Upon entry Mapp demanded to view the warrant, and Sergeant Delau showed her a piece of paper but did not let her read it. Dollree took the paper and hid it inside her blouse, which led to a struggle and with Delau regaining the false warrant. After the confrontation, Dollree Mapp was handcuffed to her bed and the officers conducted a search of the house for several hours. After the search, they found Ogletree and
Kamara Bellis Buckner English 1301 25 JUN 09 The Victorian Woman’s Insane Treatment in Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” During the Victorian era, woman were to be dependant and obedient of their husbands. They were not allowed to pursue careers or interests. Gilman, being a woman of this time experienced this oppression first hand. She had been diagnosed with a nervous condition and was ordered to bed rest after the birth of her child. This ill-fated treatment prescribed by her physician Weir Mitchell, whom she referenced in her story, drove her to the brink of insanity.
Granny is an elderly woman that lives with her daughter because of an undisclosed illness. The action takes place in a bedroom in the home of Granny Weatherall daughter Cornelia. Granny is examined by Dr. Harry, much to her annoyance. Granny was an interesting women; constantly thinking the doctor was on to her. For instance, she says “Get along doctor your [sic]” (Porter).
Compare the ways in which attitudes to betrayal are presented in these two extracts. Betrayal in love is key in both the novel ‘Great Expectations’ and the poem ‘Havisham’ which illustrates the view point of Miss Havisham in the form of an interior monologue. The form of betrayal is presented through the character of Miss Havisham. In the novel the room in which she is in is appearing to decay and whiter and interestingly all the clocks in Satis House have been stopped at “twenty minutes to nine”, which is the moment when she first learned that Compeyson was gone. The symbolism of time that is presented throughout the extract depicts an image of a woman so heart broken that she is stuck in the moment, reliving the day her fiancée left her.
Huck is adopted by the Widow Douglass in an attempt to “sivilize” him. Huck constantly discards the ideas of obedience taught to him. Due to his childhood Huck chooses to fake his own death and run away from his father, Pap. This is the first major deceit that appears in the novel. As Huck escapes he leaves behind clues to mislead his father and community, “I took the axe and smashed in the door.
Poe started to build the rising action of his detective story from a reason of why the letter was stolen. Possessing the purloined letter, Minister D blackmails the lady. Since she cannot openly reclaim the letter, she asks the Prefect to hold a secret investigation in order to find and retrieve this letter for her. Although there was no mystery who stole the letter, Poe developed the puzzle around the location of the purloined letter. Knowing that the letter has any value only if it is kept close and readily accessible, the police started the investigation from the minister’s apartment.
In Source 2B, a source that leans towards un-supporting Judd, Nightingale appears to be reporting back to Sidney Herbert with the list of points in her letter. Herbert was a member of Parliament at the time, and was the man who sent Florence Nightingale and her nurses out to the Crimea. Herbert was suggested to send them out by the Head of the Medial Department, Dr Andrew Smith, on a commission to investigate the state of the hospitals. This, for me, makes this source unreliable and unsupportive of Judd because it’s almost like she’s there as, she says a “government spy” and not a nurse, trying to “improve conditions” as Judd tries to put across. She also says she was given “private instructions” which brings in an element of secrecy that the British public wouldn’t have known about.
Through a close study of the narrative structure, relationships and detective fiction the reader will gain a better understanding of the distinctive elements of this novel. In the book “Curious” Mark Haddon has used an interesting narrative structure to convey the effects of Christopher Boone as the distinctive narrator. A distinctive feature we see in “Curious” is the use of Narrative Digressions. Haddon has structured this novel so that about every second chapter we see a Narrative digression which throws the story into pause and in these narrative digressions he goes into unneeded subjects such as Christopher listing all of his behavioural problems Christopher says “I used to think mother and father would get divorced” this digression had followed Ed Boone stating that he wanted to leave Swindon and live somewhere else. Christopher stating all these behavioural problems shows us his thought pattern.
Throughout this story there is obvious evidence that there is indirect characterization. Indirect characterization is the process when the personality of a character is revealed through the character's speech, actions, and appearance. A closer examination of Sherlock Holmes thoughts, his words, his actions, and Dr. Watson's thoughts will prove that there is obvious indirect characterization about Sherlock Holmes throughout the short story. Sherlock thoughts: Throughout the short story there is no given thoughts from Sherlock Holmes, but he does voice his mind freely. He will think out loud in a way it feels like he reader is reading his thoughts.