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The Grass Is Singing Movie (Killing Heat)

The Grass Is Singing Movie (Killing Heat) 

"Thank you Dr. Ghada, the one who taught me how to read, live and love a novel!"

This is the movie of the novel "The Grass Is Singing" by Doris Lessing which revolves around the story of the rise and downfall of Mary and Dick Turner. The Turners are an impoverished white  family living in a UK-colonized Southern Africa. During the story many themes appear and dominate the scene such as theme of racism and racial discrimination; and theme of Mary's madness and her irreconcilable state alongside the Turners' being an impoverished, doomed white family in a whites-dominated society heading towards capitalism. It is a story of conflict,sociology, hierarchical struggle,oppression, racism, psychology and human sensibilities. 

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Full Analysis of the Character of Polonius in Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Full Analysis of the Character of Polonius in Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Polonius is a superficial, silly man. As a father, he is indifferent to his daughter Ophelia to the extent that he was described by Hamlet as a “fishmonger” or a pimp who prostitutes his own daughter. He is proud of his eloquence and lengthy speeches. He is a man of self-contradiction. On his first scene with Ophelia, we see him giving her what-seems-to-be fatherly advice on how to be careful in dealing with Hamlet and how to keep her honour and virtue. He tells her not to believe Hamlet’s words because his words and his vows are but a trap with which to catch and destroy Ophelia’s reputation. Those words are contradicted when Polonius meets with the King. The man who once seemed virtuous and caring for his daughter is the same man telling the king that he will “loose” his daughter to Hamlet and that they, him and the King, shall watch from behind a curtain!

       That is why Hamlet would call him later a “fish-monger”. Ironically enough, Polonius, who is obsessed with words and his sense of eloquence, could not understand the meaning of Hamlet’s description of him whose intended meaning is “flesh-monger” or pimp.

       So far, the image which one gets of Polonius at the beginning of the play, as a wise, caring father who gives his son and daughter advice in life, is completely destroyed at the scene in which he reveals how well he use and exploit his daughter to lure Hamlet. In doing so, he is using his daughter as bait.

       Despite the above being stated, Polonius is the epitome (=example) of the traditional father. He tasks one of his son’s mates with spying on his son, Laertes, and to inquire on his behaviour in France. Also, before the departure of his son, he gives him a number of valuable rules and advice in life.

      He tells his son: “Don’t say what you’re thinking, and don’t be too quick to act on what you think. Be friendly to people but don’t overdo it. Once you’ve tested out your friends and found them trustworthy, hold onto them. But don’t waste your time shaking hands with

Full Analysis of the Character of Fortinbras in Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Full Analysis of the Character of Fortinbras in Shakespeare’s Hamlet
by M. Zayed

First of all, young Fortinbras is the prince of Norway and the son of the late King of Norway Fortinbras. His father was defeated to Hamlet's father in the wars between the two kingdoms of Denmark and Norway led by Old Hamlet on the one hand and Old Fortinbras on the other hand with the result that King Hamlet had defeated and killed King Fortinbras in the battlefield and conquered his lands. The name of Fortinbras is mentioned in five occasions throughout the play.

The first remark about Fortinbras is made in act one by King Claudius. Shortly after Claudius becomes the new king after the murder of his brother, King Hamlet, Claudius has to deal with the problem of young Fortinbras. Young Fortinbras wants to avenge the killing of his father and to restore his father’s lost lands which he had lost to Old Hamlet. 

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A Full Course on the Basics of English Poetry

A Full Course on the Basics of English Poetry

-       What is poetry?  
(Ancient Greek: ποιεω (poieo) = I create)
Poetry is a literary work in which the expression of feelings and ideas is given intensity by the use of distinctive style and rhythm in the form of a ‘poem’.
-         Poetry and rhetoric  
Rhetorical devices such as simile and metaphor are frequently used in poetry. Indeed, Aristotle wrote in his Poetics that "the greatest thing by far is to be a master of metaphor".