Flavors from English Literature, an Eastern Approach
Liczba stron: 128
Wydanie: 2015 r.
The book puts before the readers ready-made information on the east, but this time throughout literature and not through political labyrinth. The book concerns wide minded readers particularly students, nature lovers and old people whose minds are still sparkling their ways towards knowledge, and finally it concerns those who love to know about the neighbor east. For these slices of people I humbly pay my respect. The Arab poet previously said: and the best companion in time is a book, and the Koranic verse says: "...and above every (man) owning knowledge is One Who is Ever-Knowing" (Yusuf 76). The book shows man's inability to live all alone wherever he is. In this context William Shakespeare's approach comes, the thing which reflects the strong brotherhood of man on any particular piece of land he is, such as the East which has the lion's share in his production. The book shows nature where man dwells in its two sides - from the one side it is a dumb enemy of man as seen by Thomas Hardy and from the other side it is mild and beautiful as it is seen by William Wordsworth the poet of nature.