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    Climax and Anticlimax

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    1.The meaning of climax and anticlimax The Greek word climax means “ladder”; the Latin gradatio means “ascent‚ climbing up”. In climax we deal with strings of synonyms or at least semantically related words belonging to the same thematic group.[4‚ p. 155] According to Efimov L. P.‚ climax (or Gradation) – is the figure of unequality‚ which consists in arranging the utterance so that each subsequent component of it increases significance‚ importance or emotional tension of narration.[1‚ p. 69]

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    Action is when Dunstey blackmails Godfrey through Squire Cass’s Party Climax: 12-22 The Climax is when Molly Farren tries to go to the Cass Party throught Silas resolution to keep the golden haired toddler. Falling Action: 23-27 The Falling Action is from the time where Eppie is 18 till Silas and Eppie return to Lantern Yard. Resolution: 28 Eppie is married to Aaron Wintrop Climax- Explanation The reason I think that the Climax is from the time that Molly Farron tries to go to Squire Cass’s party

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    Climax Community

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    1. An area of the forest that experiences very little change in species composition is a climax community/primary succession. Climax community 2. The amount of oxygen in a fish tank is a tolerance zone/limiting factor that affects the number of fish that can live in the tank. Limiting factor 3. Ecological succession/Secondary succession describes the events that take place on a hillside that has experienced a destructive mudslide. Ecological succession 4. Lack of iron in the photic zone

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    Ecosystems: Change and Challenge The Structure of Ecosystems Ecosystem: a dynamic‚ stable system characterised by the interaction of plants and animals with each other and with the non-living components of the environment The components of an ecosystem are categorised as either biotic and abiotic Biotic means the living environment‚ components include: i). Vegetation (living and decomposing) ii). Mammals‚ insects‚ birds and microorganisms Biomass-the mass of material in the bodies

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    Hamlet Climax

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    debated the what the actual climax of the play could be. The many points in which Hamlet ’s internal battle to ascertain himself into a position of determination in avenging his father ’s death befuddle Shakespeare’s audience. There are numerous points which could be asserted as the true climax‚ but which can be considered ultimately veritable? “That is the question.” We must ask ourselves this when assessing the claimed climax ’s authenticity. Websters dictionary defines a climax as (1) the turning point

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    Climax and resolution are related because the climax is the turning point so whatever happens in the climax will change what happens in the resolution. For instance in The Sniper‚ sniper 1 kills sniper2‚ if he didn’t kill him then we wouldn’t of found out that its actually his brother and there wouldn’t be a good suspenseful ending. Therefore climax and resolution are related. Suspense and setting are very much related because the setting can lead to suspense‚ like when Rainsford was in the woods

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    Analysis

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    third person. It belongs to the epic kind of literature – to the realistic contemporary novel. Though it is only an extract‚ it seems a complete episode which contains all the components of the plot structure: exposition‚ beginning‚ story itself‚ climax and denouement. In the exposition the author describes the scene when Coalhouse Walker arrived at Broadview Avenue – a district where rich and “white” people lived. In that scene Doctorow uses direct characterization: he begins from his car “a new

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    The Man Who Was Almost a Man Character Analysis In Richard Wright’s “The Man Who Was Almost a Man”‚ there is only one main character‚ Dave Saunders‚ and a handful of secondary characters. Dave Saunders is a seventeen year old‚ “long‚ loose-jointed limbed” African-American boy living in what seems like the South‚ either in Alabama or Louisiana‚ judging from the fact that the Illinois Central railroad runs through the area where he lives. Dave is struggling with growing up and is trying to achieve

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    The Moose and the Sparow

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    o Goes to town to buy his sweater and have Mr. Conway’s shoes fixed—buys sweater first o Mr. Gentile tells the boy that the shoes can no longer be repaired o The boy goes outside in front of the store ➢ Climax o The boy has a decision to make—keep his precious sweater or have Mr. Conway’s shoes fixed? ➢ Falling Action o The boy decides to think of Mr. Conway first and returns his sweater and some extra money in

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    Androcles and showed‚ in every way that he knew‚ to whom he owned the relief…” (Aesop). Subsequently‚ this character development of the lion results in the climax of the story when Androcles is thrown into an arena to fight a lion ended up having the lion fawning over him for it was the same lion he rescued. Without this character development‚ the climax of the story would not have been

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    outcome and how it affects the theme. Both Dexter and the caterpillar had a greedy hunger for things in order to achieve their ultimate goal. For the caterpillar eating to satisfy his everlasting hunger‚ was all in order to become a butterfly at the climax of his existence. Dexter however‚ gained wealth and knowledge in order to obtain his biggest desire; Judy. Both obsessions of becoming the butterfly and having Judy eventually drove both characters to disaster. Nonetheless‚ the caterpillar had a moment

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    Morris English 102 3/17/2014 COMPARING GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS (1992) AND BARTLEBY (2001) Glengarry Glen Ross (1992) film is what anyone with a taste for play converted to film would consider to be a modern master-piece. It is so uncommon to find a play that has been successfully converted to a film that works out just fine‚ but for these one it’s a resounding success. For Bartleby of Parkers 2001 film‚ though not a play converted to a film‚ it is what a viewer would consider

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    Athena Johns Characterization Who is your least favorite character? Why? If you could pick a celebrity that best personifies this character‚ who would it be? Why? Give examples from the play. My least favorite character is Regina Giddens. She was only about herself and how much she would be getting. "...It took me a little while to find out I had made a mistake. As for you - I don’t know. It was almost as if I couldn’t stand the kind of man you were..."(Hellman 65). She even sat there and let

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    Literary Elements Book/Movie Analysis  Activity Have you ever thought why most of us are interested in the stories we read or the movies we watch‚ the characters‚ the action‚ the suspense and the love stories?  The writer has to think of how the story must be told‚ what effect it must it have on a reader or movie-goer‚ and what is the best way to present his/her ideas.  To get the reader’s attention‚ literary elements‚ the techniques or kinds of writing‚ are used by authors/screenwriters. The

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    A Walk To Remember Writer: Nicholas Sparks(novel)‚ Karen Janszen(screenplay) CHARACTERS: Major Characters: Landon Carter -The 57 year-old man who through flashback narrates the story of his seventeenth year‚ the year that changed his life. Jamie Sullivan-The seventeen year-old girl daughter of a Baptist minister who is dying of cancer‚ but who impacts on the lives of everyone around her. Settings The story takes place in the real-life city of Beaufort‚ North Carolina (pronounced

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    Textual Analysis Of Music

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    Throughout the semester we have been reading‚ observing and listening to music and music analysis’s. Articles gave examples and broke down how to really look over music and multimedia to get the answers we were looking for. Then in class we would attempt to do the same things the author of the articles did. Those things consisted of leitmotif or themes‚ when there is music or lack of music‚ what type of music‚ the instruments‚ and what emotions it evoked. In class we started off shaky but with practice

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    A Streetcar Named Desire

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    past finding the truth about Blanche. While all of that is going on‚ Stella is trying to balance the relationship she has with her husband and sister without choosing sides. 6. What is the climax? Give the exact line or action. A: The climax is when Stanley rapes Blanche. 7. Why is this the climax? A: After Stanley gives Blanche a one-way ticket back to Laurel‚ this really destroys her. She franticly talks about being trapped. Stanley reveals that Blanche was

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    analysis of Dinner Party

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    his close friends is appeared to be a thief. Uncle Octavian lost all his friends and was never able to believe anyone from that day. The story is well-structured‚ so it may be divided into the following parts: exposition‚ complication‚ conflict‚ climax and denouement. The first part begins with “There are still some rich people …” and ends with “…until January 3‚ 1925.“ It tells us about rich people in their princess world and claims that even those have their problems. In this part we meet with

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    The Hate List

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    The Hate List by Jennifer Brown is about the aftermath of a school shooting. Valerie Leftman’s boyfriend Nick was the shooter‚ she had no idea that he was going to shoot up the school but she was implicated in the crime because she made a hate list of everything her and Nick both hated. Nick had taken his victims off of the list. Valerie was wounded trying to stop him and then Nick took his own life. After the summer Valerie had to come back for her senior year and face the guilt and move on with

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    anticipation. The simile ‘We could see him shiver like a horse shedding flies’ indicates that Tim Johnson was moving in an irregular twitching motion and was very sick. The long‚ complex sentences of the introduction build suspense. Lee foreshadows the climax of the event through Heck Tate’s comment‚ ‘He’s far from dead‚ Jem‚ hasn’t got started yet.’ The fact that the mad dog is very much alive and his death is not anticipated yet creates a feeling of trepidation. The phrase ‘what remained of his poor

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