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The setting contributes to the mysterious atmosphere of the book by not stating exactly when, or in what year, the events occur. It makes the reader understand how it feels to be uncertain and controlled by an outside authority, much like the main character feels.
The main character is the sleuth Luke Harding, who is smart and cunning. He is quick thinking and can solve any problem even though he is only sixteen years old. He is the youngest forensic scientist to ever exist in the future society of the book, and he works with his robot sidekick, Malc. Because he is not always perfect, it is easy to relate to Luke as a person and not just a novel character. The villain is the killer is nicknamed “Diamond” and can be described as clever and malicious.
The plot starts when Luke goes to solve his first crime, when an arrow is shot through a student, Crispy, on the playing fields. Soon two others, including a professor are killed. Luke is suspected because his prints are on the arrow and he is the school’s top archer. As Luke and his sidekick Malc learn more and more about the mystery, all the clues point towards him being the killer. In order to clear his name and keep from being framed he must find the real killer, with the help of Malc and his secret girlfriend, Jade. Luke does this because he doesn’t get nervous when he becomes a suspect. He keeps calm and solved the
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Evidently, the writers heed their attention to explore the spirit of human endurance by saying the story of five German University students and their professor, who formed White Ross, the ant-Nazi association (1942-1943). The story indeed let the world know that there were people who did not want to follow the Nazi ideologies.
The book is of much social value in this regard. It makes the readers realize how ghetto blacks lived their lives and why the image of the whites was devilish for them. The book focuses on social inequalities thereof and invokes an urge for some social action.
The clash between the Old Order and the New appears in many different forms throughout the story and becomes its principal unifying theme. An intuitive artist, Faulkner instinctively latched onto the technical devices of his time and perfected them to express the Southern myth. The past is represented through the characters of Emily, Colonel Sartoris, Tobe and Judge Stevens, whereas Homer Barron, the anonymous narrator and the new aldermen come to represent the present times.
This paper will throw light upon main personality traits of Emily and how the author has made effective use of the traits displayed by Emily in putting across the theme of the story. Emily's emotional suffering will also be brought to light in this paper.
Specific settings and symbols help Faulkner to create an atmosphere of horror and mystery Thesis Two passages under analysis symbolize a state of depression and loneliness of Miss Emily, her hidden expectations and unusual behavior.
The first passage symbolizes that Miss Emily differs greatly from the society and other people in her town.
Also included is a justification of the choice and need of this genre of television viewing choice with emphasis on this particular story.
Darlene Deibler Rose's story spanning less than a decade but including the years of the World War II years starts in Dutch New Guinea or what used to be known as the Dutch East Indies on her first wedding anniversary in August 1938.
She considered her father as her world. Emily's father was of the opinion that that none of the boys living in the town were of her match. This story is about a young lady who considered her father as everything in her life. It further tells about the feelings of the town's people towards her and her father.
Jane Yolen's Briar Rose also finds itself amidst a similar controversy. It has been attacked for its sympathetic treatment towards homosexuals as well as for invoking horror through its supposedly gruesome tale. Critics or adults who view this book suspiciously, ought to reconsider their orthodox opinion, for the twenty-first century young minds are relatively complex and not as susceptible to injury.
to avoid risks especially when they are presented with a positive frames; however, people often take or seek risks when they are faced with negative frame (Svenson and Maule, 1993). The gain and loss defined within these frames include scenarios describing outcomes that may
His goal was akin to that of Martin Luther King Jr. and he visualized and fought for a country where all people, irrespective of their race and ethnicity would get equal opportunity. For the cause of African Americans, he went through different phases of the struggle
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