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In writings, stereotypes risk simplifying characterization, but at the same time, they help enhance the characters’ traits and allow readers to relate to them more easily.
Does chauvinism or ethnocentrism ever crossed your mind when you read “Children of Hurin” by J.R.R Tolkien? How could a fantasy novel could be linked to chauvinistic beliefs? Check the answer out in this article written by Mahardhika Kusumo S.
Seemingly trippy with all of the flowers and festivals, Ari Aster’s Midsommar (2019) is actually a compelling critic on how a patriarchal society fractures women in their lives. In this piece, Tashia concerns on the way Midsommar, from an entirely different point of view, celebrates the most natural and primitive parts of the female existence herself.
Orwell describes doublethink as “the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them.”
Why are children’s literature written? Is the purpose only to amuse children or are there any other specific reasons that the author is trying to deliver?
Minorities, particularly those from a different race and background, are starting to step up to the front of the screen; taking on lead roles and stepping away from the shadows of their majority counterparts.
Hoax may send people into panic, especially during this pandemic. Sometimes the news headline is made to sound provocative to attract people to read it, so we have to be careful since it can be a hoax.