This is all from “Growing Up” written by Gary Soto. The overall idea is love, the opinion that one may have is that one should always have love for someone to be happy and the 3 literary elements that may support one’s topic and opinion is symbols, setting, and characterization. First, symbols in “Growing Up” written by Gary Soto supports the theme that one shouldn’t take anger out on the people they love because something could happen at any time and they will regret what they said. The symbol “garden hose” shows that Maria is upset with her father for not wanting her to stay home. She takes anger out on her father, but she realizes after they leave there has been a horrible accident and so she starts to regret not saying goodbye to her father.
You have to know yourself where you come from who you stand for, because if you 're not yourself you wouldn 't be living your life. Be yourself, let your light take you far in life don’t let people judge because of how they look. The poem Amen by James Baldwin if you don’t feel death you know where you going when you die, death is going because you 're still living praising the Lord praises God while on earth getting and having a closer and closer relationship feeling God 's presence being with God for eternal life there would be that secret knowledge would be seeing the Lord it would be the most beautiful and best thing in the world.
“Keep your heart open to dreams for as long as there’s a dream, there is hope and as long as there is hope there is joy in life.”In the novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, and in the documentary War Dance , the characters face hard times throughout their lives. They get through their hard times with Dreams that they have because as long as they have dreams that push them to strive for more and bring hope and joy to their life.
To See The Sun “All Summer In A Day” is a science fictional short story by Ray Bradbury about a young girl whom shows a strong affection for the sun. The young girl hopes to see the sun, for the scientists predict the sun will come out that day. In the beginning, Margot, the young girl, shows sadness whilst staring out into a window, she really misses the sun and she’s considered different. Soon, Margot tells the other children about the prediction of the sun that day. The children commit something terrible and Margot doesn’t get to see the sun.
In Night, even after Elie’s loss of faith, innocence, and family, he never gives up. In the end, he is drastically changed from his experiences but he has hope in his future because he manages to carry on. Ultimately in The Alchemist, Santiago learns that change is necessary for success and that he must overcome his own fears. In addition, he learns that his heart and soul are just little pieces of the Soul of the World. Both of these books convey the message that hope provides a person the strength and the will to
The green light represents gatsby 's hopes and dreams that in the future he will be with the love of his life daisy she is the one who motivates him to live. The light represents him and his goals if he reaches his goals that light will seem closer to him in his mind he believe that light brings a special connection. If he reaches he believe that daisy will be with him and that nothing will stop them from being together. His love for daisy is unconditional he won 't stop he will get thru anything anyone to get daisy to love him he will do anything for her. Gatsby won 't stop from reaching his goals that light reminds him all time time and that light is like a source of power that makes him keep going and not stopping if daisy loves gatsby and stays with him that dream will be realized and truly accomplished and the light he always reaches for will have the purpose he will
On the prairie Jim and Antonia’s friendship is uncomplicated and filled with innocence. Both don’t realise their contrasting ethnic background and social class, and the worries of gender, social problems, and work does not burden their spirits like it does the adults. This ignorance shows the reader the amount of innocence the characters have during their childhood years. “Yet the summer which was to change everything was coming nearer every day… and they have to grow up, whether they will or
Allow this writer to recite a little parable/ poem written by this writer, You can chuckle if you like, but always take heed; Without Sin You know living life without sin, Is kind of like pissing against the wind. There really is no way for a mere mortal to win, Than to go through life totally without sin. Now some of you might grin, And some even pretend, But the fact of the matter is, We all know what waits for us at the end. So
At this point I was full on crying because I knew there wasn't a good chance that my brother's name would be called and thankfully, he called out, PJ Doherty, and I went berserk, it was the proudest and happiest moment of my life, I still get chills to this day. The thing that I love most about camp is that nothing ever changes. Of course each summer, new nine-year-olds would arrive but the principles of honor, respect and hope would live on,
For Whitman, the material life, though alluring, is short-lived. It is merely a transit camp where the spiritual searcher equips himself for encountering hazards and obstacles of the subsequent spiritual journey. Whitman urges the divine lover in “Song of the Open Road” to delink himself from the pleasures and temptations of earthly life and opt for the road not takenfor enjoying the peace and bliss of heavenly life: “Be not discouraged, keep on, there are divine things well enveloped, I swear to you there are divine things more beautiful than words can