Name Course Institution 20/07/2017 Peter Pan and English Narcissism Paragraph 1 and 2 As presented in the essay the childhood period is the most important period in someone’s life. It has great influence to someone’s’ later life and future. As discuss in the essay especially in the first paragraph imperialism is an idea that had to be instilled to children. Jonathan Rutherford suggests and explain the process of Victorian childhood experience. In the essay by J.M. Barrie Peter Pan also suggests and verifies the discussion of Rutherford. Victorian Englishman also has an argument about imperialism and the experience of a childhood period. In the Rutherford’s Forever England: Reflections on Masculinity and Empire an argument posted suggests that narcissism is figured as the primary factor in the idealization of imperialism. The technique used in this paragraph is the the world considers colonialism as one of the best thing ever happened. It is viewed as the “world’s saving grace”. Peter Pan had a narcissistic worldview which confirms the imperialism. Inclusion the essay has its own downfalls as it promotes male chauvinism in some way. The essay support the boy child’s pride and does not offer any advice on how this is tackled for a balanced and fair society in future. The author of the essay presents the essay using effective analytical tools. Therefore the author take a step back and discuss the importance of the analysis. Works Cited Barrie J.M. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens and Peter and Wendy. Oxford University Press 1999. “Quotes on Imperialism.” Notable Quotes 2008 Accessed 4 May 2008. Rutherford Jonathon. Forever England: Reflections on Masculinity and Empire. Lawrence and Wishart 1997. [...]
For this assignment, you will be creating an outline for a sample Literary Analysis. Before completing this assignment, please review the Linda Shanker essay, “The Case of the Missing Kidney: An Analysis of Rumor” along with Behrens and Rosen’s analysis (pages 188-195) Additionally, also review the “Literary Analysis Example” and the “Discussion of the Literary Analysis Example.” on the course homepage. Then, outline the essay I have provided (see the attachment to this post) the same way I have outlined the essay on Prince Caspian. In other words, after reading the essay on Peter Pan, I want you to identify the analytical tool/approach and discuss the paragraph-by-paragraph logic throughout. Please discuss each paragraph (or groups of paragraphs) one at a time just like my outline of the Prince Caspian essay. After you have outlined the essay, please take a few moments to comment on the strengths and weaknesses of this essay in terms of what you have read in chapter 6 of WRAC and the Literary Analysis lectures. Does the author present his or her analytical tool effectively? Also, how well does he or she apply it to the subject? Does he or she take a step back and discuss the importance of his or her analysis?