The Authors both use quite unique writing styles, but they are very different types of writing style. They both are in different genres one is a horror story and one is a Sci-FI. Both of these stories are quite different, but also the same as they are very interesting short stories to be told. The first short story is the short story called The Tell A tale Heart Which was written by the author named Edgar Allan Poe . The Tell A tale Heart is a story that has a fear factor, it is a horror story, It is made to put pressure on the reader to induce fear.
Heather Hogue 9/28/2015 CRMJ 358-001 ECA: Shattered Summary The book I chose to read was called “Shattered” by Debra Puglisi Sharp and Marjorie Preston. It depicts Debra’s life and how she was kidnapped from her home in April, 1998. She was a loving wife to her husband, Nino, who died being shot by the kidnapper. She also has two twins who were in college at the time named Michael and Melissa. Debra was tending to her garden when she then goes back into the house and is hit on the head by the kidnapper knocking her off her feet.
There is a literary work that brings us to the world of dreams and takes us away from reality. It has to be contrasted with a literary work that needs our interpretation. Every literary work has their own meaning, both implicit and explicit meaning. Sometimes the writer use implicit meaning with use a word or some word to draw a situation or a condition, so it is called as implicit meaning. Rare for The Writer use explicit meaning, it is the way of convey meaning with use a word or some word that really - really tell and show that condition or situation.
But every night Annabel Lee and her love met in a local cementary until her dad realized this and he lock her up in a room. The Young boy hadn’t any choice than to get on a boat and sailed but Annabel Lee contracted the yellow fever and died. After the Young boy heard about this he went to the town again but the fauther of the dead didn’t let him see the love of his life and this make him to drive into the madness. Annabel Lee is the last complete poem that Edgar Allan Poe wrote and it was published when he died. In Annabel Lee, Edgar Allan Poe uses hyperbole, repetition, imagery and mood to show the reader how a death can affect and torment someone for the rest of her/his life.
Maya Angelou, born Marguerite Johnson, lived through an unstable early life. She was born in St. Louis, Arkansas, but moved away to Stamps, Arkansas at age three due to her parents’ divorce. There, Angelou lived with her brother, Bailey, and her paternal grandmother (Galenet - Self and a Song of Freedom in the Southern Tradition). As discussed in her first autobiography, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, seven-year old Maya was raped by her mother’s boyfriend. The man was consequently murdered by her uncles, and Maya, feeling responsible for his death, ceased talking and remained speechless for five years.
On April 4th of 1928 Maya Angelou was born Marguerite Johnson in St. Louis, Missouri. She was given the name “Maya” by her brother, Bailey. Both Maya and Bailey were sent to live with their grandmother in Stamps, Arkansas after her parents divorced. When Maya went to visit her mother at the age of eight she was raped by her mother’s boyfriend. After testifying against him, several of her uncles beat the boyfriend to death in order to get revenge for what happened to her.
Dostoevsky suffered from extreme guilt. He suffered from epilepsy, which only grew worse due to the loss. This added to his overall declining health (Iswolsky). Another tragic event in Dostoevsky’s childhood that appears in Crime and Punishment occurred “when his closest play-mate, a girl of nine, was found raped one day in the hospital yard” ("Fyodor Dostoyevsky - A Writer 's Life"). This experience may have greatly influenced a character Raskolnikov discovers in the novel.
Talma was accused of the murders but was found not guilty. Later her sister Jeanette died suddenly and left her a letter revealing the story of their family’s deaths. She reveals in the letter that their brother was mulatto and automatically died after birth, and their mother died too after realization that she had Negro blood. When Jeanette learned of the news she too died. As Talma finished up reading the letter, Edward expressed that he would much rather marry Talma the murderer than Talma the negro, and he left at once.
These gothic novels showcased events that were about the supernatural and were laced with violent passions, horror, terror and exaggerations. The typical story was far from the shores of rationalistic England, it was rather somewhere in faraway south. The name of Ann Radcliff is associated with this type of fiction. Italy kept returning as the background of these fictions. But geography is not the only factor.
A neighbor watched the event unfold and police investigated which lead to Delphine LaLaurie being found guilty of illegal cruelty against nine slaves. She was forced to pay fines and had to give up her remaining slaves. Even though there was plenty of evidence for her to be convicted of more crimes, she and her family managed to evade conviction and fled to Paris. It is believed that she died there on December 7, 1849.