Subplot Essays

  • Taming Of The Shrew Plot Structure Essay

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    In the Taming of the Shrew there was many plot structures. There was the framing plot, and the triple action play that included the induction: Christopher Sly and the trick played on him, Lucentio/Bianca which is the romantic play, and Petruchio/Kate which is a romantic play as well. The genre includes a comedy genre. In this play there is a beginning but there is no end. When Christopher is mentioned, we don't know what happens to him. In production, it mentions the balcony which is a play within

  • Agamemnon And Odysseus Analysis

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    The Odyssey is one of two major ancient Greek epic poems attributed to Homer. It is, in part, a sequel to The Iliad, the other work ascribed to Homer. The epic raises questions about what an odyssey is for Odysseus and secondary characters who mimic Odysseus's progress throughout the story. In Zimmerman’s play viewers experience a simplified interpretation of Homer’s grand and verbacious text. As viewers experience secondary characters like Agamemnon, Telemachus and Calypso exhibit emotion through

  • Summary Of The Novel 'The Scorpio Races'

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    The Scorpio Races is a fiction novel written by Maggie Stiefvater; this book contains both the elements of action and fantasy stories. When the author wrote this story, she was inspired by the legend of water horses: the magical horses that shows up from the sea when it gets closer to November. Those brutal water horses are precisely featured in this novel; hence it gives more excitement and thrill to the readers. Also, throughout this story, the perspective swifts between two main characters – Puck

  • King Lear Rhetorical Analysis

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    In William Shakespeare’s King Lear, Edgar concludes the play by lamenting over the tragic deaths of those the around him and the future of the kingdom. As Kent, Albany, and Edgar are the only characters remaining in the end, Edgar stresses upon the lives lost to acts of deceit and the importance of letting honesty reign through one’s actions instead. Bound to never again let lies tear a family apart, Edgar believes that words should come from the heart and never should one speak with evil intentions

  • Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge Film Analysis

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    Jasmin Kaur English 1100 S18 Paul Tyndall Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge is one of the best romantic movie till now in Indian cinema this is the movie which has influenced the lives of many. With this movie the industry had its king of romance Shahrukh Khan and best onscreen partners Kajol and Shahrukh Khan, with this movie Aditya Chopra did his directing debut and for the first time a movie was made for the Indians living out of India. From its first release on 20 October 1995 this movie is still

  • Personal Narrative Essay: Good Morning Singapore !

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    Daniel Berdichevsky and Burch Wang screamed out loud in an oddly incongruent unison “Good Morning Singapore!”, and so it began. The opening ceremony was underway; welcoming me into what would be my best four days in recent memory. Alpaca plushies were soon flying around in every possible direction towards the audience, teenagers and little kids tackling one another to grab hold of the most attractive alpaca, in fact, any common man would suffer to tell that this was the gathering of some of the smartest

  • Boak No Hero Academia Analysis

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    There are many types of anime genres that are enjoyed by people across the world. One popular anime is Shounen anime. Shounen anime is usually a long term series targeted for 8 to 18 years old males. Many Shounen anime gain popularity based on the plot, main character and pacing. There are 3 top Shounen anime called “Boku no Hero Academia”, “Naruto Shippuden”, and “Dragon Ball Z.” These three anime are very similar but different in many ways. Boku no Hero Academia, Naruto Shippuden and Dragon Ball

  • Subplots In To Kill A Mockingbird

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    similarities in the USA from now and the 1960’s. There were groups such as the Ku Klux Klan and other extremists that are still around today. In the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee uses subplots and symbols to inform her readers about the prejudice and hatred that still lingers today. To begin with, Lee uses subplot to give the readers an understanding of discrimination. Instead of your typical whites hating black-skinned people, it is the opposite. Calpurnia takes Jem

  • To Kill A Mockingbird Subplots

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    age. One person strongly believes in something and get people to join the cause and have only one goal. Harper Lee utilizes subplots to develop the significant thematic idea of a person’s actions and words influencing an entire community, which helps the reader realize that by not standing up for what is right, an innocent man can be condemned; although individuals do

  • Theme Of Subplot In King Lear

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    Plot is the scheme, plan or the main story of a literary work while subplot is subordinate to the main plot. In King Lear, the subplot of Gloucester parallels the major plot of Lear. Subplot, actually, proves the point Shakespeare is trying to make in his main plot. Gloucester’s plot is the reflection of the main plot since it mirrors most of the incidents which are quite similar in the case of Lear. In the play, two elderly characters, Lear and Gloucester suffer the most. Their stories are similar

  • Nt1310 Unit 10 Lab Report

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    round(2700*rand(1)); % pick a random offset mhb = y1(n + del) '; %construct the ecg signal from some offset t = 1/Fs:1/Fs:Time '; subplot(3,3,1); plot(t,mhb); axis([0 2 -4 4]); grid; xlabel( 'Time [sec] '); ylabel( 'Voltage [mV] '); title( 'Maternal Heartbeat Signal '); x2 = 0.25*ecg(1725); y2 = sgolayfilt(kron(ones(1,ceil(NumSamp/1725)+1),x2),0,17); del = round(1725*rand(1)); fhb = y2(n + del) '; subplot(3,3,2); plot(t,fhb, 'm '); axis([0 2 -0.5 0.5]); grid; xlabel( 'Time [sec] '); ylabel(

  • Depression In Julie Schumacher's Black Box

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    It seemed that many subplots were given, but most were never completed in its entirety. One example is the subplot concerning Dora’s doctor. Jimmy warns Elena of Lorning, but she also warns her about the doctors “Especially a guy name Siebald. Dr. Siebald is nuts” (Schumacher 37). Then later on, when Elena and her parents are talking, it is revealed that Dora’s doctor is Dr. Siebald (Schumacher 42). After that point, the readers hear nothing more about Dr. Siebald and the subplot is dropped. The basis

  • Walk Two Moons Character Analysis

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    was fascinated how the situation Phoebe was in was so similar to hers. She didn’t want it to end the way her situation ended with her mother never coming back. In the book Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech, similar things that happen to Phoebe in the subplot, happen to Sal in the plot. One of the most significant moments that happens shows similarity of events that happen to both Phoebe and Salamanca is that both of their mothers leave their families to find out who they really are and the girls

  • Textual Analysis Of The Movie Rudy

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    and to the Dexter/Joan story. Bobby is last scene on page 9 and Bobby’s story doesn’t pick up until page 22. It’s pivotal to focus on the real story vs. the side stories or subplots. As the story progresses, it continues to be interrupted at times by the subplots. The audience wants more of the Rudy/Bobby story. The subplot about his business is also

  • Getting Into Someone Else's Shoes Analysis

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    the idea of getting into someone else’s shoes, the perspective of children and subplots throughout the novel highlight that without acting on new beliefs and applying forgiveness, prejudice will pass onto the next generation.

  • The Office: The Importance Of Television Shows

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    Maya Angelou, a famous writer, once said, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel” (Forbes). This quote is not only relevant for life, but it also has significance for a television series because a television show, if it is good enough, can change an entire day for someone. For the audience of a show, they will most likely not remember every single aspect of it, but they will remember how that show

  • The Brothers Quay: Film Analysis

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    -Brief intro - Stop motion is one of the oldest methods of animation and is still used to this day. As technology and understanding of animation advanced, so did the quality of stop motion films. Two important films that show an advancement of technique are Ladislaw Starewicz The Mascot, and Street of Crocodiles from The Brothers Quay. -First film: - Ladislaw Starewicz: The Mascot 1933. The film follows the journey of a toy dog named Duffy who lives in a world where toys come to life. Duffy was

  • Spider Man Ideology

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    Garfield) is Spider-Man. Spider-Man is portrayed as a strong, intelligent and heroic figure. After discovering his new superhero powers, Peter Parker is out on a mission to solve the mystery behind his parent’s death. Nevertheless, the film also has a subplot: a budding romance between Peter Parker and high school sweetheart, Gwen Stacy (played by Emma Stone). Compared to male led, Gwen Stacy is portrayed as an obedient, pretty, and “resident "beauty queen".” (Marvel, N.D) In The Amazing Spider-Man,

  • How Do You Sympathize Napoleon's Reaction To Dumas '?

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    Entry #20 Dumas definitely has some weaknesses and strengths in this book. He made me feel many different emotions such as happiness, anger, sorrow and sympathy. One of the weaknesses in this book was the fact that he jumped around from subplot to subplot; at times, it was very confusing. Although he did jump around, the events were in great detail, and helped me better understand what was going on. I, personally, enjoyed this book and would recommend to anyone who was looking for a little adventurous

  • Argumentative Analysis: Good-Hearted Heartwolves

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    The script presents with an intriguing premise about good-hearted werewolves, who take on the role of protecting humans from evil werewolves. The concept has merit. Scripts about werewolves remain popular, but to be successful the script needs to offer the audience something new and original as a hook. The idea of them being “the protectors” feels a solid hook. With that said, the script would benefit from more development in the area of structure, pace, tension, character development, as well