Adventure Essay Topics

Adventure begins here

The smoke made screaming harder so I closed my eyes and rolled up into a ball on the floor, my arms wrapped tightly around my legs. Just as I had reached unconsciousness I felt my body being picked up. My rescuers arms were stone cold and sent a sharp pain pulsating through my arm. My… View Article

The Adventure of the Engineers c

From studying ‘The Adventure of the Engineers Thumb’, ‘The Speckled Band’ and ‘The Red Headed League’ why do you think Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories went on to become popular around the world? The following is an attempt to show how Sherlock Holmes is still popular today. Some of the themes I will be looking at are… View Article

Adventure of the Speckled Band

Compare how James Watson and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Create Fear and Tension in Talking in Whispers and “The Adventure of the Speckled Band” In the novel Talking in Whispers and the short story “The Adventure of the Speckled Band” both Watson and Doyle use fear and tension within their stories to get the attention of… View Article

Both the Adventure

Both the Adventure of the Speckled Band and Lamb to the Slaughter share some characteristics of murder mysteries. Which story is the most typical one? Which story is most successful in creating suspense? Attracting readers of all ages for hundreds of years, it is evident through these two stories that the murder mystery genre has… View Article

The Adventure Of The Engineer’s Thumb

“The Adventure Of The Engineer’s Thumb” and “The Destructors” are both crime stories. I am going to discuss the authors’ contrasting approaches to story telling and to the subject of crime. “The Adventure Of The Engineers Thumb” has a first person narrator: Dr Watson. This is a good choice of narrator because the reader is given… View Article

The Adventure Show

Different situations have a way of changing the perception of people. For the most part, there are those people who would opt to take normal jobs and become contented with what they have. However, there are those other people who would opt to give everything their best shot and live to the fullest. The series,… View Article

Pixar’s “Finding Nemo”

The motion picture we are applying or using is Pixar’s “Finding Nemo”. Our hero would be Marlin, the timid clownfish who lives safe and secluded in the colorful and warm tropical waters of the Great Barrier Reef. After the devastating, life changing event when starting a family, specifically when a hostile fish devoured his wife… View Article

Close Reading of Merwin’s Odysseus

The subject in W.S. Merwin’s poem “Odysseus” feels comfortable only at sea, and, because such a notion is atypical, he cannot articulate or understand where his true home actually is. oAt peace at sea: “patience / He has wedded to” Numerous islands, but “one to call ‘home’,” even though he Merwin never specifies which island… View Article