Antigone and Lamb to the Slaughter Comparison
Rebellion in Antigone Every person has a rebellious side to them which eventually leads to their downfall. This is clearly demonstrated by King Creon in Antigone, as Sophocles illustrates Creon as a rebellious character, who takes rough decisions without thinking of the outcome. Creon’s character also illustrates anger through his actions and the way he talks. Similarly, these tragic flaws are also found in Mary Maloney in Lamb to the slaughter by Roald Dahl. She kills her husband in the rage of…...
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The Speckled Band, Lamb to the Slaughter
The following example essay on "The Speckled Band, Lamb to the Slaughter" is an analysis of the literary works of Arthur Conan Doyle and Roald Dahl. The essay reveals the plot of the novels and reveals the images of the main characters of the story. Discuss to what extent the writer allows the reader to identify with the main character in each story. I am going to write about two stories from the detective genre. These stories are ‘The Speckled Band’…...
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Sherlock Holmes Characteristics Essay
The sample paper on Sherlock Holmes Characteristics Essay familiarizes the reader with the topic-related facts, theories, and approaches. Scroll down to read the entire paper.We are not told much about the personality and background of Sherlock Holmes, but we can observe how he solves the crime in this story. We see how Holmes notices little details that we would not necessarily see, or regard as important. For example, he can tell that Helen Stoner travelled to see him by train…...
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Why does Mrs Maloney get away and Roylott doesn’t
Although both 'Lambs to the Slaughter' and the 'Speckled Band' are of the same genre (murder mystery) they have many differences making them different from each other. These differences suggest why Mrs Maloney gets away and Roylott doesn't get away with it. The protagonist in each story is viewed in a different way. We watch Maloney to see if she gets found out, Sherlock Holmes to catch his man because Sherlock Holmes always gets 'his man'. From this simple quote…...
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