The Open Boat Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Social Graces.
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Social Graces

Summary: Comparative essay on Anton Chekov's "Misery" and Stephan Crane's "The Open Boat" on how each relate to human nature.
Some of the most well known authors have been the creators of short stories. In only a few pages these authors provide the reader with a look into life's most passionate experiences; love, loss, death, and sacrifice. Throughout time their words have touched hearts and inspired many. Characters are remembered not merely as a fictional person in a story but are brought to life in the reader's mind, soul, and memory. These stories have survived the test of time and boundaries because of their connection to real life and the readers who share it with them.

Samuel Johnson, an 18th century scholar, author, and critic, wrote, "Nothing can please many, and please long, but just representation of general nature." These words describe only a handful of stories out of the million that did not survive through a generation.

One just representation of nature is written in the words...

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