The Open Boat Essay | Open Boat

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Open Boat.
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Open Boat

Summary: A three page critical essay deconstructing a critique on Stephen Crane's "The Open Boat."
"The Open Boat," by Stephen Crane, has been critiqued and deconstructed by many thinkers. One such critique is "The Dialogic Narrative of `The Open Boat'." This critique on Stephen Crane's "The Open Boat," was written by two authors: Sura P. Rath and Mary Neff Shaw. The authors focused on a five main points in the duration of this Critique. First Mikail Baktin's theory of the "Five basic types of discourses," are discussed and used in the deconstruction of "The Open Boat." The critique then delves into the use of first-person actor-character to third person spectator-narrator. Shaw and Rath then annotate the tonal quality of "The Open Boat." Fourthly the critique characterizes and analyzes the key figures of the Novel. Lastly the authors unveil the manipulation of the story through setting. The authors are very educated and articulate. They are so much so that this critique is somewhat intimidating...

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