Answered a Question in The Swimmer
All three stories depict the American family by examining devastating yet sadly common life events. Characters in all three stories...
Answered a Question in Room at the Top
The psychology behind Room at the Top is that a person, living only once, cannot know what it is that they want. A person may...
Answered a Question in Notes from the Underground
In Fyodor Dostoevsky’s novella, Notes from the Underground, the narrator (the Underground Man) treats Liza so poorly because...
Answered a Question in Fahrenheit 451
The element of the restriction of information is contained within Fahrenheit 451 through the theme of censorship. Books are...
Answered a Question in Chicken Soup with Barley
Analyzing Arnold Wesker’s play Chicken Soup with Barley is a complex task because its portrayal of the Kahn family can be...
Answered a Question in White Noise
Don DeLillo’s novel White Noise serves as a scathing commentary on American culture, particularly its rampant consumerism....
Answered a Question in Heart of Darkness
The character of Kurtz in Joseph Conrad’s novella Heart of Darkness looms large over the entirety of the story, even though...