The author leads the reader to the understanding that one misfortune (Emily’s father controlling her private life) supported by another big one (Homer leaving Emily alone) may lead to “irreparable damage” to the morality of a person.
The works of Robert Asprey and Alan Schom are discussed in terms of their reflection of Napoleon’s biography; these are two of the numerous but nevertheless very interesting examples or it is even better to say “versions” of Napoleon’s impact into the world’s history in general and into France’s history in particular.
This quote is one of those that make people start thinking about what they do in their lives and the way they chose to do it. It has a lot to do with the conscience of a person. No matter what a man chooses to do he has two variants of doing it – doing it properly or doing it “superficially”.
Compare and Contrast
Both Shakespeare and Norman skillfully depicted the fragileness of family relations and a personal tragedy of lonely people within a family.
A film presents just of those patterns, but it still does put a tag on the book. The only thing that can reflect the book perfectly is the book itself.
The book is at many points controversial, but still its main anti-utopian line is easily seen throughout the pages.
Hawthorne clears the difference between women and men but through making this comparison he puts them on the same level and therefore considers a women to a decent “counterweight” to a man.
The concept of a family has always been one of the most important and often found topics throughout the literature works of all times.
According to Jill Tripodi and Jackie Gross it was the metropolitan culture that was so appealing to the representatives of the Lot Generation; they needed a culture in which all the values, backgrounds and beliefs had the right to exist.
The more you try to find a universal definition of love – the more you get confused with all these words you get from different people around you. The more you think you get closer to the true meaning of this feeling- the more you realize that the definition of love is probably your own, unique and sincere truth about love.