Keywords: don quixote laughter, don quixote cervantes
Don Quixote's preliminary reception in the Seventeenth Century was as a work of humour; Cervantes' ability to reveal and imitate certainty through the ironic juxtaposition of his two main individuals enjoyed a focal role in both driving the story and attracting the interest of his viewers in the Golden Years. The existence of humour is undeniable throughout the novel, and Henry Fielding's attempts to attract readers to his comic romance Joseph Andrews by linking it to Don Quixote, claiming that he had 'written it in imitation of the manner of Cervantes' places the work as an exemplary book, that humour can not only be taken, but utilised to motivate and promote other works.
Keywords: white mans burden poem research, real white mans burden poem
I try to measure the use of irony and image in the poems "The White Man's Burden" and the "Real White Man's Burden" to see how effective both writers were in using these elements to convey meanings. Regarding Kipling, I'll consider two tips of views. The first viewpoint is the fact Kipling was an imperialist who supports the take over of other governments to show superiority. The next point of view is the fact that Kipling was an imperialist who supports the dominate of other governments as an act of humanity to bring civilization to the uncivilized and, that he warns of the perils of demonstrating superiority as oppose to taking true liberation. In the case of Crosby, since he presents a single view point, I am going to evaluate his success of using irony and symbolism in parodying the task of Kipling.