Western Culture

The Bargaining Power In Marriage Of Chinese And Western Culture Depicted In The Movies

Facing against the adversity, western is different from eastern culture even though both of the cultures has no bargaining power. Western women tend to express their thoughts and fights for their right. On the contrary, Eastern women endure unfairness by themselves. Ada has chopped off the finger as a punishment of cheating on his husband. …

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The issues of humiliation and shame in Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss

According to Wikipedia, colonization is a process by which a central system of power dominates the surrounding land and its components. It was linked to the spread of tens of millions from Western European states all over the world. Colonization basically leads to a country to impose their own traditions, languages, customs of another country. …

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The role of the renaissance and the protestanst reformation

How accurate would it be to claim that European voyages of exploration and the establishment of European overseas empires never would have happened without the renaissance and the protestant reformation? It’s accurate to claim that the exploration conducted by the Europeans wouldn’t happen without the Renaissance and the Protestant Reformation. I am going to explain …

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The influence of Japanese woodblock prints on the work of Western artists

This essay will examine the influence of Japanese woodblock prints on the work of Western artists. More specifically, this paper will focus on the influence that ukiyo-e woodblock prints had on 3 artists, Belgian cartoonist Hergé, Canadian aboriginal Haida artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas and Dutch Post-Impressionist painter Van Gogh. These artists were chosen because they …

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Kiran Desai The Inheritance of Loss – Why are Indians so influenced by the Western culture?

Firstly, appreciation of western culture and lifestyle is one of the main themes of the book. As we know, this book represents the post-colonialism; it shows the effects of colonialism throughout this book. After the colonialism, many Indians immigrate to western countries simply because they were fascinated by other countries. The majority of Indian people …

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Life in the West world

Most novelists do not kill off half of the characters in their book to prove a point, but this one does. The tragic, bloody deaths in the novel only enforce the fact that the West was wild and could not be conquered by any one human, no matter how muchexperience or knowledge that person had. …

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The Brave Cowboy: Analyzing an Ordinary Contemporary Life

Edward Abbey’s second novel, The Brave Cowboy, is intensely critical of modern life. The book celebrates wide-open spaces and freedom through consistent comparison to an adjacent reality: the hustle and bustle of the city. As the novel continues, we experience the challenges and constraints that Abbey connects with modernity, which Abbey deems unfortunate but unavoidable. …

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Islam and West Culture

Why this rivalry between two civilization taken place as it claimed possessor of God’s final dispensation to mankind, can be observed in different ways. First of all, whether that claimant is previous or subsequent. Form a traditional Christian point of view, since christainty was the end of the process of revelation, anything subsequent was necessarily …

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A Comparison of Western Culture in Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

Marji’s Versus Western Culture On page 185 of Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis, the differences between Marji’s fundamentalist background and Western culture becomes quite obvious, as Marji struggles to adjust to the lifestyle of the local Austrians. After Marji moves to Austria, there is a sudden development in her maturity, as she is sent away from her …

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