Short Stories Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

Short Stories
This paper examines the short stories "The Monster" by Bertolt Brecht and "Thief" by Robley Wilson, Jr..
# 83994 | 675 words | 2 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in English (Analysis) , Literature (Comparative Literature)


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This paper explains that the short stories "The Monster" by Bertolt Brecht, and "Thief" by Robley Wilson, Jr. are very different in terms of their content, the periods and characters they represent. The author argues, through a focus on characterization and plot, that both stories explore a common theme of stereotypes and mistaken identity. The paper relates that both the characters in each story and the events of each plot reveal how mistaken our interpretations of other human beings often are.

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"The short stories "The Monster" by Bertolt Brecht, and "Thief" by Robley Wilson, Jr., are very different in terms of their content and the periods and characters they represent. However, as this essay argues, through a focus on characterization and plot, both stories explore a common theme of stereotypes and mistaken identity. As is seen, both the characters in each story, and the events of each plot, reveal how mistaken our interpretations of other human beings often are. Bertolt Brecht's "The Monster" is a story told from the perspective of an omniscient narrator of an incident at a Russian film company."

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