• Narration and Monstration Within 'Rescued by Rover'
    How does director Lewin Fitzhamon use both monstration (what appears within a single shot) and narration (how shots are connected) to construct and clearly convey the narrative of Rescued by Rover? Fitzhamon, very deliberately, makes use of narration and monstration to move the story of ‘Rescued by...
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  • Romeo and Julliet Essay
    are panicking and you can 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...
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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 the...
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  • Hiroshima
    how their lives 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...
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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 therefore...
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  • A Good Man Is Hard to Find: Irony Is Shown Throughout the Story
    on vacation by a serial killer that escaped from jail. This story is drenched in the southern gothic tradition, ironic situations, and has racial comments made by the grandmother. “A Good Man Is Hard To Find” has all the characteristic of a gothic piece: there is a victim who is helpless against his...
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  • The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas
    The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas The use of language in texts inspires emotional reactions in readers. A particular theme that impacts the reader is the World War II Holocaust when Germans killed the Jewish race. The holocaust is confronting as it demonstrates the horrors of war which conflicts with...
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  • Irony in Markus Zusak's the Messenger
    Irony in Markus Zusak’s The Messenger ABSTRACT This research paper, entitled Irony in Makus Zusak’s The Messenger, is a textual analysis of The Messenger focusing in a study of irony. The analysis is aimed to find out the types of irony employed in the novel and to reveal the meaning of the types...
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  • tfulhkh
    through his eyes. Father is a great “scoffer” – he does not have great faith on his son’s dream. His humour that of an adult : teasing and general comments about comics. Mother is seen in dialogue over telegram. She is loving and proud. Otherwise has little impact. Setting – little of home is seen apart...
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  • Romeo and Juliet
    lovers’ feeling for each other, and the mood, despite its content, is not shown to be argumentative. I believe that Shakespeare does this through his use of blank verse in the passage, which, to me, is predictable and creates the warm feeling of having just woken up (like the lovers have), because of its...
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  • Contextual Study: the Great Gatsby & American Beauty
    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. There is also a big change in conservatism...
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  • Living with Strangers
    narrator states, that “Taking action may be viewed as courageous or merely stupid, depending on the circumstances and your point of view”2 Hustvedt uses several literary devices to engage us as readers. In the beginning she makes up the “Pretend-it-isn’t-happening” law, which works as the main thread...
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  • O. Henry
    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 pittance from charity houses.   There is also internal...
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  • Good People in Cannery Row
    sons of bitches” and yet called “Saints and angels and martyrs and holy men” on the very same page (405). The point of these contradictions is to comment on society’s view of Morality. This is specifically noted when one of the main Characters, Doc, says “It has always seemed strange to me...The things...
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  • Personal Narritave
    birthday and every corner on the boardwalk were vendors selling everything from an array of beaded 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...
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  • Looking for Richard Review
    Shakespeare England of coarse this wasn’t a possibility. Shakespeare engulfed in his ‘world of words’, asserted the literal device of dramatic irony enabled by the use of soliloquies to instill certain meanings. With modern technological capabilities Pacino is not enforced into a corner of limited opportunities...
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  • clinical assement
    RESIDENTIAL/HOUSING/ENVIRONMENT: (Include strengths. Also, indicate “N/A” in each section that are not relevant) Ever Homeless?       In last year, number of residences:       Current Living Situation (ex. homeless, boarding house, shelter, apartment, house, etc.):       Lives with whom, include ages:       ...
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  • holy thursday poetry explication
    see, In a rich and fruitful land, Babes reduced to misery, Fed with cold and ururous hand?” Blake uses the lines, “Is this a holy thing to see” and “Babes reduced to misery” that indicates the homeless kids that attend these religious ceremonies are socially expected to appear perfect and happy even...
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  • Of Mice and Men
    with him going off to spend his money on liquor. He no longer has a reason to save his money. Without a dream, his life is sad and meaningless. The irony in the book is that George kills Lennie because he loves him. He wants to spare Lennie from dying a brutal death at the hands of Curley and the other...
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  • The Simple Gift
    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 belonging? The first person narrative recount allows the...
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