The theme conflict is presented throughout this novel. It is a theme which portrays itself through many different bases, for example through power, leadership, and the degeneration into barbarism. But the main source of the conflict is between Ralph and Jack; since they have different styles of leadership which triggers a dispute within the group of boys. Ralph’s style of leadership is fair and democratic, whose ideas are based on rules and order, “we’ll have to have hands up”. This shows how he is willing listen and almost represents the side of human kind which is good; Jack embodies the side which is evil.
Walter Younger is arguably one of the most controversial characters in the play A Raisin In the Sun. It is because Walter is found in so many controversial scenes, and is often found saying and doing controversial things which makes it hard to get a grasp on his true identity. However, there is evidence given throughout the book, which shows Walter’s true identity, despite often finding him saying and doing controversial things. Part of Walter’s identity as shown in the play is that Walter is caring. The book makes it easy to interpret Walter as quite the opposite of caring, however, the book also gives sufficient evidence to Walter being caring below the surface.
Some of book explained conflict as a part of plot and some book explained it separately. That means that the two elements have a relation and its connection is very important to build a story because plots grow out of a conflict. B. Theoretical Concept Before analyzing the element of the short story, we must know about the theoretical concept about the element of short story, especially plot and conflict. Plot is the most important thing in the story because a good plot will make a good story.
Despite being required to deliberate a case with such serious consequences, all bar one of the jurors believe that there is an “obvious” truth, that it is “one of those open and shut things.” These views highlight the author’s concern as he demonstrates the ease with which the wrong decision could be made, as a result of prejudice. The author further evinces that prejudice, being so common in society at the time in which the play was written and in contemporary society, can easily “obscure the truth” to the point that one is unable to be convinced even
Jamiel Pittman Professor Williams English 111 FE 30 October 2013 In this paper I will draw the parallels of good villains and bad villains. Often we characterize the “bad guys” as characters whom are not liked and not appreciated. However they are more likely to be more interesting than the heroes or “good guys”. I believe “bad guys” make stories more intriguing for a bunch of reasons. The idea of incorporating a fictitious character in a story that goes to great lengths to be “destructive” is always suspenseful.
The power amid the two often leans toward one side, being monopolized and abused. My notion on oppression is that the mentality of one is manipulated by the unbalance of power in this subjugation. In certain cases oppression is necessary to keep peace; like the government and the people. If the government fails to oppress the public with the power of law, chaos would rain
The conflict. From battles of love, to fighting for what you believe in, in every good story conflict is there. Whilst these conflicts may not always seem to be between sides that are obviously good and evil, once broken it is clear that all conflicts are based around these two sides. Not all conflicts seem to arise between sides that are simply good or evil, but if we break it down we can see that one side always posses more negative qualities than the other – therefore in the context of literature can be considered as ‘evil’. ‘The Tenth Circle’ – written by Jodi Picoult shows several examples of the different types of conflict, which often occur in literature.
A short essay cannot investigate all instances of this occurrence in all works of the author, but could provide the reader with the major categories. This way, deception will become more recognizable and appreciated as a major element and a spine of the particular story. In two of the most famous Shakespeare’s plays where deception appears as a building block of the story are Hamlet and Othello. In Hamlet the prince uses deception as a tool to distract attention and hide better his strange but vital moves and activities necessary to gather enough information regarding Claudius. The deception comes in the form of fake madness.
Although they don’t know much how to pronounce the words, they are good at grammar and writing composition. This result still affects me when I learn English in the Unites States because of my habit. I feel feared to pronounce something wrong that make the people will laugh at me so I decide to use writing to express my thoughts. The relationship between reading and writing is a strong and important connection. Without reading, you can’t become a good writer because you don’t know how to gather your ideas in words.
Every good author knows a short story consists of many basic elements that define a purpose in which the author is writing for. The author uses basic elements to intrigue the reader and to contradict a message. Through the utilization of figurative language, an author can express a concept that portrays a possible element. In both of the stories, the author expresses how the characters are struggling with inner conflicts that result in a moral edification. Macfarlane and Lohans both convey the struggles in their characters’ lives by their use of diction choices.