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If I land my fist on you" ( 19-20). Finally, the use of irony is embedded throughout the poem. The title of the poem, “Ballad of the Landlord” suggests that the poem will be told from the landlords point of view. We would envision the poem will be the woes of the landlord to glorify himself. It is ironic that the poems narrator is the tenant.
Bossy Best Friend wants Little Girl to play games a certain way, ask her specific questions and behave in a manner she deems appropriate. The two quarrel over reading, ultra-violet rays and watering tomato plants. When Bossy Best Friend leaves, Little Girl meets Tomato Plant Girl and at first tries to change who she is. Soon Little Girl realizes that there is no point in that pursuit and instead chooses to accept not only who Tomato Plant Girl is but also herself. The two become friends and anger Bossy Best Friend when she returns hoping to continue with how she treats Little Girl.
One example of this is when he stated ¨ Oh, of course it is! she cried sitting down on the sofa.¨ This helps create the tension between Billy and the old woman when she continuously forgets his name. Another good example of this craft move was when he wrote “Such charming boys a voice said behind him answered.”
“She then plants [the twig] on her mother’s grave and waters it with her tears” (5). The tree is the actual “fairy godmother” that grants Aschenputtel’s wishes. Nevermind mice, Aschenputtel has an army of birds by her side. Not only did the birds help her with her chores, but they also sealed the fate of Aschenputtel’s two stepsisters in a more gruesome way. The stepsisters tried to make the tiny gold slipper fit with “one cut[ting] off her big toe, [and] the other a bit of her heel” (5) which left the shoe “filled with blood” (5).
Stephen Crane’s “Blue Hotel” and Willa Cather’s “Neighbor Rosicky” are two complex stories that seem different from one another on the surface, but end up having deep similarities. By using analyzation techniques, this reading will further discuss the values of life and death, nature, and relationships that are present within both stories. Crane’s “Blue Hotel” takes place in an unsightly, yet alluring building called the Palace Hotel. As the owner tries to console a frightened guest, who is known as the Swede, the five men become guilty and irritated with one another as the night goes on. Cather’s “Neighbor Rosicky” surrounds Anton Rosicky’s content and generous view on life, and how he has selflessly loved and cared for many people since he was a young boy.
Olmsted loved the naturalistic English landscape design. Additionally, Olmsted took walking tours of towns and witnessed the horrific living conditions of the working class. This inspired him to design parks and spaces accessible
Lottie’s flowers were also a symbol of beauty to all of the ugliness around her it helped her believe that there was hope and even though everything was ugly around them something could be beautiful. But at the time Elizabeth could not see that she didn't understand the meaning until it was too late and they had been destroyed. On page 223-24 lines 362-54 she was telling us the meaning of the flowers and how she now knew why Ms. Lottie kept them in her yard against all of the ugliness. In the story the author what the author said about the marigolds she destroyed and what they meant to Ms. Lottie. The author said,” Whatever verve was left in her, whatever was of love and beauty and joy that had not been squeezed out by life, had been there in the marigolds she had so tenderly cared for.”
This shows us that Cadence is imagining Gat giving her these flowers. Cadence seeing these flowers symbolizes her love for Gat. This is why Cadence gets mad when she sees Gat sending dried roses to another girl. When Cadence sees these dried beach roses on the tire swing, we can see that she still loves Gat, even though he is dead.
This is apparent by how she joked with Charlotte about her death many times. “‘I’ll plant some [red roses] on your grave,’ I said amiably.” (Jackson 6). The verbal irony of how she was really sending all the letters that she should enjoy herself, all the while Anne was telling her it was wrong to poison herself. Another example is when Anne is wishing she could sleep until June.
Takaki mentions the creation of our nation and how “American has been defined as white”. When the authors talks about “different mirror” he is talking about our nation, America. We all come from different backgrounds and different cultures and he wants the audience to know that our county was settled by “the people of all nations”. And it doesn 't matter where you came from, we all came together to form this nation. America was built on the diversity of people coming from all over the world, making it the best country in the world.
Uglies by Scott Westerfield is a dystopia in which Westerfield tries to bring attention to the major issues in our society today. One is our fixation on perfection in appearance that could lead to the loss of individuality, the second being our ignorance towards science and the harmful effects we have on the world. Societies beauty standards and obsession with perfection must change or we will all lose our identity and uniqueness. In this scene, Tally and Shay are at the Ruins and Shay explains to Tally how their society is brainwashing everyone into believing a certain beauty standard, since there is nothing natural about what they perceive as beautiful.