Commodification of Time in Michael Ende’s Momo

 Materialization of time and remarks of consumerism in Michael Ende’s Momo   Momo is a homeless girl, who runs away from orphanage to an uncertain city where Momo takes place. The plot mainly adopts Momo’s adventures of gaining the stolen time back from the time-thieves, who are called  “The Grey Gentlemen”. Those Gentlemen continue to … Continue reading Commodification of Time in Michael Ende’s Momo

Over The Garden Wall Analysis – Part 1

For Part 2 click the link  Over The Garden Wall Analysis – Part 2 For Part 3 click the link Over The Garden Wall Analysis – Part 3 Over The Garden Wall is a ten episodes miniseries of Cartoon Network, created by Patrick McHale and based on Patrick McHale’s 30 minute animated short Tome of The … Continue reading Over The Garden Wall Analysis – Part 1

First Person Point of View in “The Black Cat” by Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe & His Works and Narration Edgar Allan Poe, who is popular for his gothic stories, is known as one of the best user of  “ Unreliable Narrator[1] ” thanks to his famous stories which have a first person narrator. “The Black Cat” was published in 1843 in the Saturday Evening Post which … Continue reading First Person Point of View in “The Black Cat” by Edgar Allan Poe

Commentary on Iago from William Shakespeare’s Othello

William Shakespeare’s Othello is about the destruction of the title character, Othello, by a cunning schemer named Iago. Through the play, Iago gradually succeeds in turning people against each other. Iago is a very impressive character not only because Shakespeare has written a dimensional antagonist but also because Iago is very menacing and deceitful with … Continue reading Commentary on Iago from William Shakespeare’s Othello