A psychologist might say that these stories satisfy a dark underlying nature of people. Another point of view is that people like the excitement and use realms of darkness stories and poems as escapes from the real world.
:-) I've been reading mysteries for many years. They are pure escapism for me. I enjoy the good characters and the settings. But I won't read a mystery that uses the villain as the main character. I'm with Writeacher. The "realms of darkness" stories hold no interest for me.
After completing the required readings for this week, discuss how you see the theme of creating art developing in the different stories and poems. What did you learn about the human impulse to create? Give examples from one of the
1.If so, then you probably know some stories by Marguerite Henry. 2.Her books about horses have thrilled readers for more than forty years. 3.Henry wrote many popular books, such as Misty of Chincoteague and King of the wind.
the primary purpose to al gore's an inconvenient truth is a. to inform the readers that there is environmental hazard in burning fossil fuels b. to entertain readers with stories from his college days and his professor's
Ovid is a great artist; He used different objects to represent the idea of transformations. He used water, tree, earth and heaven as metamorphosis symbolism .But his stories seems to be fiction in the modern age. For example
What are the similarities and differences of the poems Hiroshima by Angela Clifton and Dulce Et Decorum Est by Wilfred Owen? What point of view are the poems? What are the themes of the poems? What are the contrasts and
Why do some readers choose to join reader groups? A. Groups offer opportunities to discuss interesting topics in literature.*** B. Groups allow readers to find out the ends of stories without reading. C. Groups usually give away