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Structure and Narrative Technique in "Wurthering Heights" and "Return of the Native"

- Thomas Hardy employs an `omniscient' narrator in his rural novel `Return of the Native', as he attempts to mimic classical tragedy by uniting the essential elements of time, place and action. The fact that the novel was originally intended to be of a five book structure, with monthly instalments, ending with a final, devastating climax, coupled with the numerous classical references to "Hades." "Hercules" and "Prometheus", shows even further Hardy's desire to create an immensely tragic novel, void of a desire to please societies middle-class novel reading public....   [tags: European Literature]

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Violent Video Games : Effect Of Narrative Context And Reward Structure On Game And Postgame Aggression

- Children today are exposed to more graphic violence in video games compared to any past generations. This is because the media finds that making a profit, surpasses the lives of the adolescents that play these games. However, over time two set of views formed from the violence in video games. James D. Sauer, is a graduate of the School of Phycology. In his article, “Violent Video Games: The Effects of Narrative Context and Reward Structure On In-Game and Postgame Aggression,” Sauer, describes that adolescents gain forms of aggression and violence after playing certain games....   [tags: Video game, Video game controversy, Game]

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Analysis of Edgar Allen Poe's The Raven

- Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most well-known gothic writers around. He has written many form of writing from poems to short stories. One of his most famous narrative poems is “The Raven.” There are many reasons to read the “The Raven.” One reason to read the poem is because it is a classic. Secondly, reading “The Raven” can give sight to Poe’s thoughts and feelings towards his life. Thirdly, the poem is a good example of the mind set of someone who has faced a loss. Another reason would be that the poem can represent trochaic octameter form....   [tags: Rhyming Structure, Narrative Poem]

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Writing a Personal Narrative

- Purpose and Audience Personal narratives allow you to share your life with others and vicariously experience the things that happen around you. Your job as a writer is to put the reader in the midst of the action letting him or her live through an experience. Although a great deal of writing has a thesis, stories are different. A good story creates a dramatic effect, makes us laugh, gives us pleasurable fright, and/or gets us on the edge of our seats. A story has done its job if we can say, "Yes, that captures what living with my father feels like," or "Yes, that’s what being cut from the football team felt like." Structure There are a variety of ways to structure your narrative story....   [tags: Personal Narrative Writing]

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Voltaire's Candide versus Gronniosaw's A Narrative

- Although Voltaire and Gronniosaw are similar in that their quest for enlightenment and individuality, they are also very different. Candide is a philosophical satirical novel that ingeniously shakes the misinterpretation of doctrinal optimism. Whilst A Narrative of the Life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw written by himself, (For the purpose of this essay described as, ‘A Narrative.’) is an autobiographical, spiritual account of Gronniosaw’s travels. This essay will look at the narrative techniques, and the distinctive features, of the language used in both extracts....   [tags: narrative techniques and distinctive features]

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It's Structure That Matters

- The structure of a story is the main key which provides a better understanding and insight analysis to the reader. The elements of structure are time, setting, and character. Each individual element shapes the world of a story, and outlines the values or information which the writer is trying to the readers. In the articles¡¨Boys¡¨and ¡§Orientation¡¨ we can see totally different structures. By comparing these two stories, the two writers present their stories in totally different ways. The ¡§Boys¡¨ is narrated in a chronology linear to give readers the process of growing up, and the ¡§Orientation¡¨ is using traditional structure with humor factor to reflect the office life....   [tags: Writing Structure Comparison Analysis]

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Authorial Vs. Figural Narrative Situations in Coetzee’s Boyhood

- Boyhood is a story of initiation with autobiographical characteristics when it comes to the content of the text. However, unlike the conventional narratological pattern of most autobiographies (first person, past tense), the narrator in Boyhood is an omniscient third person one, speaking in the present tense. The use of pronouns: “he,” “his mother,” “his father,” and “his brother,” rather than their names, enforces a sparse, universal feel, yet at the same time, Coetzee the individual, is evident and distinct....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Narrative Perspectives]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' Fear Of Narrative And The Skittery Poem Of Our Moment ' By Tony Hoagland

- Tony Hoagland’s poetry is well known for his take on life and his poems have been chosen for the Brittingham Prize of Poetry. In “Fear of Narrative and the Skittery Poem of our Moment” by Tony Hoagland, Hoagland talks about how narrative is out and skittery is in. Meaning that structured and systematic poems are not the norm of our day and age but that fractured and chaotic poems are. Hoagland says, “Our age lacks the structure of a story. Or perhaps it would be closer to say that narrative implies progress and completion.” And with this he is stating that we aren’t capable of writing a structured poem so that’s why we result to writing skittery poems....   [tags: Poetry, Narrative poetry, Marriage]

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The Documentary Form And Narrative Cinema Have Impacted And Influenced Each Other

- This essay will be looking into the ways that the documentary form and narrative cinema have impacted and influenced each other. The documentary text chosen, Louis Theroux: Behind Bars (2008) depicts the life of prison inmates within America’s infamous San Quentin State Prison. Theroux speaks to serial murderers, gang members, at-risk inmates and guards whilst questioning their sentence alongside their feelings about life within prison. Similarly, the narrative text chosen Carandiru (2003) looks into the life of fictional inmates within the Brazilian Carandiru Penitentiary, a factual prison with its climax based on the 1992 police attack....   [tags: Film, Narrative, Cinema of the United States]

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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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