Blame Essay Topics

Blame and sympathy

As a child, Victor had a good life and he was loved and cared for by his family. When he was thirteen he was fascinated by the works of Cornelius Agrippa, which his father called “sad trash”, this only made his curiosity stronger and made the choice of being obsessed by these manuscripts “the fatal… View Article

Money madness

“Money Madness” by D. H. Lawrence is a critical evaluation of the rush after affluences that is visible all around us in this Modern Day World. Money has become a powerful player in societies of today and holds more importance than anything else in the modern day lifestyle. The poet, through his pen, has tried… View Article

Glass Castle Literary Analysis

There are six members of the Walls’ family, Rosemary, Rex, Lori, Jeanette, Brian, and Maureen. The family is obviously dysfunctional with an alcoholic father and a mother who does not want the responsibility of raising four children. Throughout the book we see the children taking on some of the basic roles of a dysfunctional family… View Article

Joan Didion essay

In the essay “On Self-Respect” by Joan Didion one is confronted by the perception of delusion and self-deception. Throughout the essay Didion uses an array of allusions, images, and diction to persuade us into comprehending the essay and what it is trying to display. The essay evaluates and condemns various allusions that help to convey… View Article

Fate or Free will Romeo and Juliet

Fate: Is it just an excuse? Excuses are something people use to clear themselves or others of the blame of their own foolish actions. In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, it is not fate, but impulsive and desperate actions that bring about the downfall of Romeo and Juliet. In the Victorian era, fate was known as… View Article

The Things They Carried Essay

Shame is a reoccuring theme throughout The Things They Carried. Shame makes people do things they don’t want to do just so they can get rid of the fear of shame. It drove soldiers to do acts they would’ve never done. Many of the characters have shame as a primary motivator. It leads them to… View Article