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Short Stories of William Faulkner and Southern Life

In eight pages this paper discusses how Southern life, history and geography are depicted in the short stories 'A Rose for Emily,'...

Life and Writings of William Faulkner

This paper consists of six pages examines William Faulkner's life and the themes of life and death that abound in his novel The So...

Short Stories of William Faulkner and Their Themes

In five pages this paper examines the themes featured in William Faulkner's short stories 'Dry September,' 'The Bear,' and 'A Rose...

Three Short Stories Set in the American South

this story that Dees mother has always secretly longed for acceptance from Dee. Mrs. Johnson was always amazed by her daughters "...

Insanity in Literature

In nine pages this paper examines how insanity is thematically and symbolically portrayed the short stories 'The Lottery' by Shirl...

Emily Grierson a Grotesque Character

late at night and sprinkling lime around, presumably on the theory that her servant killed a rat or snake and they smell its decom...

Critical Comparative Analysis of 'A Rose for Emily' by William Faulkner

This paper compares the literary criticism of 'A Rose for Emily' by William Faulkner by Ray B. West Jr. in 'Atmosphere and Theme i...

Men in 'The Cask of Amontillado' by Edgar Allan Poe

In six pages this short story is analyzed in terms of male bonding and how the relationship between the men changes throughout the...

Switching Partners

yo like. Ill be home tonight." The screen door made a little snick as it swung closed, and she was alone. She pulled the gown back...

The 1995 Short Story Winner

This paper discusses and analyses a short story. An alternative ending is written for the story. The writer discusses the main the...

Old South Traditions in Faulkner's 'A Rose For Emily'

And, it is in this essentially foundation of control that we see who Emily is and see how she is clearly intimidated by these male...

An Analysis of I Started Early Took My Dog

present us with the sheer power of the sea. Now, as mentioned, these lines, filled with imagery, can be seen from many symbolic ...

"A Rose for Emily" by William Faulkner

This essay looks at "A Rose for Emily" by William Faulkner and presents the argument that this story presents a critique of Southe...

Analyzing Three Tales by William Faulkner

In eight pages characters from 'Barn Burning,' 'A Rose for Emily,' and 'Percy Grimm' are contrasted and compared and a discussion ...

Analysis of 'A Rose for Emily' by William Faulkner

In five pages this paper examines the conflict between protagonist Emily Grierson and her hometown in an analysis of this short st...

Literary Analysis: Flannery O'Connor; Three Works

his mother. Sheppard fails to see the depth of the boys grief, and Norton hangs himself in despair. His suicide is an attempt to b...

Ernest Hemingway's Attitudes About Women

In six pages this paper examines how Hemingway's rather condescending attitudes and low opinion of women are reflected in his shor...

How the Storm Helps Readers Understand Ann’s Character in “The Painted Door”

it is in a few words: "The sun was risen above the frost mists now, so keen and hard a glitter on the snow that instead of warmth ...

Saving Face: An Analysis of George Orwell’s “Shooting an Elephant”

which he attended from 1917-1921 (Merriman). In 1922, Blair went to Burma, apparently following his fathers inspiration, and join...

Walker: “Everyday Use”

as the fact that Dee has left home and created a new persona for herself, thus trying to deny who and what she is. She is no longe...

Strategies to Survive and 'The Open Boat' by Stephen Crane

this situation held certain peril for these men. Second, the omniscient view has allowed Crane to describe, in a birds eye...

'The Lady with the Pet Dog' by Anton Chekhov

his otherwise dull life. When we meet the woman with the dog we begin to see that she is young and innocent and lonely. She als...

Post 911 Fighting Fear and an Example of Narrative Writing

On the other hand, if the attack is primarily intended as a background setting from which the main character extrapolates their ow...

Social and Cultural Influence of 'The Storm' by Kate Chopin

of the elements made her laugh as she lay in his arms. She was a revelation in that dim, mysterious chamber; as white as the couch...

Comparative Analysis of Richard Connell's 'The Most Dangerous Game' and Thomas Wolfe's 'Child By Tiger'

an accident with a drunk man. It is the drunks fault that the cars collided but the drunk man is belligerent and begins to hit Dic...

Acceptance But Not Soul Mates After Five Years

house, the meals, and my life. Fiona never seemed to bother much with my brothers but she seemed to take a particular interest in...

Nathaniel Hawthorne's 'Rappaccini's Daughter'

isolated as a result. In many ways, it is the men...

Tobias Wolff's 'The Rich Brother' and Family

we have no sense of frustration or unrequited longing in terms of his aspirations....

Louise Erdrich: ”Fleur"

amount of money (Erdrich). Fleur won, and refused to play any longer; in retaliation, the men got drunk and raped her; that same n...

'The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas' by Ursula LeGuin

know the child is there, because each of them is taken to see it when they are quite young, perhaps 8-12 years of age. They cannot...