This movie will be fun because Madea have always had a background for making funny movies. The movie will be fun because it shows in the commercial Madea is afraid, and that's a instinct she usually doesn't have in movies. Then it shows that Madea hitting a clown,
Authors typically use situational irony to establish a surprising twist on the reader. Guy de Maupassant does this in his short story, “The Necklace.” But unlike O. Henry, Guy de Maupassant uses pity to catch the reader's attention. In both short stories, “The Necklace” and “The Ransom of Red Chief,” the authors use situational irony to impact the reader beyond the element of surprise. O. Henry makes “The Ransom of Red Chief” humorous when he uses situational irony to describe how Johnny feels when he is kidnapped. Johnny likes it when he is kidnapped.
O’Connor’s “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” takes a different approach in a good story by introducing a slew of crazy irony. All the irony gives the piece a vast dynamic in characters and themes. The first irony found in this story is the whole idea of the “Good Man”. The Grandma throughout many different scenarios in the story skewed the definition of a “Good Man” by using it until it became meaningless. She used it to describe Red Sammy after he let two people screw him over by letting them charge their gasoline.
In their message about processed meats: flavor is spelled wrong. Here Huppke excites, “WHO THE HELL SPELLS ‘FLAVOR’ WITH A ‘U’?” Sure, this is a stupid mistake, but it’s such a small mistake. Huppke is making fun of Americans because they would use this as an excuse to say, “well the organization is obviously not trustable.” He presents that Americans tend to find excuses, small or big, to keep them from accepting the truth. Which in this case is that processed meat, specifically bacon, is harmful for our human
“Fire represents destruction, of books, of people, of society.” (Lorcher) Burning Bright represents violence, death, ignorance yet also warmth, and love. (Weebly) “The standard use of fire to warm and heat had been replaced to be used for destruction and entertainment in this society” (DeReign) Montag’s understanding of fire and burning as destruction is completely reversed by the end of the book by warmth and renewal. (DeReign) “The resurrection symbolism of fire is personified by the phoenix and salamander. The linked concept of purging evil by fire led to the cruelest atrocities.” (Tresidder) “The house fell in red coals and black ash. It bedded itself down in sleepy pink-grey cinders and a smoke plume blew over it, rising and waving slowly back and forth in the sky.
The humoristic tone also becomes a bit more frequent within these stanzas as he provides the self-deprecating name of the stickball team, being “‘the new york junkies’”, a play on words of the name New York Yankees. This serves as an example in which he idolizes the normally unideal aspects of a community, as the team embraces the association they have with being drug users and make a joke of it in order to make it their own. Also, seeing the gang fights as a source of entertainment shows how he is normalizing this way of life that would be out of
David Foster Wallace once said: “The great thing about irony is that it splits things apart, gets up above them so we can see the flaws and hypocrisies and duplicates.” Situational irony catches the reader by surprise with different types of emotions. Also, it creates an unexpected twist. It shocks its audience but still leaves them wondering. For instance, O. Henry, the author of “The Ransom of Red Chief,” provides humor in order to create irony to mess with the reader’s emotions. While Guy de Maupassant creates an emotional roller coaster in “The Necklace” by using whimsical actions and sympathy.
Out of all the genre of writing, Satire is the one that speaks the most to people because it is humorous. Satire is making fun of some aspect of culture, society or human nature, human voice through the use of ridicule, mockery, irony, humor, or other methods to hopefully improve it or inspire some sort change. Satire often uses laughter as a weapon against something that exists outside the world itself. One of the most leading satire website that we have today is The Onion. One of the leading articles that the Onion had published is the best example of satire.
“The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing”. A prophetic quote from Albert Einstein that truly reflects the vices of our nature. Our foolish tendencies to be distracted with trivialities whilst our society is being crippled from the behind is evident through the conventions of satire. This is because satire exposes the flaw within this mindset, we as complacent members of society are willing to accept. This flawed mindset can be especially conveyed through Clay Butler’s cartoon “Criminal Wisdom”.
Past Martin was a really rowdy boy. He liked to pull pranks on people and also liked to boast about his popularity. This is demonstrated when he pranked the officer. “Just trying to help, Officer”. The comma in between the words ‘help’ and ‘officer’ transmits the audience a pause; therefore that implies that Martin is being sarcastic in the way that he does not consider the officer a member of authority so he shows disrespect towards him.
I always get a bit nervous on the drive to NYC, not only from the thought of driving in city traffic, but there’s always the small chance I’ll get arrested. New York body painter Andy Golub is a huge advocate for performance art and body acceptance, but I like body painting just for the thrill of it. It’s only legal through a tiny loophole in New York state law. There’s nothing more terrifying than stripping naked in the middle of Times Square. The empowerment of actually doing it however is absolutely intoxicating.