A Summary Introduction
Critical terms for drama
The events or unfolding of events in a
narrative. The action is what happens in
the plot of a literary work, including what
the characters say or do, to advance the
story (Bedford Glossary 5).
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1. "Un sot troube toujours on plut sot qui l' admire." - "A fool always finds a greater fool to
Sherlock Holmes is quoting Nicolas Boileau; he does this in a sarcastic funny manner
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, was a powerful novel, defining the limits
of suspense. At the final moments, each having hate for one another. Dr. Jekyll driven by shear
will to finally put an end to what he started, and for Mr. Hyde
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After reading the first page, I immediately knew that this author was extremely choosing
in terms of word choice. With the ability to create a unique sense of imagery and realism. "In this
character, it was frequently
Chapter II Review of Literature
A large percentage of people have negative feelings about going to work, and these feelings have
shown to be true across many different people in many different areas. Past research has shown a link
Why does the Creature threaten Victor Frankenstein with I shall be with you on
your wedding night? What has Frankenstein just done?
The Creature threatens Victor by saying he will be there at his happiest moment.
This phrase stuck with Victor as he rep
In his short story, A Rose for Emily Faulkner lays down the groundwork for his
overarching theme that holding onto the past can lead to maladaptation for a new generation. In
the first two paragraphs of A Rose for Emily Faulkner gives us seve
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Jack the Ripper, Who and Why?
When attempting the compare the novel Dust and Shadow to the film From Hell they
both portray different areas as far as Why and Who. When diving into the book the author
takes a deep dark vocabulary to descr