Free Essays on A Deserted House

  1. The deserted house

     (E) The deserted house Wandering unaccompanied along the lane with sadness and emotion. There was just silence and  huge giant trees.  Not realising how long it had been, I found myself stood in front of a big old house.  I unconvincingly stared at it and thought to myself, what brought me here. ...

  2. A Deserted House

    A Deserted House The house had not been occupied for several years after the death of its owner. For some reason no one liked or cared for the owner. Therefore, when he died, he was not buried. His death remained in his bed until it was reduced to its skeleton. One evening a traveler was passing...

  3. The Deserted Village

    The Deserted Village by Oliver Goldsmith Oliver Goldsmith is an Irish writer (he is from Ireland) ,we call him a writer because he is not a poet only, he was a dramatist and novelist also. He was a vicar (priest) .the Deserted Village is his masterpiece, it is very famous poem. _The similarity...

  4. Gray's Elegy and Goldsmith's Deserted Village

    Q) Compare and contrast Gray’s “Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard” and Goldsmith’s “The Deserted Village”. Oliver Goldsmith’s “The Deserted Village” and Thomas Gray’s “Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard” were published within a gap of two years in the final decade of eighteenth century...

  5. haunted house

    descriptive essay about dilapidated/abandoned house and how people should take great care of their homes before it will become derelict or decrepit. rhetorical devices: Personification : deserted loathsome houses light peeked out Similes : a house is like an child white paint...

  6. deserted island

    Deserted island My name is Lisa. This year I’m thirteen years old. I live in Queenstown, New Zealand. My house is a villa near the sea because my parents like sea, and from my bedroom you can see the best view of the sea. It seems to me that toward evening, the sea is the most beautiful, and usually...

  7. Comparison essay between "In a Glass House" and "Where She Has Gone". Both written by Nino Ricci, as part of his trilogy which included award winning title "Lives of the Saints".

    and physical difficulty, the family bond may be disrupted causing sever consequences that may affect one in an appalling way. Nino Ricci's In a Glass House and Where She Has Gone, pursue the dismal breakdown of the relationship between Vittorio and his family that result s in attempted suicide and running...

  8. Ibsen, Henrik "A Doll's House"

    Characterization of Corruption: Welcome to A Doll's House Henrik Ibsen's controversial play A Doll's House serves as a critical analysis of society, using rich characterization to illustrate the effects of human corruption. The characters include Nora, a repressed housewife who ultimately abandons...

  9. Exemplification Essay detailed description about trip to grnadma's house with family/ family reunion and relate to feelings

    Exemplification Essay Every year my dad's side of the family gathers for a family reunion at my god-mother's house. My god-mothers house located far out in the warm, dry, deserted neighborhood in dusty Lemon Grove, where my family anticipates the grand event about to be rekindled once again, but I wasn't...

  10. Well done

    Due to the hike in petrol, we have to pay more. It burns a hole in the pocket of all holiday makers. In contrast, in the city and town, it is deserted. During this period, both city and town are as quiet as graveyard. It is because all the shops are closed and there will be no business. Therefore...

  11. A Rose for Emily

    Old Poor Emily and the Old Rotten House Old poor Emily lives in the old rotten house. From “A Rose for Emily” by William Faulkner, it is inferred that the Grierson’s house represents Miss Emily Grierson. The author clearly describes what the house looks like and how it has changed; he also tells about...

  12. The Origin of Emma and Nora, From Henrik Ibsens "A doll's house" and Gustave Flaubert's "Madame Bovary"

    grounds that his novel was morally and religiously offensive to the public, despite the fact that it was a bestseller. Also Henrik Ibsens "A Doll's House" was such a slap in the face to many Europeans that it was banned in some countries and revised in Germany so that it had a happy ending. Some people...

  13. Effect of 'Balik Kampung'

    Due to the hike in petrol, we have to pay more. It burns a hole in the pocket of all holiday makers. In contrast, in the city and town, it is deserted. During this period, both city and town are as quiet as graveyard. It is because all the shops are closed and there will be no business. Therefore...

  14. When Your Alone and Lonely

    And what made it worse was that the whole town knew why. After her “sweetheart deserted her” it made it seem as if things were just getting worse and worse for Miss Emily. She never again left her house and her young petite frame was offset by an unnatural obesity and her head full of...

  15. The Others

    story-line. It's set in a large old house on the isle of Jersey. The house is deserted and seems to be in the middle of nowhere. The house has no electricity to add to the mystery and it has no contact from the outside world. In the opening scene, the house is surrounded by mist and fog. At...

  16. A Good Man Is Hard to Find

    her use of setting. The outcome of the story is hinted at through the description of the family's scenic drive through Georgia, Red Sammy's, and the deserted road they travel on. The images of the family’s surroundings while driving through Georgia give many hints to their tragic deaths. At first it seems...

  17. House Robbery

    suspicious activities happening in their village. On that night, a whistle was blown to call the men in the village to assemble in front of Pak Ali’s house. He divided them into groups. Each group will be on guard according to their shifts. They were very enthusiastic and promised not to sleep on the job...

  18. A House on Fire. Essay

    at night served as an alarm to the people of the locality. They all rushed to the place. Many came there to serve the terror stricken inmates of the house. The brass-helmeted men of the fire brigade at once started their work. They took out their hose pipes and directed water towards the flames. It...

  19. Discrimination with "A House on Mango Street"

    to show the world that the idea of sexism is wrong, and Sandra Cisneros is one of then. She indirectly discusses it in a book, "House on Mango Street." This book, "The House on Mango Street" by Sandra Cisneros, showed feminism and machismo in the Latino culture. For example, I quote, "I thought I would...

  20. My Grandmothers House by Kamla Das

    My grandmother’s house - Kamala Das About Kamala Das: Kamala Das is one of the best poets in contemporary Indo-Anglian literature. Kamala Das, born in Kerala in 1934, is a bilingual writer. She writes in Malayalam, her mother tongue, under the pseudonym Madhavikkutty. Her poetry is an exploration...

  21. The Egypt Game

    in ancient Egypt- which causes them to read every single book about Egypt in the library. Melanie notices a loose plank in the fence nearby her house. Without regard for trespassing consequences, April, Melanie, and Marshall enter through the fence to find several reproductions of Egyptian relics...

  22. Journals

    kids had to go rummage through trash to eat sometimes. Rex was using all the money to go to bars, and was always yelling and arguing, and tearing the house and the family apart. Jeanette would protect her father, and would be the one to try and confront dad, and try to get him to change. They all got used...

  23. 'By what means does Dickens make his description of Miss Havisham and Satis House in chapter eight so effective?'

    use of imagery in chapter 8. Satis House and Miss Havisham are vital aspects of the novel. Dickens has a tenacious understanding of how they are to be perceived, and conveys this to his audience in a comprehensive manner. When Pip first comes across the manner house (chapter 8), it is described with...

  24. Deserted Lands

    Daphnie Bradley Mrs. Bybee AP English III 27, August 2013 Deserted Lands How could a world with such beauty become a graveyard full of deserted dreams? In John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath, families are run out by bankers because the crops die and the land is unable to be farmed. In the long...

  25. Psychopathic Personality Disorder On Bo And Vincent Characters In The Film House Of Wax

    Psychopathic Personality Disorder On Bo And Vincent Characters In The Film House Of Wax 1. Introduction Psychopathic Personality Disorder is a mental illness which is caused by a bad experience and traumatic because of something or tragedy that happened in the childhood. there are many kind of...

  26. The Villisca Axe Murder House

    THE VILLISCA AXE MURDER HOUSE Fear has different effects on people causing them to either “fight or fly”. Not many people like the feeling of being afraid, but I find it exhilarating. I was raised to keep an open mind about life after death. I believe in the paranormal, spirits, and possession. These...

  27. The House of a Brave New World: Brave New World Vs. The House of The Scorpions

    The House of a Brave New World: Brave New World Vs. The House of The Scorpions Introduction: Dystopia; an “imaginary” society in which citizens are dehumanized and live what readers deem as an unpleasant, worthless life. Nancy Farmer’s novel The House of The Scorpions and Aldous Huxley’s Brave...

  28. Creative Story: the Dark House

    Creative Story: The Dark House by Tom-Inge Earlier today, John and I were taking a walk in the outskirts of the town, when we saw an old house on top of a hill. I wanted to take a closer look at it, but John looked a little spooked, and mumbled something about not wanting to go there. I convinced...

  29. House by the Railroad

    House by the Railroad In EdwardHirsch's poem"EdwardHopperandthe Houseby the Railroad" Hirschjrurtaposes both the houseandEdwardHopperto createan ominousundertone throughoutthe poem.Hirsch personifies abandoned this houseto bring it to life while describingthe artist asrelentless, almostdehumanizing...

  30. The Regulators

    Everyone gathers in the farthest room from the street in two houses for safety and works together to come up with a plan for survival. Jim and Dave Reed, Collie Entragian, Johnny Marinville, and Steve go on the greenbelt behind the houses to look for an escape route. When the world begins to change...