“It’s candy time!” The kids would scream, and off we’d go. At the time, I was a sweaty, brown-eyed five-year-old, the youngest of three sisters, with one goal: to beat my older sisters to the front of the concession stand line. The distance from the bleachers to the licorice and lollipops was equivalent to a one-hundred yard dash. I remember my little legs took off sprinting. I was winning (at least I think I was), running faster than my sisters.
Steinbeck goes into a really detailed description of how Elisa was getting ready and this gives every reader their own little picture or movie of what she is doing. Steinbeck uses this imagery to give the reader a good picture of Elisa breaking out of her “manly work clothes” into something a little nicer. One last great example of imagery used by Steinbeck was when Henry and Elisa were going down the street to head into town. Steinbeck explains, “The little roadster bounced along the dirt road by the river, raising the birds and driving the rabbits into the brush. Two cranes flapped heavily over the willow-line and dropped into the river bed”.
In the poem “Just as the Calendar Began to Say Summer”, Mary Oliver provides two distinct, juxtaposing tones. The first tone Oliver uses is one of childlike freedom. In the beginning stanza of her poem, she describes “[running] out of the schoolhouse fast.” This shows her eagerness to leave, and creates an idea of childlike behavior. She runs “through the gardens and to the woods,” showing her freedom to play in nature. As described in the first line, she is a schoolgirl, and in combination with this quote, provides imagery of a small girl running through the forest.
Through the center, winding from left to right, was a long hill street and down it, spilling into the middle foreground, came the mob carrying baseball bats and torches. They were marching behind a banner in a great united front of screwballs and screw boxes to purify the land. No longer bored, they sang and danced joyously in the red light of the flames. (184) In Tod description the painting we can see how he illustrate Faye Greener, the woman 17-year-old girl that Tod is attracted to but was hurt after he finds out she didn 't have any romantic intentions with him, she was the typical Hollywood female loved the attention and to be admired. he became bitter about the situation and his motivation to paint this picture of the city of Los Angeles burning is to symbolically show the fate of many people that go to Hollywood in the chase of their dream, Tod feels like “Hollywood is a city built on sex and greed and manipulation and every other sin”.
The Crucible: Salem Witch Trials: Rebecca Nurse Close your eyes and picture a lovely old lady, snuggling her grandchildren, baking pies, running around taking her granddaughter to dance recitals and her little, macho man to flag football. Then, each and every night falling down on her knees and praying to our Lord above, to protect those grandbabies of hers and for them to grow in His word. This woman is there for every widow of the community, loving them through their loss. She is at every church benefit and every town meeting. This woman stands on the corner of Main Street each day seeking out someone new to talk to about Jesus Christ, and the salvation he gives to each and every person.
I observed personal distance from Pat in the film. Personal distance is defined as “ one of Edward Halls’ four distance zones, ranging from 18 inches to 4 feet” (Chapter 6, 192). In the film, Pat decided to start his morning runs wearing his hoodie along with a trash bag on it, Tiffany would randomly come out of nowhere yelling “hey!” and join Pat on his runs. Pat seemed very uncomfortable with it and he would reply “ Hey this is my route ok just back off! I like to run by myself !” Tiffany would continue to question Pat and continue to run with him and Pat then decided to run off away from Tiffany.
He then runs outside into the forest, scared they were stolen by something dark! Parris tries to remember a verse, but stop when he hears a familiar song. This was a Barbados song in which he spent some time there before enter ministry. Then he sees all of it, first a girl naked running into a bush screaming, Tituba sings as loud as possibly with her hands raise in front of the fire. Betty his daughter screams at the sight of him and drops to the ground.
Davison walked Tattenham Corner while the King, Queen, and their entourages sat and celebrated unsuspecting of what was to come. As the second race began, she prepared to make history as she climbed over the fences towards 16 oncoming horses and jockeys. Carrying a banner bearing the suffragette colors of purple, green and white, Davison rushed onto the track to remind “the king of his government’s callous injustice to women” (Atkinson 39). The collision of Davison, Anmer, and Jones left herself seriously injured, Jones with injuries minimal enough so that he could refuse a trip to the hospital, and the horse unharmed. Davison was taken unconscious to Epson Cottage hospital for her injures while Jones insisted he did not need to go and through he had a concussion and an arm in a sling, he and Anmer were celebrated as they walked back into the
For example, in the poem it said “For when she heard the explosion/ Her eyes grew wet and wild/ She raced through the streets of Birmingham/ Calling for her child.”(Randall 25-28) This is an example of a sudden change of events, because in the poem, Mother had been smiling at the fact that her daughter was going to the church. But, then the explosion went off and as she ran through the streets “calling for her child” (Randall 28) she knew that things had gone horribly wrong. One second she is happily sending her child off to the church, the next she is running through the streets looking for her child because of the explosion from the church. In the memoir, it says “‘Take a good look, woman,’said the policeman with a sarcastic voice.‘I doubt you’ll ever see it again’ He motioned the driver to move on while he walked alongside.” (Siegal 152) This is an example of things going downhill, because Piri and her family lost their home in a matter of seconds to the Germans. The Davidovitz family had been living regularly to the best of their abilities, and then out of the blue the German police came and took them away to the
A little Israeli girl plays on a playground at her elementary school on a nice April afternoon in Sderot, a city near the Gaza strip. (Add Picture) She plays freeze tag with all her friends, climbs on the monkey bars, and enjoys the life of an elementary student. They laugh with each other and tell jokes, until they hear an air raid siren go off, indicating rockets have been launched from the Gaza strip. The girl, her friends, and her teachers sprint to the nearest bomb shelters. The Iron Dome, an anti-missile system that protects Israel from rockets, is activated and shoots down the rocket from Gaza.