George Orwell's attitude to class : a study of down and out in Paris and London,a Clergyman's Daughter, Keep the Aspidistra Flying and The Road to Wigan Pier

Ermetin, Ferda


William Butler Yeats and mysticism: a neo-platonic approach to his poetry
Tülüce, Mustafa Uğur; Korkut Naykı, Nil; Department of English Literature (2017)
Finding the truth about the universe is the way of the mystic. Mystics try to achieve union with a transcendental power through a search within themselves and through the divine reflected on earth. The Irish poet William Butler Yeats (1865 – 1939) was under the influence of different understandings of mysticism throughout his career. This study aims to explore how Yeats‘ poetry reflects this mystical influence. The focus of the study is on Yeats‘ late period when he was highly influenced by Neo-platonism an...
Thomas Hardy as a threshold figure and crisis of representation in his poetry—a deconstructionist reading
Özgür, Nilüfer; Birlik, Nurten; Department of English Literature (2015)
Thomas Hardy is a poet who produced most of his poetry in the Victorian age but published it largely in the twentieth century when the literary sensibility was predominantly modern. Although Hardy is not conventionally considered a Modernist poet, he shares with Modernists an element that can be referred to as the linguistic crisis by which they try to get over the sense of anxiety against the backdrop of a chaotic world and problematized language. The forerunner of Deconstructionism, Derrida, exposes a lon...
Arthur Schopenhauer and Andras Angyal
Lester, David; Zeyrek, Emek Yuce (SAGE Publications, 2006-12-01)
Schopenhauer attributed will to both humans and objects, and commentators have dismissed the notion that objects have will. It is proposed that by focusing on our perception of the environment, rather than the environment itself, the theory of personality proposed by Angyal provides a way of attributing forces to both the individual and to the environment.
Hannah Arendt and Political Theory: Challenging the Tradition
Kara, Onur (2012-09-01)
Güneri Söğüt, Gizem Deniz (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Architecture, 2020-01-01)
This text visits and manifests the critical utopianism embedded in the praxis of Peter Cook, within which resides a promising mode of architectural thinking based on reflexive inquiries rather than absolute and closed utopias. It aims to revert questions that link utopia and spatial determinism towards questions that revolve around utopian methodologies that become trainings of architectural imagination.
Citation Formats
F. Ermetin, “George Orwell’s attitude to class : a study of down and out in Paris and London,a Clergyman’s Daughter, Keep the Aspidistra Flying and The Road to Wigan Pier,” Middle East Technical University, 1988.