Mystery of the Stolen Artefacts It was a normal night in the Royal Ontario Museum. The museum had just closed. There were security guards being vigilant around the building. Then suddenly, there was a unknown bald person with a mask spotted by one of the security men. He was frightened and then fainted.
The first person point of view is where the story is narrated by one person at a time. The character in the first person narration is where the character can be telling a story about himself or herself or telling events about what they see or experience. (Writer’s Craft, First Person Point of View) The characterization literary tool is the act of creating characters and their growth through a piece. Characters in a piece can be presented by manner of their actions, speech, thoughts, description, and interaction with other characters through introduction or events.
Many people wondered what happened to other the people that helped in the discovery. “The eleven other people in the group that entered the tomb with Carter were dead within 7 years.” After people started dying many wanted to know why. Some people blamed it on the curse but some of the hieroglyphics read, “As for all men who shall enter this my tomb...impure… there will be judgement… an end shall be made for him…
The choices people make can lead to both positive and negative outcomes depending on what decision had been made. These choices can be harmless but in rare cases, can lead to things as gruesome as death. In the tragedy “Romeo and Juliet” by Shakespeare, the catastrophe was caused by a series of choices made by characters throughout the play. First, the choices Romeo continuously made throughout the play heavily impacted the result of the catastrophe at the end of the tragedy. Here, Romeo willingly decided to attend the Capulets party and commit suicide in the play which resulted in the catastrophic catastrophe in the end of the novel.
Sir Philip Sydney was considered almost as good as the man William Shakespeare himself because of how good he was at portraying female characters, and his sonnet Astrophil and Stella is considered the finest sonnet cycle after Shakespeare’s (Kuin). Another job he had is he was a patron of scholars and of poets (Doris). A patron of scholars and of poets is a person who inspires highly intelligent people and poets. Sir Philip Sidney’s final job and the job that would lead to his death is he was a soldier. He had a little bit of military time, but he got a wound in his left thigh on the 23rd of September 1586 and died on October 17th, at Arnhem (Ringler).
One man stated that he didn’t get food for the first 2 days. (http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/maidanek.htm) Also if you didn’t make it out of the group of strongest men and women you were killed, out of 1,500 only 98 were selected. If you refused to work or couldn’t because you were to sick, or something, you were instantly killed. You didn’t get a chance to get better.
Within English literature they are used in order to enhance a story, and motifs are recurring elements that help set the mood in the story. Motifs contribute toward the development of a theme, and this provides readers with an understanding of the underlying message that writers use in a story. Usually they are not necessarily seen automatically in books, motifs tend to come naturally in the central theme. Using motifs in writing can create a powerful difference between a bestseller novel and a mediocre book. Throughout Greek mythology stories, motifs are being used to enrich the stories that are being told. For example in one of the Perseus myths it includes a recurring motif, and in one it says, “In the Perseus myths, include: escaping danger as a baby, defending one's mother against a seducer, a quest that is meant to be fatal but is not, magical devices used during the quest, the rescuing of a princess, and the accidental killing of a relative.
“To be, or not to be, that is the question:” whether Shakespeare is to be the real author of the great plays and sonnets credited to his name or if his name is to be only a cover up, a pen name, for the true author of the works, may it be Sir Francis Bacon, Edward de Vere, or a collection of authors (Shakespeare 127). Shakespeare’s work has been admired for centuries and it has gained much respect, however, some say the work of Shakespeare may in fact not be his. There are many questions surrounding the topic of Shakespeare’s authorship and whether or not he could have really been the author of so many thought provoking and diverse plays. There is great argument over his lack of proper schooling and travel, as well as there are many candidates
Hamlet, also known as The Tragedy of Hamlet, is arguably one of the Shakespeare’s most famous plays. Branch incorporated elements he believed would capture the true essence of Shakespeare, while Zeffirelli used techniques in which suit his own personality and style. Multiple elements ranging from language style to plot, had made Zeffirelli’s and Branagh’s renditions of Hamlet captivating and intriguing,
When we reached the railroads they packed us in boxcars like sardines. We had no water still and packed in the cars people passed, out died and defecated everywhere. The camp is not much better our barrack are simply open sided bamboo huts. There is one water spigot for the entire camp I think there are about 7000 of us in here. There are a few latrines but they are just mountains of filth.
Life was hard at the Cook’s Coffeehouse, there was little to no supplies left to cook with, and little to no food for ourselves. At one point we ran out of food so we had to close the coffeehouse which made it harder to live since we were no longer making any money. The word of fever spread through town quickly as there there were many deaths to an unknown miasma. There has been rumors spread all across town that Yellow Fever has come back, and they say it is coming from the refugees that are coming in from the colonies.
A tale as old as time consisted of one particular soul who’s story either made you weep in sorrow or fear for your life. He was said to be the most fearsome leader who ever walked the earth, embedding fear into all of his people. He resided in a castle on top of a hill, looming over the land he ruled below it. The man in the castle was known as Jasper Vanderbilt, the son of a noble family who resided in the mountainous region of North Carolina. He was a cruel man, who punished villagers without a trace of remorse.