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  • Mr Apostle
    296 words
    When Good Seagulls go bad: Sure, we all have those stories, you know, the embarrassing ones that you never ever tell anyone else. And by these stories I mean the ones that tickle that point in your imagination that triggers both fear and rage. I'm talking about seagull attacks. I myself, the writer of the story have felt the sting of the seagulls in the courtyard. More and more people each day are being attacked. It all started when people thought that it would be funny to throw French fries at ...
  • Known For Its Werewolf Legends
    2,890 words
    Werewolf Legends According to an ancient superstition a werewolf is a man who is transformed, or who transforms himself, into a wolf in nature and appearance. The werewolf, sometimes transformed under the influence of a full moon, roams about at night, devouring infants or corpses. Stories of such transformations are given in the works of several classical writers and the superstition was common throughout Europe in late medieval times, many men were accused and convicted of being werewolves. Th...
  • Going From One Thing
    693 words
    For this assignment I chose to review "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. The yellow wallpaper was about a lady with what is said to be a temporary nervous condition and her husband traveling to the country for the summer and for the healing powers of being away from writing which seems to worsen her condition. The people in the story rent a house for three months and the main character in the story is tormented, she stares at this wallpaper for hours on end and thinks she sees a...
  • Three Rioters And Being
    558 words
    The Pardoners tale sheds much light on the conduct and thought of people in the dark ages, especially the menaces of society. This story reveals much about the morals, laws, and conventions in place during the dark ages. Even though the focus is on three drunken criminals, their encounters and conduct give clues as to what their society was up to. The story told is historically significant; it is based on the dark ages, and it is made to seem as true as possible. The events said to have happened...
  • Being Different From The Rest
    426 words
    The odd one is often confused as the strange one and never considered the right one. For this matter, I enjoyed reading the works of Ray Bradbury in "The Pedestrian". Leonard Mead, whom was the main character and protagonist in this story, was considered by many as being antisocial. Yet the ironic view of the story showed that he was the only social being in the world of Bradbury's literature. For many in the story, social was translated as being normal and indifferent. Depending on how you defi...
  • Mr Shiflet And Lucynell Sr
    904 words
    In Flannery OConnor ss The Life You Save May Be Your Own, Good Country People, and A Good Man Is Hard To Find, she explores the consequences of the combination of hypocrisy, gullibility in social contacts, and the role of being raised at mothers knee. Reared a strict Roman Catholic and writing in the Bible Belt South OConnor encountered those character flaws first hand. The repetitive hypocrisy displayed in these three short stories is portrayed by only the men suggesting that OConnor has certai...
  • Tan On The Roof
    581 words
    Dear Ms. Doris Lessing, I just finished reading the short story you wrote, The Woman on the Roof and I must say that I was rather confused about its meaning. Perhaps I was not looking deep enough into the story, but all I got out of it was that there was a woman tanning on the roof being harassed by disrespectful men. In fact, I was somewhat offended. Being that I am a woman myself, I was disturbed at the fact that the woman tanning on the roof did not do anything about these men who were insult...
  • Exaggeration Of The Story
    335 words
    Harper Lee's To kill a mocking bird is a very compelling story about racism, friendship, and family. Throughout the story meaning is shaped in many different ways. It is mainly shaped through close observation by people, also by the story being told through the voice and eyes of scout, Jean, and also through exaggeration made by some people from aspects of the book. The story starts off with scout, as a woman, introducing to us Jem, her brother, Atticus, her father, Dill, her friend, and Culprun...
  • Devastmita In The Red Lotus Of Chastity
    897 words
    The world is full of mystery, and women are at the center of it. Throughout history, women have fought to be placed at the forefront of things, but they were often placed in lesser, insignificant, and passive roles. Just as the men were to be brave and chivalrous, the women were expected to be beautiful and lady-like. The times of, Thousands and one nights, The Red Lotus of Chastity, and Shahanme are no exception. In each of these stories, the central female character struggles against ideas of ...

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