Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Lottery Idea Map

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“The Things They Carried”

            Tim O’Brien wrote a short story, “The Things They Carried” with the main character Lieutenant Jimmy Cross, who is 24 years old, and at a war in Vietnam. He carries pictures and letters from Martha whom he loves but … Continue reading

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“Death by Landscape”

            Lois kept looking back to the event that shaped her whole life as a way of reexamining that particular event and see if she could figure-out what happened. According to Tuan, “…when we look inward (that is, introspect) we … Continue reading

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“Architectural Space and Awareness” and “Babylon Revisited”

            The main character of the story is Charles J. Wales who is 35 years old. He has deep wrinkle between his eyes but when he was about to ring the bell, his wrinkle got even deeper. This reflects the … Continue reading

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“The Lottery”

            The action of the story takes place in a village on the morning of June 27th. It is a bright, sunny day where the flowers are blossoming; there is a lot of green grass. At the beginning of the … Continue reading

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“Spatial Ability, Knowledge, and Place” and “Cathedral”

The short story “Cathedral” is mostly about the interaction between two characters one of them referred to as bub which is a term used to speak to an unnamed male, and the other named Robert. At the beginning of the … Continue reading

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1st draft of “The Metamorphosis”

            “The Metamorphosis” is a work of fiction written by Franz Kafka. This is one of a few short fiction books that he ever published because he couldn’t finish his writings or sends to be published since he never felt … Continue reading

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