After a while we heard some shots fired. Those shots killed eleven men! three of them were dead slowly. A lot of people were running away! “We should go from here right now! Or we are going to die.” I said. “Let’s go!” One of my friends said. We ran away from the crowd. I saw a lot of blood covering the ground and mothers are crying and children are running away too. I left my friends and went to my house. “Mom! are you okay?” I said. “No. I’m not okay! What was going on in King Street? My mom said crying. “A lot of people were shoting and throwing things at each other. But we should leave from here!” I said. “Why? What if we don’t leave? I can’t leave this house! Remember this is our house!” My mom said. “Mom! if
The theme of this book is to never give up on hope. Hope is what everybody should believe in and have because hope occurred in the past and will be there in the future. The author uses a lot of imagery, symbol, and builds a connection with the readers.
“‘Foward! March.’ My father was crying. It was the first time I saw him cry. I had never thought it was possible” (Weisel 19).
War is a harsh reality that is inflicted upon the unwilling through the “need” of it’s predecessors and those whom wish it. All Quiet on The Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque is about 19 year old Paul and his friends in the “Second Company”. Even though they are just out of school age, they have already seen things that many could not bear to even think about. Eventually, all of his friends die, and even Paul too, dies. Remarque uses diction and syntax as literary devices to express his anti-war theme, or lesson.
This quote shows that even in this time where they live in a life where they are being manipulated, Winston is still living in a time where he is experiencing hatred, but still maintains what keeps him normal or humane, which keeps him separated from everyone else. This hate is showing that people still have hate for each other and still want to kill each other but it also shows the true human he is by helping her when she was threatened. (82 words)
“You remember what you want to forget and you forget what you want to remember,” (McCarthy 12). With most aspects of life, the horrendous moments are the times that no one can erase. This applied to The Road by Cormac McCarthy. Towards the end of the novel when the son loses his father proves to be the most indelible moment with the assistance of the feelings experienced during that part. The son encounters a variety of emotions including loneliness, loss and hope. In enduring these complex emotions, this section was the most remarkable part.
The two themes are control and technology. The reason control fits the book is it’s about a government confining the people. Technology is one of the main themes in they this book because when this novel was written it was set in the future. Also in the book, Big Brother uses crazy technology to always know and keep track of what his party members are doing.
In the book Fahrenheit 451 firemen burn houses instead of putting fires out ,and the author Rad Bradbury includes how technology is “Taking over the Economy”. Firemen are the policemen of the future world ,and some humans have made mistakes by hiding books. The author reveals throughout the novel how montag goes through transformation and how he changes.
The present study intends to provide a profile of Adolf Hitler’s personality and presence psychological disorders such as antisocial personality disorder and Narcissistic personality disorder in it.
Every so often people express a desire to be left alone and not bothered, except in fact people do need to be bothered. If no one in the world was bothered then it would be all about security and happiness, and then no one would know how to do the things they know how to do in today 's world.
1. “For nearly an hour, she remained...till Papa came home and played the accordion. Only then did she sit up and start to recover.” - Liesel finds comfort and safety in her foster father. She trusts him and is happy when around him; two important aspects of any relationship, especially a family relationship.
1)In the beginning of the chapter, the narrator couldn 't help feeling scared and curious. After some time more people are appearing near the pit again.
In this story something special happen Winston met the girl of his dreams. He fell in love with her at first sight and there was no going back because they both loved each other. Winston could not believe it would happen to him because he wasn’t the greatest guy out there. Everything was good and he was living his life with girl of his dreams name Julia. He didn’t think of any fear or doubt that they would stay
Jeffrey curses under his breath. That was close. Too close. We saw the light a millisecond before it saw us. We ducked down into the brush as fast as humanly possible, and even though I can feel the yucca digging into my leg with its razor sharp points, I don’t care. We escaped. It was an extremely narrow escape, but all the same, we made it.
The extent that economic hardship contributed to the rise to power of Hitler should not be underestimated. However, Adolf Hitler’s rise to power was based upon various factors that certainly included the backdrop of economic hardship. The complex relationship between these factors is as important to analyse as the elements of economic hardship. The energy and organisation of Hitler and the Nazis is just as important as the effect of the Treaty of Versailles, the weaknesses of the Weimar Republic (in which Hitler exploited at every turn) and finally, Hitler’s greatest opportunity, the Great Depression.