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  • Office Staff Might Feel Uncomfortable Case Study

    open a door, perhaps open windows or remove items of heavy clothing such as jumpers or jackets. However, if the office then becomes too cold once the…

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  • Contents Of The Dead Man's Pocket Summary

    the events of the plot. In the beginning, the character, Tom Bennecke, is shown to be a man very dedicated to his career and an important aspect of his job is all on this one piece of paper that then accidently flies out of the character’s apartment window so he nearly risks his life not only to save the paper, but his own career as well. In the process of getting this paper, Tom reflects on the fact that he is always so full of himself and his work so much and he doesn’t leave any room for…

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  • Creative Writing: In The Sky

    Americans are addicted to social technology.” Soon after, we started moving. I grew impatiently excited coupled with extreme nervousness. The plane took so many twists and turns, I thought it took an hour just to get to the runway. I looked out the window, and a sudden gush of acceleration overtook everything. My body was elevated up as if some superior power was effortlessly lifting the plane. My hands clinched the armrests, my eyes widened, my entire body felt as if it was being torn apart, my…

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  • Alice Monologue

    Twice this year I near froze to death. Both times Alice Mayweather kept me warm. The first time I locked myself out of my house, frost creeping on the windows, I called Alice over, she was always good with these things. Ever since we were kids she had always been saving me from the trouble I got myself into. I sat shivering on my steps, watching the snow pile up on the ground at least two feet high. Comfortable silence floated around me as the sun set with pink sky as it’s backdrop. A few…

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  • How Does A Rose For Emily Change

    A Rose For Emily In William Faulkner’s, A Rose For Emily, Faulkner illustrates a southern town that is rapidly changing to fit the times. Emily Grierson is an old fashioned woman who watches her town alter around her but, her tenacious attitude towards change prohibits her from adjusting to a new lifestyle. Faulkner portrays the change in the social structure of the American South in the early twentieth century with Homer Barron, Miss Emily’s house, and the townspeople. Homer Barron was a dark…

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  • Critical Analysis Of William Faulkner's A Rose For Emily

    “A Rose for Emily” Critical Analysis “In good fiction, certain of the details will tend to accumulate meaning from the action of the story itself, and when this happens they become symbolic in the way they work” (O’Connor). In William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily,” many components that may be initially dismissed in a passage, through intelligent writing, gather a deeper meaning. Homer, for example, appears to be just another tragedy to strike the pathetic life of Emily Grierson. However, many…

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  • William Faulkner's Use Of Characterization In A Rose For Emily

    William Faulkner's Use of Characterization in A Rose for Emily In a quote by Margaret Atwood “people are individuals. Yes, they may be expected to be a particular way. But that does not mean they are going to be that way”. William Faulkner in his story A Rose for Emily he very carefully pieces his main character limitations using layers of carefully placed details. That are described through a variety of narrators that vividly describe her as being large scale and also like a tree crumbling. He…

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  • Imagery And Symbolism In A Rose For Emily

    A Rose for Emily: An Analysis of Theme, Imagery and Symbolism A Rose for Emily is a prime example of the many themes of southern gothic literature. The story demonstrates not only the elements of southern gothic but the similarities of southern gothic and basic gothic literature such as Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein. The author’s story is thus made interesting and catches a reader attention with its non-chronological telling and dialogue. Through the use of imagery and symbolism the author gets his…

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  • Ms. Emily And Her Tangled Web Analysis

    Ms. Emily and Her Tangled Web A “Rose for Emily” has a surprising start, where the reader begins at the end of Ms. Emily’s story. The opening scene is the funeral for Ms. Emily Grierson, being of Southern tradition the townspeople come to pay their respects out of their own inquisitiveness needs. Faulkner plays with his readers as her tale unfolds. It is only as one reads further that they learn more about Ms. Emily, and the life she led. Faulkner only lets his readers see moments of her…

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  • Traditional Ideals In William Faulkner's A Rose For Emily

    William Faulkner constructs “A Rose for Emily” in a manner that follows the traditional ideals and behavior of the small-town American South and formally imitates the back and forth way one tells a story. The first section of the short story begins toward the chronological end of the story, as it starts with Miss Emily’s death and then works its way backward in a way that mimics the thought processes of the townsfolk. The first sentence includes the pronoun “our,” which indicates that the…

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