The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway is an apt paradigm to apply the psychoanalytic theory. The old man’s dreams in the book are a projection of his innate desires which reflects the author’s life as well.
Though Shakespeare is known as the best playwright, he is also a versatile sonneteer. His sonnets address not only a woman but also a young man, known as the Fair Youth. His ‘Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?’ is one of the prominent sonnets that talks about this Fair Youth, a mysterious male character. Literary critics and readers throughout the years tried to decipher who exactly Shakespeare referred to but in vain. Some critics take it as an account of the sonneteer’s homosexuality. However, Fair Youth is also considered as Shakespeare’s friend.
Two bones protrude from my neck.
“Enjoy the next thirty minutes of uninterrupted listening.”
“An elephant cannot fail to find a strategy to carry its own tusks.”
– Samburu Proverb
“Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall;
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men
Couldn’t put Humpty together again.”
But is that all to it?
Can positivity be toxic? Yes. As surprising as it may sound, the truth is that there is indeed a dark side to positivity. No, I am not a negative dimwit who is in frowns and shrieks all the time. By writing this post, I am trying to oppose the idea of always making your life lookContinue reading “Can positivity be toxic?”
The real essence of content writing would be this: To express even the most complicated concepts as simple as possible. What’s it according to you?
Your idea/product/concept may be the best one. Yet, if you don’t make it connect with people through stories, none will find a reason to buy/read/bother/listen. No matter how many new channels and ways for communication arrive, nothing can beat human interaction.
It’s okay to judge books by their cover. Ideally, the main purpose of the book cover is to get judged. Isn’t it?