Home Tags Literary Criticism

Tag: Literary Criticism

Wolf Hall analysis by Hilary Mantel

Wolf Hall Critical Analysis: A Historical Reconstruction of Tomas Cromwell’s Image by Hilary Mantel

Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel, was considered as best fiction work published after 2000 by The Guardian. TimeSpek has also compiled a list of 50 best novels of the 21st century...
Poster of Brick Lane an imperialist and In the light of what we know

Expansion Nationalism: Neo-colonialism in In The Light of What We Know and Brick...

This chapter explores the basic understanding of neo-colonialism which is a very crucial practice over the century. Neo-colonialism and nationalism are deeply connected to each other and this can be as Expansion Nationalism. If...
Cover of two novel and Brick Lane festival

Long-distance Nationalism in Brick Lane and In The Light of What We Know

In twenty first century, the concept of nationalism has taken various forms because of the globalized and geopolitical issues where long-distance nationalism or diasporic nationalism becomes one of the most important and focused nationalistic form in...
covers of In The Light of What We Know and Brick Lane

Nationalism in Diaspora Literature: In The Light of What We Know and Brick Lane...

Nationalism is such a critical concept of understanding our own value and it contains huge amount of facts and minor conception. Conceptualizing the basic understanding of nationalism needs many things to be considered. Community,...
Christian Missionary in Things Fall Apart by Chnua Achiba

Christian Missionary as Colonial Institution in Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart”

The literal description of Igboland and the people in the community gives us the sense of a vibrant and cultural society in Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart which is often denied...