It places an emphasis on many topics from human tragedies to tales of the ever-popular search for love.
While it is physically written in words, these words come alive in the imagination of the mind, and its ability to comprehend the complexity or simplicity of the text.
Going to uni this September, hopefully either York or Nottingham.
Excuse me, but I take HL English, and after a whole year of IB, I've never heard of the world lit essay from my teacher. I've submitted two "written tasks" on media and society, but I'm unsure if that's it.
If you were to do this question perhaps discuss whether the setting is a microcosm and whether the story could be considered a didactic (moral message to reader).
Whatever you decide to do justify your response to the question by using quotes from two or three extracts of the book (generally 1-3 page long extracts).
What are you supposed to write about in a world lit essay?
I'm doing my essay on antigone but i'm not sure what i'm supposed to write.it meant to be an argument or..?
Ultimately, literature has provided a gateway to teach the reader about life experiences from even the saddest stories to the most joyful ones that will touch their hearts.
From a very young age, many are exposed to literature in the most stripped down form: picture books and simple texts that are mainly for the sole purpose of teaching the alphabet etc.