Literary Analysis Essay

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Literary Analysis Essay: In the fairy tales, the protagonists always gain their Snow Whites in the end and they all live happily ever after. In fact, all protagonists’ fate is decided by the narrator’s hand. Just like the literary works we have recently read, including the poems “Sunday Greens” by Rita Dove, “Sinful City” by Jaroslav Seifert and the excerpt from Like Water for Chocolate from Laura Esquivel, the characters’ fate was sealed from that moment. Therefore, the most relevant theme through three works is that fate is for those too weak to determine their own destiny. We are fated, since everything has already happened. In the poem “Sunday Greens”, the woman is living under the poverty. Here is the one that uses…show more content…
Nothing can about His rage, except the Love in last stanza: “Just then two lovers walked across the park, breathing the scent of hawthorn shrubs in flower.” The imagery is that love always finds its way in the darkness, even though each man isn’t the architect of his own fate. The God with pity is kind; He gives mankind second chance to redeem the “sins”. In conclusion, man is too weak to dare the authority of fate. It is fate that we will all die as is the fate of all living creatures. Throughout these three works of literature, authors depict readers a common theme: we have no control for our fate. The fate is decided before we are born and everything that is to come has already happened in time. Our minds are just traveling through that line at a reasonably constant rate. Hope in changing our fate is to try to learn or take another chance to fight against

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