When situational irony is applied to a story, there often is an unexpected twist in the plot, typically leaving a reader surprised. For instance, O. Henry of “The Ransom of Red Chief” uses situational irony in a comedic manner, whereas Guy de Maupassant uses situational irony to provide a sense of pity towards the protagonist. Nevertheless, authors tend to use situational irony to allocate sentiment. Author O.Henry of “The Ransom of Red Chief” employs situational irony to create a humorous effect within his short story. One example of this humorous irony is when the child’s kidnappers, Bill and Sam, end up paying a bounty to the child’s guardian.
Scott Fitzgerald then reversed Judy and Dexter back to their normal stereotypes as in the stereotypical male and stereotypical female. They went back to their normal cliche stereotypes when Dexter went back to look for judy again, but completely single with his engagement to Irene called off, only to find that Judy got married and had kids while her husband was being unfaithful to her. Overall, with this short story written by F. scott Fitzgerald, he was trying to show that life goes on and to break the stereotypes because something good could come out of it, even though Dexter and Judy never fully realized it. “Winter Dreams” is a very successful name for the short story if it truly means what Jill Gidmark had written; “ The aging process is signified by the word “winter” in the title, but “winter” also signifies a transition that is more tragic than physical deterioration...Dexter’s emotions have become frozen. He has lost the ability to care or to feel.
Sodapop is a fun-loving, carefree high-school dropout, but he is understanding and shows love to both of his brothers by seeing both sides of an argument. Darry has an extremely serious personality and loves Ponyboy with tough love. All three show love in different ways, but they still do love. Love is shown throughout all of the book The Outsiders in various ways, even though there is lots of violence. Dally and Johnny had a very close bond.
Brown treated him like his son. While their time together, Greg learned a valuable lesson from Brown. A treasure has to only be important in the owner’s eyes. He also learned his da only lectures him because he loves him and wants him to succeed in life. Greg smiled at the thought of listening to a lecture when he came home.
As for the tone, the narrator of the story seems dependable, but often infiltrates irony and dark humor. Many of the statements made also require the reader to make his/her own inferences regarding the subject matter. On the other hand, tenses often shift from the present to the past in Stanley’s life, Kate Barlow, and of Stanley’s great-great-great grandfather. Holes exposes one to the predominant theme of how fate and history easily impact everyday life- from the moment the sneakers landed onto Stanley, his exposures to his previous hapless circumstances, and how ultimately he finds himself to be in the right place at the right
Upon entering the world of Harry Potter, readers are enlightened about a “boy who lived,” yet as the books continue it becomes evident that Harry Potter only survives with the help of allies and friendships. Harry relies on his strong friendships, without them he wouldn’t survive. One solid friendship, in particular is Ron Weasley, who has had Harry’s back since day one on the Hogwarts express. Ron quickly becomes the greatest friend Harry would ever need, giving Harry a family and someone to lean on. By means of Harry’s fame, Ron may be hidden in Harry’s shadow, described as an underdog or a sidekick, but despite this, Ron Weasley displays a great sense of devotion towards, not only Harry but everyone he cares about.
In the novel, Arnold falls in love with Penelope and readers could feel about the pure love. Arnold is accepted by his new friend Roger. Arnold and his old best friend Rowdy get back together. “Now that might just sound like a series of homophobic insults, but I think it was also a little bit friendly, and it was the first time that Rowdy had talked to me since I left the rez.”( Alexie S.J., Jr, 2007) People think that it is easy to obtain all of the beautiful times while they are reading an satisfactory result. Comedy reveals something difficult but people could defeat.
The Characteristics of the Narrator: Tell-Tale Heart “Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe, uses a very interesting narrative perspective, which he tries to prove himself that he is sane, but he isn’t, by the context of the words in this short story. Poe’s experience with many other creepy and interesting stories develop with this sort of suspense, as it reaches the heightening point, the climax. The importance of this first-person narrator perspective is the clockwork which synchronizes to the suspense and mystery of the plot, displaying the character’s irony. The setting, the introduction of characters, the conflict, and the resulting end brings an interesting sight to the plot. The narrator introduces himself as the main character, neither the protagonist or the antagonist.
Since the term “millennial” was created, there has been an ongoing bandwagon of hate for the new techsavvy generation. The dislike that has been expressed is usually generalized and has little to no evidence to back the ideas up.This trend has been popular for years without a prominent response from the other team, until author Joel Stein emerged and wrote the article, “The New Greatest Generation. Why Millennials Will Save Us All.” Stein uses research, personal experiences, and humor to convince his audience that millennials are not horrible individuals but could become the new greatest generation of all time. The hostility that millennials get is typically displayed without any real hardcore facts to why the generation is a socalled “disgrace”, while Joel Stein does the exact opposite in