Journal 8

Journal 8 - Kristen Wolbrink ARLT 101g 11/1/05 Journal 8...

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Kristen Wolbrink ARLT 101g 11/1/05 Journal 8 Apply the “Twelve Notes on the Mystery Story” to I, The Jury The novel I, The Jury follows the reading of the “Twelve Notes on the Mystery Story” closely and follows the majority of the characteristics. First, the novel is plausible and can actually happen. Mike Hammer finds clues as to how everything happened such as at the end when Charlotte climbs out the window, taking off her shoes and climbing down the fire escape. The mystery is technically sound and the police are able to follow the clues to figure out the next step in the murder cases. Pat Chambers is always right behind or right in front of Mike in following the clues. The novel is also honest with the reader in that we know everything that Mike knows. We learn the clues and details as Mike discovers them and we hear everything that Mike hears. The novel takes place in New York and so follows a realistic setting and the characters and atmosphere are also realistic. The characters have personality and character that could follow the
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2008 for the course ARLT 101g taught by Professor Gustafson during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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