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    Godavari RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Class M.phill English linguistics Submited to Sir Arfan Lodhi Prepared by Saira Bano Assignment no 1 godavari (a novel) Setting Godavari is a Narrative story of a family setting out on holiday in India .The beautiful landscape of Maharastra hills station attracts them and family settled there to enjoy their holiday. But in doing so, they face crises. Ba started flirting with the maid of Villa. Then, the news of Hindu-Muslim riots pours in. Now, family is worried about

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    and emotions are evoked. George Bowering’s metafictional short story “A Short Story” conjures feelings of frustration and surprise in readers. Through the use of an unconventional narrative structure readers are manipulated into believing and mirroring Donna’s hatred. Despite the evident warning within the story, it is not until the end that one realizes these feelings were controlled by Bowering. The first word in “A Short Story” is the heading “Setting” (1), which is the first of many distractions

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    The Use of Narratives and Its Effect on Stories The use of narrative view are important for an author. It determines how the reader interpret the story and ultimately understanding the theme. In the work of “Hills Like White Elephant” Ernest Hemingway uses third person objective point of view to present the conflict of a young couple over the difficult decision of whether to have an abortion. In comparison to Hemingway’s work, “Great Falls” by Richard Ford, tells the story of the breakdown of

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    in Literature I Professor Murdock 25 April 2012 Narrative Modes Within Perfume: The Story of a Murderer In his novel Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, Patrick Süskind chooses third person narration to tell the story of Jean-Baptiste Grenouille. And though Grenouille is the character at which the story is based upon, we are also taken through the minds and actions of other characters through the unlimited knowledge of an omniscient narrative voice. By seeing and smelling the world through Grenouille’s

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    Narrative Psychology: Narrative psychology builds upon broad interdisciplinary and scholarly basics that extend into the humanities as well as the social and natural sciences. Psychologists who come from more outdated arenas of psychological study are challenged with significant obstacles when moving toward narrative approaches: there are multiple spheres of knowledge that relate to narrative but may be totally unfamiliar to them. At least three basic areas which narrative psychologists can discover

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    Panchito had a close friend and i killed him i frustration and it was tragic this is the story how i killed Panchitos close friend. I knew that Panchito loved the bird. The bird was red, green, and yellow parrot that had been smuggled from Mexico. When we first got him he spent most of his time in a makeshift wire cage Roberto made for him. But after he trusted us the he flew around the garage. Then i grew to love him. Panchito taught him to speak and he stretched a medal wire across the garage

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    It was a good story, but that night I was scared shitless that he might die and his collapse made me think how my parents might feel if I died. Mom’s story differed from Dad’s out-of-body experience. As she told it, she stood in next to Glenda. They were saying good night to Bill and Sherrill’s. She became impatient waiting for my dad to return to the party. Looking into the darkness, she saw something fall and a pain ran through her leg. Hearing me call, she stumbled as she started to run to the

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    The stories we analyzed during this module have shown us that the narrator always seems to be the victim, especially for those protagonists who are married or in a relationship. The authors were also women, who grew up in a time different than ours, and they only have one option of living, which was as a housewife. The first story that present us with this issue is “The Story of an Hour”, the author tried to publish the story in an era were feminism was frown upon. In the story the protagonist is

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    My story begins on a hot summer afternoon. My sister and I were having a conversation about sewing “When you sew the needle has to go slower around the edges.” My sister said “Can you teach me how to sew.” i asked “Sure.” she replied. My sister let me into her sewing room. Different color thread glittered on the wall, like a rainbow contained in a room. The different spools organized for speed and use. I watched my sister eagerly as she threaded the bobbin through the spool. As she set up the thread

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    Leo groaned, his head was fogged and pounding painfully against his skull. It hurt to much to try and open his eyes, it felt like his eyelids were sewn shut. “L-Leo,” He felt a light, but urgent tapping on his arm, and he forced him eyes open, holding back a pained wince at the dim light. Mikey was curled on the floor next to him, looking exhausted, but physically fine. The younger looked down at him, forcing a tight grin at him. He swallowed what little saliva was in his mouth and forced himself

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