• Narration and Monstration Within 'Rescued by Rover'
    the audience an insight into the future, an advanced narrative technique of the time, debatably an early popularisation of the ‘dramatic irony’ technique. The opening sequence of the film feature two shots linked by a jump cut. The first shot, a slow pan shot, shows what appears to be a homeless...
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  • Dulce Et Decorum Est Analysis
    warmongers. Conveying horrific and frightening imagery from the war he served in, Owen expresses his strongly anti-war sentiments to the reader. Through the irony found in the ending, horrific imagery and the feeling of surrealism woven into the poem, the poet forces the reader to experience the war, and...
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  • Romeo and Julliet Essay
    see the tension of the servants frantically trying to get everything ready on time. During this time, Shakespeare uses dramatic irony to get the audience worried about Romeo because they are awaiting his arrival to the party but they also want to know what is going to happen to Romeo and if he is...
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  • jackson
    n “What You Pawn I Will Redeem” by Sherman Alexie, the main character is a homeless Native American Indian who came to Seattle to go to college and quit after two semesters.  Alexie creates a world where the protagonist seems to find help from every turn that he makes. Setting  The setting is...
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  • The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas
    shock and encourage the reader to make social changes in terms of race and gender equality. The main techniques Boyne uses are characterisation, literary devices, dramatic irony . The Holocaust took place in World War II when Nazi Germany killed people in a planned and forced way. Six million...
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  • tfulhkh
    ), two mathematicians, three farmers, countess chemists, a handful of doctors all aged thirteen and all with their heads in the clouds. Dreamers! Idle speculators! A generation of hopeless romantics!” Here, Lurie uses the exaggerated and overtly dramatic language of a typical thirteen year old who...
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  • Contextual Study: the Great Gatsby & American Beauty
    the Jazz in Gatsby’s parties to Rock, Lester’s Pink Floyd. There is also change in technology, from Gatsby’s Juice machine to Ricky’s video camera. And also interestingly, there is use of drugs (significantly depressants) in both the texts; the drug of choice shifting from alcohol to marijuana...
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  • A Good Man Is Hard to Find: Irony Is Shown Throughout the Story
    -2009) Irony is shown throughout the story, such as the fact that the grandmother uses the misfit’s escape as a reason for them not to go to Florida and stated , “I wouldn't take my children in any direction with a criminal like that a loose in it” and in the end she’s the one that waved the car...
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  • Irony in Markus Zusak's the Messenger
    in The Messenger 38 4.3. Meaning for the Irony in The Messenger 43 CHAPTER V CONCLUSION AND SUGGESTION 46 5.1 Conclusion 46 5.2 Suggestion 47 BIBLIOGRAPHY 48 APPENDIX 51 LIST OF TABLES Table 3.1 Example of Data Presentation 25 Tabel 4.1 The Use of Self-directed Irony in The Messenger...
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  • Romeo and Juliet
    through use of dramatic irony. Modern audiences undoubtedly know what comes next, making the dark references Shakespeare creates even more sombre. A lark is the bird of death, which sings in the morning. This is a visual oxymoron, and is therefore written 5 times, repeating itself like an ever...
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  • Living with Strangers
    - she has become a victim of her own law. The use of concrete examples and irony contributes positively to the reader’s comprehension. This is seen in the beginning of the essay when she describes the mentality in her hometown in Minnesota: “… accusations of snobbery - the worst possible sin in my...
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  • Hiroshima
    completely changed at 8:15 on the 6th of August 1945 by the dropping of the first atomic bomb. The author, John Hersey, through his use of descriptive language the in book Hiroshima exposes the many horrors of a nuclear attack. Through the shocking and troubling graphic detail of human suffering...
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  • holy thursday poetry explication
    comments. Blake uses an aggressive and angered tone throughout the poem due to his rage of how the poorly the deprived are treated. He describes his surroundings with little detail, but uses certain words that are sufficient to illustrate an image for the reader, which is demonstrated throughout the poem...
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  • O. Henry
    . Conflict   There are external and internal conflicts in this short story. The external conflict is realized through the struggle between man (Soapy) and society. It is society that made Soapy homeless and unemployed. He was a social outcast, but still Soapy was very proud, he didn’t want to take...
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  • Personal Narritave
    jewelry to marijuana pipes. There are a gathering of homeless people hustling for beer and drug money, and those who perform different talents for some extra cash. My mom and I went to the local ink shop and were planning on getting matching lock and key tattoos, unsatisfied with the designs, I was...
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  • Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Scene 5 Analysis
    Academic Essay Comment on Shakespeare’s stagecraft in Act 3 Scene 5 of ‘Romeo and Juliet’. William Shakespeare, the celebrated playwright, wrote many famous plays. Yet few are as renowned as his ‘Romeo and Juliet’, the tragic love story about two star-crossed lovers from feuding families...
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  • Of Mice and Men
    to go on the road in search of work just to survive. The main characters in both novels are both poor and homeless but not hopeless. They hope that someday they will again be able to settle down and be safe again in their own home or something they can call their own. ...
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  • Good People in Cannery Row
    image, but Mack just wants to have fun. Whenever he uses this sort of power, he is always talking about doing something for someone else. The adventures of Mack and the boys is filled with irony: Gay having a wife that beats him, Hazel likes conversation, but hates talking, or having a party for...
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  • The Simple Gift
    poems are told from the perspectives of the three main characters: Billy, the sixteen-year-old runaway; Caitlin, a girl from a wealthy family who forms a genuine relationship with Billy; and Old Bill, a homeless alcoholic. How does this mix of gender, social status and age, affect your appreciation of...
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  • Research Report on Edith Wharton
    farm structures, reflects the emotionally stunted life existing inside, and the withering orchard of starving apple trees and crazily slanting gravestones in the family plot also mirror Frome's blighted life. Wharton uses irony, as well as landscape and imagery, to great effect in this work...
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