Friday, September 13, 2019

An Examination of Rips Character in Irvings Rip Van Winkle

Irving Rip Van Winkle watches Rip's character Washington Owen and writes about Rip Van Winkle and people in the USA. At this time, society is changing dramatically. America is trying to fight by forming its own identity. America wants to have identity to release them from British culture and domination. Owen uses his protagonist Rip Van Winkle to symbolize America. Rip experienced the same fight as the United States experienced before and after the revolution. The role and symbol of Rip in Washington Rip Van Winkle of Irving Rip Van Winkle is a well-known story. Without a doubt, as a child, many of you have heard the famous story of Washington Irving about this guy sleeping for 20 years. People will not forget elves where Rip Van Winkle spent the night at the amphitheater. As with many stories, Irving 's Lip Van Winkle was said to have formed quite a lot of Washington Irving' s Lip Van Winkle which shaped the American culture darkly. I do not like it, Washington Owen said. Letter to a friend (Letter 446) This statement reveals Irving's strong emotional state and shows a strong social atmosphere and his personal conflict in many respects in the formation of the sketchbook . After his family went bankrupt Irving Rip Van Winkle watches Rip's character Washington Owen and writes about Rip Van Winkle and people in the USA. At this time, society is changing dramatically. America is trying to fight by forming its own identity. America wants to have identity to release them from British culture and domination. Owen uses his protagonist Rip Van Winkle to symbolize America. Rip experienced the same fight as the United States experienced before and after the revolution. The whole story of Washington Irving, Lip van Winkle is full of metaphors on the new American society and how it established identity before and after the American Revolution. Irving's Rip Van Winkle metaphor covers the revolutionary experience that depicts America before the British rule, the early Americ an colonies under British rule, and the American society seen in England. And his wife, Dame Van Winkle, explained about the UK. The general public represents the whole American society and represents a way to change as it becomes an independent country. Americans try to avoid the tyranny of crown just as Lip does everything possible to escape from his arrogant wife.

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