The English Patient Essay | Culture and Values

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Culture and Values

Summary: Culture and values refer to the shared social practices, relations, and beliefs of a community of people. A text may be embedded with a writer's values or represent a particular culture in different perspectives. An examination of Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient, Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness, and stimulus material, reveals that culture and values, especially those of Europeans and their effects on other cultures and values, are represented in a variety of ways. In each text, the characters, settings, narratology, and themes show how culture and values are being represented.
Write an essay in which you discuss how culture and values are represented in the two texts you have studied this year as well as in the stimulus material.

Culture and values refer to the shared social practices, relations and beliefs of a community of people. A text may be embedded with a writer's values or represent a particular culture in different perspectives. In the texts `The English Patient' by Michael Ondaatje, `Heart of Darkness' by Joseph Conrad and the stimulus material, cultures and values, especially those of Europeans and its effects on other cultures and values are represented in a variety of ways. In each text, the characters, settings, narratology and themes show how culture and values are being represented.

Ondaatje uses `The English Patient' and its characters to show the importance of culture and values in ones identity. The characters Caravaggio, the English patient, Hana...

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