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Climax, Setting and Theme

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This discussion highlights that the climax in the story begins when the child is obsessed about the horse-racing that he cannot take any failure. The trouble begins when Paul’s mother visits the nursery to check out the boy. She asks, ‘Master Paul?’ Is he alright?’…
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Insurance Industry and Global Climax Change

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Insurance industry and global climate change Name Institution Introduction Insurance industry and global climate change Climate change is being widely recognized as a factor in increasing frequency of catastrophic loss in vulnerable areas. In response to these challenges, the insurance industry must adapt by creating new incentives for insured to reduce their loss severity, as well as changing the methods used for dealing with catastrophic loss, including disaster preparedness, disaster response and pricing functions that does not reduce the number of insured…
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Does Chopin's characterization of Mrs. Mallard justify the story's unexpected and the ironic climax Explain your response

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Order#: 524704 Topic: Does Chopin's characterization of Mrs. Mallard justify the story's unexpected and the ironic climax? Explain your response. The characterization of Mrs. Mallard is one hundred percent right and Kate Chopin has depicted the personality of a truly sensitive woman in a grim situation…
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Identify the climax of each story. Is there a denouement (resolution) I grouped these stories under Maniacs and Other Monsters; identify the monster and discuss whether you feel that this is the best category for these stories and why

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P. Love Craft. The story is about a businessman who inherits Exham Priory, renovates it and moves in with his cats and son. During his stay, he discovers strange happenings in his new home. It is not only him that these…
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A Farewell to Arms
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The thesis statement this paper would be holding is that within the classic novel, “A Farewell to Arms”, author Ernest Hemingway employs all of the aspects of narrative structure in order to effectively transport the reader through the plot…
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Realist and Feminist Structures in Perkins Gilman's The Yellow Wallpaper and Kate Chopin's The Storm
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Realist and Feminist Structures in “The Yellow Wallpaper” and “The Storm” Feminist literature from the late nineteenth century possesses a number of similarities especially in terms of its structure, the use of realism and the projection of the feminist perspective…
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In his work “Poetics” Aristotle determined the main structural elements of the plot stating that “successful dramas exhibit a clear beginning,…
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William Shakespeare's Othello
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Othello is one of the four famous tragedies by William Shakespeare written in 1603. The play has been considered Shakespeare’s most tightly constructed tragedy. [Othello – A tragic Hero. Othello is one of the four famous tragedies by William Shakespeare written in 1603…
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Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allen Poe
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This essay considers the plot of “The Cask of Amontillado’ in relation to what it reveals about the characters, whether it was organic to the story, and the meaning derived from the climax. The essay examines the interrelation of the plot and the story’s climax.cal themes…
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English Unit 1 Quiz 3
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This is the "English Unit 1 Quiz 3" essay. Here are the questions and answers to an English Unit 1 Quiz 3 Essay. …
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Understanding Plot
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Like most good story tellers, De Maupassant employs a primary set of ingredients in the necklace: Exposition, Conflict, complication/ Rising Action, Climax, denouement/ Falling Action, and conclusion/ Resolution.
Nothing seems to happen when the story begins. The narrator’s…
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Trifles

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It is generally recognized by most avid readers that most stories follow a basic structural framework that has been identified and mapped out by Gustav Freytag. According to Freytag, successful stories are built upon the framework of a pyramid in which the action starts on one…
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Fiction Writers of the New Millennium
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The author examines the short stories "Entropy” by Thomas Pynchon, “Lost in the Funhouse” by John Barth and DeLillo’s “The Angel Esmeralda", and states that major writers are major because of the ability to adhere to and break the rules of fiction in order to present thought-provoking stories. …
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Two Kinds by Amy Tan and Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been by Joyce Carol Oates
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This paper "Two Kinds by Amy Tan and Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? by Joyce Carol Oates" focuses on the fact that the stories mentioned in the title are always fascinating. Both stories will appeal to any reader and the author is not an exception either…
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The Depletion of Natural Resources
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This research paper discusses the results of the study conducted in 2000 on the occurrence of pioneer and climax trees under increased disturbance that had started 20 years back due to logging and silviculture refinement. The density of palms and lianas were also recorded…
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Analysis of the Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe
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Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe.
The story reflects the cruel or darker side of human beings where mercy and benevolence does not exist. Poe makes use of language, a variety of themes, imagery and symbolism to depict the devastation and brutality of human beings. …
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Premature ejaculation
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Premature Ejaculation Integration of the sexual disorder in the sexual response Premature ejaculation (PE) otherwise acknowledged as rapid ejaculation is the most general sort of sexual dysfunction in men under 40 years of age. Most experts who cure premature ejaculation describe this disorder as the incidence of ejaculation preceding the desires of both sexual partners…
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Freytag pyramid used in A Farewell to Arms
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Analysis of Farewell to Arms with Freytag’s pyramid: The different elements included in the structure of a play have been a great curiosity both for the audience and critics ever since the introduction of the form in the literary field. It was the German critic, Gustav Freytag in his noted book, Techniques of Drama (1863) introduced five elements to analyse the structure of plays…
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Analyzes of Songs - A Night In Tunisia, I Remember Clifford by Lee Morgan
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From the paper "Analyzes of Songs - A Night In Tunisia, I Remember Clifford by Lee Morgan" it is clear that after saxophone and trumpet, the pianist takes over the rhyme scheme. The trumpet and saxophone come again. The drum is played using mallet and brush giving the song a smooth flow. …
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Happy Endings by Margaret Setting
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In the paper “Happy Endings by Margaret Setting” the author analyzes various settings used by Margaret throughout the story. In part B, the first setting of the story is Mary’s apartment. John visited Mary at her apartment twice a week, and she cooked for him dinner…
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The Cuban Swimmer
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The present review "The Cuban Swimmer" concerns plot of the play which presents a crisis and its resolution. Admittedly, a plot is the soul of a play which presents the incidents in such a way that the attention of the audience is pinned to the performance till the last scene. …
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Structure and meaning in literary discourse

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Finding structure and meaning in literary discourses has been the major concern for several literary interests in the recent days. It is most significant to maintain at the outset that language gains its status through its context. Absence of contextual considerations had been one of the major issues in literary discourses till the modern time and several difficult problems were discarded…
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Film papers
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Film Papers The film ‘The Crucible’ released in the year 1996 is a film that profoundly depicts the period when Salem witch trials were at its pinnacle. The film is based on the play by Arthur Miller published in the year 1953 which bears the same title and is directed by Nicholas Hytner, starring Daniel Day-Lewis as John Proctor, Wynona Ryder as Abigail Williams, Paul Scofield as Judge and Joan Allen as Elizabeth Proctor…
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Dance 234
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Ballet portrays a performance that focuses on classical and traditional performances on stage. The choreographer is working on a known tradition that includes a mixture…
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Othello
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Every piece of literature is an amalgamation of a variety of stylistic and linguistic characteristics which amalgamate together to create an excellent piece of writing and providing the reader with the opportunity to analyze the given text more thoroughly. …
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A Farewell to Arms
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This study will present an analysis of the novel “A Farewell to Arms”. This research will begin with the statement that “A Farewell to Arms” is one of the best-known works to describe the destructiveness and horrors of war – in this case, the World War I…
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Live performance reflection
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Name Instructor Course Date Live Performances Downtown concert hall held jazz and traditional performances on March 15, 2013. The performance took place in the evening. This gave me an opportunity to attend the concert and accomplish part of my assignment…
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Critique
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Indeed, the success of a person can be attributed, to a great extent, on the ability to communicate effectively. Effective communication has the ability to elicit…
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Evaluating creative writing pieces

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This tension hovers more around a sense of confused emotions within Karen and her seeming inability to zero on what she exactly wants. The writer aptly exploits the third…
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The Lottery: Suspense, Suspense, Surprise
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The paper “The Lottery: Suspense, Suspense, Surprise” seeks to evaluate “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson, which is a more dense story than it first appears – a second or third reading will reward readers greatly, even if the surprise ending has already been spoiled…
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Response to Narrative Process: Coming to Black America and Killing Dinner
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The author states that for a narrative to be effective, it has to contain important elements such as sequence, chronology, flashback, figurative language, among others. This is a review of two narratives, “Coming to Black America” and “Killing Dinner.” …
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The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
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The essay "The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark" demonstrates that several years after this tragedy was authored, its characters and themes still illuminate elements of human nature. Among those vital aspects of human nature is the urge to seek out retaliation of vengeance…
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Titanic The Best Film I Have Ever Seen
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The paper "Titanic The Best Film I Have Ever Seen" covers questions what “Titanic” as the best film I have ever seen due to its impressive and harmonious combination of a legendary tale, gripping love story, fabulous performances by cast members…
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Visual arts: Film Adaptation
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An essay "Visual arts: Film Adaptation" reports that visual arts are as old as the human race. Artists have used various methods to portray events that happen in the society. Since human beings learned how to write, art and culture have received preservation through writing…
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Allemande by Yo-Yo Ma
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Allemande by Yo-Yo Ma This is a piece of classical music performed solely on cello. This has a moderate tempo, and is a power-house performance by Yo-Yo Ma. Its lack of backing instrumentation allows the listener to truly appreciate the power of each stroke, and the wide dynamic range that Ma is able to achieve on his instrument, along with incredible amounts of variation between the mellow and more intense parts of the music…
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Annotated Bibliography on the Use of Nuclear Weapons during WWII
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Name Institution Course Annotated Bibliography on the Use of Nuclear Weapons during WWII Primary sources are photographs, videos, government documents, serials, manuscript and archived material, all types of visual material, oral history, music, films, and artifacts which present a researcher with first hand information of events in history as witnessed by the people living in the era of occurrence…
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Understanding the Camera Techniques in the Film
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This paper describes the ESL programs which ESL programs are aimed at making the learners independent learners by understanding the level of the learners and by offering them timely scaffolding wherever necessary and also demonstrates what is the primary objective of scaffolding…
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Analyzing literary works: drama
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Drama is one of the most used literal works by writers wishing to depict how the society operates. There are various categories of dramatic plays that writers rely on to pass their intended messages…
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Explain how symbolism in The Shawl by Cynthia Ozick leads to a specific theme
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By using symbolism abundantly, Ozick develops themes in her work and helps reader envision the setting. Throughout the story, survival is a theme that is evident and…
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Music Critical Analysis
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This paper compares the musical scores behind the original version of Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin (Eisenstein) and its adaptation by Ed Hughes for the same film (Hughes). The original musical score for the movie is by far a perfect match for the portrayal at hand given…
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Uncovered by Michael Ferrol
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This research explores the play, “Uncovered” by Michael Ferrol and directed by Satyen Singh. The themes that were being portrayed in the play such are parenting, honesty and anger management…
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Girl by Jamaica Kincaid
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In the essay “Girl by Jamaica Kincaid” the author analyses the short story, which is set in a single sitting and the plot of the story develops with a dialogue between a mother and her daughter. The primary speaker is the mother, who starts giving instructions to her daughter…
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Narrative Structure in A Farewell to Arms
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In developing the narration of A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway the story is built through tensions that are overlapped through a first person narrative that is based upon the protagonist’s relation of the story…
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Compare and contrast
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A Comparative Analysis of Sweat and A Rose for Emily The short stories Sweat and A Rose for Emily written by Hurston and Faulkner, respectively proffer narrative discourses about women’s challenging experiences on their journey in life. The stories depict detailed events of the main characters, Delia in Sweat, and Emily, as narrated by an outsider, whose point of view is objective and distinct from the characters and told of how they encounter travails from significant personas through loved ones…
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Domestic Abuse: Literary Analysis of Sweat
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The short story entitled Sweat written by Hurston exemplifies a form of domestic abuse by the antagonist in the story, Sykes, the husband of the main character and protagonist, Delia. The issue of domestic abuse has been known to cover diverse scenarios of violent behavior by one member in a relationship to another…
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Analysis of Blood Brother Theatre
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"Analysis of Blood Brother Theatre" paper focuses on the production of “Blood Brothers” at the Phoenix Theatre that consists of specific ideologies that are related to the performance of the musical, all of which are used to create the plot and dramatic ending to the performance. …
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Similarities and Differences of Themes, Language of Three Texts
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The "Similarities and Differences of Themes, Language of Three Texts" paper compares the three texts sonnet 18 by Shakespeare, six characters in search of an author by Pirandello and Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K Rowling which belong to three different sub-divisions of literature…
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ZooNation Performance Analysis
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The "ZooNation Performance Analysis" paper discusses the ZooNation Performance at Peacock Theatre show in regards to the representation of the place within the performance, the scenography and uses of space and the relationship created with the audience.  …
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Reality Television Production
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The paper "Reality Television Production" presents that with the advent of time there has been a considerable improvement on the entertainment front. There was a time when people used to wait agonizingly for the stipulated time for their favorite T.V serial or soap and that too once in a week…
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A Dolls House by Henrik Ibsen
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Henrik Ibsen is widely considered as the father of contemporary prose drama. He was born in Norway on 1828.Throughout his 76 years life time he contributed enormously towards stage plays.His earlier plays included Catiline, Brand and Peer Gynt…
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