Robert Graves "Shout"
Short story “The Shout” by Robert Graves is told within a “frame” – storyteller retells a story he has heard from a new friend at the Asylum. This is a mysterious story about the man who kills by shouting. In the background Graves shows married couples’ relationships and Richard’s irresistible fear interaction with a shouting man.
The author has chosen suitable place for the story, as the events takes place near the Asylum. Also the mystery has been intensified by Crossley’s character; the author says about the man, that “I had no fear of physical violence, only the sense of being in the presence of a man of unusual force, even perhaps, it somehow came to, of occult powers.”…
- Analysis of the Story of Robert Graves “The Shout”
- Robert Graves "Shout"
- Robert Graves "The Shout"
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