English literature has produced some of the most well-known written works in the world and continues to influence literature today. In this course, you’ve read the works of different influential English authors such as Shakespeare and Chaucer and learned about different literary movements throughout history. Write an 800-1200-word essay about it.
Some of the works on the reading list for this course took place in a single location, while others took place in many. Compare one work that took place entirely (or primarily) in the same location (MRS. DALLOWAY by Virginia Woolf) and one that took place in many (GULLIVER’S TRAVELS by Jonathan Swift).
COMPARE BOTH BOOKS (in regards to setting) and answer the questions below in the essay.
How do the authors of these works use location in the text to further the story or influence the reader?
Do the locations serve any kind of symbolic purpose?
Materially, Kamal’s strong support came from the Indian Muslims, who saw nationalist Turkey as the only independent Muslim nation. The Khilafat Committee in Bombay started a fund to help the Turkish nationalist struggle, establishing contact with a representative of Kamal in Constantinople who received constant letters of encouragement. Part of the Indian Muslims fund, which eventually amounted to some 125,000 pounds was used to pay the army. (Ali, 2001) When Mustfa Kamal dislodged Greek forces from Turkish territories in 1921 he was highly applauded by the leaders of the All India Muslim League and they passed a resolution in this regard in the December. He emancipated the Turkish areas completely from the European control in 1922 and declared Turkey as an independent Republic and became the president of Modern Turkey in the same year until his death in November 1938. He tried to bring revolutionary changes in the Modern Turkey. He instituted new education system and introduced many reforms in all fields and departments of life to bring his country at par with the Modern Europe. He encouraged and promoted the modern European life style in Turkey. During his political career Quaid I Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah minutely observed the developments in the Muslim world especially in the modern Turkey of the ancient Ottoman Empire. Quaid e Azam eulogized the services of Mustfa Kamal in these words, ‘ He was the greatest leader of the modern Islamic World and entire Mulsim Ummah will profoundly mourn his death.’ In December 1938, during his presidential address in the 27th session of All India Muslim League at Patna, Muhammad Ali Jinnah paid his heartiest homage to this charismatic leader of Turkey in these words, ‘Another great figure; a world figure, who passed away is Mustafa Kamal Ataturk. His death has come as the great blow to the Muslim world. He was the foremost figure in the Muslim East’ (Haq, 2010). 1.2 Pakistan-Turkey Relations after Partition The year 1947 is to be known as very crucial period in the history of the world, on one hand the old order started crumbling with the partition of Europe in two separate spheres. On other side when Sub Continent was divided in two independent states of Pakistan and India on ideological grounds. The most desired dream of the Indian Muslims transformed into reality and they were now in possession of their separate homeland Pakistan ; the land of pure people which was the bearer of the ancient civilization and culture>GET ANSWER