Name Professor Course Date Work: The Sirens of the TitansThe question of life realities In the above book Kurt Vonnegut approaches humanity and the reality of life as a process through which human beings have to go through in seeking the meaning of their own existence. Though the novel display dystopian characteristics it can only be hailed based on the various themes it has portrayed. In trying life such questions like love and human life are constant in the human mind “A purpose of human life no matter who is controlling it is to love whoever is around to be loved.” Kurt in this book used humor as a way of communicating the bitter realities of life that humanity has so far avoided. From the quote ” Hunger envy ambition fear indignation religion and sexual lust are irrelevant in are very flawed and wanting. The military and security agencies that ought to provide security to the larger population include individuals who are brainwashed to do whatever their seniors says because both are as cold as metal. If in case one tries to break away from the military beliefs and practice he or she has to go through so much pain as Unk stipulates. He notes that in the process of seeking knowledge and having a better personal understanding he had to go through so much pain. Moreover other institutions like religion and economics are not exactly as many may think of but rather filled with filth corruption murders and greed. It is thus important for humanity to consider that life is not white as a plain paper and that realities of life are painful to swallow. [...]
Full info on what the essay needs: write an essay in which you analyze a central question the work raises and the extent to which it offers answers. Explain how the author’s treatment of this question affects your understanding of the work as a whole. Avoid mere plot summary.