Casualities of Emilian Pardon Bazan

                                                            Introduction

            In literature, the themes presented in any story needs to reflect something that is enjoyable, joyful, and pleasant. Likewise, if they have the potential of causing sorrows, flushes, or anxieties, it should be something that is clearly illustrated. According to the two stories, we can depict that nobody is immune from blame. Some of the mysteries explained in the two tales are complicated and in return colored by the arrogance of the victims. The reason for that is because they are unreliable that what is to be believed. Taking into account the actions of the characters, it is clear that the majority of them do not have the ability of acknowledging the paradoxes that existed in their tales. Furthermore, at times opinions of the characters of any story are what double the mysteries although hidden in each incident.

            In “Casualities of Emilian Pardon Bazan, it is illustrated that the majority of the individuals that were regarded as being lovers are only lovers who stick to one position instead of seeking for alternatives. The reason for that is because they always develop the believe that that there exist a sublime ideal in their souls that has the ability of elevating their status (Charnon, 1985). Furthermore, in “The patient and the doctor″ of Silvina Ocampo, it is evident that some of the contemporaries of the characters, whose fictions tend to be operating in their established fantastical zones, are perceived to be ultimately based on their past realities. The reason for that is because she desires to create an identifiable domestic setting for readers which will infect the worries of the characters with strangeness (Klingenberg & Zullo, 2016). 

With respect to the account that transpired in the in “Casualities” of Emilian Pardon Bazan, it is evident that the intent of the writer ultimately entails unveiling the true nature of the continued abuse resulting from explicitly masculine violence. As noted, the lack of female agencies as well as the excessive masculine abuse is the one that need to be extensively analyzed so as to continue promoting independence and rights of women. The general suffering of women, whether emotional, mental, or physical is one of the factors that have promoted the extended stigmatization amongst women (Versteeg & Walter, 2017). Likewise, in “The patient and the doctor″ of Silvina Ocampo, the past realities of the characters are the one that have been noted to extensively impact their social, physical, and emotional wellbeing. Regardless of the fact that the author could have established fantastical zones within the story, the truth is that the presence of identifiable domestic setting is the one which can aid in addressing the existing problem before coming up with other means to solve them (Klingenberg & Zullo, 2016). 

            Regardless of that, it means that such views arise from crazy notions which might result into dishonor or death. For instance, according to Luis Cortada, although he adores women, he is very cautious with the kind of love she is likely to get back without necessarily believing in anyone’s divinity. Despite the fact that no women had died because of him, it is obvious that because of a person’s instinctive and slight malicious envy, he or she needs to attribute it to constant calmness and self-defense (Versteeg & Walter, 2017). Conversely, Ocampo’s story indicates that the intentions of the characters are impressive with regard to their encounters. What the author tries to illustrate is the readers’ capability of seeing the future, which is complicated when making nature uncertain. The question that this develops is the characters’ ability to grasp what the future holds for them. Since it is their ultimate powers that cause them anxiety, it also has the ability of robbing life of its interests (Patricia & Fernanda, 2016).

            On the other hand, as much as married women, although not well educated, have been found to be trapped in their home under the social and emotional control of their husbands. What the author tries to insist is the fact that the reader have had the potential of analyzing what the future holds for them, especially women, when it comes to the need of breaking free from dehumanizing social norms. Ideally, such norms are undesirable because they end up favoring men and not taking into consideration the physical and emotional wellbeing of female status (Charnon, 1985). Considering the events that transpired in “The patient and the doctor″ of Silvina Ocampo, it is clear that nature has a precise means of controlling the actions of the characters. Regardless of that, what is likely to happen in the near future is ultimately controlled by the actions that the characters could have taken in the process of solving their problems. The only way to survive in such a domestic setting entails understanding the relational differences that exists. The reason for that is because they are the ones that end up increasing the cruelty that prevailed in the story (Klingenberg & Zullo, 2016). 

            Nevertheless, it means that we should take make decisions based on our earlier judgments. For instance, Emilian Pardon Bazan explains that principles and the fragility ultimately have their own sophism. It is these views that made her not to attempt taking the wallet Luis Cortada had forgotten in her office. Ideally, it was wise for her to suggest another goal that is to be indiscreet and give a helping hand in solving his troubles.  It then implies that it is not possible to stop worrying whenever curiosities end up arousing our intentions. Although Emilian Pardon Bazan declares that he was attempted to keep some of the money, it important to keep in mind that the effects or worries such actions bring are already noticeable (Versteeg & Walter, 2017). Conversely, Ocampo’s story indicates that the intentions of the characters are impressive with regard to their encounters. What the author tries to illustrate is the readers’ capability of seeing the future, which is complicated when making nature uncertain. The question that this develops is the characters’ ability to grasp what the future holds for them. Since it is their ultimate powers that cause them anxiety, it also has the ability of robbing life of its interests (Patricia & Fernanda, 2016).

            Nevertheless, according to the views of Emilian Pardon Bazan, it is important for the characters to ensure that they have joined hands so as to handle their current problems without necessarily worrying about could have happened earlier. From the societal perspectives, the cruelty shown in the story is a true picture of the manner in which women have failed to handle their plight by only sticking to what the society demands from them. By only remaining submissive to their husband will ultimately imply that coming generation will also be engulfed in the same norm; the norms of letting men dominate the society status (Charnon, 1985). Equally, taking into account the events that happens in “The patient and the doctor″ of Silvina Ocampo, it is evident that what the characters could have gone through should be regarded as being one of the means or recognizing the dilemmas that exists. In so doing, it implies that the author desires the readers to understand that the opinions of the characters are the one that has the potential of doubling their mysteries which were obviously hidden in each incident (Klingenberg & Zullo, 2016). 

            Although the fact the author tries to explain, it is evident from the story that life can at times become a drab procession. It implies that what transpired in Ocampo’s story at any given point cannot be regarded as being the result of that could have already happened. Therefore, it is clear from the author’s perspective that what the characters could have encountered before cannot have the ability of determining what might happen in future. In most cases, what happens or might transpire in the future is beyond explanation or our understanding (Patricia & Fernanda, 2016). Thus, the indifferences that exist are the ones that exaggerate the cruelty shown in the story.

                                                            Conclusion

            It is important to ensure that we have developed the means or eliminating some of the obstacles that stand between us or just ensuring that they have reduced. The reason for that is because it is vital to free ourselves from things that are transcendental, deep, and strong. Although it is crucial to handle issues taking into account the level of its urgency, it is important to be certain with the decisions we make. We should not waste our time accusing ourselves for some of the imaginary crimes committed, but be open so as to obtain help. Consequently, this means that each tales has various stories that are the ones bubbling beneath and the ones on the surface.

                         

             

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                References

Charnon, C.L. (1985). The nineteenth-century spanish story: : textual strategies of a genre in transition. London: Tamesis Books.

Patricia, N.K & Fernanda, Z.R. (2016). New Readings of Silvina Ocampo: Beyond Fantasy.  Boydell & Brewer Press.

In Versteeg, M., & In Walter, S. (2017). Approaches to teaching the writings of Emilia Pardo Bazán.
New York, New York : The Modern Language Association of America

Klingenberg, P. N., & Zullo-Ruiz, F. (2016). New readings of Silvina Ocampo: Beyond fantasy. Woodbridge: Tamesis.

 

 

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