beyond which the reader will leave the field of play” (ibid., 275). Imagination is a crucial factor in both writing and reading. It is what unites the reader and the writer and it is what prevents the act of reading from becoming a boring exercise. The intertextual nature of the text reminds us of the interplay between its written and the unwritten implications. These are worked out, to a large extent, by the reader’s imagination. The reader climbs aboard the text to bring it to fruition and to resolve
Attitude dictates. It’s narratively been describe and shed on light the importance and magnificence of attitude toward our behavior, toward how we sort our life in distressed situation. Attitude is everything we do. You wake up in the morning and feel energetic while you are stretching your arms and think positively you are splashing sleeps out of your body. Attitude still rule how our day shines or burns. Attitude is monologue that one may have toward the surrounding factors. Attitude is fuel
Nowadays, no matter where, especially in Asia, plastic surgery becomes more and more popular, and it is very common also. One reasonable answer to that could be since more people feel unpleasant about their natural look, or they have been influenced by social media and the general aesthetic of society, they don’t feel waste to spend a lot of money and blood to get their ideal looks. The original idea of their aesthetic could be different in terms of they grown up in different countries, societies
History may tell us when certain events happened, and it might tell us certain angles to those events. What history does not tell us are the interesting and exiting stories that were kept silenced. This is a main theme in Andrea Levy’s reflecting essay “The writing of The long song”, publicised in 2010. In the essay we hear how Andrea Levy got her motivation and inspiration to her book “The long song”. She stumbles upon the idea, when she hears a young woman asking; how she could be proud of her
decide how we want ourselves and our children to approach it and conquer its tragedies. The question currently at hand is why issues of race and racism about more than the attitudes and behaviours of individual. We are to look at the sociological imagination of different societies, the sociological thinking that leads to the construction of identities.
likes manmade, natural, alien invasions , planetary related etc. but tends to follow the same clichéd form of narrative that Susan Sontag talks about in her article “The Imagination of Disaster”, she claims that’s that from a psychological point of view, different periods of history hasn’t seen any great difference in the imagination of a disaster but it has
to bring this ideal to life. As a result, nostalgia is frequently described as an emotional craving which could never be fully satisfied, as it is wistful of the return of a golden age that never actually existed beyond the melancholic world of imagination. Indeed, looking at it from this perspective, the sentiment does appear logically flawed, even to an extent irrational. However, if we look at nostalgia as a phenomenon which is not that much about memory but about loss, its relationship to history
Published in response to the 2009 banking and public debt crisis in the Eurozone, Jürgen Habermas makes an argument to salvage the project of European unification in his 2013 book The Lure of Technocracy. In order to prevent the European Union from slipping into a technocracy tailored to the financial markets, Habermas suggests the EU’s transformation from a pre-dominantly monetary to a truly political union. While the nation-states will maintain their independence, their national citizens must also