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  • Benjys In The Quentin Section
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    A Study of Structure in The Sound and the Fury In his novel, The Sound and the Fury, William Faulkner employs a unique structural assembly to relay a compelling and complex plot to his readers. As he looked upon this work as a failure in its own right, Faulkner revealed, ... I wrote that same story four times. None of them were right... so I printed it in four sections (Millgate 89). His intention upon writing this novel was not for the sole purpose of creating such a peculiar organization, but ...
  • Steinbeck's The Grapes Of Wrath John Steinbeck
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    A Critical Review of: John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath John Steinbeck wrote this book in the hopes that people would be able to see what was happening to our nation's people. He wanted to open their eyes to see the hardships that migrants faced everyday and he accomplished this through the telling of the Joad's family story. Starting with the day that their ex-convict son comes home on parole, the lives of the Joad's never really go back to normal. After being evicted from their property by ...
  • Dramatic Monologue Assist The Reader
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    The dramatic monologue features a speaker talking to a silent listener about a dramatic event or experience. The use of this technique affords the reader an intimate knowledge of the speaker's changing thoughts and feelings. In a sense, the poet brings the reader inside the mind of the speaker. (Glenn Everett online) Like a sculpture pressing clay to form a man, a writer can create a persona with words. Every stroke of his hand becomes his or her own style, slowly creating this stone image. A dr...
  • Appearance Of Death To Harry
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    English - Book Reports Bierce and Hemingway Death is an intriguing thing. From time immemorial we have feared it, used it, pondered it. Frequently, stories allow the reader into the minds of those immediatly surrounding the one who will die; but all of us "will die". Our morbid interest is in dying, the going, that threshold between death and life. What happens there There are similarities and differences in how death appears to the protagonist, written by Ambrose Bierce in An Occurance at Owl C...
  • Reader In The Narrators State Of Mind
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    Answer the following questions on the poem 'Education for Leisure' by Carol Anne Duffy in the form of an essay: Why do you thin Duffy uses language in the way she does? What effects do you think she wants to achieve, and how does she use language to achieve it? How successful do you find the poem? In the poem 'Education for Leisure' Carol Anne Duffy used language in order do draw the reader into the mind of someone who seems to be a bit psychotic and allows the reader to explore someone else's m...

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