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Robert Graves. "The Shout"
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Publicēts: 15.04.2009.
Valoda: Angļu
Līmenis: Vidusskolas
Literatūras saraksts: Nav
Atsauces: Nav
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I can say that every man on the earth is a specific creature who likes to compare himself with others or simply compare others in every way they can. I am one of them, and this “comparing thing” has a matter with my essay. Its theme is two characters comparison in Robert Graves’ work The Shout. Their names are Charles and Richard. I will contrast their looks, characteristics, attitude towards each other, reaction to ongoing and their behaviour. I chose it because it is interesting to compare completely different people: one mad and other natural.
At the beginning I want to give a brief summary of the text. It starts with a conversation between two men. One of them (name Crossley) wants to tell his story. He talks about a situation in which the common motive is the shout, and it brought together two men: Charles who creates the shout and Richard who wants to hear the shout. Although Charles had never met Richard before, he talked with Richard about everything that troubled his mind, for example, about people’s soul, church, life in Australia until he stopped at his story about the shout which suddenly excited curiosity in Richard’s mind. All events that happen between Charles and Richard are in accordance with the shout, and exactly the shout is this specific thing which built relations among those two men.

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