Free Essays on Murder Mystery Story

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  2. Compare and Contrast

    Slaughter and The Speckled Band. To what extent are they typical of murder mystery stories? In my opinion a typical murder mystery is one where it keeps you reading in anticipation wanting to know who has committed the well planned out murder, the whole way through. Until the end where the clever detective...

  3. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

    The Murder of Roger Ackroyd Agatha Christie has written many mystery novels, but none of them are like The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. A surprising realness when in the end, the narrator is the murderer. From the very beginning to the very last sentence the reader will be hooked. “The Murder of Roger...

  4. A Rose for Emily: Gothic Murder Mystery

    varies greatly from a typical gothic murder mystery. A typical gothic murder mystery immediately acknowledges a murder and it is then the reader's job to figure out who committed it. In "A Rose for Emily", the reader is not even aware of a murder until the end of the story; it is then the reader's job to...

  5. Solving the Mystery: Evidence vs. Intuition

    Solving the Mystery: Evidence vs. Intuition A detective story, often called a whodunit, is a mystery that features the commission of a crime and emphasizes the search for a solution. A whodunit is a bunch of puzzle pieces without a picture to build the jigsaw puzzle. Usually the mystery involves...

  6. Chronicle of a Death Foretold: the Manipulation of Time

    Foretold by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, there is a murder. Twenty-seven years later, a man tries to figure out why the murder took place. All throughout the story, Marquez changes the time around; the way he does this is through the man trying to solve the murder. The man is asking witnesses to tell him what...

  7. Hummanities Expressions of Culture Paper

    Attoh September 16, 2013 Murder Mystery, is a Mystery show that is performed while you eat by a group of people that work at the Vaudeville Café. This show takes place in downtown Chattanooga. The story is based on a couple who is visiting their rich relatives. The story will quickly pull you in because...

  8. Essay 3

    perspective in my conclusion and that made it a very strong conclusion. My points that I argue are very solid and I produce a different side of the story in my last argumentative paragraph which bolsters the strength of my argument. Weakness – I feel like I could have been a little clearer on some of...

  9. Sherlock Holmes Book Review

    books of Sherlock Holmes are about mystery, but this case is an unusual one. Even though it is about murder, it is a sort of twisted kind of murder, to the extent that it was not even about murder, but it appeared to be. The Man with the Twisted Lip The story begins when Watson, Sherlock Holmes's...

  10. And Then There Were None

    in a mansion with ten other strangers? Well in Agatha Christie’s chilling murder mystery novel, And Then There Were None, this is exactly what happens. In this classic work, Christie creates a masterpiece of mystery and murder. After ten strangers gather together on an isolated island off the coast of...

  11. Compare and Contrast: Speckled Band & Lamb to the Slaughter

    one of the short Sherlock Holmes stories and "Lamb to the Slaughter" by Roald Dahl are two short stories which belong to the genre Murder/Mystery. There are many similarities between Arthur Conan Doyle's and Roald Dahl's works. For example both of them handle with a murder submitted by a relative of the...

  12. Edgar Allen Poe's: "The Murders in the Rue Morgue"

    Edgar Allen Poe's: "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" In Edgar Allen Poe's short story, "The Murders in the Rue Morgue", a classic detective story is played out in a seedy Paris suburb. The story begins as the narrator meets Monsieur C. Auguste Dupin, a poor but well-read young man. As they become close...

  13. Murder Mysteries: Some Reflections on a Popular Genre

    October 2009 Murder Mysteries: Some Reflections on a Popular Genre When we sit down to read a good murder mystery, we are often so engrossed in its plot that we actually seem to be playing a role in the subsequent unfolding of events. Few of us stop to examine how the story is written and what...

  14. Edgar Allen Poe Compare and Contrast

    Edgar Allen Poe Compare and Contrast "The Purloined Letter" and "The Murders of the Rue Morgue" have a lot of similarities and differences. Edgar Allen Poe, the author, wrote weird horror stories but good detective stories. "The Purloined Letter" is how Minister D stole an important letter from the...

  15. Murder by Natural Causes

    Murder By Natural Causes is a sort of play that gives off the elements that attracts mystery lovers. It has comedy moments, thrills, and suspense. Arthur Sinclair is a world-famous mentalist, which in layman’s terms, means he can read minds. He is extremely successful. But, he has a very weak heart....

  16. Gosick

    Bookseller’s Assignment The book I’m going to introduce to you is called “Gosick” by Kazuki Sakuraba. It is a mystery fiction. The story happened in 1924 and it takes place in Sauville, a small European country. Kazuya Kujo, the main character, was the youngest son of a soldier. He has been studying...

  17. Medieval Literature Notes

    tales the knight honors womanhood and is gentlemanly • the most famous are the tales of King Arthur • throughout history, artists return to these stories, Even today, period romance is burgeoning Religion and the Church • The medieval period is often known as the “Age of Faith” • Church played...

  18. Detective Notes

    Popular Texts and Intertexts – Detective, Crime and Mystery • Dorothy L Sayers – “Death in particular seems to provide the minds of Anglo-Saxon race with a greater fund of innocent amusement than any other single subject”. • Detective Fiction emerges in other genres all the time. Temporal...

  19. Mystery Comparison

    Mystery Comparison - ISU - Final Draft In the mystery stories The Murder at the Rue Morgue by Edgar Allen Poe and Kiss the Girls by James Patterson, there are differences in the storyline and style of presentation. Dealing with the plots and the way in which that the crimes are committed, are very...

  20. Bigfoot

    NAME: xxxxx CLASS: Brighton 1 TITLE OF THE STORY: AUTHOR OF THE BOOK: Gina D. B. Clemen INFORMATION ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Gina D. B. Clemen was born in San Francisco, California. She grew up in North Beach, San Francisco`s unique multiethnic neighbourhood when the Beat Generation was changing America`s...

  21. Agatha Christie

    In the murder mystery by Agatha Christie, Murder on the Orient Express, her style of writing can be described as one of Christie’s best works, having an international trend, and being a genius with detective fiction. Murder on the Orient Express was a great book and should be read by all. “Agatha...

  22. The Black Cat

    curse on Adam, Eve, and all future peoples so that they will now be born with original sin, thus allowing evil to enter the world. Since this ancient story, many have attempted to understand further the development of evil inside the soul of man. A literary pattern has developed which reveals the growth...

  23. Comparison: Murder in the Rue Morgue & the Purloined Letter

    between the "Murders in the Rue Morgue" and "The Purloined Letter." The stories are similar in the fact that they are both investigative stories. Also the stories both include an unnamed narrator, along with the investigative mind of C. Auguste Dupin. The similarities between the two stories are abundant...

  24. Blair Witch Project

    teenagers that went missing and this was the footage they found a year later. The story focuses on 3 amateur film makers who embark on quest to discover the mystery of the elusive ’Blair Witch’ who is responsible for murders in the village. The film is filmed in two parts, one of the actual documentary...

  25. Bodyguard

    The story starts off with the murder of Jacques Saunière (the Grand Master Of Priory of Sion, although virtually no one knows that at the time) by Silas (acting on behalf of someone known only as The Teacher) to extract the location of the "keystone", an item that leads to the Holy Grail. The police...

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    difference in eras in which they were written. Each story has its own distinctive style when creating both tension and an atmosphere of suspense. "The Speckled Band" has a sense of urgency about it, yet manages to build up suspense until the climax of the story. "I have reasons to know....which tend to...

  27. The Murders in the Rue Morgue – a Story with Many Firsts

    Petronsky EN 332 Detective Fiction Professor Kauderer December 4, 2010 The Murders in the Rue Morgue – a Story with Many Firsts “The Murders in the Rue Morgue” is unquestionably the first detective fiction story. This without a doubt makes Edgar Allan Poe the father of detective crime. Poe...

  28. Hamlet

    uncle murders his father, weds his mother, and claims the throne there are many different aspects of the play which make it one of the most mystifying and all time favorite American plays ever written. Among these, some of the key aspects are the themes of the play comprised of a mystery story, ghost...

  29. Oedipus Rex and Trifles

    "Oedipus Rex" and "Trifles" "Oedipus Rex" and "Trifles" was different mysteries plays. They both have in common a mystery, but they are both very different plays. The first play "Oedipus Rex" was more of a unknown murder who then leads to the hurtful truth. Where on the other hand "Trifles" was...

  30. How Do Crime Writers Construct Their Genre

    There is a particular way of writing a novel or short story on mystery/crime but before we go through that you need to know the history on how crime became a literacy genre. During the 19th century stories depicting crime were based on true stories that the writer had experience, been told or seen first...