Graded Bryan F Fiction Essay[1].doc - ENGL 102 Running Head Fiction Essay ENGL 102 Literature and Composition Spring 2011 Bryan Fletcher#L23177219 APA

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ENGL 102 Running Head: Fiction Essay ENGL 102: Literature and Composition Spring 2011 Bryan Fletcher #L23177219 APA Dr. Yaw Adu-Gyamfi English 102 February 6, 2011 Fiction Essay Page 1 of 7
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ENGL 102 Outline A. Main characters 1. Trevor “T” 2. General Zaroff B. What are their qualities 1. Trevor a. New recruit b. Had a brooding silence about him c. Very matter of fact in his approach d. Had a dark gaze e. Had “come down in the world” f. Odd quality of Danger and unpredictability g. Mother considered herself better than others 2. General Zaroff a. Tall and slender b. Eyes were black and bright c. An avid hunter d. Heartless e. Manipulative f. Deceiving Fiction Essay Page 2 of 7
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ENGL 102 C. Character motivations 1. Trevor a. Jealousy 2. General Zaroff a. Pride D. Commonality 1. Both are manipulative 2. Both have evil intentions 3. Both want to hurt others E. Contrasts 1. Motivation a. One is full of pride b. One is full of jealousy F. Conclusion 1. Lessons learned Fiction Essay Page 3 of 7
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ENGL 102 Thesis The two fiction stories, “The Destructors” by Graham Greene and “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell, include two very interesting antagonists that have a commonality to them, yet are different all the same. Both have very distinct yet powerful personalities that the authors do a good job of emulating on the page. One is driven by jealousy, while the other by pride. Both, for the most part, succeed in the evil they set out to do. Leaving stories that make you feel sad and vindicated in their approach. Fiction Essay Page 4 of 7
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ENGL 102 Fiction Essay When approaching the characters in the fiction stories of “ The Destructors ” by Graham Greene and “ The Most Dangerous Game ” by Richard Connell, one must examine what message the authors were trying to convey. In these stories we see two individuals who, because of their personal demons, take their anger and frustration out on those around them. Lessons we can use in our own lives can be learned from these characters. We may be able to use them to
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