* This essay should be approximately 700 words long (no shorter than 700 words, no longer than 800 words).
Essay Topic:Write an essay on "Death by Silver" which answers one of the following questions:
_ How does Julian Lynes` position on unjust practices contrast with that of Ned Mathey? (Note: their different approaches to solving a mystery are crucial to the plot.) Explain.
_ Is the practise of "metaphysics" in this novel parallel to any real-life activity? Explain.
_ How does the setting (London in the late nineteenth century) contribute to the development of a romantic relationship? Explain.
Name Course Instructor Date Death by Silver The setting of Death by Silver in 19th century London is a mystery fiction mainly focusing on the lives of Mathey a metaphysicist and Lynes a detective. In the Victorian age, London was expanding and in navigating the new locations, the writers then explore a utopian image of the emerging role of London as the heartbeat of England. The choice of London as the setting for the story is revealing as Scott and Griswold seek to explore the world of metaphysics and gay relations in the Victorian age, in the city even when homosexuals were punished by law for going against the norms of decency and morality. The setting of Death by silver, in the city of London during the late nineteenth cen