Please answer these questions in english literature 1- Pan’s Labyrinth (Links to an external site.)Links to an extern

Please answer these questions in english literature

1- Pan’s Labyrinth (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. (2006) is set in 1944, five years into Franco’s regime. Directed by Guillermo Del Toro, Pan’s Labyrinth is a dark fantasy film that tells the story of a young girl named Ofelia and her fairytale-like journey of self-discovery. The film is constructed within two parallel worlds: reality and fantasy. It is through the interaction of these two worlds and the characters that inhabit them that Del Toro creates a modern perspective of the fascist Franco regime. Explain how Del Toro uses the interaction of these two worlds (reality and fantasy) to portray a social, political message that is still one of personal self-discovery.

2- Before reading the monster’s narrative in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, the reader only hears the story through Victor Frankenstein’s and the captain’s point of view. Once the novel shifts to the monster’s narrative, does he effectively convince the reader (you) to sympathize with him? How does he accomplish gaining your sympathy, if he does? If he doesn’t, why doesn’t he?

3- Why does Frederick Douglass believe “Slavery proved as injurious to [the master/his master’s wife] as it did to [him]”?

4- Both in his painting and in his poetry William Blake points out that in every aspect of human life there is a dialectical opposition of forces that can never be reconciled but must co-exist in eternal balance. Using examples from his poetry, explain how Blake uses simile, metaphor, theme, rhythm, alliteration, etc. to reconcile these tensions.

5- How would you characterize and describe the narrator of the story in Dostoevsky’s Notes from Underground based on the narration he provides at the beginning of the text?