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“Perfume: The Story of A Murderer” Essay

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An essay explaining how Patrick Süskind used literary techniques in “Perfume: The Story of A Murderer” to portray a complex character that can both intrigue and disgust us as readers.

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Literature Speculative fiction Film Grasse Olfaction Perfume GRENOUILLE Simile Cantal Jean-Baptist Grenouille Patrick Suskind
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Literature Speculative fiction Film Grasse Olfaction Perfume GRENOUILLE Simile Cantal Jean-Baptist Grenouille Patrick Suskind
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700-800 words In the novel, “Perfume: The Story of A Murderer” Patrick Süskind used strong literary techniques to define the complex character of Jean-Baptist Grenouille. Amongst his literary tools Suskind used metaphors, similes and the art of imagery to describe the mad man Grenouille as he lived in the desolate French volcano the Plomb Du Cantal. These techniques inspire intrigue in the reader as they paint a picture of the fascinatingly warped mind of this grotesque character that sees himself as a God. Suskind also uses his literary skills to create a feeling of disgust and highlight the worst qualities of Grenouille. By his skilful use of powerful language, Patrick Suskind created a character that both draws the reader in to his story and then re...
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