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White horse of Alih

ENGLISH 7- PHILIPPINE LITERATURE 7:30 – 8:55 TTHS DECEMBER 14, 2013 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON THE SHORT STORY “THE WHITE HORSE OF ALIH” & THE MOVIE “BAGONG BUWAN” A. Comparative Analysis a. Characters The White Horse of alih • Setting The story happened on July 4 th in a city with a parade of people. • …

The White Horse of Alih

Documents Homepage :: Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood in History and Society :: Ch-Co Children’s Literature Like the concept of childhood, children’s literature is very much a cultural construct that continues to evolve over time. Children’s literature comprises those texts that have been written specifically for children and those texts that children have selected to …

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If Wishes were Horses — Part One

“Better a man’s steed, than a man’s slave, master,” said the girl. “Aye,” he answered, “for there is nobility in a good horse.” — Robert E. Howard, “The Slave-Princess” The above must be the slightest, most tenuous REH quote I’ve ever used as a springboard for a post yet. I’ll be citing other references to …

If Wishes were Horses — Part Two

They of the East ride gallant steeds, And each knight wears a crown – We fight on foot as our forebears fought And we drag the riders down. — Robert E. Howard, “A Marching Song of Connacht” I’ve opened this post with the above stanza because it seems to embody a curious omission in REH’s …

Chris’s major flaw in Horses of the Night

Imagination limits reality. In “Horses of the Night”, Margaret Laurence suggests that attempts to live unconstrained by an uncontrollable circumstance using imagination as an escape can prove insufficient and detrimental. Chris, the protagonist, is born into the Great Depression, has a dream that cannot come true. Chris attempts to escape this circumstance to realize his …

The Horse And Two Goats

Nary with a distinct plot that covers themes such as clash of cultures, barriers in communication and colonialism. Throughout the story, Nary uses language to Illustrate the disparaged state of Mini and the horse statue. Mull Is described as being struck by poverty from the beginning of the story, even stating himself that ‘l am …

Rocking horse winner 2

The Hidden TruthThe plot in “The Rocking-Horse Winner” by D. H. Lawrence reveals to the reader conflicts between Paul and his mother using different levels or forms of secrecy. There are secrets hidden throughout the house that leads Paul and his mother to an unpleasant life. The first level of secrecy is the actual secrets …

If Wishes Were Horses — Part 5a: Scalplock & Sabre

The men were a strange picturesque band – tall and lean, most of them, as men become who spend their lives in the saddle. Indeed, they seemed not entirely at home on the water. They were burnt dark by the sun; beardless, their moustaches drooped below their chins; their heads were shaven except for a …

The horse dealer’s daughter

The horse dealer’s daughter D. H. Lawrences’s The Horse Dealer’s Daughter is a story of a young woman named Mabel who has recently discovered that her family has lost all of its money. This is a problem because unlike her brothers’ ability to go out in the world and earn back their money, Mabel has nowhere …

The Horse Dealer’s Daughter – Mable’s Сonflict

Conflict: Mable’s conflict is what she is struggling with inside. The simple fact that she is losing everything and has no place to go like her three brothers creates conflict between her and other characters in the story along with conflict with herself. Complication: The complication is in parts, first off in the story it …

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