How Genre and Historical Background Affecting the Couple's Relationship in Hawthorne's "The Minister's Black Veil" and Carver's "What We Talk about"

In Hawthorne's "The Minister's Black Veil" (1836) and Carver's "What We Talk about When We Talk About Love" (1981), both writers implement their genre and style of writing on how the couple in their short fictions interacting and treating their love relationship. Moreover, it makes the couples in these two different stories having very different characteristics toward his/her own partner caused by two factors: the different genre and style of these two writers, and the different cultural-historical background.

TWO HEADER GOALS MAKES BALI UNITED WIN OVER PSIS SEMARANG

Bali United manage to get a 2-0 victory over the guest team, PSIS Semarang in Go-Jek Liga 1 2018 at Kapten I Wayan Dipta Stadium, Gianyar on Saturday (4/8) evening. The two goals were scored by Fadil Sausu and Melvin Platje. In the first half, Serdadu Tridatu got some real challenges from PSIS players. But, a number of chances still can be created by the players of Bali United including Spaso's chance in the second minute but his kick was still out of the target.

LATEST UPDATE! MELVIN PLATJE HAS ARRIVED IN BALI FOR MEDICAL TEST

Before the first round of Go-Jek Liga 1 2018 ended, the management of Bali United made some quick decision on recruiting players. It's proved by the arrival of the Netherland player, Melvin Platje in Bali on Monday (25/6), yesterday. However, Melvin Platje's present in the Goddess Island doesn't mean that he has officially become the player of the Serdadu Tridatu. Melvin Platje first will pass some medical tests before he could officially become the player of Bali United. "It's true that Melvi

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