looked at him expectantly. When he realized she didn't actually knew where he lived, he quickly told her his address. He also gave her the opportunity to drop him off wherever she wanted, not knowing how much of a detour the detective would have to make to take him to his place. "It's ok" She said, thinking that it was probably going to be a fast trip because It wasn't too far by car. She started driving, thinking about the best route to arrive as fast as they could to his place. She was well aware
typologies of narratology like story, narrative and narration. In the present paper, the authors have attempted to read Somerset Maugham’s short story The Pool by rigorously applying Gerard Genette’s categories, namely mood and voice. Under mood, ‘distance’ and ‘perspective’ have been analysed in depth.
moment. When he opened the front door I knew he was serious. I walked outside, looking behind me as the door slammed shut. I picked up the garbage bag. I left the front of the house, down the narrow walkway to the sidewalk. He kicked me out. I never thought it would happen. He threatened it, before. But this time he actually did it. He never
stronger due to the outbreak. Some became weaker. Being leader of the survivors? This idea would be absurd to me before the outbreak. I never wanted to be a leader. I just wanted to get by life like any other person. I didn't believe that I would make a good leader. But I was wrong. What was that quote by Umbert...? Umberto Eco! It was, "The real hero is always a hero by mistake; he dreams of being an honest
Christianity as a Unifying Influence in the History of Europe "Europe was a Christian creation, not only in essence but in minute detail" The above statement can perhaps best sum up the relationship between Christianity and Europe throughout the ages. Christianity has been the strongest single influence in the history of Europe. Regardless of the century, no discussion would be complete without reference being made, at least in small part, to the Church. It is true that in recent centuries
For me this question shows the real reason for faillure. Most projects focus on producing a rocket (only focus on delivery). Successful projects however look further: why do we create a rocket? Because we want to go to the moon. If NASA would have only focussed on delivering rockets, they would never have reached