 3   “All I know is I am never going back till I can make them human again.” Wirt … Continue reading Over The Garden Wall Analysis – Part 2

Shift in Spatial and Temporal Understanding in the Global World

David Greig’s play Europe opens with Sava and Katia’s arrival in a “small decaying provincial town in Europe” (4). They have travelled so long to find a place where they “can get lost” (28). Adele, a young woman who yearns to travel, aspires their liberty. The subjects of the play are still relevant to the … Continue reading Shift in Spatial and Temporal Understanding in the Global World

Gulliver’s Travel to the Laputa as a Critique of the Enlightenment Thought

    In the third part of his voyage, the narrator of Gulliver’s Travels, Lemuel Gulliver finds himself on a floating island, named Laputa. Gulliver is welcomed by the Laputans, and begins to observe their culture and lifestyle. But what is the contribution of Gulliver’s third voyage to the work’s overall satire? Each travel of Gulliver … Continue reading Gulliver’s Travel to the Laputa as a Critique of the Enlightenment Thought

Criticism of capitalism in Oscar Wilde’s “The Happy Prince”

Oscar Wilde was born as the second child of wealthy Irish Wilde family in Dublin in 1854. He went to Dublin Trinity College and then to Oxford. He published his short fiction book The Happy Prince in 1888. In his 1891 essay The Soul of Man Under Socialism, Wilde described himself as an anarchist, since … Continue reading Criticism of capitalism in Oscar Wilde’s “The Happy Prince”