The story “The Twisted Tragedy of Miss Natalie Stewart” is about a 17 year old girl named Natalie Stewart leaving New York City with her 18 year old Jonathan boyfriend to go find answers. At the very beginning of the story it takes place on a train. Natalie and Jonathan are running away from the supernatural demons, spirits, and ghost that seems to follow them everywhere they go.
In the very beginning of the story Jonathan and Natalie are introduced as cousins. They were pretending to be cousins, so no one would suspect him as the kid who killed his family. Couple hours on the train and people began to recognize him. He noticed and switched from his english accent to a new york accent. He reassured them that he was not Lord Denbury, when he was. At the next stop they thought to find him a better disguise. The next train dropped them off by his old lab/home. Where his body had gotten separated from his soul and replaced by a demon. Than where his soul was placed in a painting and shipped off.
When they got there Jonathan assured his old roommates that Natalie was nothing more than one of his patients, who couldn’t hear nor speak. At first Natalie was mad and feeling pretty insulted as she said to herself “Why would he say that I can't talk like I can't speak for myself? What I wasn't smart enough to have my own opinions? I dont understand why he would say I can't hear either. So what they have too many secrets that I can't hear?” but the more Natalie thought on it the more she thought there HAD to be an explanation for cutting her off and changing her name, calling her Ms.Rose. She didn't understand any of it. When Jonathan had finally explained to her that there is a lot of peopl...
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“The Twisted Tragedy of Miss Natalie Stewart” means the crazy, insane, twisted events that has happened in this story are all surrounded by Natalie because she’s the cause of it. Natalie always end up involve when it doesn't effect her only the people around her. Natalie figured out that she was the center of the problems. Natalie was the cause and resolutions of these tragedies happening to people around her.
This story seems to take place in the early 1900s late 1800s. I know that because one Jonathan must ask permission from the father to marry his daughter. Also women in this story had to wear dresses and corsets at all times. Females also didn't have too many rights as well as the males being in school longer than females. This story’s genre is gothic Literature, I know from demons , ghost, and spirits taking place in this story.
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