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RELIGION AND LITERATURE: CONTRIBUTIONS TO A DIALOGUE By Thomas Daffern
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This essay considers the complex ways in which religion and literature overlap. It is written by someone deeply involved in the practice of literature, as a poet of many years, as well as a teacher... More > and academic specialist in the history and philosophy of religions, especially in relation to peace and conflict. This succinct essay is the fruit of some 30 years of deep reflection and thought on a subject of profound importance to the direction humanity chooses to guide our lives today and in the future. Many of the great religions of mankind are based on texts - how are we understand their relative merits and significance ? What criteria can we use ? Ethical or Aesthetic ? Religions also use analogy and metaphor to express their versions of truth, as does poetry and literature - but do religion and literature share a common understanding of truth, or differ in their expectations ?< Less
RELIGION AND LITERATURE: CONTRIBUTIONS TO A DIALOGUE By Thomas Daffern
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This essay considers the complex ways in which religion and literature overlap. It is written by someone deeply involved in the practice of literature, as a poet of many years, as well as a teacher... More > and academic specialist in the history and philosophy of religions, especially in relation to peace and conflict. This succinct essay is the fruit of some 30 years of deep reflection and thought on a subject of profound importance to the direction humanity chooses to guide our lives today and in the future. Many of the great religions of mankind are based on texts - how are we understand their relative merits and significance ? What criteria can we use ? Ethical or Aesthetic ? Religions also use analogy and metaphor to express their versions of truth, as does poetry and literature - but do religion and literature share a common understanding of truth, or differ in their expectations ?< Less
Literature Help: The Perks of Being a Wallflower By Students' Academy
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Charlie is a very intelligent boy, mature than his years. He is a deep thinker but his thoughts are mostly unconventional. At the very beginning of the novel, it is disclosed that Charlie is very... More > shy and he is also not popular. It is said that the author took about five years to create and develop the characters. Chbosky is said to have collected all other aspects of the story from his own memories. Introversion, adolescence, sexuality, and drug addiction are some of the important themes of the novel. Literature Help: The Perks of Being a Wallflower Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: History and Background Chapter Three: Plot Overview Chapter Four: Characters Chapter Five: Complete Summary Chapter Six: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Cold Sassy Tree By Students' Academy
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The story is set in Georgia, in the United State. There is a fictional town of Cold Sassy. This fictional town is said to be based on the city of Harmony Grove now called Commerce in the year... More > 1906. The story revolves around the life of Will Tweedy, a fourteen years old boy. Death, religion, social taboos, etc. are some of the most prominent themes which the story explores. Literature Help: Cold Sassy Tree Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Companion: Go Tell It On the Mountain By History World
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“Go Tell It on the Mountain” by James Baldwin was first published in 1953. It is a semi-autobiographical novel. When it was first published, it was highly acclaimed by the contemporary... More > critics and the literary circles around the world. The story explores the African-American society and the role of the Christian Church in their lives. The novel examines the Christian Church as a source of repression and moral hypocrisy. However, it also presents the Christian Church as a source of inspiration and community in the lives of the African-Americans. Literature Companion: Go Tell It on the Mountain Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Part Three Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Companion: A Lesson Before Dying By History World
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The book brought the author both name and fame. Gaines was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for the second time. The book was eventually recognized in American fiction after four years of its... More > publication. Oprah Book Club adopted the novel in the year 1997 and it soon became a national bestseller. The story of the novel has also been adapted into a television movie. It is regularly used in book clubs and English courses not only in the United States but also in most of the English speaking countries. Literature Companion: A Lesson Before Dying Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Point of View and Setting Chapter Four: Characters Miss Emma Chapter Five: Summary of the Novel Chapter Six: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Companion: Mrs. Warren's Profession By History World
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In the United States, in New York, after the first performance of “Mrs. Warren’s Profession”, the police arrested the house manager. The arrest was made on the charge of disorderly... More > conduct. It was surprising that all the actors who had acted in the first performance of the play were ordered to appear in court. The house manager and the actors were eventually acquitted, but the play was not allowed to continue after its first performance on the opening night. “Mrs. Warren’s Profession” has been revived on Broadway five times since its first enactment in the United States. Literature Companion: Mrs. Warren's Profession Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Act One Act Two Act Three Act Four Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: The Trials of Brother Jero By Students' Academy
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“The Trials of Brother Jero” by Wole Soyinka was first published in the year 1964. The very first enactment of the play was organized by Farris Belgrave Productions. The play first... More > premiered at the Greenwich Mews Theatre in New York City in the year 1967. “The Trials of Brother Jero” is considered as Wole Soyinka’s most popular play, highly admired by both audiences and reviewers. The play also satirizes on several obvious social and political shortcomings in Nigeria in the early 1960s. Wole Soyinka deals with each issue very thoughtfully and the satire used by him is highly effective. Literature Help: The Trials of Brother Jero Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: A Long Way Gone By Students' Academy
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“A Long Way Gone” by Ishmael Beah was first published in 2007. Ishmael is now a very popular author from Sierra Leone. The book “A Long Way Gone” is a memoir. It portrays the... More > experiences of the author as a child soldier. The book provides the firsthand account of the author’s early life when he was a child soldier during the 1990s while the civil war was on in Sierra Leone. When Beah was only 12 years old, he ran away from his native village. He left the village after it had been attacked by the rebels. After that he was never reunited with his immediate family. Sierra Leone was a war filled country in those days. The young boy wandered from place to place, trying to get some place somewhere. Eventually, he was compelled to join an army unit. Literature Help: A Long Way Gone Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Main Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Coming of Age In Mississippi By Students' Academy
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Anne Moody is a well-known figure today. She is popularly known for two things: she had taken part as one of the students demanding service at the famous Woolworth’s lunch counter sit-in in... More > Jackson, Mississippi, and the other is her famous autobiography “Coming of Age In Mississippi.” Her book “Coming of Age In Mississippi” is considered as one of the classic autobiographies of American literature. Anne Moody, during the civil rights movement, was the direct voice of the most oppressed rural blacks, whereas most of the other black leaders such as Martin Luther King, Jr. and W. E. B. Dubois were middle-class or rich people. Literature Help: Coming of Age In Mississippi Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less

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