Sunday, February 26, 2012

Silaturahmi

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Hai there, How are you?
Are you fine….
I hope yes.
            Well this is my personal feeling spread in a piece of monitor. Today I have my birthday on 26 years old. But I am still alone, without creating my family. I feel ill if I see a couple that’s looks very romantics. I just imagine when I will create that.

            Silaturahmi is form Muslim words. It means that come to say hallo to someone or your family and taking a chit chat. Usually use for to ask for news or something that need to know as a personnel feeling. That is a good attitude I think. But, what do you think in this period, have you a quest or someone from your family or best friend comes to your home in this week, or in this month. What do you feel if they come? Of course sometimes you are happy, sometimes your dislike it.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Renaissance and Restoration Period (Part III, Last)

My History of English Literature Assignment part III, Last
Restoration Drama
            In 1660 Charles II returned to England from France following the end of Oliver Cromwell’s Commonwealth and the re-establishment of the monarchy. Charles I had been executed in 1649, and from that date until 1660 England had been a Commonwealth, with Cromwell as Lord Protector. With the restoration of the king there came a change in cultural direction. The returning court was heavily influenced by French fashion and ideas, especially by a more secular view of the world. In addition, there were also other changes taking place outside the court which gave a new tone to life.

Renaissance and Restoration Period (Part II)


       My History of English Literature Assignment part II
> Ben Jonson and The Masque
            It is not easy to fit Ben Jonson into the paten of Renaissance drama, but it would be totally misleading to leave him out. Jonson was born in London, the son of a clergyman, and educated at Westminster School, where he acquired a good knowledge of classics. At first he worked as a bricklayer, but subsequently, after military service in Flanders, became an actor and playwright.
            Jonson’s first major play was Everyman in His Humour (1598). By humour Jonson meant the governing passion of human beings, such as greed, lust and ambition, passion which he exaggerates for the purpose of the satire. Renaissance and medieval physiology, a humour was a bodily fluid; excessof one particular fluid was felt to unbalance the tempera