This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

Analysis And Summary Of Thoroughbred

577 words - 3 pages

Thoroughbred

Summary ;

The summary of the plot of the story is there is a girl named Melanie who is working on a thoroughbred farm with horses ‘colts ‘. She has her ex boyfriend Kevin who has offered to help her out with training them . Although she has her boyfriend Jazz who is working pretty far away . Melanie starts catching some old feelings for her ex Kevin . Things start coming back as they work more and more together with these horses .

Tell the story ;

This story starts with Melanie starting her job working on the farm with the thoroughbred colt and training with them as she runs into Kevin who works with her . Kevin is the boy that Melanie had dated in high school and now they are good friend . Melanie now lives with her aunt and uncle who live on the thoroughbred farm which is owned by Kevin’s sister Cindy . Kevin and Melanie are both training the colt for the races . Melanie’s boyfriend Jazz was trying to sell the colt to earn some money because he was having financial problems . Now Melanie is trying to turn that all around and race the horses to earn money so they won’t go bankrupy .

Kevin was giving Melanie the idea to race the colt in one of the cups to earn the money instead of Jazz selling the colt . Now since Jazz is far away and the haven’t talked Kevin and Melanie are starting to get closer and closer the more they work together . All Melanie is thinking Jazz wants to do is sell the colt and get the money for it but Melanie is just devastated because she thinks there is more to do instead of selling the colt and getting the money . The more Jazz is away the closer Melanie and Kevin are getting .

Titile ;

The significance of the title ...

Find Another Essay On Analysis and Summary of Thoroughbred

Summary and Analysis of The Clerk's Tale

1592 words - 6 pages Summary and Analysis of The Clerk's Tale (The Canterbury Tales) Prologue to the Clerk's Tale: The Host remarks that the Clerk of Oxford sits quietly, and tells him to be more cheerful. The Host asks the Clerk to tell a merry tale of adventure and not a moralistic sermon. The Clerk agrees to tell a story that he learned from a clerk at Padua, Francis Petrarch. He then praises the renowned Petrarch for his sweet rhetoric and poetry. The

Summary and Analysis of The Nun's Priest's Tale

743 words - 3 pages Summary and Analysis of The Nun's Priest's Tale (The Canterbury Tales) Prologue to the Nun's Priest's Tale: The Knight interrupts the Monk's Tale, for as a man who has reached a certain estate, he does not like to hear tales of a man's fall from grace. He would rather hear of men who rise in esteem and status. The Host refuses to allow the Monk to continue, instead telling the Nun's Priest to tell his tale. The Nun's Priest's Tale

An Analysis and Summary of Everyman, Characters in Everyman

1145 words - 5 pages An Analysis and Summary of EverymanEveryman is an English morality play but the author is anonymous. The play was written in the 15th century and it is thought to be derived from a Dutch play with the same theme. While the author is unknown, it is believed to be written by a priest. The reason is that the play has a religious content and morale message.Everyman is the story of a man who suddenly faces with God. There are many characters in the

The Country Wife - Summary And Analysis Of The Plot

1189 words - 5 pages Summary and Analysis of the plot William Whycherly's The County Wife is a hilarious comedy about men and women in love and marriage. In the midst of a continual banter of sexual innuendo there lies, cynical commentary and misogonistic attitude's upon women, love and what is socially accepted."˜Mistresses are like books. If you pore upon them too much, they doze you and make you unfit for company, but only for a night and away, to taste the

Analysis and Summary of The Giver by Lois Lowry

773 words - 4 pages THE GIVER Plot Summary The story is about a boy named Jonas. Jonas lives in a community where everything is perfect, everything is the same and no one is allowed to brake the rules imposed by the Elders. The Elders are in charge of creating all the rules and basically ruled everyone’s lives. Jonas lives with his parents and one sister. His parents were allowed to have only two children, a boy and a girl. It was one of the many community

My Antonia - Summary And Analysis Chapter XIV

729 words - 3 pages image only lasts for a moment as the sun continues to set. Analysis: In the previous chapter Jim dedicates his commencement speech to Ántonia's father and calls the hug she gives him the most poignant moment in his life. In this chapter, he learns the story of the marriage of Ántonia's parents and promises to go visit her native village. In all these ways, Jim is becoming a part of the Shimerda family history and sharing Ántonia's past with her

A Summary and Analysis of the Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas

2240 words - 9 pages and his enemies. One proof is that Louis XVIII is on the throne. Finally, the houses in Paris are an example of the time period of the novel. Setting is where the story takes place, when it takes place, and how the characters act towards each other. The setting contributes to the understanding of the themes and concerns of the work because it shows that revenge is sometimes sweet. Plot Summary: The exposition of the story begins in Marseilles

Critical analysis of "Montana 1948" by Larry Watson. Includes plot summary, themes, major and minor characters, conflicts and more

679 words - 3 pages Montana 1948- Title: Montana 1948 ; Genre- American West Fiction- Author: Larry Watson; Birth - 1948. Still living- Publication Date: 1993- Plot Summary: David Hayden lives in a small town called Bentrock, Montana. The Haydens is a powerful family of Mercer County, including members such as the local sheriff and a war hero. The summer of 1948 is a turning point in David's life forever changes his point of view on everything he's ever known

Strategic Analysis of Jet Blue Airlines: Executive Summary, Financial, Internal and External Industries, Competitors, Substitutes, and Stategies

7722 words - 31 pages Strategic Analysis of Jet Blue AirlinesExecutive SummaryJetBlue is a company built on a focus strategy of low-priced, no-hassle ticketing and refreshingly efficient customer service. The company began with the goal to eliminate many of the complexities and asininities of commercial air travel and set a new standard for customer service. Thus far the company has flown beyond these goals and everyone's expectations while returning a handsome

Analysis and Summary of Flight

894 words - 4 pages does that, a police car pulls up besides him and one of the officers named “Dave” recognized Zits. so he told Zits to come in the car and to go down to the station with him. But instead of obeying the officer he punches Dave in the face and started running, but it didn't take officer Dave to long to catch him, so dave put Zits in a cell.while in there he meets a kid whos 2 years older than Zits named Justice.” My first real friend”, Zits

Summary of Wealth, Authority and Power

1240 words - 5 pages Summary of Wealth, Authority and Power During the 17th century there were very few African American slaves found in the southern colonies, in fact they were originally treated as indentured servants. If a black indentured servant were converted to Christianity they could be free. However, a new set of laws took away that right and stated any african american would be a servant. The African Americans weren't the only ones treated badly in the

Similar Essays

Summary And Analysis Of The Friar's Tale

990 words - 4 pages Summary and Analysis of The Friar's Tale (The Canterbury Tales) Prologue to the Friar's Tale: The Friar commends the Wife of Bath for her tale, and then says that he will tell a tale about a summoner. He does not wish to offend the Summoner who travels with them, but insists that summoners are known for lewd behavior. The Summoner does not take offense, but does indicate that he will repay the Friar in turn. The job of the Summoner to

Summary And Analysis Of The Franklin's Tale

1170 words - 5 pages Summary and Analysis of The Franklin's Tale (The Canterbury Tales) Prologue to the Franklin's Tale: The Franklin praises the Squire for his eloquence, considering his youth. He tells the Squire that he has no peer among the company and that he wishes that his own son were as commendable as the Squire. The Host suggests that the Franklin tell the next tale. The Franklin begins by apologizing in advance for his rough speech and lack of

Summary And Analysis Of The Merchant's Tale

1741 words - 7 pages Summary and Analysis of The Merchant's Tale (The Canterbury Tales) Prologue to the Merchant's Tale: The merchant claims that he knows nothing of long-suffering wives. Rather, if his wife were to marry the devil, she would overmatch even him. The Merchant claims that there is a great difference between Griselde's exceptional obedience and his wife's more common cruelty. The Merchant has been married two months and has loathed every minute

Summary And Analysis Of The Knight's Tale

2295 words - 9 pages Summary and Analysis of The Knight's Tale The Knight's Tale, Part I: The Knight begins his tale with the story of a prince named Theseus who married Hippolyta, the queen of Scythia, and brought her and her sister, Emelye, back to Athens with him after conquering her kingdom of Amazons. When Theseus returned home victorious, he became aware that there was a company of women clad in black who knelt at the side of the highway, shrieking. The