Essay on Protagonist

Home – Iain Crichton Smith – How to Fail

What techniques does the author use to show what the word “Home” really means to the main character? Introduction A short story I have read and thoroughly enjoyed is “Home” by “lain Crichton Smith” I chose this short story because I found the authors’ style of writing interesting and the way he showed the characters’ […]

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Edith Wharton

edTHE SHORT STORIES OF EDITH WHARTON 1). What is a modern heroine? My conception of a modern heroine is a woman who has integrity, puts her ideas into action, can verbally and sometimes physically spar with a man, is aware of her own emotions, and has compassion for others. She is empowered and independent, not […]

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Adam Hasslet’s ‘Notes to My Biographer’

The Starvation for the Acknowledgement in Adam Hasslet’s ‘Notes to My Biographer’ It is a well-known fact that the nature of the human being is a completely undiscovered area. The story Notes To my Biographer by Adam Haslett proves this fundamental postulate of psychology. Skillfully, this outstanding United States fiction writer with global acknowledgement contrived […]

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Whatever-Works-School

Whatever Works The 2009 American comedy film “Whatever Works” was directed and written by Woody Allen and is set in New York. The main character Boris Yelnikoff is performed by Larry David and shows a divorced, misanthropic chess teacher and former Columbia professor who leads an eccentric life. Avoiding human contact as far as possible […]

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Every Novel Is the Story of a Characters Journey

Every novel is the story of a characters Journey to self-knowledge. Discuss. Intro – The statement that ‘every novel is the story of a characters Journey to self- knowledge’ is true because in every good book written the main character goes through a type of Journey, but there is always the internal Journey that really […]

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Analysis of “The Grave”

An Analysis of “The Grave” The grave is the story of a young girl named Miranda who goes exploring and hunting with her brother Paul, one afternoon. Upon trespassing onto private property that their family had sold, and inspecting some empty gravesites, both Paul and Miranda find hidden treasures inside the empty earth. Both had […]

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Comparative Analysis-Poetry

Comparative Analysis Paper-Poetry Poetry often addresses the struggles of life and workplace themes. The language and content used by the author may often convey his or her experiences and how well this is done is dependent upon the poetic techniques used to produce an emotional response or mood of the reader. Three poems have been […]

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Analysis – 483 words – College

Analysis Worksheet for Critical Analysis EssayTwo Dimensional:A.            Self Portrait with Braid, Frida Kahlo                oil              I own this pieceB.            This is a self portrait of Frida Kahlo in which she had braids.                    This is a portrait of herself   The title is self explanitory   C.            Elements and Principles                Line – describe the direction of the objects in the work                  List and provide an explanation of the […]

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The Giver Summery

The Giver by Lois Lowry The world that the book takes place in consists of several communities. Each community is governed by the Elder. The Elder are like the mayors of the city. Almost everything in this world is totally controlled. For instance, people do not get to choose what job they want to have. […]

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How I Learned How to Be a Real Coyntry Woman

How I Learnt to be a Real Countrywoman by Deborah Morgaah from 1995.It is not for all people to live in the coyntry, some like the noice and bysu life off living in the big city. And this story shows u show difficult it can be, to fit in and create a new life for […]

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What Defines Protagonist’s Identity in the Master and Margarita and Kiss of the Spider Woman?

Mikhail Bulgakov’s Master and Margarita and Manuel Puig’s Kiss of the Spider Woman are concentrated with developing humans’ identities, through ambiguous speeches and culpable actions. Conversely to Puig’s protagonist Molina who sacrifices himself for love, Bulgakov creates the master whose egocentric desires for public recognition leads to loss of inspiration and eventually to self-destruction, which […]

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How the Protagonists Change in Macbeth and Othello

How can a person become so caught up in what others say and do, that they lose sight of who they really are, and pursue something they’re not? Othello is overcome with Jealousy and let’s himself become caught up in suspicion; this is his fatal flaw which leads to his tragic downfall. On the other […]

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An essay to compare the two protagonists The Signalman and The Foghorn

Firstly, The Signalman appears wary but well-educated who has thrown his life away. This may well be why he is stuck in a little booth by himself controlling trains. This setting is very simple. The setting is simple because The Signalman has his own small room, which is described like a dungeon. The quotations “A […]

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An Arrest, Napoleon and the Spectre and Signal Man

The first gothic short story was written by Horace Walpole in 1765. The first gothic short story was called “the caste log Otranto”; from this the whole gothic short story tradition began when readers found this novel to be electrifying, original, thrilling and suspenseful. Gothic short stories are based on the supernatural, and its medieval […]

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An review on the Edge by Alan Gibbons

The Edge is a novel covering some of the main modern day issues and concerns such as domestic violence, single parenting, drugs and racism. After having to cope with a violent boyfriend for three years young mum Cathy and her son Danny come up with a risky but possible plan to get away from `The […]

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The Alchemist Test

Santiago adventurous young shepherd determined to fulfill his Personal Legend The Crystal Merchant struggling merchant who owns a crystal shop on top of a hill, fear of change and afraid to travel to Mecca, Santiago helps him The Tribal Chieftan a strict and ruthless tribal chieftain who lives in luxury, enforces Al-Fayoum’s status as a […]

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Thea Elvsted is a foil to Hedda

Throughout the play, Thea Elvsted is a foil to Hedda. She acts as a contrast to the main character in both personality and looks; Hedda being tall, thin with sharp features whilst Thea is smaller, with soft features and a more womanly body. Thus Thea is often used, during the script, to differentiate from Hedda […]

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The Donkey Cart

Alright, so this is a summary on the short story Donkey Cart written by S. T. Hwang. The main character wasnt mentioned in the story so we Just assumed that he might be our main character, anyway the summary goes like this: A teacher in a small town In the northwest of china named S. […]

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Canal Dela Reina Book Review

BOOK JOURNAL (Canal de la Reina by Liwayway Arceo) The world is composed of different kinds of people. Some people are rich, others are poor. But in most countries majority of the people are the poor. 1. Write about what your feelings are after reading the opening chapter(s) of the book. How do your feelings […]

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Eleven Poem

“Eleven” depicts a young and composite character, Rachel, whose birthday experience instills the connection between wisdom, intelligence, and maturity, using literary devices. In the story, Rachel’s teacher, Mrs. Price insists that Rachel wears a repulsive red sweater that does not even belong to her. Feeling powerless to her teacher’s authority, Rachel reluctantly obeys, but her […]

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Dream of a Ridiculous [Religious] Man

Dream of a Ridiculous [Religious] Man The concepts of a utopia, the core of human nature, and questions associated with morality drive the reasoning behind Dostoevsky’s Dream of a Ridiculous Man, a classic tale of a ‘lost’ man who undergoes a complete change in emotion, appearance, and sensitivity as the story progresses to eventually find […]

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