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Literary Analysis Catherine Garcia-Posey English 125: Introduction to Literature Amy Myer June 2, 2015 1
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Catherine_W3_Assignment Conflict “The Raven “by Edger Allen Poe and “Hills like White Elephants” By Hemingway Identify the conflict in the two texts you have chosen. The conflict in the two texts I have chosen is Individual vs. self this is the most common conflict and can be hard to detect in many readings and many of us can connect with what is going on in the reading. Identify the similarities and differences in the representation of the conflict in the texts. In “The Raven” by Edger Allen Poe the conflict is the with the man and the ability to overcome the loss of a loved one, the feeling of being alone and how this has made him even more sad, in “Hills like White Elephants” By Hemingway her conflict is making a choice between having an abortion and making the man she loves happy, she hides her feelings from him and tries to change the topic of conversation many times only to get nothing back and wants to be happy. Identify three literary techniques and elements that help represent this conflict. In the works I have chosen there are many literary techniques and elements that help the stories, Imagery, Limited omniscient point of view, fate, figurative language, metaphor, plot, and a rising action. Literary Techniques in “The Raven” By Edger Allen Poe Explain where and how you see the three literary techniques at work in your chosen first text.
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