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The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym by Edger Allen Poe

- The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym by Edger Allen Poe Lost at Sea The book I choose to read is Edger Allen Poe's only novel "The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym". This is a fiction novel and can be considered many different themes. But I think the main one would be adventure. In this novel I believe Poe was trying to keep the reader on the edge like in everyone of his stories. However this one especially I think could have been based on voyages that he himself encountered in the past. I think Poe was trying to give his readers a feel of how it is to be on the open sea....   [tags: Poe Analysis Gordon Pym]

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Tiger, Pym, and Nantucket

- Of the many characters in Poe’s The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym one of the most notable, yet slowly fading characters is Tiger. Moreover, depending on the point in the story Tiger is either described as a key part of Pym’s life, or he is a mere addition thrown into the story as an afterthought. Poe introduces Tiger while Pym is in the cargo hold of the ship. Tiger stays with Pym through his most trying time in the cargo hold: when he feels abandoned and completely alone for several days. Pym describes this by saying that after he found Tiger with him, he felt “a giddy overpowering sense of deliverance and reanimation…” (18)....   [tags: Poe's The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym]

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Racism in Poe's The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym

- Poe’s writing is often accused of racism; to what extent does The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym fit with this characterisation. NEED 100 or more words – Introduction in PYM about audience and commercial. The works of Poe have often been considered to have underlying tones of racism throughout with The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, to a large extent, being seen to fit this characterisation. However, it can also be argued to some extent that the novel is not a work of racism, which can be shown in a number of areas....   [tags: characterization analysis]

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Macbeth and Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym

- Similarities between Macbeth, of Shakespeare's Macbeth, and Augustus, of Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym In literature, when the natural order becomes skewed, a character may die to restore order.  Often, there is a savior who sacrifices his or her life so that other characters might live.  In "Macbeth," after the king is assassinated, the balance is disturbed.  "The night has been unruly: where we lay, Our chimneys were blown down; and, as they say,  Lamentings heard I'th'air; strange screams of death, And, prophesying with accents terrible Of dire combustion, and confus'd events, New hatch'd to th' woeful time, the obscure bird Clamour'd the livelong night: some say, the earth Was fever...   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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Narrative Styles In Poe, Melville, Hawthorne

- narrative styles in Melville’s Bartleby, Poe’s Arthur Gordon Pym, and Hawthorne’s The House of Seven Gables. How all three authors utilize a “conversational” tone for the function of their work. In works by three of the most classically American authors of the nineteenth century, Melville, Poe, and Hawthorne, a trait that can be considered common to all three authors is pronounced clearly as a means to their narration. This trait is that of deploying a narrative laden with- and moreover led by –conversational phrasing and asides....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Survival in the Wild: Jack London's To Build a Fire and Arthur Gordon's Sea Devil

- Anxiety, suspense, hesitation, and death; these all revolve around survival, which lets humans go over their limits and see what they’re really capable of. Survival is a mix of physical, mental, and emotional challenges. Though there are many stories that challenges man over his abilities, there are two stories that show survival that question our dominance as human beings. “To Build a Fire” by Jack London and “Sea Devil” by Arthur Gordon are both about characters that have caught themselves in a battle between man and nature....   [tags: Survival, Man vs Nature, Analysis]

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The Significance of Richard Parker in Life of Pi

- Picture yourself in a peaceful sleep. Suddenly, you are awake. The crackle of lightening and the swaying of the boat startle you. You get up to see what all the commotion is about. Now you are standing on the deck with the wind knocking you down. The skies open up with buckets of rain smacking against your skin with the cooling mist from the high waves are gently falling upon you. A piercing alarm and the screaming of people scratches at your ears. A second later you are standing in water up to your knees....   [tags: Life of Pi Essays]

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The Legend Of King Arthur Pendragon

- What starts out as a story meant to intrigue its audience soon evolves into a true legend known throughout the world reaching almost every inch and crevasse in sight. The tale of King Arthur Pendragon is one that sees many forms, nevertheless still stays true to certain aspects of its origin. We seek to explain Arthur’s history in books, in voice and, in the contemporary world, through films. Although some tell a story, it is interesting to also learn the recorded history and parallels found throughout each that cause Arthur Pendragon and his Knights of the Round Table to be such unique aspects to look at....   [tags: King Arthur, Holy Grail, Lancelot]

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The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe

- The Gothic Era was filled with many mysterious happenings and many poets took advantage of this to write mysterious and dark poems that catch the readers attention even in today’s modern society. This dark time brought forth many interesting poets like Edgar Allen Poe. During this time, Poe wrote many famous poems like “The Pit and the Pendulum”, “The Tell Tale Heart”, and his most famous piece of writing, “The Raven”. These works all gave us a sense of death, insanity and illustrated the dark minds of poets of the Gothic Era....   [tags: gothic era, mysterious dark poem]

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Mary, Queen of Scots by Gordon Donaldson

- The biography that is being reviewed is Mary, Queen of Scots by Gordon Donaldson. Mary Stuart, was born at Linlithge Palace on December 8, 1542, sixs days later she became Queen of Scotland. Mary became Queen of France and soon her greediness grew and she wanted to take over England. Mary was unwilling to stay in France, so she went back to Scotland. There her second husband died and she was imprisoned in England for the suspicion of the murder. Mary had a bad ending to her life. Mary got caught in attempting an assassination of Queen Elizabeth for which she was beheaded on February 8, 1587....   [tags: Mary, Queen of Scots Gordon Donaldson]

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George Gordon Byron

- George Gordon Byron      Their are many different opinions on the written works of George Gordon Byron which could include one very big question. Was he a natural born poet or simply a product of abuse and mental illness. His writings may have been more a way to ease his pa and suffering rather than a natural talent. Perhaps his writings were a form of self therapy. Throughout his writings and life history there is much evidence to suggest that his poetry was being greatly influenced by his mental instability....   [tags: George Gordon Byron Essays Biography]

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The Structure Of Gordon 's Literature

- The structure of Gordon’s literature is both strategic and sequential. There is a reason that she begins her writing with the seizure of the orphans from the Mexican families. The narrative begins at a point of tension and establishes the main concept of the study which is race relations and formations. She then leads into examining Catholic orphanages in the early 1900s Northern United States and the racial relationship between whiteness and Mexican identity in the Southwest. Gordon (1999) states, “It [the story] reveals how racial, ethnic, or nationalist fervor, furious as it may be, can also be transient and changeable” (1999:ix)....   [tags: United States, Race, Sociology, Racism]

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Symbols Of Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- Death of a Salesman Symbols “In Discussion: Symbols of Death of a Salesman” “I don 't say he 's a great man. Willy Loman never made a lot of money. His name was never in the paper. He 's not the finest character that ever lived. But he 's a human being, and a terrible thing is happening to him. So attention must be paid. He 's not to be allowed to fall into his grave like an old dog. Attention, attention must finally be paid to such a person,” Linda states regarding Willy Loman. Linda is Willy’s wife....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller, Lee J. Cobb]

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Literary Analysis : ' The Yellow Wallpaper, By Arthur Conan Doyle

- In his Enigmas of Identity, Peter Brooks describes the “transactional nature of the self,” where individual identity is created through its relationship with others (Brooks 23). Identity is forged through “transpersonal networks”, moving beyond the individual or the personal (23). Identity is not static, but a continuous “project,” asking in what ways one stays the same, changes and grows (15). In Arthur Conan Doyle’ “A Scandal in Bohemia,” Wilkie Collins’ The Woman in White, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper,” identity and its transactional, malleable nature play a significant role....   [tags: Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle]

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Edgar Allan Poe 's The Mind And Thrill The Body

- Edgar Allan Poe is acknowledged today as one of the most brilliant and original writers in American literature. During the romanticism era Edgar Allan Poe was a unique writer of his time. He was the most important writer of the 19th century. Poe’s works scorn the mind and thrill the body. His storylines are majestic and mind-blowing. Poe is most renowned by his dark romanticism and gothic fiction. Poe’s own melancholy life explains his dark and gothic style. Edgar Allen Poe was born on January 19, 1809 to David and Elizabeth Poe....   [tags: Edgar Allan Poe, Romanticism, Detective fiction]

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When Asia Was The World, by Stewart Gordon

- Stewart Gordon is an expert historian who specializes in Asian history. He is a Senior Research Scholar at the Center for South Asian Studies at the University of Michigan and has authored three different books on Asia. Gordon’s When Asia Was The World uses the narratives of several different men to explore The Golden Age of medieval Asia. The fact that this book is based on the travels and experiences of the everyday lives of real people gives the reader a feeling of actually experiencing the history....   [tags: Asian History]

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The Pathology of Whitenes in Pym, by Mat Johnson

- Mat Johnsons novel, Pym challenges readers not only to view his work with a new set of eyes but also the work of all American literature with the understanding that the idea of Whiteness still has a very strong power over literature today. It is unfortunate that in today’s society, the pathology of Whiteness still holds a very strong presence in literary world. Literature from American authors versus literature from African American authors still continues to be segregated and handled with two different sets of criteria....   [tags: Diversity, Racial Division]

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Arthur: Myth, Legend, or Man

- King Arthur: myth, legend, hero or man. The mythical King Arthur is known as the man who became a king by pulling a sword, Excalibur, from a stone. The legendary King Arthur was thought to have had a table that he and his knights would gather around and it was round. Legend has it that King Arthur had commissioned Merlin, a powerful wizard, to design and enchant the table. This made way for the legend of “the knights of the round table”. The stories told about Arthur have evolved throughout the years, but was there a “real” Arthur....   [tags: King Arthur, Sword, Excalibur]

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The Legend Of Mature Arthur

- The legend of Mature Arthur starts out when he becomes king of England. After becoming king he marries the most beautiful women in England, Queen Guinevere. When he marries her, her dad gives Arthur a round table that is said to sit one hundred people. As king his number one advisor and friend is Merlin. The two of them are on a trip, and stop at the castle of a lord where they meet a woman who falls in love with King Arthur. Arthur says he will not stay with her, and she orders one of her knights go and kill him....   [tags: King Arthur, Mordred, Guinevere]

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Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- Author and Era: Death of a Salesman, the “first great American Tragedy,” is a 1949 play written by American playwright Arthur Miller. Miller is known for being a true activist, supporting and participating in many liberal issues, including the civil rights struggle and the protest against the Vietnam War. The basis for Death of a Salesman lies in Arthur Miller’s relationship with his uncle Manny Newman, a salesman. Miller expresses Manny’s emotions through Willy Loman, the main protagonist. In successfully doing so, Miller has been deemed an American who understands the true nature and values of the United States (Bloom)....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller]

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Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- The American Dream In Death of a Salesman, written by American playwright Arthur Miller, focuses on Biff’s relationship towards his father Willy Loman. He plays the role that drives most of Willy’s thoughts and actions, specifically his memories. Whenever Willy is not able to accept the present, he reverts to the past where Biff is usually nearby. Before Willy’s trip to Boston, Biff admired his father. He trusted and believed his philosophy that any person can be successful, provided that he is “well-liked”....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller]

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The Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- The Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller is a play about Willy Loman and his loving family. The Allegory of the Cave is a symbol for the differences between thought up ideas and what we see as reality. Plato’s main idea is to show us that what we see in the real world is not everything we actually see even if it’s not visibly apparent to us. The Allegory informs us how the world is a mysterious and dark cave, how us humans live as trapped enclosed prisoners unable to do anything, and everything we go through as experiences are shadows casted on the wall....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller]

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The American Dream By Arthur Miller

- America is one of the few countries in the world where the dreams of all are set high on a pedestal. In America, people fall in love with the dream that if a worker strives enough, they can work their way from the bottom to the pinnacle of success. However, in order to reach their pinnacle of success, people tend to make sacrifices that can be detrimental to their well-being. Studies suggest that one must have social interactions in order to exist as a normal human being. Mankind was not created to live alone, but to depend on others....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller]

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The Crucible by Arthur Miller

- The play, The Crucible by Arthur Miller, took place in Salem, Massachusetts during 1692. The people of Salem were known as Puritans, which were people who followed God, the commandments, and were required to read the Bible in their spare time. Elizabeth Proctor was known as a “good” Puritan woman, while Abigail Williams was known as what a Puritan should not be. Elizabeth and Abigail were known in the Salem community for their attitude, personality, and their actions. Elizabeth had a good personality and an even better attitude....   [tags: Crucible, Arthur Miller, ]

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The Crucible, by Arthur Miller

- When reading a classic novel like that of Arthur Miller, we oftentimes encounter the typical dynamic character; the lovable cocoon experiencing a most dramatic metamorphosis right before the reader’s eyes. In The Crucible, the reader is initially introduced to a reserved, confident, and scholarly Reverend Hale, who arrives in the secluded, gloomy town of Salem to investigate the mysterious behavior of the local priest’s daughter; Betty Proctor . Throughout the novel, Miller reveals Hale’s transformation from within his strict cocoon of formal studies and formulaic outlook on witchcraft diagnostics and religion to a jaded, less-than-sure of himself scholar, broken by the raw injustice and sha...   [tags: Arthur Miller, Analysis]

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The Crucible by Arthur Miller

- Indians aren’t the only “things” that run rampant during the 17th century; in The Crucible by Arthur Miller, rumors of witchcraft spread contagiously throughout colonial Massachusetts. Dogmatic, ignorant, and fearful, the Puritans gave in to their suspicions and accused innocent women of being witches. The irony of this was that not only did the mobs harass these innocent women, but these women also accused one another, with one “witch” blaming another “witch” to divert the attention of the pitchfork wielding, torch bearing mob to another ovary bearing victim....   [tags: arthur miller, witchcraft, witches]

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The Ethics Of Arthur Andersen Llp

- Over the years many companies have decided abandon ethical practices is lieu of higher profits. Because of the high value placed on profits in America, many companies have taken extreme measures to increase profits and increase payouts for shareholders. Arthur Andersen LLP is a prime example of how business executives have been willing to make unethical business decisions in order to please clients and gain an edge on competition. In the short run, these unethical decisions may have seemed beneficial, but in the long run, the extensive consequences of this behavior was not worth any anticipated gain....   [tags: Arthur Andersen, Enron, Business ethics]

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Analysis Of Toni Morrison 's ' The Dark : Whiteness And The Literary Imagination '

- In 1990 Toni Morrison delivered the William E. Massey Lectures in the History of American Civilization. The lecture series was revised and published in May 1992 as a slim volume titled Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination. The three essays are metacritical explorations into the operations of whiteness and blackness in the literature of white writers in the United States. Toni Morrison takes the position that the existing literary criticism in the United States has provided incomplete readings of its canonical literature and, further, has concealed the politics informing the practice of critical literary and cultural analysis itself....   [tags: Race, White people, Mark Twain, Ernest Hemingway]

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Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- Arthur Miller was an American playwright whose critique of problems outlined his genius. Miller’s most known play is Death of a Salesman and throughout this paper i 'll detour through many different aspects of this work of literature, Being born on October 17, 1915 in harlem New york, Arthur Miller was raised in a semi upper class house until his family lost almost everything in the Wall Street Crash of 1929. In the play Death of a salesman it explores the obstacles of the differences between a New York family 's dreams and the reality of their lives....   [tags: Character, Protagonist, Antagonist, Arthur Miller]

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Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- Multiple forms of parent and child relations are portrayed throughout the play Death of a Salesman, written by Arthur Miller. Throughout the play, it is seen that Willy Loman and his son 's relationship is all over with its ups and downs; this also occurs with Willy’s wife, Linda, and their sons. Also, other parent and child relations are seen throughout the play with Charley and his son Bernard, which can also be seen as another type of peculiar relationship. In Death of a Salesman, relationships between child and parent can be analyzed by the changes, differences and the effects it had on the people....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Family, Arthur Miller]

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Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- “Death of a Salesman’s main character, Willy Loman, is an open book”, Wade Bradford states in his theatrical review of Arthur Miller 's play. It may be true that this is a tragedy about Willy Loman, a mediocre salesman for 34 years who refuses to accept reality. At 60, he is cast aside from society, his usefulness exhausted and as a result, Loman commits suicide. In reality, this is a story how the house of cards collapses if you constantly lie to yourself. From my perspective Willie Loman is not an open book....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller, Life]

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Analysis of The Crucible by Arthur Miller

- In the play The Crucible, Arthur Miller shows how a repressed Puritan town in 1692 can be turned upside down when the threat of witchcraft is taken seriously. The Puritans believe the forest is where the Devil lurks, and they are fearful of the Devil. So when Parris, the town of Salem’s Reverend, catches a group of girls dancing and magic spirits in the forest, the town suspects that some sort of witchcraft is being practiced. The girls deny this accusation initially and Abigail, Reverend Parris’s niece, blames Tituba, a slave from Barbados....   [tags: crucible, arthur miller, puritans, witchcraft]

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Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- The play, Death of a Salesman, by Arthur Miller, set in the last century, centers around Willy Lowman, a traveling salesman in New England. The play grows out of Willy’s serious mental illness resulting from a disparity between reality and Willy’s idealistic goals of success. Willy’s visions of success through abundant material wealth deviate as Willy struggles to provide for his wife, Linda, and his two sons. As a result of his apparent failure of success, Willy tries to live vicariously through his son, Biff Lowman, who appears to have the ability to be a successful businessman by Willy’s standards....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller, Success]

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Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- Leonard Boswell once said, “The American Dream is one of success, home ownership, college education for one 's children, and have a secure job to provide these and other goals” (Boswell). This quote embodies the way Willy Loman, in Death of A Salesman by Arthur Miller, looks at life. He struggled through his whole life so he could feel as if he was truly successful. Willy wants everything that Boswell said plus he wants to be well liked, he wants the all important American Dream, and being better that those who surround him....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller, Success]

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Edgar Allan Poe : The Evil Genius Of American Literature

- “Poe has been called the evil genius of American literature” (Burt) Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most famous poets and storytellers in America’s history. Poe shows prime examples of most of the literary devices. His creations have opened our eyes in so many aspects. Literature is a system of complex words and uses certain methods and devices to construct the beauty and wholeness of a poem, story, or any writing of that matter. On January 19, 1809, Edgar Poe was born in Boston. His parents were David and Elizabeth Poe....   [tags: Edgar Allan Poe, Poetry, Virginia Eliza Clemm Poe]

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Fear and Manipulation in Arthur Miller's The Crucible

- Fear and Manipulation in Arthur Miller's The Crucible Fear holds a great control over any mortal human-being through daunting and restricted words, most commonly seen while anyone is under pressure. While being controlled over fear, you may come to realize that you are being manipulated to the possibilities of a threatened punishment and may also be mislead by lies. Arthur Miller’s classic novel, The Crucible takes place in Salem, Massachusetts, where a lot of times fear would be used to control anyone to blame another of witchcraft....   [tags: Arthur Miller, Crucible]

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Arthur Asher Miller's Life and Accomplishments

- Arthur Asher Miller (October 17, 1915 – February 10, 2005) was an American playwright and essayist. Born on October 17, 1915, in Harlem, Arthur was the second of three children of Isidore and Augusta Miller. He was often in the public eye, during the late 1940s, 1950s and early 1960s. During this period he also testified before the House Un-American Activities Committee, received Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and was married to Marilyn Monroe. He was a far-famed and an important figure in the American theatre, writing dramas that include plays such as All my sons (1947), Death of a Salesman (1949), The Crucible (1953) and A view from the bridge (one-act, 1955; revised two-act, 1956), as well as...   [tags: playwright, essayist, arthur miller]

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Archetypes in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible

- When analyzing literature from an archetypal perspective, one does not simply look at the character’s behavior in that literary piece. Rather, when using the archetypal theory, one connects the traits and actions of the characters in the literary work, the settings, the surroundings, and the situations to a familiar type of literary character. In Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, the characters Abigail Williams, John Proctor, and Reverend Hale exhibit common archetypal behavior and fit into a certain archetypal figure....   [tags: literary analysis, Arthur Miller]

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The Legend Of King Arthur

- People all around the world have experienced a tumultuous period in their life. The legend of King Arthur helps people connect to something outside of themselves during these rough patches. The different stories of King Arthur are very relatable to people of different backgrounds and cultures. The legend of King Arthur has withstood the tests of time because of the connection it has to people of different backgrounds, cultures, and time periods. The history of the legend provides a detailed past to Britain, as well as the rest of the world and has captured the attention of readers for centuries....   [tags: King Arthur, Holy Grail, Le Morte d'Arthur]

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The Influence of Edgar Allan Poe's Life on His Morbid Writings

- ... Unfortunately, he started to drink heavily and quickly became in debt. Less than a year later, Poe was forced to quit school due to financial issues. Edgar had no money, no job skills, and had been shunned by John Allan. When he was eighteen, Poe went to Boston and joined the U.S. Army in 1827. He did reasonably well in the Army and attained the rank of sergeant major. Mrs. Allan died in 1829, and John Allan tried to be amiable towards Edgar and signed his application to West Point. In 1830, Edgar Allan entered West Point as a cadet though he didn't stay long because John Allan refused to send him any money....   [tags: alcohol, marriage, death]

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Edgar Allan Poe 's Influence On Writers Today

- Edgar Allan Poe was born in Boston, Massachusetts on January 19th 1809. Poe had a tough life lots of hard work and dedication went into everything he had achieved in his lifetime. Poe who was referred to as the American master of the macabre, he was also one of the earliest American practitioners and considered to the inventor of detective fiction genre. First well know American writer to earn a living through published writing. (Two Hundred Years of Edgar Allan Poe.) The techniques Poe used have a great impact on writers today....   [tags: Edgar Allan Poe, Short story]

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A Brief Biography on Edgar Allan Poe

- ... He attended University of Virginia for 11 months , he had to leave because of his gambling habits. He was a lieutenant of Richmond Point Guard in 1824. Poe`s influences were Romancticism and American Literature. Lord Byron (British poet) also influenced him. Poe`s well known poem was “The Raven”. Poe was a poet , short-story writer, editor, and critic. His 3 poems were Sonnet to Science, Romance, and“The City in the Sea”. His novel “The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym was published in 1838. His two magazines were Burton`s Gentleman`s (1839-1840) and Graham`s Magazine (1841-1842).Poe`s 2 dark creepy tales are “The Fall of the House of Usher” and the “The Tell-Tale Heart”....   [tags: the master of macabre, influential writers]

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A Brief Biography of Edgar Allan Poe

- ... Maria Clemm and her daughter Virginia. (C-5) J.P. Kennedy helped him become editor of the Southern Literary Messenger from 1835-1837. Poe contributed stories, poems and astute literary criticism but his drinking lost him his editorship. Poe married his cousin Virginia Clemm in 1836,she was only 13, then in 1837 they went to New York there he published the narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym his only novel. In the summer of 1846 he moved with his wife to a cottage in what was a rural area in Bronx N.Y; she died there of tuberculosis in January of 1947.On October 3, 1949, in Baltimore a stranger found him delirious and in need of medical attention, a few days later he died at the age of 40 fro...   [tags: poems and tales of horror]

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A Brief Biography of Edgar Allan Poe

- ... Edgar would break rules until they kicked him out because his father would refuse to send him money. Two years later from the army Poe found out that his only mother figure was dying of tuberculosis. Poe tried to visit her but didn’t get the chance too. He never had a good relationship with his family because due to money and as they weren’t his “real” family. Poe’s writing carrier started when he was in the army. He would write anonymous poems called Tamblerlane and other poems. Two years later Poe found out that his only mother figure was dying of tuberculosis....   [tags: influential American writers, macabre genre]

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The Accomplishments Of Arthur Ashe

- United Nations Ambassador Andrew Young once said, “he took the burden of race and wore it as a cloak of dignity” (Bradley). A promising career as a tennis player, being the first African American tennis player to be ranked number one in the world, was paralleled with success in the battle for racial equality around the world (“Achievements”). People were touched and impacted, yet they only know him for his tennis accomplishments. He, Arthur Ashe, dedicated his life to helping others, as his life was goal was to help the poor, unfortunate, and misinformed (Carter)....   [tags: Tennis, Arthur Ashe, African American, Grand Slam]

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Edgar Allen Poe Rough Draft Essay

- Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe had a significant influence todays writers, he was a writer ahead of his times. Poe was one of the most celebrated American short story writers. He was also known as a famous poet, a critic, and an editor. Introduction Poe was famous for his works of mystery and dark poetry. He was not the most distinguished writer in American history, but he was the most versatile and well worth reading. He had an imagination that carried him away to an almost morbid dreamland, some say his gothic style of writing came from his own life, in which he suffered from depression....   [tags: writer, depression, death]

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Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- Death of a Salesman Critical Response Have you ever felt compelled to reconcile your past uncertainties because of the desire of attaining acceptance. In Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman”, Willy Loman, the protagonist, is a salesman blinded by his own delusion. This self delusion affects him and the people around him. The delusion also affects the standards of success that he created throughout his life to make sure his ambiguity is not transferred to individuals around him. These standards guide him towards his emphasised view of who he is and what he wants to achieve, causing pressure to both himself and Biff Loman, another main character....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller, Lee J. Cobb]

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Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- In literature and in life, people endure events which are the effects from the relationships between a parent and their child. In Death of a Salesman written by Arthur Miller it is evident how the relationship between Willy and his sons creates the downfall of the dysfunctional Loman family. Miller depicts the possessiveness that exists in humans through Willy Loman. In the 1949 era to preserve a healthy household it was important for the father-son relationship to be strong. If conflicts were to arise in their relationship the entire family would collapse and fail....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Family, Son, Arthur Miller]

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Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- The American Dream in today’s society is a concept that differs for each individual. For some, it is to be rich and to have a financially stable career. For others, it may be to start a family that will carry on a legacy for generations. Even though for each this may be personalized, a constant connection that the American Dream has for all is the search for happiness. In the play Death of a Salesman written by Arthur Miller, the American Dream is a theme that’s interpretation varies from character to character....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller, Want, WANT]

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Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller

- Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman is a tragedy that recounts the journey of Willy Loman, a salesman in his sixties, who attempts, but fails to achieve success through his own approach by being popular and well-liked. Miller uses several motifs to develop his theme, which is that people who are suffering, but continue not to be mindful of their actions and ideals, and not adapt to the current situation, will continue to suffer. Willy’s idea of success and his stubbornness to this idea is revealed using the motif of popularity....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller, Lee J. Cobb]

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The Arthur Ashe Courage Award

- On July 15, 2015, Caitlyn Jenner received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. The Arthur Ashe Courage Award is presented each year to an individual whose contributions have gone beyond sports. Many people may not recognize the name Caitlyn Jenner since only a few months prior, she was known as Bruce Jenner. In 1976, he was considered the best male athlete in the world. He won the men’s decathlon, which consists of ten events of track and field. Through all this, Bruce struggled with his self identity....   [tags: Sociology, Suicide, Arthur Ashe Courage Award]

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Arthur's Knights and The Light Beyоnd The Forest

- The Light Beyоnd The Forest Introductiоn This stоry features the exploits оf the many well-known knights оf King Arthur's Round Table -- Lancelot, Percival, Bоrs, Gawain, and Galahad -- each оf whom seeks tо find the cup оf the Last Supper. The Arthurian knights, who sat with King Arthur around a circular table, became the focal point оf fellowship between knights. Some оf them are famous as heroes and champiоns оf just cause (Pyle, 84-89). In theоry, they were brothers; however, jealousy, envy and hatred existed with the fellowship....   [tags: Chivalry, round table, King Arthur]

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The Hound Of The Baskervilles By Arthur Conan Doyle

- The aim of this article is to explore the tensions of English masculine identity in The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle in which men often feel entrapped by emotional, social and psychological roles imposed upon them during times of economic depression, imperialism and foreign competition. In nineteenth-century England, masculinity embraced a variety of components, including race, class, and gender. The concept of “manliness,” essential to the Victorians, underwent some changes: “To the early Victorian it represented a concern with a successful transition from Christian immaturity to maturity, demonstrated by earnestness, selflessness and integrity; to the late Victorian it s...   [tags: Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle]

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The, Bioengineering And Self Improvement, By Arthur Caplan

- The use of bioethics to alter one’s physical and mental happiness is portrayed as deceitful to many. This critical analysis evaluates an essay that pledges justification for self-improvement as morally right. The essay, “Bioengineering and Self-Improvement,” was written by Arthur Caplan, professor of bioethics and the University of Pennsylvania and director of Center for Bioethics. As presented in the essay, the author is supports using technology in improving one’s vigor and appearance. In fact, he declares that bioengineering improves one’s self through boosted confidence and self-respect....   [tags: Ethics, Morality, Better, Arthur Caplan]

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Bioengineering And Self Improvement By Arthur Caplan

- Bioengineering and Self-Improvement The practice of bioethics to alter one’s physical and mental happiness is portrayed as deceitful to many. This critical analysis evaluates an essay that pledges justification for self-improvement as morally right. The essay, “Bioengineering and Self-Improvement,” was written by Arthur Caplan, professor of bioethics and the University of Pennsylvania and director of Center for Bioethics. As presented in the essay, the author supports using technology in improving one’s vigor and appearance....   [tags: Ethics, Morality, Better, Arthur Caplan]

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Arthur Miller's Portrayal of Willy in "Death of a Salesman"

- The play opens with a description of the house. Which shows the house and Willy starting of as a failure, he fails by cheating on his wife and not respecting his friends. “Towering angular shapes behind it, surrounding it on all sides” This shows at the beginning that Willy is going to be a failure as his house is old and is small compared to the others and they all lean over the old crooked building making it look small worthless and untidy. Which shows he has no money to buy a big house that leans over the others, and as a salesman you would have thought that he would have had a lot of money as he is a working salesman....   [tags: Arthur Miller, Death of a Salesman,]

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Hysteria Creates Unexpected Actions in Arthur Millers' "The Crucible"

- Hysteria is characterized as an uncontrollable outburst of emotion or fear, often portrayed by irrationality. Hysteria supplants logic and enables people to believe that their neighbors, whom they have grown to trust, do things that one would normally find anomalous much like in Arthur Millers The Crucible. Wherever hysteria takes place, it fosters distortion of truth, unfathomable actions, and false accusations causing communities to rip apart. People who died in the haste of fear and uncertainty were unnecessary because fear clouds the judgment and perception of a person....   [tags: Hysteria, Arthur Miller, Crucible, ]

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The Struggles of the Worn Out Arthur Miller's "Death of A Salesman"

- From the time Arthur Miller began writing plays, till his recent death in 2005, he had never had such a well know play as Death of a Salesman. This play was first performed in the late 1940’s. It reveals the struggle of an old, worn out, salesman who is upset with the life that he has created. With the strain of his past mistakes lurking in the back of his mind, Willy cannot handle the stress and begins to have hallucinations of the past about the things he could have changed. 1.) Towards the end of Willy’s life he is beginning to realizing all the destruction not only of himself, but of his family, marriage, and job....   [tags: Arthur Miller, Death of A Salesman, ]

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Arthur Miller's The Crucible: A Defense for His Communist Friends

- Arthur Miller was an American author who was born in 1915. He wrote ‘the crucible’ in 1953 during the McCarthy period when Americans were accusing each other of pro-communist beliefs. Many of Miller’s friends were being attacked as communists and in 1956; Miller himself was brought before the House of Un-American Activities Committee where he was found guilty of beliefs in communism. The verdict was reversed in 1957 in an appeals court. The crucible was written to warn people about the mass hysteria that happened in Salem and how the McCarthy period could follow the same route....   [tags: Arthur Miller, communism, crucible,]

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History Repeats Itself: Arthur Miller's "The Crucible"

- In the story The Crucible, the plot and structure add meaning to the play. Arthur Miller does this by connecting the events of the Red Scare to the Salem Witch Trials. He does this by making the comparisons of how easily it is to trust false things, jump to conclusions too quickly, and believe irrational fears. In the first act of The Crucible, the setting revolved around the community. The community was curious as to if witch craft was happening in the forest where Parris caught the girls dancing....   [tags: Crucible, Arthur Miller, ]

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Dreams and Success in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman

- Dreams and Success in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman       In Arthur Miller's play, Death of a Salesman, Miller probes the dream of Willy Lowman while making a statement about the dreams of American society. This essay will explore how each character of the play contributes to Willy's dream, success, and failure.             Willy is the aging salesman whose imagination is much larger than his sales ability. Willy's wife, Linda, stands by her husband even in his absence of realism. Biff and Happy follow in their father's fallacy of life....   [tags: Death Salesman essays Arthur Miller]

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Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court as a Dystopian Work

- Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court as a Dystopian Work      For years, Mark Twain's "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" has been primarily viewed as a work of simple satire. Twain, desiring to poke fun at a group of America's cultural critics, chief among them Matthew Arnold, who claimed that cultural life in the U.S. treaded on shallow soil, takes aim at the venerated institutions of Britain. The author attempts to show that his country's lack of romanticized social structures, meaning an absence of royalty, the Catholic church, and long-dead knights and princesses, was far from a cultural weakness....   [tags: Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court]

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Suspense in Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle's The Hound of the Baskervilles

- Suspense in Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle's The Hound of the Baskervilles When Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle was writing The Hound of the Baskervilles it was the era of Queen Victoria. He used Victorian England for the setting because it increased tension. The Victorian times were a frightening and eerie time. There were flickering gas lamps, which lit the streets casting scary shadows, and also there was a weak police force and crime, prostitution, drug abuse and murders were common. Factories made the streets dark, smoky and dreary and there was often fog that was caused by the smoky factories....   [tags: Baskervilles Doyle Conan Arthur Essays]

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Arthur Miller 's Death Of A Salesman

- The American dream is comfort, motivation, reason, obsession, imprisonment and death. There are few that understand it and benefit. And others suffer from its unachievable promise. In the modern era God-controlled nobles are not the only who suffer from considerable flaws. When humans dedicate their lives to chase material objects they unwillingly play the role of a Loman, never a Great man. Every average individual may live twenty four hour long tragedies ripe with pity and fear. It is those very emotions on what “Death of a Salesman” empathizes with....   [tags: Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller, Tragedy, Drama]

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Edgar Allen Poe for Biography

- Edgar Allen Poe for Biography Edgar Allen Poe was born on January 19, 1809, in Boston, Massachusetts. Around this time was the Louisiana Purchase and the ending of importation of slaves. His parents were traveling actors but at a very early age his father deserted his family and his mother died in 1811. So Poe became a ward of John Allen who was a wealthy Richmond merchant. The Allan family lived in the United Kingdom from 1815 to 1820 before returning to Richmond. Poe and Allen’s relationship suffered tremendously making Poe having to make some hard decisions for his future....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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The Legends of Arthur

- The Legends of Arthur are considered the most treasured pieces of collected literature. Many writers have been fascinated by the mythical Knight and his adventurous tales. Of those authors are two of the most recognized– Sir Thomas Malory and Mary Stewart. Though the dates of which they lived were separate (Malory -1400's; Stewart -1900's), their love and interest of the Legend must have been equally great. If you look, though, and read the two stories, one might find a way to compare and contrast the two....   [tags: King Arthur Literature Compare Contrast]

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Arthur Miller's The Crucible

- Arthur Miller's The Crucible Reputation. Reputation is the general opinion of either a private or public group of people or all people involved in a position of anything relevant to a situation. For example, a great reputation in a sport will get you either paid more or chosen for a better team. Reputation is an important issue in much of everything....   [tags: Arthur Miller]

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The Sign Of Four By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is perhaps one of the best-known authors in the world. If you are unfamiliar with him perhaps you 'll know his creations better. He was the original creator of Sherlock Holmes, a revolutionary detective who was far beyond his time and helped shaped modern forensics. The Sign of Four is a story takes place in India and while being an incredible story that gives much insight into the characters, looking at the story from a historical viewpoint gives us a view into the genus that is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle....   [tags: Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle]

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Analysis Of ' The Five Orange Pips ' By Arthur Doyle

- “Upset the established order and everything becomes chaos…you know the thing about chaos. Its fair (Heath Ledger as the Joker in “The Dark Knight”)”. Now, these pip killers are no Joker, however, in both of these tales, it shows that a little chaos can eradicate the established order. The Joker showed us that civilized people are only as civilized as the world allows them to be and in “Five Orange Pips” the pip killers showed us that even the most careful can fall from grace. The Five Orange Pips by John Arthur Doyle is about chaos and reveals that chaos is a catalyst for fear and vengeance....   [tags: Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle]

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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle And The Adaptations Are Put Forward

- The final section includes conclusion and presents findings that the thesis produces in the analysis section. Following by this, research questions for a further study on the subject of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Watson and the adaptations are put forward. The goal of this essay is to examine the following problem statement. While watching the recent television adaptation, how is it possible to view literary creations of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with the character of John Watson as a cultural text. It is apparent to observe that his character is given new significance in modern society....   [tags: Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes]

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The Persuasiveness of the Captivity Narrative

- As the most influential black American author of his time, in The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavas Vassa, the African, Written by Himself, Olaudah Equiano illuminated for the masses many of the inhumanities and atrocities associated with the slave trade that previously had been known only to those more intimately involved with it and began an entire new genre known as the slave narrative. Part of the success of Equiano’s narrative must be ascribed to the familiar themes of capture, captivity, and restoration that he experienced and many had read in one of the many “captivity narratives” that were so popular in early Colonial times....   [tags: Olaudah Equiano, Narrative]

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The Speckled Band By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

- The film adaptations of literary works can sometimes be a nightmare. However, they can also turn out better than the original work in some rare instances. In the case of The Speckled Band by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the movie was a better format for telling the murder mystery because of the movie’s ability to show rather than tell the audience what is happening, the clearer explanation of the plot, and the more in-depth development of the characters. In the movie adaptation of Doyle’s story, the audience is not limited to only reading or listening to dialogue to progress the story’s plot as it is in the book....   [tags: Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes]

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`` A Scandal Of A Detective ' By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

- Whether men realize it or not, women constantly deceive them. There is a persistent normality of the common man falling for, in most cases, a beautiful woman’s sly and deceptive mind games. As seen in London in the 1890’s in “A Scandal in Bohemia,” written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, there is a prime example of clever trickery between Irene Adler and Sherlock Holmes. The word clever is usually owned by Holmes, but not in this instance. It all starts with Adler deceptively blackmailing the King of Bohemia with a picture, who then hires Holmes to retrieve this picture....   [tags: Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes]

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The Adventure Of The Speckled Band By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

- Dr. Grimesby Roylott is depicted as the murderer of his step-daughter, Julia, in the short-story, “The Adventure of the Speckled Band,” written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes was not guilty of killing Dr. Roylott; although, Holmes may have been able to handle the situation with more tranquility. Primarily, Sherlock Holmes had been hired to protect Helen Stoner; he had not been deliberately attempting to kill Dr. Roylott. Furthermore, Holmes was only using self-defense when he eyed the swamp adder....   [tags: Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle]

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The Hound Of The Baskervilles By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

- The Hound of the Baskervilles, written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is one of Doyle’s crime novels that features the detective Sherlock Holmes who seeks to solve the mystery of Sir Charles Baskerville’s death and separate the cause of Baskerville’s death from a family tale of a menacing hound. The Hounds of Baskerville, directed by Paul McGuigan, is a modern-day film adaptation of Doyle’s story. Compared to The Hound of the Baskervilles, the realistic aspect and the theme of immorality accompanied by the portrayal of the results of unethical science through the characters in The Hounds of Baskerville all work to support the idea that the story serves as a cautionary tale against the loss of mo...   [tags: Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes]

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The Adventure Of The Speckled Band By Arthur Conan Doyle

- A Satisfying Plot The best novels or stories leave the reader with satisfaction and a feeling of being content, they leave the reader in a state where he/she doesn’t have to go back to the book or question how it ends. This is the satisfaction that every reader searches for when they are reading a book, a satisfaction that is in many cases, only available in books and stories. One story that portrays this satisfaction is “The Adventure of the Speckled Band” written by Arthur Conan Doyle. This is a murder mystery story that features Sherlock Holmes, it involves a woman (Helen Stoner) whose sister died mysteriously....   [tags: Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle]

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The Hound Of Baskervilles By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

- What’s Hidden Between the Lines. In The Hound of Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the reader can tell a lot about the characters and their relationships just through the dialogue alone. Sherlock Holmes is dominant, or the alpha, and plays the master role when it comes to working with his apprentice, John Watson. Watson plays the obedient apprentice who wants to make his master proud. The dialogue allows the readers to see what the author did not blatantly state. Through solely analyzing the dialogue, the readers are able to learn more and more in depth than the reader would by only initially reading the book....   [tags: Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle]

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Narrative Writing Is A Genre Of Writing

- Narrative writing is a genre of writing that all students use at some point in school, whether it’s elementary, high school, or college. With Narrative writing I’m sure people have different views than I do and might not enjoy it as well as I. But I’m sure there are others that enjoy it the same if not more than me. This form of writing can be a chance to escape from reality and have fun with your writing. Narrative writing can consist of many different stories from created ones to real life experiences, such as a story starting out true but ending with a twist....   [tags: Narrative, Fiction, Writing, Narratology]

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The Power of the Liberal Narrative

- Trudging through the mountains of facts, studies, and opinions relevant to social and political issues creates a daunting task for political strategists, leaving them to decide what information is relevant and essential for the voting public to know, in order to rally the voters to support a certain candidate. However, these mountains of facts and opinions can turn off voters, and scare away many potential supporters, forcing political strategists to also engage the emotional lives of the populace: enter the role of cultural narratives- tales of adventure, sacrifice, defeat, and victory grabbing hold of the emotional lives of the audience, and as George Lakoff points out, “…politics is abou...   [tags: Liberal Narrative Essays]

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Sounds of Silence: Gordon Hempton

- ... He is talking about a topic, but while he is in action and not just sitting in a chair in some room. He is doing what he is talking about. The reporter also adds voiceover throughout the story as well to unite and continue the flow of the video. Through the use of different shots, varied angles, and subjects, the videographer was able to create continuity and compress hours of footage into a continuous flowing five-minute clip. One visual element used to compress time and action in the video was a kind of sequence, “A compressed action”....   [tags: musical artists]

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