A first person point of view is said by a character who is invoved in the events of the story and unlike third person point of views will actually use words such as 'we' or 'I'.
The Great Gatsby is told from the point of view of Nick Carroway. He is from the Midwest, but narrates the story after it takes place in the East. As such, he is an outsider, and tends to judge what he experiences in the East based on his midwestern ideas and values.
Nick makes an effort to assure the reader that he is nonjudgmental and completely honest. This is ironic, because he is very judgmental and opinionated.
Das Kapital, one of the major works of the 19th-century. Economist and philosopher Karl Marx (1818–83), wrote, in which he expounded his theory of the capitalist system, its dynamism, and its tendencies toward self-destruction.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712–1778), in his influential 1762 treatise The Social Contract, outlined a different version of social contract theory, as the foundations of political rights based on unlimited popular sovereignty.
Mercedes's language in reference to the story "Call of the Wild" actually means civilization. She had brought numerous belongings along with her and they were much more than the dogs could pull. Her decision of not parting with any of the belongings would ultimately lead to her death. One can easily draw a clear difference between civilization and wildness.