In Lord Byron's poem, "The Vision of Judgment," Satan ascends from hell to prosecute the newly deceased George III and claim George's soul. After a farce of a trial, George slips into heaven where . . . .
Eudora Welty's short story "A Worn Path" effectively demonstrates the importance of the author's point of view in creating a sense of narrative tension and suspense in unfolding a tale. The story . . . .