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“Story of an Hour” and “A Rose for Emily”

The world of literature is quite impressive and engrossing. Among the list of works discussed during the course, there were two prominent and vivid pieces of literature to analyze, mainly Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin and A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner because these authors share the similar themes in their works...

“The Giver” and “Animal Farm”

Challenging or difficult situations can sometimes reveal the best or the worst characteristics in individuals depending on the way they choose to view the problem. The solution that a person comes up with when directly under pressure shows how mentally stable the individual is. When people are in control of their mental state, it is...

“Fahrenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury and “1984” by George Orwell

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury and 1984 by George Orwell demonstrate the struggle of men against an oppressive government. Both stories establish the atmosphere of dystopia and the fear of consequences that can act in an unpredictable way through character development. All single characters are alienated because of their inability to conform and struggle to...

“The Things They Carried” and “The Lottery”

“The Things They Carried” by Tim O’Brien and “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson are two stories with dynamic character development and significant transformation of the personality. The two major characters of these writings are Tessie Hutchinson and Tim O’Brien. Both of them change throughout the plot and undergo serious inner metamorphosis. Tim O’Brien is the...

“A Rose for Emily” and “The Snows of Kilimanjaro”

Faulkner and Hemingway are two prominent American writers marked with the ability to write captivating and thought-provoking novellas. “A Rose for Emily” by Faulkner and “The Snows of Kilimanjaro” by Hemingway are vivid examples of the creative writing of the authors. This essay aims to compare and contrast the figurative speech of the two stories...

Songs Review

“Round Midnight” “Round Midnight” is a jazz composition played on piano which is the only instrument played in the piece. It is performed in the form of improvisation by one of the most famous jazz musicians of the time, Thelonious Monk. To be more exact, the genre is considered to be a bebop jazz standard....

Article Review Paper

http://www.hpb.gov.sg/HOPPortal/health-article/674 The article Get the Facts Right! Learn More about Tobacco Products posted on the Singapore Government website tells the readers about the dangers of smoking. Despite the relatively low readers’ article rating, it seems to be informative and very well-structured. Facts are laid out objectively and in a precise manner. Although it may seem...

Netflix Case Analysis

Just like any other company, Netflix has implemented several measures of ensuring that it emerges successfully ahead of its business rivals. The elaborate plans usually vary, depending on the level of completion posed by the competitors. On most occasions, many companies apply either one or a combination of several business strategies to leave behind their...

The Story of an Hour Analysis

In The Story of an Hour, the author describes how somebody can be confined easily in an unsatisfying reality just because of the domination. The main character of the story Mrs. Mallard is the type of such a person. In her marriage, her husband is portrayed as a dictator. His death is a good chance...

“The Man with Compound Eyes” by Wu Ming-Yi

The Man with Compound Eyes by Wu Ming-Yi is built around two key characters, Atile’i and Alice, who face similar cultural threats in their settings. Atile’i is a key character in the story that is expected to disappear in line with a tradition. He lives in an imaginary island called Wayo Wayo. Atile’i is determined...

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