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    The Plot of Hypertexts

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    The Plot of Hypertexts It is quite possible that hypertext is the new literate medium of the future, arguably the present. Unlike its bound counterpart, hypertexts nonlinear. They do not follow a simply straight path from beginning to end, rather the audience is able to choose the information necessary to them and move on. According to Janet H. Murray, author of Hamlet on the Holodeck, “if we give the interactor complete freedom to improvise, we lose track of the plot,” (Murray, 196). This

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    Hamlet Plot

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    HAMLET PLOT The play opens during the evening watch at the castle of Elsinore in Denmark. The last two nights, a ghost dressed in the dead King Hamlet’s armor has appeared as the clock strikes one. Three men, Horatio (Hamlet’s friend), Marcellus, and Bernardo, are talking, when the ghost appears once more. Horatio tries to talk to the ghost, but the ghost is silent and then disappears. The men try to figure out why the ghost has returned and decide that Hamlet should speak to his father’s ghost.

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    marriage and trial plots in The Merchant of Venice. The antagonists of the respective plots have similar goals; they seek access to power and privilege. However, the types of power they seek is very different. The methods they use of gaining power are also differ. Bassanio succeeds with his intent, but Shylock fails. Focusing on the before mentioned plots, one may draw some conclusions concerning the reasons of success and failure in this play. Let us look at the marriage plot. Already in I,i Bassanio

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    Platoon Plot

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    Platoon is a story of a soldier’s perspective of the Vietnam War. The movie is for the most part told out of the eyes of members of one platoon of the 25th Infantry Division. It is a movie dedicated to all of the people who fought in the Vietnam War. In the movie, Chris Taylor is a young man from a wealthy family, but while in college, chooses to help his country and do his duty in the Vietnam War. He is sent to Vietnam gets put in the 25th Infantry Division. Chris first has some rough times while

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    The Plot against People

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    The Plot against People Have you ever thought that the possibility exists that inanimate objects are in fact “plotting against people” in an effort to make our lives even more difficult than they actually are? In “The Plot against People,” Russell Baker, a newspaper columnist and humorist, adopts a wry view of the world in which he gives inanimate objects mischievous aims. As a class assignment, I was called upon to write my own version in the style of Baker. How often is it that we are late

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    Hamlet Plot Theory

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    Rachel Bilderback Professor Lake 5 April 2014 Richard Tyre’s Six Point Plot Pattern in Hamlet and Boy in the Summer Sun Richard Tyre explains in his essay You Can’t Teach Tolkien that almost every work of fiction that involves a journey contains six different plot points that follow a certain pattern. Tyre begins by explaining the popularity of the Lord of the Rings books, which has to do with multiple journeys. Tyre says, “Ask each member of the class to name the novel or long fiction or biographical

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    Sub-plots in Hamlet

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    Sub-plots in Hamlet There are many things that critics say make Hamlet a "Great Work," one of which is the way that Shakespeare masterfully incorporates so many sub-plots into the story, and ties them all into the main plot of Hamlet’s revenge of his father’s murder. By the end of Act I, not only is the main plot identified, but many other sub-plots are introduced. Among the sub-plots are trust in the Ghost of King Hamlet, Fortinbras, and the relationship between Hamlet and Ophelia. These three

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    Analysing the Plot and Sub Plot of A Dolls House by Henrik Ibsen As another year goes by I am now writing a piece of coursework for AS drama, this particular piece will be about a not so well known play called ‘A dolls house, written by Henrik Ibsen. In particular I will by studying carefully and analysing the plot and subplot of the play. The play was wrote in the 1800’s and was first performed in Copenhagen during the winter of 1879. Most of Ibsens plays were based around the issues

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    The Cybernetic Plot of Ulysses A paper delivered at the CALIFORNIA JOYCE conference (6/30/93) To quote the opening of Norbert Wiener's address on Cybernetics to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in March of 1950, The word cybernetics has been taken from the Greek word kubernitiz (ky-ber-NEE-tis) meaning steersman. It has been invented because there is not in the literature any adequate term describing the general study of communication and the related study of control in both machines

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    A reddleman is traveling with a young woman, across Egdon Heath on a November day, when he crosses the path of a stranger on the road and keeps the woman’s identity a secret. The two talk and eventually depart when they split paths to rest at night. From there the reddleman notices many figures on a hilltop and later finds out that these people are the heath folk who have come to start a fifth of November bonfire. The Reddleman safely returns Thomasin Yeobright, to her aunt, Mrs. Yeobright. Thomasin

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