book with far more low points than high, this is the choice of the author. In many novels, you can tell the style and feelings of the author just by reading it. Golding has a negative outlook on people and society showing through his writing. Thus,
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Modern Writing - This essay describes how modern authors such as Ernest Hemmingway, Robert Frost, and Anne Sexton. This essay describes how dark and depressing modern writing can be.
fill the lines of modernist poems. Modernists writing often describe scenes of loneliness and desolation. The souls of modern writers are empty and separate from the rest of the world. They rarely write about happiness and freedom. The disturbing
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mother nature, often the results can prove disastrous, even deadly endings. The tale of Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, focused on the outcome of one man's self-indulgence to manipulate nature, which resulted in the creation of a horrific monster.
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throughout Slaughterhouse-Five, specifically Billy's childhood, his adult family, and the family of Edger Derby. Families, though not always visibly, are a major influence to each of the different round characters in the story. Vonnegut's views
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This mini-essay explores how fear is used to control a small religiously fanatic community in "The Rapture of Canaan" by Sheri Reynolds.
isolated South Carolina community of believers, enforcing rigid behavioral laws and meting out harsh punishments for transgressions. This journal will discuss how he wrongly uses fear to govern, and ultimately control the community of the church of
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This is an exercice from the novel Cue for Treason. The exercise was too subsititute the main character for another one and explain how the story would have been different.
I know very well, Harry Potter. I have read the Harry Potter book collection; therefore, I know his character in detail. The story would have been different in many ways with Harry Potter because of his differences with Peter Brownrigg. In the
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In this fictional tale the author describes the experience of Louise Mallard, a woman with heart trouble, immediately after receiving news of her husbands death. Unlike the expected reaction, Louise actually has a moment of relief realizing the freedom
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train station waiting room in a very small town in the south. The play describes how Miss Whitney, an old black woman, discovers that her premonition of the success of her daughter, Florence, as a black actress is undesirably similar to that of a racist
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our culture misunderstand the function of myth. We typically assume that there are two kinds of narrative, completely distinct from one another: a journalistic compilation of facts, all literally true and verifiable, or stories spun by a fiction writer
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is one pf the most shocking stories I have ever read. It caused controversy when it was published in a New York newspaper and for good reason. The ending is very unsettling and I would even categorize it as a horror story. The picture the story paints
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