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    literary work, which was a book of poetry, in 1827 at the age of eighteen, his real and greatest success came but in 1845 with the publication of his most famous poem “The Raven”. Due to the success that this poem brought him, a short-term financial stability enabled him to settle down in a respectable neighbourhood in New York, but although many praised him, there was a lot of criticism about…

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    assissinate Elizabeth I (P. Burns, J. Edge, 43) . In his poem he is using metaphors upon metaphors, together with antithesis to construct a poem that shows his frustration and regret. He uses a plain and simple language. In fact, the whole poem is based entirely on one syllable words. However, his use of one syllable words only add to the stark and plain effect of the poem. Moreover, This analysis will discuss Tichbourne's use of metaphors, antithesis and paradoxes, and will touch slightly on…

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    Edgar Allan Poe is known for his mysterious and suspenseful short stories. His stories have an air of madness and his character development is impeccable. In the story A Tell-Tale Heart, Poe proves himself even more with his excellent character development to the unnamed narrator. He writes about the narrator who believes himself not to be mad, but is motivated to kill a man because the man's eye scares him. This essay will discuss the character development of the narrator, and how he copes with…

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    Revenge is a dominate theme throughout Edgar Allan Poe’s, “The Cask of Amontillado”. Poe uses symbolism and characterization to develop the theme of revenge that Montresor seeks on Fontunado. This use of symbolism and characterization illuminates the achievement of Montresor’s revenge with the ultimate sacrifice of Fortunado’s death. This revenge reveals a darker side of the human psyche. To reveal this darker side, Poe’s vivid descriptions of his characters allow for understanding of their…

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    SPEECH ACT THEORY ANALYSIS OF “THE KILLERS”BY EARNEST HEMINGWAY SUBMITTED TO :MAM SANA NAWAZ SUBMITTED BY : NOOR UL HUDA (113) SARA EHSAN (115) AYESHA ZAFAR (121) (GR) AMNA HAMEED (116) MEHWISH JABEEN (146) SUBJECT: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY UNIVERSITY OG SARGODHA M.A ENGLISH (SEMESTER 3) SPEECH ACT THEORY ANALYSIS OF “THE KILLERS” BY “EARNEST HEMMINGWAY” ABSTRACT This article aims at, to prove Earnest Hemingway as a writer of horror,…

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    The Fall of the House of Usher is a story written by the American author Edgar Allan Poe. Edgar Allan Poe as many of us know was a famous author because all his stories and poems were written in a sense of terror or mystery and that's what caught the attention of many people. As many of us know Edgar Allan Poe wrote his stories in a sense of terror and mystery and "The Fall of the House of Usher" was not an exception. This story also contains romanticism due to the age it was written, at first…

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    The classic, honored, and gothic genre author, Edgar Allan Poe is known for his famous works like The Raven, A Tell-Tale Heart, The Fall of the House of Usher, Annabel Lee, and The Cask Amontillado. Some of these stories and poems style could have been influenced by Poe’s past. Before Poe even turned three both of his parents, two professional actors, died. From there he was taken in by Frances and John Allan in Richmond, Virginia. Thenceforth, he was sent to the best boarding schools and later…

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    “Conflict builds character,” as often said by authors, readers, and others alike-- but perhaps some authors build character through the use of conflict better than others, like Edgar Allan Poe (author of many, many short stories and poems but for the sake of this essay, “The Tell-Tale Heart” and “The Masque of the Red Death”) and Jack London (the author of Call of the Wild), for example. “The Tell-Tale Heart” is the story of a man who kills another, due to being bothered by the the other’s…

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    Point of View in ¨The Pit in the Pendulum¨ Edgar Allen Poe's first person narrator in ¨The Pit in the Pendulum¨ is a strong survivor but being in captivity is driving him insane. In first person the readers become the strong survivor, that is the unreliable prisoner of Poe's famous short story and they get a deeper, and more visceral experience because of it. In first person point of view the reader sees the story through the eyes of the narrator, their view and interpretation of the events.…

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    The “Cask of Amontillado” written by Edgar Allan Poe is a thrilling short story about seeking revenge through a murder plot. This story is not only interesting, but it also has incredible detail. Through his use of carefully constructed characterization, diction, and irony, Poe creates a mood that is both chilling and horrifying. Throughout this short story Poe uses characterization to build up suspense and to strengthen his writing. Without Fortunato's character there would not be a story.…

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