Have you ever killed some one? Over a 100 years ago Lizzie's parents were brutally murdered by someone and the only person they focused on was the daughter lizzie borden. Lizzie Borden was the axe murderer no doubt about it because all the signs pointed to no other than Lizzie herself. The reason I think Lizzie killed her parents was because she didn't like her stepmother and thought if she didn't kill her father her father would think its her. Lizzie is a true mastermind to have gotten away with murder because there is no other explanation to Lizzie's parents brutal death.
For example, saying that Lizzie Borden killed her parents makes sense when he/ she says it, but there is a lot of evidence to prove she has done it. From the documents read, they report that a girl named Eli Bence saw Lizzie asking for a deadly poison called prussic acid, the night before the murders of Andrew and Abby Borden (Linder, 2004). Honestly, who else would she ask for poison? She totally killed her own parents!
Another theme that is present is the theme of freedom. At first, she does not have much freedom at all and throughout the duration of they story she is confined in her home. Her newfound freedom gave her much joy but as she left her room, it was cut much too short due to her untimely death. The Story of an Hour has many structural, stylistic, and literary approaches that make it a very powerful
During her period of life on the margins of the community, Hester appears as an obedient and meek woman, one who has accepted the punishment meted out to her and who will make no demands upon the community. Hester is not resentful like Abigail. She acts charitably toward those around her, even when they scorn her. Even though she does want to leave town with Dimmesdale at one point, she realizes that doing so would be an act of running away from the truth. The different attitudes of the two women are clear in this
Marion Starrett is the wife of Joe Starrett and love interest of Shane, who she fails to subdue throughout the movie Shane. Portrayed by Jean Arthur, Marion is a pastoral housewife in a late-19th century community of homesteaders. Marion is a very cautious woman who abhors undeserved violence to others. In Shane, Marion Starrett acts as an anchor of safety and conventionality to the men around her, and only men who are beyond her domestic control are fully free from her influence. Marion’s over-protective manner and speech towards Joe, Joey, and Shane throughout the movie depict her as an immovable force of security among her family and Shane.
In “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allan Poe, the author uses verbal irony to create suspense in order to engage their readers. Poe provides many hints as to what is going to happen to Fortunato throughout the story. This is done for the sake of keeping the reader’s imagination running while also leaving them on their toes anticipating what is going to happen next. For this to be created Poe uses verbal irony. For example, when Fortunato declares, ‘“... the cough’s a mere nothing; it will not kill [him].
O-lan is rather uncomplicated, she’s not attractive, she doesn’t stand out in a crowd, and she’s not much of a talker. On the other hand, she gets by with the bare minimum. The people in her family dismiss her from their minds, and show her no appreciation. Nonetheless, she labors on all day and completes what needs to be done. The land is also very straightforward, there isn’t a lot someone can say about a big piece of dirt.
The last girl required the most self reflection on my part. Mostly because the way it ended was confusing and not very clear. It was a simple and enjoyable relationship. Things were going good for all I knew. It was nice to not have any hitches with the relationship.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban truly accentuates time and clocks, which is very fitting since Book 3 will presumably be recognized as the Harry Potter book with the time travel. The manipulation of time progresses the plot and many small mysteries were solved due to time turner appearance in story. The paper studies the plot progress because of manipulating time using a time turner and plot holes that aroused due to its appearance. Data Analysis: Observing the popularity and the interest of the arrangement, one may scrutinize the clarifications for such an enormous acknowledgment. One of the conceivable responses to such an enquiry would be the mix of enchantment and reality that Rowling has made through her dialect.
Foreshadowing: Clues or hints that suggest what will happen later in a story. One fine example of foreshadowing is the short story, ‘A Monkey’s Paw,’ by W.W. Jacobs. In this story, the use of foreshadowing foretells many of the future plot points and creates suspense by doing so. Shows of foreshadowing are shown throughout the like the sentence, “Father and son were at chess, the former, who possessed ideas about the game involving radical changes, putting his king into such sharp and unnecessary perils... (Paragraph 1).”
“The Veldt” by Ray Bradbury, “Good Country People” by Flannery O'Connor, and “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson all have very strong themes that depict a darker side of human nature. All are very different in plot, but are connected through their endings. They all start with seemingly normal characters who end up doing things that would not have been predicted. In “The Veldt” it shows children revolting against their parents. “The Lottery” shows a whole community turning against one person.
Is it morally justified to publish a need to know story when it could easily ruin a persons life? Some questions seem to be easier to answer than others, some don’t have definite answers, some are more complicated to answer than others. Change Up Mystery at the World-Series by John Fienstien is a thrilling suspense novel that teaches kids and adults alike an important life lesson that effects all age groups:There are blurred lines between right and wrong. John Fienstien uses conflict all throughout his story, Change-Up, Mystery At the World Series, to develop the plot of the book, one major example of conflict is between Stevie and himself. He doesn’t really know whether he is right for writing the story, or wrong for ruining someones life and if at the end of the day he should publish the story.
I found the book Day of Tears by Julius Lester a very good read and I would certainly recommend the novel to others. This is a historical fiction book about the lives of slaves, and specifically, a major slave auction known as “The Weeping Time.” Lester wrote this book in dialogue of both the slaves and whites in the south. One of my favorite parts of this book was how the author included interlude sections to let readers know about certain characters later in their life.