Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Calvino, Endings, and Women A Look at If on a Winter’s Night a Traveller - Literature Essay Samples

In Italo Calvinos If on a Winters Night a Traveller, we see how Calvino attempts to compare the reading of a novel to a man pursuing a woman. In this text, the reader takes on the role of a male protagonist attempting to read a book. Along the way, the protagonist meets a female reader, whom he begins to pursue throughout the rest of the novel. This pursuit mirrors the interactions between us, as the reader, and the text. As we read, we are drawn in by narrative beginnings. While this interpretation may at first seem sexist or misrepresentative of female readers, further analysis will reveal the validity of this claim. In this novel, Calvinos main goal is to examine the readers experience. By portraying this as a romantic encounter, we can draw important conclusions about the readers experience. While it may appear that Calvino only values the masculine experience of the reader, this comparison will prove to enrich the understanding of the relationship between the text and the reader as we discover how Calvinos novel is more in line with female pleasure. In Earl G. Ingersolls book Waiting for the End: Gender and Ending in the Contemporary Novel, Ingersoll himself examines the lack of endings in Calvinos novel and how this affects the reader. Traditional narrative has taught readers to read for the plot, or to find pleasure in the climax and satisfying ending of a story. Calvino challenges this notion in If on a winters night a traveller by eliminating endings from the stories. Calvino repeatedly hooks the readers attention with tantalizing beginnings of stories, only to stop them abruptly at the most compelling part of the story. Calvinos intent is to cause the reader to question their experience with the text. He wants the reader to value the text for the reading experience itself rather than expecting a certain ending. For many years, the value of narrative has been in the plot—in a good ending. If the story doesnt have a good rising action, climax, and ending, then it isnt a good story. Sigmund Freud was a proponent of this line of thinking. He postulated that every human being has a pleasure and death drive. These drives push humans to desire pleasure and to desire their own end. Peter Brooks wrote in his essay â€Å"Freuds Masterplot† about this theory; even in narrative, the characters desire a good ending—an honorable death. Calvino and others within postmodern literature have begun to question this notion. Instead of pursuing the end, these postmodern thinkers claim to find pleasure within the process. According to Ingersoll, â€Å"Calvino is positing a pleasure of the text itself, transcending the traditional notion of a plot whose ending offers a transformation of meaning† (235). This concept will make more sense as we continue examining If on a winters night a traveller. In the text, Calvino explores how different readers interact with the text in their reading experience. He wants the reader to be conscious of what they are experiencing while reading; he wants the reader to value the text for more than just the ending. Ingersoll further describes Calvinos writing style as â€Å"a fascination with the reading process and the ways in which that process impacts the authors consciousness in writing narrative† (235). Calvino is aware that the author has the power to manipulate his or her reader by what the author chooses to write, and he writes with the intention of making the reader aware of this. By doing so, Calvino is able to challenge the traditional narrative tendencies. For example, in Traveller there are no real endings. Certain aspects of the storyline may stop, but they dont end. None of the ten books that Reader and Other Reader read are ever finished. Even the entire novel itself is stripped of an ending. The final line of the book tells us that we/Reader are â€Å"almost finished [reading] If on a winters night a traveller by Italo Calvino† (Calvino 260). Therefore, we can never really get to the ending because the last line says we are â€Å"almost† done. By questionin g the traditional notion of an ending within narrative, Calvino is pushing his postmodern ideology that the pleasure of narrative is in the text itself. By comparing this experience to a romantic relationship, we can see Calvinos point more clearly. There are two types of romantic pursuits: those which are only interested in one thing and those who desire a genuine relationship with another human being. In regards to literature, it can be argued that those who read for plot are merely interested in that one thing—a good ending; then its on to the next book. In contrast, those who read for the pleasure of the text truly value the narrative for what it is, even if the plot does not produce a satisfying ending. Susan Winnett explores this idea further in her essay titled â€Å"Coming Unstrung: Women, Men, Narrative, and Principles of Pleasure.† In this essay, Winnett argues that for centuries authors have been writing narrative with male pleasure in mind. This is why the narrative structure of rising conflict, climax, and resolution or ending has been so strongly emphasized. She presents the idea that writing with female pleasure in mind would create an entirely different style of narrative. She does not intend to create a style which replaces the traditional style of literature, but she is presenting a compelling case for a new aspect of literature. She directly compares the pleasure of reading to the romantic pleasure experienced between a man and woman. This comparison is stunningly revealing in examining what Calvino has done in his narrative. Winnett begins her essay with this statement: â€Å"Considering the last decades preoccupations with sexual difference and the pleasure of the text, it is surprising that theories concerned with the relation of narrative and pleasure have largely neglected to raise the issue of the difference between womens and mens reading pleasures† (505). This is something that most people, women included, probably have never even thought of in regards to reading. Winnett continues by explaining how male pleasure is more closely related to the traditional plot narrative, while female pleasure is not. Male pleasure tends to finish in conquering or ending, while female pleasure continues into forward movement, new life, or sharing pleasure with the other. Winnett explores the phenomenon of male and female orgasm as a comparison to the pleasure experienced in reading a good story. Winnett quotes Peter Brooks from his essay â€Å"Freuds Masterplot† (mentioned earlier) in describing this experience: â€Å"the trajectory of the male arousal [follows this pattern]: awakening, an arousal, the birth of appentency, ambition, desire or intention on the one hand and significant dischargeand satisfactionon the other† (506). This pattern of arousal is mimicked in the traditional narrative plot structure: beginning, rising action, middle, climax, falling action, and resolution. The desire for the end is here matched with the pleasure drive. Winnett presents that this concept is inherently masculine and therefore misrepresentative of a large range of the reading audience. She states, â€Å"Brooks articulation of what are ultimately the oedipal dynamics that structure and determine traditional fictional narratives and psychoanalytic p aradigms is brilliant, and it reminds us, in case we have forgotten, what men want, how they go about trying to get it, and the stories they tell about this pursuit† (506). Calvino explores these ideas in Traveller as Reader/We read the ten different novels within the text. Each of these stories involves the main character pursuing a woman, in one way or another. In each of these stories, some more graphic than others, the male protagonist is trying to pursue the woman in the story romantically. A few of these stories involve actual physical intimacy, while others show the male protagonist pursuing the woman until the story shifts right at the most exciting moment. These stories could be shown as proof that the novel is sexist since Calvino seems to portray women only as objects of male affection, but looking at this literary choice from this new angle can show a completely different analysis. Perhaps Calvino is contrasting his own narrative to the narratives found within each of the inner stories. Each of the inner stories are structured like the beginning of a traditional plot, leaving off only the satisfying ending. In contrast, the subplot of Readers pursuit of Other Reader (Ludmilla), which seems to be the only unifying storyline of the entire novel, is not objectifying in the least. Ludmilla is mysterious and respectable, if anything, and Readers pursuit of her company is characterized by a desire to actually get to know her. Their story doesnt end with consummation of arousal or conquering of the female by the male. As the seventh reader in the library stated, their story continues in life rather than in death. The seventh reader says, â€Å"The ultimate meaning to which all stories refer has two faces: the continuity of life, the inevitability of death† (259). Calvinos story continues in life as Reader and Reader marry and continue in their normalcy of readi ng in bed. Unlike the traditional novel, which desires to end, Calvinos narrative desires to continue. In light of the male versus female dichotomy, the notion of continuity into life aligns with the female as she is the one who continues human life, literally through giving birth to new human life. Winnett continues her analysis by examining the experiences of birth and breast feeding for a woman. A mother giving birth or breast feeding may seem to follow similar dynamic patterns as the male experience, but it is inherently different. While the male experience ends in death or release, the female experience of birth and breast feeding ends in continuing life. In addition, the female experience is reliant on the other. A womans pregnancy is reliant on an other; the birthing itself is reliant on the other; and the pleasure of breast feeding is reliant on the dependency of an other. Winnetts argument runs thus: â€Å"Most important for our narratological purposes, however, both childbirth and breast feeding force us to think forward rather than backward; whatever finality birth possesses as a physical experience pales in comparison with the exciting, frightening sense of the beginning of a new life† (509). Even though this process is painful, the new life is worth it. It seems there is pleasure in sharing the experience with the other. This is evident in Traveller as Reader finds pleasure in reading the books with Other Reader in mind: â€Å"Your mind is occupied by two simultaneous concerns: the interior one, with your reading, and the other, with Ludmilla, who is late for your appointment. You concentrate your on your reading, tryi ng to shift your concern for her to the book, as if hoping to see her come toward you from the pages. But youre no longer able to read, the novel has stalled on the page before your eyes, as if only Ludmillas arrival could set the chain of events in motion again† (140). Readers world has been multiplied by Other Readers presence. Life has been increased by the presence of the Other. Winnetts conclusion is that it is time to reevaluate the traditional narrative structure which has â€Å"told us in advance where it is that we should take our pleasures and what must inevitably come of them† (516). Calvinos Traveller is one step closer to accomplishing this as Calvino creates beginnings upon beginnings; his novel has exponential possibilities rather than one inevitable conclusion. Calvino leaves room for the reader (us) to choose how we interpret the text; he provides the beginnings to the stories and to the story between Reader and Reader, but the end of the story is left unanswered. As the story with the mirrors represents, the possibilities are endless. It isnt that Calvino wants to leave us without answers, but he wants us to exist in the continual realm of life. As Winnett postulated, Calvinos novel is representative of â€Å"the continuity of life† which aligns itself more with the female pleasure of new life and the other, rather than the inevit able and certain end or conquering nature of the male pleasure (Calvino 259). Rather than viewing Calvinos novel as sexist by preferring a male protagonist or by objectifying women, we now know that Calvinos If on a Winters Night a Traveller is more in line with feminine pleasure than male pleasure. Whether Calvino intentionally did this or not, merely by challenging the traditional narrative structure, he succeeded in creating a novel which questions the inherently masculine goal of a happy ending. It is now clear that Calvino does not willingly give his readers the satisfaction of closure. Instead, he creates an infinitely complex narrative which explores and comments on the readers experience and their relationship to the text and author. He creates exponential beginnings, with no end in sight. By doing so, Calvino has created a new way to look at literature. Anyone who reads If on a Winters Night a Traveller will have the literary experience changed forever, therefore creating a new space (or new life) within the literary mind. By comparing the reading experience to a romantic relationship, Italo Calvino has successfully unravelled the way we view narrative, which is a really good thing for both male and female readers. Works Cited Calvino, Italo. If on a winters night a traveller. Orlando: Harcourt Books, 1979. Print.Ingersoll, Earl G. Waiting for the End: Gender and Ending in the Contemporary Novel. Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2007. Print.Shmoop Editorial Team. â€Å"If on a winters night a traveler Theme of Gender.† Shmoop.com. Shmoop University, Inc., 11 Nov. 2008. Web. 11 March 2015.Witten, Susan. â€Å"Coming Unstrung: Women, Men, Narrative, and Principles of Pleasure.† PMLA 103.5 (1990): 505-518. Web. 13 March 2015.

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

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Political Cartoon free essay sample

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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

An MBA Admission Essay Sample PDF Can Be Used As a Guide

An MBA Admission Essay Sample PDF Can Be Used As a GuideMBA admission essays are mostly based on the application forms that are to be filled up. All these forms and the necessary inputs must be meticulously checked before being sent to the MCA for assessment. The online MBA admission test can be one of the ways through which students can start their journey towards the pursuit of a Masters in Business Administration. Preparing MBA admission essay samples and studying under a mentor or teacher is another important step that can help students to prepare a well-written application form and understanding the skills required to answer the questionnaires related to the same.Having MBA admission essay samples to hand is essential when preparing for an interview. Even students who have completed the entire application process, may still find it hard to go through the same. As a student who has a full scholarship, you are expected to have an excellent application. You can also approach an emp loyer for a second opinion.This is where MBA admission essay samples are extremely helpful as a way to convince a prospective employer that you are indeed worth their money. It also takes away the stress and tension from the situation as they are often provided free by many companies that hire out the services of professional writers for an expected competitive edge. The bulk of students find it very difficult to answer the questionnaires from the scratch.Having MBA admission essay samples printed at home, you can practice answering them at your own convenience. The essay sample serves as a guide. It also helps you have a better idea about the format that can work best for your application form.If you think that an MCA admission essay samples PDF is overrated, think again. These samples are mainly aimed at helping the applicant grasp the right use of skills required. It also helps the candidate to do a bit of research in advance to enhance the chances of getting an interview call. A n MBA admission essay sample PDF is an excellent tool for all those who need to know how to write an exceptional application form.An MBA admission essay sample PDF or admissions letter is needed to convince a prospective employer that you are indeed worth the money and time spent for. You should also make sure that your paper should be of good quality and conveys the true essence of the job that you are after. An MBA admission essay sample PDF is an excellent way to show off your writing talent and get an interview call. It serves as a guide for all those who need to know how to write an exceptional application form.Some students who may be under pressure in taking the right kind of essay sample may find it hard to follow instructions given in these MBA admission essay samples PDF. For all those students who feel this is a hindrance to their growth, you may look for templates or other outlines that are easily available in the internet. You can go through any online coaching sites th at can give you the knowledge on how to write a credible application form.You can use a short essay or use an elaborate one depending on your requirements. Though there are no right and wrong way of writing an application, if you are getting ready for an interview, it would be in your interest to ensure that your application is well-written.

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

TOK Essay Topics - Are They Desired?

TOK Essay Topics - Are They Desired?One of the more difficult aspects of TOK essay topics is how to provide them with the proper depth of information. What do the topics look like? What are the typical topics that students study? These questions need to be answered before submitting any essay.Depth of Information is about the degree of understanding of the subject that the reader has. How do the student's understanding of the subject compare to the standard understanding of the subject? Depth of understanding is not the only thing that need to be considered, but it is a good predictor of how much the reader will enjoy the essay. If the depth of understanding is low, the reader will only read a section or paragraph of the essay and not read the entire essay. An essay can benefit by having an excellent depth of understanding that is on par with the standard understanding.Depth of Understanding is also about the degree of comprehension of the student, what the student knows, and what th e student does not know. If you only have one topic covered and that topic is not that well understood, then that is more than likely going to inhibit the student's comprehension of the material. It is important to include details on how the student can do the research, how they are going to make the connections, and how they are going to make the conclusions. This is where the student must do more research and gather the information. If the student can do that, then the reader is not going to be frustrated by what the student tells.Students may not have the standard course materials to write their essays on, but they can use a combination of standard course materials and the required TOK essays. Most students have resources to gather the information that they need, so that should be an important part of the essay. Students should not have to pay for the textbook to learn how to write their TOK essay topics.As a teaching assistant, I find that most students have already done the nec essary research and have the materials to make the assignments. If they do not have the textbook or the TOK assignments to make their essays on, then they can use the material on the internet to make their essay. Many students find a large list of topics on the internet and follow the links to a list of topics that have been selected. They can then link to the list of ideas. If there is a discussion area in the list, they can use that information as well.At this point, if the student does not have the needed material, then they can get the needed information from other sources. If they do not have a list of topics on the internet, then they can get other sources of information. Most professors have a list of topics that have been discussed in the past. They have a list of the student's grades for each of the topic, and they can review these grades with the students. If the student has a low grade on a topic, then they may need to revise their essay to bring the topic up to a standar d.Good essays will attract attention and will make the professor think that there is something more to write about. This can result in revisions to the topic, especially if there is a discussion to be made about it. Depth of understanding and depth of comprehension are important factors in getting the essays in the mail.

Friday, March 13, 2020

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Thursday, March 5, 2020

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