A Femme Fatale or a Victim: Evelyn and Judy in the Movies Chinatown and Vertigo
Chinatown directed by Roman Polanski and Vertigo directed by Alfred Hitchcock have a lot of things in common even though these are two films shot during different time frames. The two main characters in the movies, Jake and Scotty, have fallen in a trap set up by the powerful men in the towns.
A Theme of Identity Search in Angela Carter’s The Tiger’s Bride
Coming to realization that traditional fairy tales contain ideologies inherent to a patriarchal society, modern writers attempt to rewrite them according to contemporary understanding of social roles and identities.
Aristotle’s Philosophy on the Body, Mind and Soul
For a long time controversy has surrounded the relationship among the three terms of the body, mind and soul. Whereas different scholars have made efforts to study them, consensus is yet to be reached. For instance, Thomas Nagel insists on the significance of the mind because of its role in a person’s intellect.
Contemporary Literacy in Media Space
Modern world tends to implement computer science technology in every type of human activity. Nearly two decades ago people started to read, write, search, purchase and communicate on-line. The modern media technologies provided access to any library in the world.
Ernest Hemingway’s Farewell to Arms
In his novel A Farewell to Arms, Ernest Hemingway contemplates the issues of romantic relationships, war and one man’s fate in the times of deepest despair. It is a remarkable fact that the author succeeds in paying close attention to each of the aforementioned aspects.
The Silence of the Lambs Film Review
Human beings always desire to discover the hidden truth about their existence. Therefore, they may turn out as psychopaths, who have no ability to partake in love. They might decide to follow their selfish desires far from the established norms of the society. One of the things that psychopaths struggle most with is the social system of rights and wrongs.