CIA II The Man Who Shot the Albatross Name: Class: TYBA Roll number: 226 UID number: Course Code: ENG.6.01 The Romantic movement is often looked upon as a reaction against the Enlightenments focus on the logical in favor of the purely emotional. It was deeply rooted in the Enlightenments focus on reason, and often portrayed love as tormented and unreachable. The best way to describe the Romantic movement is as the rebellious child of the Enlightenment. The Romantic era spanned approximately 1798 to 1832, although many contemporary scholars extend the dates to varying degrees on either end. The movement arose during a time when print culture was continuing its sharp rise. Printed materials were available to a wide audience instead of on a manuscript basis, inspiring writers to delve into ordinary themes and characters. However, this is not to say that the quality of the Romantics writing was less than those preceding them, mundane, or low quality. Rather, it strove to discover the extraordinary in the ordinary. Some major themes of the Romantic movement include the subjectivity of experience, the marriage of pleasure and pain, the location of the infinite or sublime in nature and a corresponding reverence for the natural world, and liminal spaces and states. The typical progression of a Romantic narrative describes the heros journey from a state of innocence to one of sad wisdom, attained through realizations
Chapter I – Two Exciting Days in 1785
London in 1785, 2 years ago when George III was King of England. In the Fleet Street lived a barber. His name was Sweeney Todd. He was tall. He had unusually big hands and feet. He was a good barber. He had only one employee, his name was Tobias Ragg.
Someday, a man came in with a dog for a shave. Todd was afraid of dogs. Todd asked the man, to take the dog outside before he attacked me. The man said that he had a pearl necklace for a woman. Todd said to Tobias, that he had to go to buy a cake. In that time, Todd hid the man into his cupboard. The dog took the hat from his owner and ran away.
After the day, Mr. Oakley needed the help from his daughter, Johanna. She asked his dad, where was mom. He said, she went to the church because it was the 20th of August. Suddenly Johanna cried. She told a history of a man, the man was her sweetheart, Mark Ingestrie.
Chapter II – Missing Customers and a Disappearing Dog
At the lunchtime a shop made open. It was a pie-shop from Miss Lovett, she was a pretty women. There was a long queue, because everybody wanted a pie. Tobias was there and bought one. He went to Todd and in front of the door was the dog. In the barberīs shop, Sweeney held a hat and a walking stick.
Todd said that he hurt Tobias when he says any words about Toddīs business and he went to the police and say that his mom steeled a silver box from Mr. King. Johanna became a letter. She had to go to the Temple Gardens, because there was a man with news about Mark. She went to the Temple Gardens and she came the barber shop over and arrived the Temple Gardens. A man, Mr.
Jeffery, told Johanna the whole story.
Mr. Jeffery and Captain Rathbone disguised as jewelry businessmen to find anything about Mr. Thornhill and the necklace but they .....[read full text]
In afternoon he went to the church and asked him about news. Mr. Willkott and Sir Blunt went the stairs under it and found a door when they opened this, a ghastly smell came out. Tobias sat in his cellar and heard a female voice singing.
The doctor came to the hospital and examined the patients. Tobias said anything about Todd, but the doctor donīt believed it. Mr. Watson kicked stepped Tobias and he has hit him before fury. Tobias noticed that his door not was concluded and went out and decided to flee with his new friend around 9. Tobias climbed it wound high, but his friend remained there because the jacket had torn in 2. He dropped the wall and went to London.