The Modernist Elements in Virginia Woolf’s Works
This essay discusses the elements of modernism that Virginia Woolf applies in her works "A Room of One's Own", "Three Pictures" and "The Fascination of the Pool". It shows how Woolf uses techniques such as stream-of-consciousness narration and intertextuality to explore the theme of self-perception in her work.More
Adultery in Kate Chopin’s The Storm: Is it a force for good or bad in marriage?
This essay looks at the issue of adultery in marriage, as raised in Kate Chopin's story "The Storm". It argues that while there can be some negative consequences to an affair, it can also help to maintain the union and happiness of the couple.More
The harmful effects of competitive sports on children’s health and psychological development.
This essay discusses the harmful effects of competitive sports on children's health and psychological development. It argues that competition can lead to physical and psychological harm, and that it does not teach children important life skills.More