Perception of Mankind: Impacts and Consequences (Perception of love #…
Perception of Mankind: Impacts and Consequences
Margaret Atwood "The Handmaid's Tale"
George Saunders "Civilwarland in Bad Decline"
In both cases, the stories have characters who are ACCEPTED by society for being a monster
Perception of love
William Shakespeare "Let me not to the marriage of true minds"
William Shakespeare "Sonnet 1"
Courtney Kampa "Baby Love"
Show how love can manipulate perception, usually for the better
Audre Lorde "Power"
Claudia Rankine "Citizen"
Involved with civil rights, aim to fight the perception of minorities, racism
Both written by women with a similar focus and drive
Creation and banishment
Stephen Crane "The Monster"
Monster in this case is originally man but morphed into something else after the aftermath of a burning building
Aeschylus "Prometheus Bound"
Prometheus painted as a monster after giving humans knowledge, Zeus can also bee seen as a monstrous tyrant
Mary Shelley, "Frakenstein"
An actual monstrous creature is created by victor and is brought to life
perception among working class
Flannery O'Connor "Good Country People"
Robert Hayden"Those Winter Sundays