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‘FREEDOM IS SLAVERY’ also acts as a subconscious discouragement for anyone who might desire freedom, while the third slogan, ‘IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH’, encourages the people to accept as true everything that the Party tells them, without using rational thinking. Oliver was looked after by an elderly woman in the workhouse. Pozzo and Lucky are physically linked to each other by a rope as well as by a tyrannical relationship of master and servant; Lucky is slavish and stands for the power of the mind, while Pozzo is the oppressor and represents the power of the body. There was general agreement on the virtues of asserting a social status, keeping up appearances and looking after a family. He refers to it as an artifice because it is something that he believes has to be constructed and built up again and again when it is knocked down. They imply the idea of brotherhood, the sense of belonging to mankind. Aim: To evoke rather than to state; to convey the ‘music of ideas’. It refers to an international movement which involved Western literature, music, the visual arts and the cinema in the first decades of the 20th century. Both poems deal with the poet’s role - in Digging he has an imaginary journey into memory and decides to dig up the truth with his pen, in Punishment he is more ambiguous and feels guilty in front of sectarian revenge, He cries for the end of innocence, the darkness existing within man’s soul and the death of his true friend Piggy. They influenced the style of some newspapers and novels; moreover, they contributed to giving a voice to the uneasiness of the young, which led to the students’ riots and rebellions of 1968. Nineteenth-century elements: contrast between nature and industrial towns; admiration of nature; use of a third-person narrator. The most surprising example of this is in lines 39-40. Outside the tower: From the street the two towers could be seen burning and they started to fall, the South Tower diving into the smoke. The ‘spade’ (lines 4, 15, 28); ‘gravelly ground’ (line 4); ‘digging’/‘dig’ (lines 5, 9, 24, 31); ‘potato drills’ (line 8); ‘coarse boot’, ‘lug’ (line 10); ‘rooted out’, ‘tops’ (line 12); ‘scatter’, ‘potatoes’, ‘picked’ (line 13); ‘turf’ (lines 17, 24); ‘bog’ (line 18); ‘Nicking and slicing’, ‘heaving sods’ (line 22); ‘potato mould’, ‘squelch and slap’ (line 25); ‘soggy peat’ (line 26). Part 5(lines 54-73) Description of Lucrezia’s appearance and thoughts. Dickens’s joke is that the school gives the children so many unnecessary facts that it ‘chokes’ them - not only do they not learn anything useful, but that experience actually damages them. The main theme is a critique of establishment values. The act also stated that general elections would be held at least every five years. The skull of a female pig, a victim of the collective ritual killing, becomes both a symbol of a sacrificial victim and the emblem of the forces of evil. Language is fragmented and vision is distorted. Moreover, Keats identified beauty and truth as the only true types of knowledge. his choice of subjects; They were sensual and sometimes perverse. In this exchange the girl learns that Mrs Warren chose prostitution as a trade because it offered more security and better conditions than any others which were open to her as an uneducated working-class girl. Retribution and punishment were to be found in the final chapter of the novel, where the whole texture of events, adventures and incidents had to be explained and justified. The people involved in the scene are: Keith; a woman who carried a small tricycle tight to her chest; thousands of people; the man falling sideways; Rumsey; an old man on the landing ahead; someone praying back in the line somewhere, in Spanish; a man in a hard hat (he was not going down but coming up, so he was probably one of the rescue team); firemen coming up; a woman; men with towelled heads; a woman blinded by debris; a woman calling someone’s name; a woman with her hand in the air, like running to catch a bus; two men running by with a stretcher; someone facedown; and a man falling from the tower. The philosophers who influenced the literature of the time were the French Auguste Comte and the German Karl Marx. Her technique is based on the fusion of streams of thought into a third-person, past tense narrative. Abdication: The popular young king, Edward VIII, who had succeeded his father George V, wanted to marry a twice divorced American woman. D Wish for repentance and purification Lines 23-25. It was an age of heroism and brutality, triumph and suffering, courage and cowardice. The language of sense impressions plays an important role in his art. Another influence can be found in the English Romantic poets. Part 2(lines 20-32) The main event: Oliver asks for more food. Highlighted in light blue: Jekyll’s wish to separate the two different identities of his soul, Pink words: the composition and preparation of the drug, Blue words: the immediate effects of the drug Orange words: the second effects of the drug. He is strapped upright in a chair and cannot even move his head because a sort of pad grips it from behind. Highlighted in green: a metaphor: the change taking place in everyone’s life after 1963 is compared to a game that cannot be lost. As Mr Gradgrind tries to turn children into little machines, Mr Bounderby treats the workers in his factory as emotionless objects that are easily exploited for his own self-interest. The Republican George H.W. They subconsciously wish to usurp their father and become their mother’s lover. The conflicts and contradictions of blackness; the question of racial identity. They do not have a title. 1842 The surgeon Crawford Williamson Long was the first to use ether as an anaesthetic during an operation in Georgia. November 2008 marked a unique moment in American history: the Democrat Barack Hussein Obama became the 44th US President. Changes within society should also be highlighted. Edgar J. Watkiss said it was the Prime Minister’s car (lines 36-37). He is first of all a writer of comedy of manners who is interested in the society of his time; the technique of irony is reminiscent of Jane Austen’s. Although she had withdrawn from society after Prince Albert’s death in 1861, Queen Victoria still remained an important figure. Because he expressed the national pride and the love of order of the Victorians, the conventional sentimentality of the middle class, and the optimistic belief in the progress of mankind. Paragraph 6: Winston’s mood, his distaste for the living conditions in London and his (vain) attempt to remember what London was like during his childhood. A she risked her life for something she believed in. Their language is argumentative, objective and colloquial. The reader also perceives a core of honesty and moral firmness in Nick. It conveys a feeling of destruction and death and points out the quality of this destruction, which is linked to fire and hell. Good essays will contain details of films, novels, poems or paintings that the students have seen or read and their reaction to them. This was an ideal situation for the wealthy, as they had complete control of the lower social classes and of the labour market. What conflict did he experience? He is honourable and extremely courageous; he cannot overcome the forces he confronts but he provides an example of honourable behaviour by facing death or terrible danger with dignity. Paragraph 3: The telescreen inside Winston’s flat. C These children have become puppets in the hands of adults. The characterisation in her novels draws on psychological introspection; the development of a theme often implies acute political analysis and social documentation. Though contradictory by definition, they are both accepted as correct, simultaneously, by the citizens of Oceania. Third Reform Act (1884) -> extension of the franchise to all male householders, including miners, mill-workers and farm labourers. Because he was not as old and ugly as wicked people always were in her opinion. It led to the arrest and punishment of white officials who had been responsible for several killings during a rubber-collecting expedition in 1903. He is angry at everyone and everything, at his wife’s not being angry and at her lack of interest. dramatic monologues Morte d’Arthur presents King Arthur’s knights and their brotherhood destroyed by the absence of a true leader. The poet uses words such as ‘bargaining’, ‘wrangle’ and ‘shame’ to refer to the often squalid, hypocritical nature of loveless marriages. He was brought up by hand. The connection between rage and dignity is clear: as long as man can keep the sense of injustice, he will never run the risk of losing his dignity. They refer to some sort of special smell or ‘stink. The Americanness of the novel is emphasised by such themes as the move from West to East; the confrontation between the romantic ideals of courage, honour and beauty, and the corrupt world of greed and money; the relationship between Gatsby’s material achievements and the myth of going ‘from rags to riches’; the tremendous growth of the car industry; the corrupting effects of Prohibition; the poverty of spiritual life in America during its most hedonistic decade. However, he undergoes an extraordinary transformation in the course of the novel. India suffered regional and religious tensions and saw a rising support for the Nationalist Congress Party; the Government of India Act in 1935 established self-government at a provincial level. She is unconventional but fragile and finally accepts the rules of society even if they make her unhappy. She dealt with the eternal issues of life: death and loss, love and desire, time, fear, sorrow, despair, God, nature and man’s relation to the universe. It gave shape to the modern consciousness and contributed to express the nature of modern experience through creative forms of experimentation. It was inspired by these deaths and atrocities. He is the knight from the Grail legend; he moves through London and a post-war Central Europe, which has been deprived of its spiritual roots. Examples: ‘Silence’ and ‘Pause’ in the stage directions, the use of ellipses in lines 1, 18, 30, 34. It was this habit which led to a rapid spread of the disease, according to Doctor Snow. It stands for the inner world of the characters. They give information about facial expressions, gestures and tone of voice. Eveline’s present is linked to dust and to grey. She has her own personal reasons for hating Vellya’s son as he was present at the protest march where she was humiliated. He does not blame any of the parts, not even Alec. The practice of selling children and the issue of their poor miserable condition can be found in Oliver Twist. The older, independent Clara, especially, is a failed maternal substitute for Paul. Examples: lines 82-89. The passage from a state of innocence to that of experience has brought about this change in their life. Modernity was praised but there was a revival of Gothic and Classicism in art. While Bernard is able to understand what will happen and wants to be involved to prevent violence, Jeremy seems detached and even when he tries to defend Bernard, he does not seem convinced and in vain looks for help from the soldiers. Optimists believed that the benefits of progress could be reached without altering the traditional social organisation or destroying the beauty of the countryside; they wanted to find a corresponding attitude in poets and to be told that modern life was as susceptible to romantic behaviour as the remote legends of King Arthur or the Italian Renaissance. Lines 1-2, 4-5, 84-87. Aim: To express a note of radical protest against the Movement poets. Concentrate on the main character, Jimmy Porter. What does he think is the only way to escape torture? Highlighted in yellow: the setting in time and place: it is a late afternoon in summer, at a florist’s in London, Highlighted in grey: words and phrases describing Miss Pym, the florist, and conveying her opinion of and behaviour towards Mrs Dalloway, Pink words: the main event in the passage is a violent explosion due to the bursting tyre of a car driving along Bond Street. What techniques have they used? The other female character, Helena, is from the upper class. State what ‘epiphany’ is. Second paragraph. Go through the text and underline with different colours any exaggerations and absurd elements linked to the world of the children and to that of the adults. It was won by Britain. They sat and waited (lines 20-21); they went to the relief offices and came back sadly (line 33); they began to beg for food, to steal and to lie (lines 45-47, 51-52, 58-59); the hunger and the fear bred anger (line 58), and anger turned into wrath (lines 78-80). The term ‘Beatnik’ was created by a journalist of the San Francisco Chronicle in 1958. He is obtrusive since he openly intervenes in the narration (lines 35-40, 63-64). It was an ‘in-or-out’ referendum Cameron had promised if he won the 2015 election and which was held in 2016. The lieutenant’s understanding of how meaningful his love for Catherine is overwhelms any consideration about abstract ideals such as honour, enabling him to escape from the war and return to her. Highlighted in pink: Jeremy’s behaviour: he is worried about Bernard’s health and does not want to get involved in the fight. Both views see in Moby Dick the embodiment of the invisible forces of nature. In fact, while he was very good at reading on his own but found it hard to read in front of his classmates, other pupils in his class were good at oral presentations but had difficulty in reading a text on their own or in following lectures. The war left Britain in a disillusioned and cynical mood. The name that was following Klara around is ‘the Bag Lady’, which is an unpleasant label meaning someone who lives out of bags, in other words someone who is dressed in second-hand clothes and takes little care of their appearance. It refers to food. Death: Emily and Anne died very young of consumption: Emily in 1848 and Anne in 1849; Charlotte died in 1855 probably of an illness due to pregnacy. Did Jude agree with her? Both in the past and in the present the man is sitting with his lover Porphyria (note the use of the personal pronoun ‘we’ in lines 28-29). They connote the very horrid nature of the man, who is also ironically referred to as ‘my gentleman’ by Mr Enfield. The simplest is that Hester does not behave with the shame expected by the crowd. Ireland: The Sinn Féin party set up an independent Parliament in Dublin in 1919. It’s a duty’ (lines 28-29); ‘remarkable man’ (lines 56, 72, 76). British power was threatened by emerging European economies, Britain’s supremacy at sea was contrasted by the Germannavy, King Edward VII’s diplomacy created a new alignment ofEuropean countries, The Welfare State began through a series of measuresagainst sickness and unemployment, The House of Lords could not reject a bill about money, The Suffragettes held marches so as to gain support totheir cause, Austria attacked Belgrade after the assassination of FranzFerdinand by a Serbian nationalist. Dickens shows the hypocrisy of the ‘fine lady’ who enjoys these things but despises the place where they are made, and describes the town and its people negatively, which is the total opposite of anything elegant or comfortable. At this moment Heathcliff has understood himself to be deserted; the two are separated, and the transgressor who will ‘meet the fate of Milo’ is Catherine herself. Highlighted in yellow: the use of repetition, Highlighted in pink: the presence of a refrain Highlighted in grey: the few poetic images in the poem, Highlighted in green: images and objects belonging to everyday life prevail in the poem, Highlighted in light blue: contrasting images upon which the poem is built: (line 2) ‘mansions’/‘holes’ = it refers to the gap between the rich and the poor; (lines 11-12) ‘officially dead’/‘still alive’ = the refugees are considered dead by the government of their country but they are alive in body; (lines 23-24) the contrast between the love showed towards pets and the hostility felt towards the refugees; (lines 26, 36) the contrast between the freedom of fish and birds and the persecution against the refugees. Tony Blair wanted the Labour Party to reflect the diversity of the British population, Britain supported the Bush administration in its war on terrorism and London became the target of terrorist attacks, Gordon Brown replaced Blair after he resigned in 2007, The leader of the Conservative Party David Cameron became Prime Minister in 2010 and in the following years Euroscepticism was represented by the UK Independence Party, Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Diamond Jubilee in 2012 Scotland voted to remain part of the UK in 2014, The Brexit referendum established that Britain would leave the EU. He misses home and the autumn days, he is afraid and tense because his knees are shaking, he is emotionally affected by Darrel’s death, he is full of anger and fear at the same time, goes wild for a cigarette, is too tired to write, is surprised at killing a V.C. Stephen’s reaction, which is described in physical terms (lines 38-41), reveals intense emotion and excitement. Her love for Edgar will change with time, just as the trees and leaves change from one season to another. so easily and feels lucky to be alive. Part 2(lines 41-67) Marlow sees the shapes of black men dying below the trees. Television was the broadcasting revolution of the postwar years. Lines 73-76: whether Eveline’s father accepted the young man; Eveline’s father quarrelled with him since he distrusted sailors. The increase in the output of women writers in the Victorian Age is surprising considering the state of subjection of women at the time, but it is less so if one remembers that the majority of novelbuyers and readers were women. It reproduces the rhythm of spoken language, it gives pace to the poem by stressing ‘to be’. Choose from among the following. His death marks the end of civility and rationality in the novel. The most urgent inter-war issue was unemployment and the gap between North and South took on a new dimension: the once powerful industrial North became depressed and challenged by new growing automobile, chemical and electrical goods industries in the South and the Midlands. A revival of puritanical attitudes banned the manufacture and sale of alcohol. He suffered from poor health. Therefore Hardy’s Wessex transcends topographical limits, combining the imaginative experience of the individual with a sense of man’s place in the universe. Public life Women became increasingly involved as leaders in campaigns against prostitution, as teachers and as volunteer charitable workers. He could not draw his arm back because the hand clung on to it. 2.She is a second-class mother: she has money, so she entrusts Vivie’s education and upbringing to the people whose business it is to make distinguished scholars and proper young ladies. In this context the family and the idea of brotherhood have a saving power - it is not genetics but loyalty and commitment to one another that establishes true kinship. The most important features of Joyce’s works James Joyce • Although Joyce chose to leave Ireland, it is the setting of most of his works, especially Dublin, seen from the point of view of a European, not of an Irishman. He had no sense of pace or rate’ (line 39); ‘He could not find himself in the things he saw and heard’ (lines 80-81); ‘Then he saw a shirt come down out of the sky. This voice appears occasionally among the subjective thoughts of the characters. It is identified with a codified set of actions which gives man the measure of his control over events. They showed that these people were used to getting drunk. Women who have a turn for music, or the stage, or newspaper-writing can get the money to keep themselves dressed as well. Concept of time. Moreover, in his use of a ‘mask’, Hughes did not merge with the external world in general, but with his ethnic group, becoming the poet of the black masses. Is there any action in the usual sense of the term? Amina Sinai A rich woman who is in labour in the same hospital as Vanita and is having a nightmare. His betrayal of Julia occurs precisely because physical pain eliminates the possibility of defending emotional conviction. Disadvantages: It may prove complex, obscure, slow. Compact Performer - Culture & Literature 2. Whose points of view are adopted in the two parts of the extract? The most famous Pop artists were Roy Lichtenstein (1923-97), Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008), Andy Warhol (1928-87) and Jasper Johns (1930-). These spaces are at once attractive and threatening to them. the new image of the poet. Examples: lines 38-43, 63-73. The novel also explores some of the major events of late 20th-century European history. The singer talks of his girlfriend as an angel who adds life and brightness to his world, who lifts him up when he is down and gives him ‘drink’ (meaning life) when he is thirsty. Stage directions: Absence of any scenery effects. The room teaches Winston that when faced with his greatest fear, he would be willing to sacrifice anything - love, dignity, loyalty - in order to escape it. Lord of the Flies also hints at the savagery in the Western coloniser. The journey, which is a symbol of the escape from the city and from one’s own past. His views: ‘he wasn’t a scab or odd in his views’ (line 9), ‘he held the proper opinions’ (line 23). It is the contrast between the baby’s short, meaningless life and the eternity and vastity of the universe. It is concerned with a breaking through beyond the self, metaphysical and impersonal (lines 125-127). Hammett builds up his plot mainly on action. It was only on 31st August 1994 that Sinn Féin, the IRA’s political wing, announced a ceasefire. what the ego represents; It represents the conscious mind, since it includes the thoughts, memories and the emotions a person is aware of. It is conventional and echoes the eternal triangle theme. In this respect the baby represents man’s littleness before insensible chance. B Man’s life is regulated by chance and as such it cannot be changed. Patriotism and the glory of war. The reasons for America’s entry into the war can be found in the attacks the German submarines were making on American ships. It turns out to be a superficial one since she dare not take risks and gives Frank ‘no sign of love or farewell or recognition’ (line 121) as he urges her to follow. They would be scrubbing floors for one and sixpence a day and they would have nothing to look forward to but the workhouse infirmary (lines 60-62). Some authors have chosen to write in English because, although born in another country - often in an ex-colony or a Commonwealth country -, they have been educated and live in Britain. They both would like to understand the meaning of their behaviour, The issue of ‘connection’ and the importance of personal relationships, the need for tolerance, good temper and sympathy. Connotation: Wild character and love of freedom. He pointed out that reality was indeed the construction of individual consciousness through individual responsibility and self-control. Rhyme: The lines rhyme but they do not follow a regular pattern. Myrtle’s husband finds out that the car which killed her is Gatsby’s, so he shoots him in his pool. He lived unconventionally, pursuing sensation and excess, and cultivating art and beauty. They are two young men, Jack Worthing and Algernon Moncrieff; the girls the two men wish to marry, Gwendolen Fairfax and Cecily Cardew; Cecily’s governess, Miss Prism; and Gwendolen’s mother, Lady Bracknell. Zanichelli » Catalogo » Spiazzi, Tavella, Layton – Performer B2 (Performer First Tutor 2/E) Che cos'è l'ebook? -> The 1906 general election was won by the Liberals, who were divided into two groups: those who supported the traditional liberal values of laissez-faire and self-help, and those who supported New Liberalism. Stanza 6 The speaker understood she was riding. cultural provincialism and British insularity. the darkness of Africa in opposition to the white European civilisation; the violence and brutalities that the colonisers committed in Africa; the horror of life and the universe in general. Max’s father had to work to go to college. Thousands of businessmen were ruined, and millions of common people who had invested their savings in shares found themselves facing debt and ruin. Why did she feel different from the other women of the Bottoms? He experimented with language all his life but tried to avoid obscurity. In 1914 Joyce wrote most of his naturalistic drama Exiles. They keep moving around the table to a new set of places. Why do you think he chose to talk about the young girl? The theme of psychic mind control manifests itself in the Party’s manipulation of the body: Orwell consistently argues that physical pain and the sense of physical danger can override human reason. The most important character of the Indian community is the Muslim doctor Aziz. Other subjects, such as religion, terrorism, death and the meaning of life, are dealt with but never resolved. Their plane, while en route, crashed and all the adults were killed. They also conceived literature as a vehicle to correct the vices and weaknesses of the age. F He had an agreement with his Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown, that he would resign at least a year before another election. The story is in fact concerned with the effects of both the Dark Continent and Kurtz on Marlow. What he says about war: ‘There is nothing worse than war’ (line 3); defeat is nothing but going back home (line 5); the enemies cannot take the homes and the sisters of all the defeated, nor hang all the defeated soldiers (lines 7-8, 11); war is made by all those people who are afraid of their officers (lines 15-18); ‘There is no finish to a war’ (line 20); war is not won by victory, but it ends when one side stops fighting (lines 23-27); everybody hates war (lines 29-30); the class that controls the country wants this war for stupidity (line 34). The speaker is mentally alienated, cool, murderous and pitiless. No, there are no actions in the usual sense of the term. the dominant trends: individualism and pluralism, even if some novelists share particular themes and techniques in their work neo-realism: the 1950s were characterised by the appearance of neo-realism, a trend which worked against Modernism and led to social protest, the ‘Angry Young Men’: in the late 1950s and early 1960s the ‘Angry Young Men’ portrayed a conflict-ridden everyday reality through the figure of a young hero, who was usually provincial and lower-middle- or working-class in origin, and who tried to climb the social ladder at the expense of some established values and figures, magic realism: magic realism mingles the realistic with the unexpected and the inexplicable; elements of dream, fairy story or mythology are combined with everyday reality, the dystopian novel: horror of the present and fear of the future concerned writers such as William Golding, who, in his novel Lord of the Flies (1954), expressed his view of the thinness of the protective civilised layer keeping man from barbarism and the brutal annihilation of his own kind, contemporary women writers: contemporary women writers are not only interested in portraying female personal life, but also in questioning large-scale social or intellectual problems, the present scene: the present scene is varied and rich, main representatives: Samuel Beckett, Harold Pinter and Tom Stoppard, theme: the absurdity of the human condition, style: debasement of language; seldom recognisable characters aim: to express the anguish of modern man, style: conventional form; logical plot; outspoken language aim: to criticise and reject the establishment, theme: working-class urban life style: realism, main representatives: Edward Bond and Caryl Churchill, aims: to analyse issues at a social rather than metaphysical level; to bring about a change in working-class consciousness, themes: Irishness; getting free from the ghosts of Irish history, style: away from conventional characterisation towards theatrical improvisation #*aim: to break up the old models and reshape the past. There are references to sight, hearing, smell and touch but the prevailing sense is sight. It has been reduced to the fulfilment of mere instincts and physical desires. Restoring demand to the iron and steel industries began with rearmament in 1936. The bombing attack is described in details and in a glittering way. He is Tiresias, the Theban prophet from Sophocles’s plays who experienced blindness and the life of both sexes, and, as such, suffers with the women he observes. It emphasises the flatness of the plane and it does not try to harmonise lines, shapes and colours. Traditionally, light is associated with calm, peace, beauty and good. What do the oppositions (‘understand’/‘revenge’, ‘civilized’/‘connive’) in the last four lines underline? If they are not, then they should be able to explain that, perhaps, the setting is too extreme and the dialogue unbelievable or unnatural.

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