Examine responses of the main character(s) to evil and/or evil impulses: O'Connor's "A Good man is Hard to find", and "The Cask of Amontillado". What accounts for the responses to evil in each story?
is Hard to Find", fears death. She hopes to convince the Misfit to spare her by begging and telling him that he is a good man and should find Jesus. While the Misfit, who is a convicted murderer, seems to regret murdering the grandmother. In Edgar
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How "The Landlady" by Roald Dahl and the "The Red Room" by H. G. Wells build up mystery and suspense.
Red Room" by H. G. Wells written in 1896 and "The Landlady" written by Roald Dahl in 1959. "The Red Room" is written in first person which creates empathy for the reader and so you can get in the 28 year olds' head. You can only get the man's point
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The Loss of Innocence - Describes how young people lose innocence in relation to the short story "Eve in Darkness".
of Eden. In life we discover many things as we age. That Santa Claus doesn't exist or that the Easter bunny and the Tooth Fairy are not real. Likewise we discover sin. In the story "Eve in Darkness", the young girl is exposed to sin. She represents
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Essay: Rebellion in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", "Fahrenheit 451" and "I Know Why a Caged Bird Sings" How do these 3 texts explore the nature of rebellion?
of conflict in many texts. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Fahrenheit 451 and I Know Why a Caged Bird Sings are three examples of texts, which deal with rebellion as its central issue. The disturbance to an institution through protest is important for
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stunning manor houses, the breathtaking panorama, and the posh populace; however, this ideal has been severely tarnished due to slavery. Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird gives profound insight into the daily lives of citizens occupying a small-town,
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Symbolism in The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne - This essay describes various signs of symbolism such as the big, oak door, the "A" on the minister's heart, and the meteor.
the involvement of supernatural events, spiritual and physical, gives the story a touch of a fantasy and shows the reader what is in the mind of the characters. Many times, mystical happenings take place that give the tale suspense and intensity.
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Compare how characters in T.Hardy's "The Withered Arm" and J. Steinbeck's "of Mice & Men" are isolated and alienated.
short story, 'The Withered Arm' by T.Hardy. This story involves four lives, where they all end up alienated and isolated, leaving them feeling alone. They are also isolated as they live in a small village far apart from the town or other villages called
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Who is inspector Goole? Discuss the role of inspector Goole and the effect he has on the members of the Birling family.
class boy who experienced the life of the working class people. These experiences had influenced J.B.Priestley to expose exploitation and torment in one of his plays called An Inspector Calls. An Inspector Calls was written in 1945 in just one week,
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Shakespeare (macbeth) Oral Assessment En2/Literature-this is my evaluation on what i did it the first few paragraphs is what i kind of mentioned when i had to stand up in front of me class!!!
off my presentation which is what Macbeth thinks in his soliloquy in act 1 scene 5 which was followed by a little introduction about Macbeth and how he was ambitious in life. Continued from that I gave an outline of act 1 scene 5, which was the main
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The story starts off at night when everyone is asleep, describing how the air was Summery. Douglas Spalding, a 12-year-old boy, is introduced. He lives in a 3-story cupola. One night each week he was allowed to go to his grandparents cupola
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