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The person that inspires me most

The person that inspires me most turns out to be a fictional character, Barney Stinson from the famous series How I Met Your Mother. He exudes a uniquely vibrant and joyous energy in every single episode. Inspired by him, I have learnt many positive and useful traits. First of all, he is a positive person,…

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Atwood writes: “What I mean by ‘science fiction’ is those books that descend from H. G. Wells’s The War of the Worlds, which treats of an invasion by tentacled, blood-sucking Martians shot to Earth in metal canisters – things that could not possibly happen – whereas, for me, “speculative fiction” means plots that descend from…

Jasper Jones

Values have been endorsed and challenged throughout the novel Jasper Jones written by Craig Silvey. The novel Jasper Jones was about a young, shy boy named Carlie who was confronted by an older, confident boy named Jasper Jones who needed his help. As Charlie says yes they set off into the night to where Jasper…

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Text Analysis – Short Stories

Tone is of great significance to the storyline as it portrays the reader’s attitude while expressing the genre. Tony Hunter’s ‘Listen to the End’ and Roald Dahl’s ‘The Landlady’ both guide the audience through their violent and mysterious stories that begin with a powerless main character on a dark, shivering evening. However, through varying and…

Cat In The Rain

From the literary analysis I wrote, I want my readers to be able to read and understand the special relationship of the husband and wife in Ernest Hemmingway’s “Cat in the Rain.” Some critics believed that the cat representing the American wife’s desire for a child. From the first time we read Hemingway’s short story,…

Lamp at Noon & the Pursuit of Happyness

The film “The Pursuit of Hapyness” is in many ways very relatable to the short story “The Lamp at Noon”. The two are closely related as they before share similar overall themes. “The Pursuit of Hapyness” greatly demonstrates the themes of commitment to personal goals and the effects of adversity on the human spirit. This…

The Effect of Simple Sentences in Book Thief

In the novel, The Book Thief, Mark Zusak has Death, the narrator, retells a story that extends over years as well as many connecting events that affect each other. As a result, he uses simple sentences to disclose events that happened without elaborating on them. The simple sentences create an effect that balances the detailed…

“Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley

Your summer read is Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. This book is available at the Chandler High School Library, the Chandler Public Library, or you may choose to buy your own copy. Please read the following documents carefully. This file includes the assignments you will need to complete along with the summer reading. Some of the…

Happy Endings Margaret Atwood

‘Happy Endings’ is one of Margaret Atwood’s most frequently-anthologized stories because it is so unusual. In form, it isn’t so much a story as an instruction manual on how to write one. In content, it is a powerful observation on life. The story is broken up into six possible life scenarios plus some concluding remarks….

The Child’s Story by Charles Dickens

I. Introduction The Child’s Story is one of Charles Dickens short stories which published in the mid-1800s as one of his annually Christmas short stories. I choose this story because the story has a deep meaning message, which is reflected ourselves, to the reader but the story is easy to understand. Charles Dickens is a…

Elements of Fiction

The six major elements of fiction are character, plot, point of view, setting, style, and theme. 1. Character — A figure in a literary work (personality, gender, age, etc). E. M. Forester makes a distinction between flat and round characters. Flat characters are types or caricatures defined by a single idea of quality, whereas round…

A good man is hard to find

The short story I chose for my critical essay is a story that caught my attention with a gentle and inspiring title and as I began to turn pages it suddenly evolved into a theme that caught me off guard and I quickly became intrigued by elusive style of writing the author used to express…

On The Sidewalk Bleeding

On the Sidewalk Bleeding “On the Sidewalk Bleeding”, by Evan Hunter is a story about a boy from a gang, getting murdered in a dark alley, by members of the rival gang. It is written in the third person omniscient point of view. The story focuses on the theme of realization of one’s true identity….

Book Report – Fault in Our Stars

Meaning of the title: “The fault, dear Brutus is not in our stars, / But in ourselves, that we are underlings.” was said in Shakespeare’s play ‘Julius Caesar’. Saying that it is not fate that decides our future, but instead our own failings. That you are to blame for the bad thing that happen in…

How Jane Yolen’s perspective on personal discovery is conveyed in Briar Rose

Jane Yolen places strong emphasis on the notion of personal discovery which becomes the fundamental message in the text ‘Briar Rose’. Yolen sets the protagonist, Rebecca Berlin on a quest of personal discovery, a quest which is strongly connected to the past, a past which takes its roots in the holocaust. Yolen captivates the responder…

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