Who Is Emmahdorable?

Many online hosts use the Twitch, the live streaming video platform to broadcast a number of activities including video games, eSports competitions, creative contents, in real lifestreams, as well as music. Emmahdorable has, however, found a niche on the site by posting video games and has risen to a star status. The American Twitch star … Read more

Plot Of The Finding Forrester Movie

Finding Forrester Summary Finding Forrester is a movie about finding yourself and finding your talents no matter what others think and or do. Jamal is a 16 year old boy going to a public high school, he gets average grades and is excellent on the court. He lives his whole life believing those things until … Read more

Padmaavat or Padmavati Movie Review

Padmaavat or Padmavati Movie Review is incomplete without talking about the commotion, aggression, anger and upheaval it created. Padmavati / Padmaavat depicts the legendary, Rani Padmavati, a heroic Rajput Queen of the Hindus. The Karni Sena opposed the film and aggressively demanded a ban; from intense violent threats to the director, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, being … Read more

The Theme of Race and Human Nature in Battle Royal

The analysis and depiction of how society treats its members is a much explored one today, yet the argument that society can be cruel and hateful was highly rejected at the time of these works’ publications, which is the argument that both Ralph Ellison’s “Battle Royal” and Shirley Jackson’s “Lottery” makes. For instance, “Lottery”, which … Read more

Golden Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol: Analyzing the tribute and Pop Art Piece

Radical, mass production, pop-culture, new theories: These phrases have one thing in common. These ideas, beliefs, and ways of life were all trending and thriving during the sixties. It was time of original ideas, contemporary art forms, as well as developing ways of consuming and producing. Warhol, one of the most popular artists during this … Read more

Like Water for Chocolate: Close Reading of Chapter 5

Throughout the novel, Like Water for Chocolate, by Laura Esquivel, Tita, the struggling protagonist wages an emotional battle with herself. Given that the tale takes place in early 20th century Mexico, the concepts of uncontested familial obligations and matriarchal rule were socially accepted values. For a daughter especially, to dissent from her mother’s word was … Read more

The Philosophical Battle Of The Dark Knight 

In The Dark Knight, director Christopher Nolan incorporates characteristics of philosophical ideology, especially those concepts pertaining to existentialism. Existentialism encompasses the configuration of propositions regarding the essence of the human existence. Several philosophers have coined their own doctrines, often building off of previous ideas. Because there are common themes within existentialism, connections can be made … Read more

Analysis Of Themes In The Film ‘Fight Club’ By David Fincher

The supremacist yet spectacular film ‘Fight Club’ (1999) by David Fincher starring Brad Pitt and Edward Norton consists of various different themes such as mental illness, different realities, identity, masculinity, power, consumerism, loneliness among others. The protagonist, Jack or Tyler but most importantly the narrator is portrayed as a victim of insomnia and depression. He … Read more

An Exploration of Differing Conceptions of Love and Friendship in An Ideal Husband

Love and friendship were major themes for Society Drama during the 1890s. An established ‘stock storyline’ of the period was that of domestic life affected by a predicament, concluding in the reassertion of common ideas: fidelity, duty, forgiveness, etc. Although An Ideal Husband adopts these motifs, it also parodies them through the exaggerated conceptions of … Read more

Hardship of Black Teenagers Shift to Maturity As Described In, Battle Royal by Ralph Ellison and The Man Who Was Almost a Man By Richard Wright

In Ralph Ellison’s “Battle Royal” and Richard Wright’s “The Man Who Was Almost a Man,” two young black American teens nearing the age of adulthood in a time where their race was neglected and looked down upon struggle to understand the lessons of their youth as they each experience firsthand the consequences that follow each … Read more

Aaron as a Purely Evil Character

“The function of wisdom is to discriminate between good and evil” -Cicero- There are villainous characters throughout the history of literature that capture our utmost fears of hatred, vengeance, and psychotic behavior. The complexity of the characters one comes to adore, though, arise when abruptly, the character manifests some sort of moral condition, or provides … Read more

The Dying Who Refuse to Bury the Dead: The Virgin Suicides, the Limits of Consciousness, Death and Decay

We can’t know how another person feels. Perhaps, in an age of “empathy workshops,” this is a disappointment, but on a deeper level of human behavior it is probably both simultaneously a relief and a tragedy. “Thank heavens,” some may say, “that we do not have a responsibility to the true experiences of others, that … Read more

A Review of the Witness Movie

Movie Reflection – “Witness” After watching the movie “Witness”, I have learned how the Amish community lives on a day to day basis. Their practices and their living conditions are much different than the way we live in the modern world today. The Amish live a conservative lifestyle that is different from most of America … Read more

Personal Growth Through Taking Risks: Analysis of the Characters from What’s Eating Gilbert Grape and Black Balloon

English Persuasive Essay: Individuality and Relationships. Taking risks are essential for growth The risks we make throughout our life are essential for growth. Les Brown once said, ‘Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.’ From the hard decisions we undertake to the difficulties we face, these problems … Read more

Catch this Bowling Technique: The Hook Ball

When your first begin bowling, the bowling technique you probably use is called “straight bowling.” In this style of bowling, you simply point the ball towards the pins and shoot. While bowling this way is perfectly acceptable, and in fact, you can bowl a pretty good fame that way, if you want to get serious … Read more

The Question of Nature of Fame and Glory

“What is fame? Fame is but a slow decay ­ Even this shall pass away.” ­ Theodore Tilton The Divine Comedy, by Dante Alighieri, is a poem laden with such Christian themes as love, the search for happiness, and the desire to see God. Among these Christian themes, however, is Dante’s obsession with and desire … Read more

Defining and Defying Female Stereotypes: A Comparison of Charlotte Temple and Katniss Everdeen

In today’s society, women are frequently thought of as helpless “damsels in distress,” or that they must rely on a man to rescue them from difficult tasks. This stereotype is furthered by television, literature, and Hollywood. An article by Salma Yaqoob speaks of such stereotyping among Muslim women. She says, “The perception of Muslim women … Read more

What Does It Mean to Be an American? Analyzing the American

The American by Henry James is a masterly crafted novel that explores the differences between the American and European cultures. Through the main character, Christopher Newman, the author is able to articulate a clear and distinct criticism of American culture in that Americans have no ability to separate reality from their ideals and the Americans … Read more

The Sorrows of Young Werther and Its Reminiscence in the Austen’s Works

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s epistolary novel, The Sorrows of Young Werther, made waves in the German literary scene almost immediately upon its publication in 1774. Just five years later, the novel was translated into English, attaining a comparable level of popularity in England (Long 169). Celebrated British author Jane Austen was born in 1775, just … Read more

Representation of women and romantic expressions in Disney princess movies

With the first generation of Disney Princess movies, the manifestation and establishment of several female archetypes is distinctly obvious. These archetypes can each be defined by several similar properties, which can be analyzed according to whether they are physical attributes or personal characteristics. Such archetypes work together in an intersubjective manner, to shape the way … Read more