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    to be heard, with great strength and passion. Works Cited Hall, Donald. Literary and Cultural Theory: From Basic Principles to Advanced Applications. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2001. Miall, David. "Poetics 19." Readers' Response to Narrative: Evaluating, Relating, Anticipating (1990): 323-339. Palmer, Eaustace. An introduction to the African Novel. New York: Africana Publishing Corporation, 1972. Thiong'o, Ngugi. A Grain of Wheat. Jordan Hill, Oxford: Heinemann Educational Publishers

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    In Mark Haddon's contemporary novel, "The curious incident of the dog in the Night-Time", the protagonist, Christopher Boone, does seem completely unsuited to narrating a novel, as he takes on his authorial voice, thus demonstrating symptoms of his disability, 'Asperger's Syndrome.' This is a syndrome that enables him to see the world only through his limited perspective, which is closed, frightened and disorientated - which results in his fear of, and inability to understand the perplexing world

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    Through one perspective two different connecting stories are told in the novel Middlesex. One view can describe two stories that affect each other by describing one person’s reason of life. Eugenides employs a first person narration by Cal, the main character, on two stories affecting his life. Cal begins his narration about himself being Middlesex crossing over to a narration of his grandparent’s life fleeing from Greece. The narration of his grandparent’s life seems to some extent subjective

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    “Greasy Lake”

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    “Greasy Lake” by T. C. Bolyle narrated from the perspective of an unnamed narrator, told as a reflective account of his youth. In the story, he recounts details of his experiences on a summer evening with two friends. The reader experiences the misadventures of the protagonist that night along as told from the viewpoint of the now mature narrators retrospective. Exposed in the story are two character traits of the protagonist. Those traits are immaturity and rebellion, along with the trait of introspection

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    The Lack of Credibility in Homer's Iliad

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    the narrative qualities of Homer's Iliad by many critics. The narration of the story has, however, been noted as a classic example of in medias res. "The term is derived from Horace, literally meaning `in the midst of things'. It is applied to the literary technique of opening a story in the middle of the action and then applying information about the beginning of the action through flashbacks and other devices for exposition" (Holman 247). This term only partially describes the narrative of The

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    Both Charles Dickens and James Joyce included dialogues in their stories. Dialogue is important because it shows the character's personality, emotions, and actions. A character’s word tells us much about the character’s social/cultural background, education and emotional/psychological state. The first story, Oliver Twist, is about a starving boy being treated unfairly. The second story, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, is about a sad boy being annoyed, uncomfortable. And bullied. These two

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    Formalistic Approach to Corona The formalistic approach allows the reader to look at a literary piece, and critique it according to its form, point of view, style, imagery, atmosphere, theme, and word choice. The formalistic views on form, allow us to look at the essential structure of the story. Stories such as Corona by Samuel Ray Delany show the aspects of a formalistic literary piece. The specific word choice that the author uses is very obvious right from the beginning. The choice of words

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    Dialogic and Formal Analysis of Thomas Gray's Elegy (Eulogy) Written in a Country Churchyard By combining the formal and dialogical approaches, patterns and voices within the text seemingly interplay and overlap to reveal a deeper sense of the author's intentions. While the formalistic analysis focuses on the text and the unfolding themes within, the dialogical analysis recognizes "...the essential indeterminacy of meaning outside of the dialogic - and hence open - relationship between voices"

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    scenario in the office. Orozco brings out the typical office affairs to reflect social structure and human relationship. In ¡§Boys,¡¨ the writer condenses the boys¡¦ life into one paragraph. Even though it is a story with thirty-year time frame, the narrative way ¡§one paragraph¡¨ makes every single account similar. As if readers are looking at the world from a high place. Moody uses repetition,¡¨ Boys enter the house¡¨ in every sentence, makes a connection on every single account in boys¡¦ life. It indicates

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    William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying In his book, As I Lay Dying, William Faulkner pioneers new and interesting literary forms. His most obvious deviation from traditional novel writing was the new style of narration in which he used all the main characters as the narrator at one point or another. This allowed the reader to gain insight into the character’s thoughts, and also to prove very interesting and entertaining. Faulkner also ignores all boundaries that sane people have placed upon the English

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