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  • Climax Of The Rebellion Essay

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    Stage 1: Exposition (characters/background) Axel is the leader of the rebellion and the son of Ryder, the ruler of Enru. Axel is 15 with long greasy black hair and slate blue eyes, and a knack for adventure. Slightly sarcastic, but in a delightful way. Ryder has brown hair and blood red eyes. A mean sense of humor, and rail thin, who is 6 foot 4 inches. Jasmine is Axel’s best friend, who he met through battle training. Stage 2: Rising Action (conflict and more information) The father is becoming

  • Girl Can T Dance Compare And Contrast

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    published in a Storyworks magazine. “Girl Can’t Dance” and “ Good Enough” have similarities and differences such as the setting during the climax and the change in mood throughout the climax. One similarity between “Girl Can’t Dance” and “Good Enough” is the setting during the climax of the story and how important that is. Both stories setting during the climax is at school. In “Girl Can’t Dance”, Emma has to leave the popular table to go apologize to her best friend. An example is on page 18, “Even

  • Trifles Literary Analysis

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    displayed to indicate that the falling action will soon be taking place. Climax is important in literature as it helps the audience get ready for the resolution. After a climax occurs, audience members can usually guess what will happen in the end. Climax can also aide in the understanding of the rising action that occurred before hand. Sometimes the climax can be a plot twist and make a plot more interesting and exciting. The climax in the play Zombie Love, by Earl T. Roske, is used thoughtfully due

  • Summary Of Longfellow's Paul Revere's Ride

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    Jonathan Clayton Composition 2 November 5, 2017 Professor Holman Uses of Logos, Ethos, and Pathos in Longfellow’s Paul Revere’s Ride Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, in his famous poem Paul Revere’s Ride, tells of the heroic and famous ride of Paul Revere during the American War for Independence. His use of pathos, logos, and ethos in this illustrious work give readers an excellent mental image of this important event in our history, and allow this to seem both a real event, and a fiction story

  • Compare And Contrast The Outsiders And To Kill A Mockingbird

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    The Outsiders and To Kill a Mockingbird are very similar in many different ways. The greasers in The Outsiders and Scout and Jem were different then the other children and adults in the book. They also share two similar themes: Nothing is as it seems and People are different all around. If you think about it Ponyboy, Cherry, Jem, and Scout are very similar in characteristics too. They all see the same sunset, and you everyone's the same kind of person too, no matter how they are. The Outsiders section

  • The Themes Of Everyman

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    characters are personified because they are in fact non-living things but materialistic objects. In the form of an essay, I will discuss in detail the vital aspects of Everyman the play such as Setting, Protagonist, Major conflict, rising action, climax, falling action, themes, motifs, symbols and foreshadowing. THE ASPECTS SETTING (Time and Place) The play was written around the 1400’s in the 15th century and the writer was possibly motivated by his/her religion to write such a morality play. According

  • Examples Of Climax In Frankenstein

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    The novel’s climax is the result of the suspense of the rising action. Typically, after the climax, the previous events resolve themselves in the falling action and resolution. After the climax of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, the creature seeks revenge on Victor, killing his family members as a result of Victor’s betrayal. Despite the reader’s belief that Frankenstein’s climax is Elizabeth’s murder, the actual climax occurs when Victor destroys the creature's mate. Elizabeth’s murder results

  • Master Harold and the Boys Critical Analysis

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    Master Harold… and the Boys Athol Fugard’s Master Harold… and the Boys is an instant classic that does a superior job at encompassing the complex of racial hierarchies and interracial friendships that existed in South Africa in the mid-20th century. Set in 1950 the play follows the everyday lives of its two main protagonists: Hally, a white, seventeen year old male discontented with his schooling, and Sam, a middle-aged, black servant of Hally’s family. During this period the rigid racial structure

  • Movie Review : ' The Brass Teapot '

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    THE TALISMAN is a supernatural horror story with a hint of dark humor. The premise has a solid hook with the idea of a cursed necklace that brings good luck and fortune to one, but bad luck to others. The concept has plenty of merit. It reminds one of the film called THE BRASS TEAPOT, a fantasy-thriller in which a couple discovers that a brass teapot makes them money whenever they hurt themselves, and they must come to terms with how far they are willing to go. Thus, while the concept is solid

  • Analysis Of The Movie ' The Revenant '

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    help Glass stay alive was his knife so he used it to gut the horse completely hollow then Glass removed all of his clothes and crawled inside the horse to wait use its body heat to protect him from the harsh snow storm. Finally, the thought-to-be climax of the movie, Glass finds the man who murdered his son while he helplessly watched, and Glass kills him in a long, bloody exchange of gunshots and knife wounds and ultimately drags him in the nearby ice cold stream I believe that this action packed