Literary Analysis: The Facts In The Case Of M. Valdemar (Article Critique Sample)
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Literary Analysis of Edgar Allan Poe’s
THE FACTS IN THE CASE OF M. VALDEMAR
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April 19, 2017
Edgar Allan Poe’s The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar is perhaps one of the greatest tales written that utilized the technique of realism. This feat is very evident because by the time that it was published, people did believe that the story was a real-life account of how death can be ‘delayed’, despite the fact that it was inevitable. In this article, the main focus of the authors would be to describe the elements of realism that made this tale a very convincing one. More particularly, the author believe that these elements are (1) the specificity of the facts and information as laid out in the book and (3) the vividness of the P’s description in the story.
In terms of its specificity, it is undeniable that the narrator’s (P) description of his patient and procedures provide specific details that are similar to what standard medical procedures do. Perhaps, this specificity is the most unique feature of this tale, that did not exist (or rarely existed) in any other tales during those times. Couple this with the mysterious author of the article and the result would be an essay that is deeply characterized by a realistic essence, which in turn, forces its readers to believe in the tale.
As early as the beginning of the story, this characteristic of specificity could already be seen as the author P., describes his patient “M. Valdemar, who has resided principally at Harlem, N.Y., since the ...
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