Fantasy essays

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The Souls series was FromSoftware’s biggest commercial successes dating back to the release of Demon Souls in early 2009, upon its release it was a massive success prompting the release of another three titles under a similar name, on of the being Dark Souls(FromSoftware, 2011). Whilst Demon Souls was a success Dark Souls is what really brought the series into the limelight and cemented it as one of the cult classic difficult games. However to the average player the Dark...
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Background: The rise in popularity of fantasy and historical genres in film and television such as Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings and Handmaid's Tale while performing well with audiences and popular culture have continually portrayed women in ways that perpetuate gender norms and stereotypes. Historical fantasy's use of female subordinance or the portrayal of sexual dominance is often looked over or accepted by the masses, as the basis of its inspiration gained from the real European Middle Ages...
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Sabriel is another text which was influential to my story writing. Garth Nix entranced me with his storytelling and showed me exactly what an engaging fantasy story is made of. This was an immense stimulus in my writing style for Who was she? with both genres being fantasy, and a mutual target audience of young adult. The monsters within Garth Nix’s work have a very unusual style; he utilises the undead without creating zombies and describes them in a way...
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J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" series is not only beloved for its magical world-building and compelling characters but also for its clever use of verbal irony throughout the narrative. Verbal irony, characterized by a contrast between what is said and what is meant, adds depth and complexity to the storylines, often serving to highlight themes, character development, and plot twists. In this essay, we will analyze the instances of verbal irony in the "Harry Potter" series and explore their significance in...
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I read 'The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan, a mix of Fantasy, Young adult, and Greek mythology. This book is set in the 21st century and is about a kid named Percy Jackson son of Poseidon – the lord of the ocean. After he and his companion, Grover the satyr, arrive at Camp Half-Blood, he is sent on a mission to restore the divine force of the sky Zeus' lord jolt. This book is likely probably the best book I...
3 Pages 1202 Words
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