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The function of flashbacks in Death of a Salesman. - The function of flashbacks in Death of a Salesman. Throughout Death of a Salesman flashbacks are used continuously, typically to present the audience with the Loman family's background and show deterioration. In act one we see the first flashback at the beginning of the play. As the play starts to go into flashback the backdrop changes from the present 'Apartment houses' and the 'surroundings become covered in leaves.' The first sign of the Loman's happy past. Willy is talking sense and telling Biff to watch his schooling, giving him good advice, and then he shows his wealth, polishing the car talking about the hammock that Willy is going to buy, to the punch bag that Willy bought his sons....   [tags: English Literature] 1001 words
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Flashbacks in Henry V by William Shakespeare - Flashbacks in Henry V by William Shakespeare In Henry V there are three flashbacks, which help the audience understand Henry and the plot better. The three flashbacks are the scene with Henry and Falstaff, Henry and Bardolph, and the scene at the castle in England where there is a constant flow of images in which Henry is recollecting the past events in the movie. These three flashbacks display a great deal of information that the play did not give to its readers. The first scene was with Henry and Falstaff drinking and having a good time....   [tags: Papers] 424 words
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Use of Flashbacks in Toni Morrison’s Novel, Beloved - Use of Flashbacks in Toni Morrison’s Novel, Beloved Toni Morrison’s novel Beloved swims like a garden pond full of minnows with thoughts and memories of days gone by. Each memory is like a drop of water, and when one person brings up enough drops, a trickle of a stream is formed. The trickles make their way down the shallow slopes and inclines, pushing leaves, twigs, and other barriers out of the way, leaving small bits of themselves behind so their paths can be traced again. There is a point, a vertex, a lair, where many peoples streams unite in a valley, in the heart of a pebble lined brook, and it is here that their trickles of days gone by fuse with each other, and float hand in hand until they ultimately settle to form the backyard pond....   [tags: Toni Morrison Beloved] 827 words
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Ambrose Bierces Ise of Flashbacks and the Supernatural in his Short Stories - Ambrose Bierces Ise of Flashbacks and the Supernatural in his Short Stories AMBROSE BIERCE'S: USE OF FLASHBACKS AND THE SUPERNATURAL IN HIS SHORT STORIES Ambrose Bierce is known for using both flashbacks and the supernatural in his short stories "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" and "The Death of Haplin Frayser." Bierce was born on June 24, 1842, in House Cave Creek, Meigs County, Ohio. He also disappeared in Mexico while acting as an observer of that country's civil war in January 1, 1914....   [tags: essays papers] 1267 words
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Essay on Flashbacks, Thrid Person Narration, and Harsh Language in Another Country - Use of Flashbacks, Thrid Person Narration, and Harsh Language in Another Country James Baldwin's novel, Another Country , is enhanced by Baldwin's unique narrative style. The majority of the exposition of Another Country is presented through flashbacks. Baldwin uses the third person omniscient point of view to narrate his characters' personal thoughts and develop the characters. Lastly, Baldwin intensifies the rage and anger through his uncommonly harsh diction. Quite often Baldwin oversteps the traditional bonds of appropriate language....   [tags: Another Country] 850 words
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Foreshadowing and Flashbacks in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby - Use of Foreshadowing and Flashbacks in The Great Gatsby       In Fitzgerald’s timeless novel The Great Gatsby, the writing techniques of foreshadowing and flashbacks are carefully used to enhance and  strengthen the story.   " 'Suppose you met somebody just as careless as yourself.'  'I hope I never will,' she [Jordan] answered.  'I hate careless people.  That's why I like you.' " (Fitzgerald, pg. 63)  Jordan is explaining to Nick how she is able to drive badly as long as everyone else drives carefully.  This quote represents the writing technique of  foreshadowing, which is being used in one of its finest form.  Fitzgerald is foreshadowing to chapter seven where Daisy kills Myrtle Wilson because of her reckless driving.  Fitzgerald uses foreshadowing to strengthen the plot of his book.  In chapter nine, Nick begins to recall the past and relive his old memories.  His must relieve his lingering thoughts of the past.  During the chapter, Nick uses a flashback to tell about Gatsby's funeral for the readers to know what happen the day Gatsby was shot.  Flashback in The Great Gatsby also helps to give the reader background information about the characters.  In The Great Gatsby, the structure of the novel is influenced by foreshadowing and flashback....   [tags: Great Gatsby Essays]
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Miranda's Flashback - As the ocean roars and floods the land When you reach out for somebody’s hand Just shut your eyes and I’m there too As the thunder rumbles and sounds cruel And when you need someone to hold you Just whisper my name and I’m there too There she lay, motionless. However, an atmosphere of hope enveloped around her. She was still fighting, not a single tear yet shed on her pale face. Her sapphire eyes searched the heavens endlessly in hope for escape. There she lay. There she lay. She lay on the muddy ground, covered in tree branches and dead leaves....   [tags: Creative Writing Essays] 1491 words
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The Use of Flashback in Kenneth Branagh's Henry V - The Use of Flashback in Kenneth Branagh's Henry V   In Kenneth Branagh's film adaptation of William Shakespeare's Henry V flashback is used at key moments to comment on the action and to explain points in Henry's past, and how that past effects his present judgment. Certain scenes and lines are borrowed from parts one and two of Shakespeare's Henry IV to do this. The result is an amalgam of scenes, lines, and characters which brings about a telling expose of Henry V, and the man he was before becoming king of England....   [tags: Film, Movie]
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The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald’s use of flashback in The Great Gatsby proves to be an effective tool in order to reveal information from the characters’ past. These flashbacks are effective because they allow the reader to know and understand the character better before a situation in the novel arises. Three examples of flashbacks that Fitzgerald uses are when Jordan explains to Nick how and when she first met Gatsby on page 79, when Nick explains to the reader how Gatsby got his name and what his childhood was like on page 104, and when Nick explains again to the reader what happened when Gatsby returned from the war on page 160....   [tags: essays research papers] 580 words
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A Brief Overview of Walter Mitty - A Brief Overview of Walter Mitty In the short story, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty by James Thurber, many interesting fantasies occur in a way which brings the reader into a different world. The story switches back and forth from delusion to reality, dragging the reader into a life, perhaps similar to their own. In the beginning of this story, the first paragraph is a fantasy of the main character, Walter Mitty. It describes his life as a commander of an aircraft. An intense scene is displayed showing what Walter Mitty wishes would be reality....   [tags: Literary Review] 1559 words
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LSD History/Effects - LSD History/Effects Lysergic acid diethylamide– LSD– comes from lysergic acid which comes from ergot, a fungus found on grains such as rye. This drug was revealed in 1938. LSD causes hallucinations resulting in peoples’ minds functioning differently. People usually tend to “hear” colors and “see” sounds. Some experiences might be enjoyable, but then other “trips” have the potential to be bad. Those on a bad trip may experience strong feelings of confusion, discomfort, and fear. Flashbacks can occur anytime even after just one dose of LSD....   [tags: Drugs]
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It’s a Hard Knock Life for Them - ... However, in “Why I Live at the P.O.”, Welty uses flashbacks and memories to show both the good and bad situations that led to Sister’s breaking point and the steps that led to her hatred towards her family. The root of her anger is because she was never treated as well as her younger, Stella, Sister said that, “Stella-Rondo is exactly twelve months to the day younger than I am and for that reason she’s spoiled,” (Welty 43). On top of being spoiled, Stella-Rondo stole Sister’s man, Mr. Whitaker....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Death Of A Salesman by Arthur Miller - Death Of A Salesman by Arthur Miller The author of the Death Of A Salesman, Arthur Miller, produces a lot of flashbacks throughout the book involving the main character Willy Loman. I am going to talk about two of the flashbacks that he writes about in the book. These are when Willy talks to 'the woman', and the other one is when Willy talks to Uncle Ben. Both of these flashbacks occur in Act One of the book. The first flashback that I have picked is when Willy talks to 'the woman'....   [tags: Papers] 680 words
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Untraditional Techniques in I Stand Here Ironing - Untraditional Techniques in I Stand Here Ironing In "I Stand Here Ironing", Tillie Olsen uses a very untraditional plot to achieve a lasting impression with her readers. Her technique reaches out and grabs you as you read. She accomplishes this by speaking in first person, second person, and third person and by using flashbacks in non-chronological order. These techniques draw you into the plot and make you pay closer attention to what is going on. One specific way that Olsen achieves this is by talking in first person and in third person....   [tags: Tillie Olsen Stand Here Ironing Essays] 564 words
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The Disordered World of Snow Falling on Cedars - The Disordered World of Snow Falling on Cedars Snow Falling on Cedars is a text that examines both human nature and the nature of truth. It is presented the closed world of San Peidro Island and the even more closed world of Amity Harbour Courthouse. The beauty of the novel and movie is that they portrait real life and real emotions. Snow Falling on Cedars exists in a disordered world, but this world is no more disordered than real life. The story uses a type of parallel plot structure....   [tags: Snow Falling Cedars Essays] 911 words
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Analytical Essay on Tim Burton's Style in Film Directing- Edward Scissorhands - Indisputably, Tim Burton has one of the world’s most distinct styles when regarding film directing. His tone, mood, diction, imagery, organization, syntax, and point of view within his films sets him apart from other renowned directors. Burton’s style can be easily depicted in two of his most highly esteemed and critically acclaimed films, Edward Scissorhands and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Burton ingeniously incorporates effective cinematic techniques to convey a poignant underlying message to the audience....   [tags: film analysis, movies, cinematography] 933 words
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Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five -- A Great American Novel - For a novel to be considered a Great American Novel, it must contain a theme that is uniquely American, a hero that is the essence of a great American, or relevance to the American people. Others argue, however, that the Great American Novel may never exist. They say that America and her image are constantly changing and therefore, there will never be a novel that can represent the country in its entirety. In his novel, Slaughterhouse-Five, Kurt Vonnegut writes about war and its destructiveness....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Analytical Essay] 1390 words
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Understanding the Mothers in Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club - Understanding the Mothers in The Joy Luck Club       In America, it is common to take mothers for granted and reject the advice they try to give. Generally, their attempt to give advice is considered as an intrusion into our lives and our privacy. In The Joy Luck Club, Amy Tan tries to get the reader to take a step back and see the good intentions behind our mother's actions.   In the stories told by Jing-Mei, Tan weaves in flashbacks and memories of Jing-Mei's own childhood experiences, including stories she has heard of her mother Suyuan's early life in China....   [tags: Joy Luck Club Essays]
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Post-War Insanity - Post-war Insanity “This is a novel somewhat in the telegraphic schizophrenic manner of tales of the planet Tralfamadore, where the flying saucers come from.” Insanity is a major theme in Kurt Vonnegut’s life and in turn his novels tend to be a release for his thoughts of mental illness. Vonnegut’s characters tend to embody him or at least characteristics of himself. His characters generally suffer from mild insanity and therefore hints that Vonnegut himself is possibly mildly insane....   [tags: essays research papers] 1176 words
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Dramatic Techniques in Shirley Valentine by Willy Russell - Dramatic Techniques in Shirley Valentine by Willy Russell How do the dramatic techniques use in the play help the audience to understand the importance of Shirley’s transformation. You should refer to the significance of the play’s social and historical (settings, attitudes to women SHIRLEY VALENTINE Task: How do the dramatic techniques use in the play help the audience to understand the importance of Shirley’s transformation. You should refer to the significance of the play’s social and historical (settings, attitudes to women, attitudes to marriage, expectations of life, etc) context and the literary context (kitchen-sink drama, comedy, tragedy, drama, etc)....   [tags: Shirley Valentine Willy Russell Essays] 3414 words
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Theoretical Suicide and Truth in "All About Suicide" by Luisa Valenzuela - "Suicide, what a terrible concept. There are two types of suicide: physical, and theoretical. Physical suicide is the more commonly heard type of suicide. It entails the person actually, physically killing himself or herself. On the other hand, theoretical suicide is when the person does something that will, in turn, get him or her killed. For example, in “All About Suicide” by Luisa Valenzuela, Ismael, a man that works at a minister’s office, murders the minister, a high-ranking public official....   [tags: Theoretical Suicide, All About Suicide, Luisa Vale] 993 words
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Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome - ... The first group is classified as flashbacks. (Placeholder1) Flashbacks involve a person reliving their tragic experience or event over and over. (Placeholder1) Symptoms of flashbacks also include one’s heart racing, swelling, bad dreams or nightmares. (Placeholder3) Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome patients have scary thoughts of certain objects or situations, which trigger them to reexperience the event. (Placeholder3) The second category is called avoidance symptoms. This would be when the person stays away from things that remind them of the tragedy they experienced....   [tags: Pyschology, Mental Health, Diseases] 1734 words
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Tuesday's With Morrie - ... “A teacher effects eternity;he can never tell, where his influence stops.”Henry Adams. This aphorisms perfectly describes the overall theme and purpose of the book and also the man himself, Morrie Schwartz. Aphorisms; a brief statement of a opinion which holds truth, were very common place in the story. Morrie Developed many aphorisms that were used to help him illustrate his feelings in an almost philosophical way. They were infact what garnered the most notice by the world, as Morrie's good friend, closely named Maurie Stein, showed them to ABC's network, eventually leading to interviews with host Ted Koppel , leading to the development of Morrie's “fame”....   [tags: Tuesday's With Morrie] 1124 words
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The Importance of Dreams in Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller - The Importance of Dreams in Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller There is a wide range of dreams throughout the play. Every Character is living a dream and these dreams are what affect and change how the play flows. The main dream is the great capitalist American Dream, The dreams dramatically affect relationships, jobs and even threatens lives, and these dreams are usually unachievable so are never going to be reached. This however doesn't ever stop the Loman's from dreaming and eventually at the end of the play it gets the better of them....   [tags: Papers] 699 words
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The Lovely Bones and Speak - ... Sharzer uses her art assignment on ‘Trees’ and the constant images of trees as a symbol of death since Melinda is dying inside by hiding the details of her rape; whenever Melinda tries to create her tree in art class, she suppresses her emotions. Shazer’s use of trees, which are decaying and dying on one side, to represent that without support and help the tree will eventually die. Melinda's life after the rape is similar to the sick tree as the effects caused by her rape threaten to cross over to the other aspects of her life and ruin her entirely....   [tags: Alice Sebold, Jessica Sharzer] 1441 words
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Infectious Death Through Lack of Living in The Snows of Kilimanjaro by Ernest Hemingway - Infectious Death Through Lack of Living in The Snows of Kilimanjaro by Ernest Hemingway The short story “The Snows of Kilimanjaro” by Ernest Hemingway gives a look into the life of a man facing death in the African savannah as a result of an infection. Exotic locales and predominate dialogue are common in Hemingway’s writings and are evident in “The Snows of Kilimanjaro” as well. “The Snows of Kilimanjaro” by Ernest Hemingway portrays the theme of death by use of specific narration, the protagonist’s, Harry’s, attitude, and symbolism....   [tags: Ernest Hemingway Death Africa Women Essays] 1143 words
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Review of Shirley Valentine by Willy Russell - Review of Shirley Valentine by Willy Russell The screenplay Shirley Valentine was written as a monologue by Willy Russell. The play set in Liverpool, which is Willy Russell's home, tells the story of a lonely and bored housewife who is sick of the way she is treated by her narrow minded and inconsiderate husband....   [tags: Papers] 1076 words
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The American Dream in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman - The American Dream in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman Material happiness provides the ambition behind seeking the "Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman ." In Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller, Willy Loman's determination to live up to his "American Dream" and to seek material happiness only takes his life. What is the "American Dream". The "American Dream" cannot be defined. I know that my "American Dream" consists of a Porsche, a large house, and a happy family. Willy Loman's definition does not differ greatly from mine although while trying to pursue this dream, Willy's mind slowly drifted further and further away from reality....   [tags: Death of a Salesman] 456 words
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