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Suicide, one of the most common problems in modern and postmodern societies, is a socio-psychiatric phenomenon existing in every society or culture. In the past, the concept of suicide was only included in psychiatry; however, with an increasing awareness of some social factors behind suicide, it is now being tackled from a sociological perspective...
This work explores how postmodernism has developed its own literary style reflecting the social, political, religious as well as philosophical and intellectual mood of the era. Postmodern texts have been created and recreated out of a blend of varied texts from previous periods, and they succeeded in creating a more conscious and questioning audien...
Depicting the existence of social, ethical, and religious problems in institutional church and aristocracy, many of the novels written in Gothic tradition are critical of the aesthetics of the neoclassical period. Being an anachronistic representation of the period, The Monk by Matthew Lewis is highly critical of the Medieval representation of the...
Along with his harsh criticism of India and all the weaknesses and shortcomings the colonized nations have encountered as an unavoidable consequence of colonial activities and imperial ambitions of Western countries, Naipaul is both critical and supportive of the colonizing ideology "for the horrors of slavery and for the problems it left its forme...