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Macbeth is essentially a moral man with ambition but his wife and the witches are totally immoral and will stop at nothing to get their way. In the play he feels like a pawn struggling to be free and that closely reflects how many feel when confronted with the temptations of life. Lady Macbeth is psRead more
Because in her novels we find mostly female as protagonists. The female protagonists are the moral centres, while most of the male characters either remain apathetic or indulge in destructive violence. And in her novels women are shown as being oppressed and used as a commodity. They are the one whoRead more
The story highlights the virtues of hard work, honesty, resolution, compassion, humility and commitment. The theme of loss and death is also woven into the story with both Mr Gessler and his brother died in the story. However, the idea of honest work’s pay and dedication to quality work is celebrateRead more
The story celebrates the theme of love and that love always conquers hate and distrust. The characters sketches strong realistic personalities and human traits of compassion, affection, selfishness, insecurities, doubt etc. The title speaks about ‘Angels’ and characters of young Maggie and the ThompRead more
‘Hearts and Hands’ by O. Henry explores various ideas from pretense, identity, independence, and honesty. Through the character of Easton, the author highlights how the human psyche works on appearances and how people can manipulate their appearances to manipulate others. It also comments on the livRead more