Introduction The book The Blazing Star, by Erin Hunter, is an intriguing book about two groups figuring out a prophecy and learning to work together. In the aftermath of a huge battle, the cats must figure out what the blazing star is while there is a deadly disease destroying all of the prey in the forest. With the battle leaving the two groups short many cats and the disease making prey scarce, food is getting harder to find. This literary analysis will go in-depth about how Erin Hunter developed intriguing character relations and the interesting author’s craft found in the book. This analysis will also look into how the setting affects the characters and what the theme may be.
Here they help their brother. They have to help him because he is blind and is deathly afraid of water. When Hollypaw and Lionpaw do this you can see that family is there, they always have your back. They do this other times. For example a quote from the book says, Brambleclaw had picked up Jaypaw by the scuff and edging downward with the young cat dangling from his jaws like a kit(Warrior Outcast).
During his funeral the black demon cat appeared and circled around his coffin. The demonic cat also went on to harass the master's son too. People say that the ghost cat continues to haunt anyone that comes to the Mathis plantation to this day. 8. THE PHANTOM CAT This story originates from Fort McAllister where a black cat would cross the battle field and dodge bullets and canons without effort.
This cat also drives him crazy and he tries to kill the cat but ends up killing his wife instead. The narrator buries his wife in the wall and when the police come looking for her body, the cat helps them find her corpse. The cat also was buried with the wife. “I had walled the monster up within the tomb” (Poe 524). In the story “The Fall of the House of Usher” the narrator, a boyhood friend of Rodrick
The witches lived in a moldy forest surrounded by foggy smoke and hundreds of hissing black cats. They brewed a pungent potion used to steal children souls. During the daylight hours, the witches would change their appearance to trick the kids into following them into the forest for sweets. As the children ate the candy they became intoxicated, so by nightfall they was asleep, while they slept the witches gathered ingredients to make the potion, adding green poisonous frogs, hairy eagle feet, pickled pig ears, musky tree barks, minty herbs, and parts of the children hair and nails. While the potion brewed, the witches sing and danced around them, as they lay helpless on the ground.
“The Black Cat” Everyone has had bad luck from time to time before, some people say that bad luck can come from salt spilling over, a black cat walking under a ladder. In the story “The Black Cat” the author, Edgar Allan Poe, takes this belief and blows the whole idea out of the water and into something different from the usual bad luck. The main protagonist, or the narrator in this case, goes through having bad luck throughout the entire story but this isn’t the same kind of bad luck that regular people would experience. This bad luck leads to him killing his wife and his own home burning down. Edgar Allan Poe uses foreshadowing and symbolism to show the character’s actions in “The Black Cat.” There are many examples of symbolism in the
9 Stories About Black Cats That Made Them Halloween Icons The Icon Black Cat For centuries, Black cats have never come up with an illegal or false level of Halloween Icon. This days, these type of animals are maltreated, hated and rejected by others of what they seems to be representing because in the past years, many culture’s stigma that follows these animals is extremely uncalled for. Like the average tabby, Black Cats surfer prejudice and danger especially when the month of October approaches for Halloween. Those who love animals or the rescue organizations can even take care of this particular pet in October. History Of The Black Cats The species of domestic cats have a long presence in tradition and superstition in cultures
In Shakespeare 's’ A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Helena, Hermia, Demetrius and Lysander go through quite a lot of trouble before they emerge from the woods with their problems all but resolved. While Helena, Hermia, and Demetrius all remark that they remember the events of their night in the woods, even if they do think it a dream. Yet, Lysander never implies that he knows what his other three companions are talking about. Robin Goodfellow also implies that the herb he places in Lysander’s eye will cause him to forget everything that happened while he had the juice in his eye. When Robin Goodfellow put the herb that reversed the love juice’s properties in Lysander’s eye, it had the side effect of causing Lysander to forget everything that happened the night before.
Steinbeck perfectly portrays the harsh truth of society and how many dreams are destroyed causing misery and emptiness (“Of Mice and Men.” Novels 248). At first George and Lennie aspire to own a farm that they can call their own. Candy and Crooks later join this dream to escape from society’s harsh judgment. The four of them slowly make their way towards their goal. However, their dream ends when Lennie kills Curley 's wife and is hunted down.
Mr. and Mrs. Little would discuss Stuart quietly between themselves for they never recovered from the shock and surprise of having a mouse in the family. Mr. Little made sure that there would be no reference to ‘mice’ in their conversation for he did not want Stuart to get a lot of notions in his head. He made Mrs. Little tear from the nursery songbook the page about the “Three Blind Mice, See How they Run. I should feel badly to have my son grow fearing that a farmer’s wife was going to cut off his tail with a carving knife. It is such things that make children dream bad dreams when they go to bed at night.
If he were to ask, he might have realized that it was a dream. Still Goodman Brown cannot forgive the townspeople and now lives the rest of his life in gloom and fear. Goodman Brown 's actions after the night prove that dreams can affect one 's reality. What caused Goodman Brown to dream about what he did is unknown. He loved his wife and he trusted that no one he knew worshipped the devil.