• Emotions of Life
    story is easy to understand and follow. When reading poems I like how they use raw emotion and use words that describe emotions and how the character is feeling and what they are thinking at the time. When reading short stories I like the descriptive words that are used and I feel like I can better...
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  • listen to the end review
    READING OF THE SHORT STORY “LISTEN TO THE END” The author Tony Hunter suceeded to protray the current issues involving the vulnerability of females , throught the short story’ listen to the end’ . Hunter has done a magnificant job of creating this descriptive piece using the techniques of...
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  • Story of an Hour Analysis
    . Chopin depicts this theme throughout the short story using descriptive words, specific characteristics of the story and symbolism to convey the contrast of her short lived freedom from her husband. In just one hour Louise Mallard will experience the freedom from her social roles and restrictions...
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  • Henry Lawson, Distinctly Visual Image
    language techniques. The use of visual imagery, descriptive writing and adjectives, creates strong images of the Australian bush and highlights how tough life is, to live there. In another one of Lawson’s short stories called ‘in a dry season’ he focuses on the reality of the Australian outback. The...
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  • English
    the type of reading comprehension questions that have been set in CXC English A past papers.   Section C | Section C: Short story writing/Descriptive writing   This section is made up of three questions. They include two short story essays - one with a picture and one without - and a...
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    this was a well written short story. but it had no climax what so ever. I would like the author to write a full length novel with this story. The man and the woman were quite the characters and were very believable. Ernest Hemingway used great descriptive words to make you feel like you were actually in the story....
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  • Analyzing Graham Greene’s “The End of the Party”
    Analyzing Graham Greene’s “The End of the Party” Throughout Graham Greene’s short story, “The End of the Party,” the author paints a vivid setting to promote the idea of the younger twin’s paranoia of the darkness. That enduring fear also serves as the central conflict involving both of the...
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  • Diagnostic Essay
    Diagnostic Essay The main features that need to be present for a story to be satisfying to me are; a main character, a key emotional event, detailed descriptive language and resolution. In my view, these features are indispensible to a good story because they create interest, curiosity, a clear...
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  • Liveloveasap
    A descriptive waste of time? The Cat in the Rain is a short story by the famed Ernest Hemmingway. Before a critique of this story can be attempted one must come to understand the life of Ernest Hemmingway. Ernest Hemmingway was exposed to gruesome conflicts across the world after he left Oak...
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  • Ponds
    very descriptive if you let me write about something that I create. Essays are not my forte since I tend to ramble; I prefer short stories and creative writing. If I can learn to draw out as much content from something like a boring pond in the way Thoreau did, I think I'll be okay. I've got a lot...
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  • Refer to Source 3, Everest the Hard Way and Either Source 1 or Source 2. You Are Going to Compare the Two Texts, One of Which You Have Chosen. 4. Compare the Different Ways in Which Language Is Used for Effect in the
    readers interested in the subject. Source 3 is a non-fiction text, written to inform readers of a life changing experience, who read and are interested in stories of adventure. Source 2 uses practical, not very descriptive language to explain the information clearly in the article. It uses...
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  • Victim by Oliver Smithfield
    power can be shown. Narrative conventions are used through out this short story. The main narrative conventions used are setting, theme, descriptive language and conflict. The setting is based in a school ground, which represents innocents of youth. The theme represents society and power, the power...
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  • Fall of the House of Usher
    The Fall of the House of Usher Edgar Allan Poe January 19, 1809 – October 7, 1849 The fall of the house of usher is a short story written by Edgar Allan Poe. It is a detailed, symbolic account of the derangement and dissipation of an individual's personality. In short the story is about an...
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  • Oral vs. Written Communication
    In our English class we had to tell an embarrassing story orally to the entire class. We then made transcripts of our oral story and wrote a descriptive version. Both versions were significantly different from each other in many ways. Our study is on the differences between oral and written...
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  • Cotton Picking Time
    not solely writes about an era, but writes about a time, a place and people, which gives the short story life and character thru descriptive language and imagery then through again, the story develops rhythm that shows the flow of emotion from positive to negative in the course of the day. All...
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  • Compare and Contrast "Genesis" and "Penetrating to the Heart of the Forest",
    "Genesis" in that it has very descriptive writing style, both round and flat characters, and numerous amounts of other requirements for a short story. Descriptive detailed writing is seen when looking at the forest and village: "The straw-thatched villages looked like inhabited gardens, for the soil...
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  • Short Story Comparative Analysis of the Landlady and Crime and Punishment
    of the story. The use of short sentences in each narrative is also effective in establishing both genres as it helps build tension. Both stories also introduce the theme of horror through various conventions. Crime and Punishment begins in deliberately descriptive visual imagery, which intentionally...
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  • John Steinbeck
    end the mountains over come Pepé and he dies a man. Steinbeck uses similar themes and elements in his short stories such as contemporary writing, descriptive setting, finding your identity, not going down without a fight, and the main characters defeat. John Steinbeck did much of his short story...
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  • The Meaning of a Kiss
    both stories one was easier to picture than other. Dante's Inferno was better because it has more descriptive details than the story of The Kiss. The difference between the two short stories is the settings and the period in time in which they took place, not to mention, one author is a women and...
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  • comparison of short stories
    Recently I have read three short stories called ‘The Werewolf’ by Angela Carter, ‘The Man From The South’ and ‘The Landlady’ written by Roald Dahl. In this essay I am going to be comparing and picking my favourite from these stories. ‘Man From The South’ is a short story written by Roald Dahl...
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