In Ally Condie’s novel, Matched, Cassia Reyes has to make a decision that will change her life forever. Society chooses; where you work, who you love and when you die. Cassia has always trusted these choices. When she gets matched with her best friend, Xander, it seems perfect. But when looking on her microchip about her match, a different face appears, Ky Markham.
The most critical element of youthful Catherine and Hareton 's adoration story is that it includes development and change. Ahead of schedule in the novel Hareton appears to be irredeemably severe, savage, and ignorant, however over the long haul he turns into an unwavering companion to youthful Catherine and figures out how to peruse. At the point when youthful Catherine initially meets Hareton he appears to be totally outsider to her reality, yet her demeanor likewise advances from scorn to love. Catherine and Heathcliff 's affection, then again, is established in their adolescence and is stamped by the refusal to change. In deciding to wed Edgar, Catherine looks for a more polished life, yet she declines to adjust to her part as wife, either by yielding Heathcliff or grasping Edgar.
A symbolic meaning refers to expressing or representing an idea without using words, and the overall appearance of an elephant through the story does just that. In Sara Gruen’s Water for Elephants, the correlation between both Jacob and the elephant gives the novel from beginning to end a deep sense of symbolism. As the book progresses both characters adapt to their new life, at first the circus seems like a exciting place, but there is hard work that has to be accomplished. “The story is bold; the life of the circus thrills and scares you. It may seem all sequins and charm on the top but underneath there is something darker…” explained in an article by “The Guardian”.
She is being easily swayed by the man who is making her think that the baby is “the only thing that is bothering [them and] it’s the only thing that’s made [them] unhappy” (212). The “love” she has for him seems real to her at first, but soon she realizes it is not even true because she does not really mean anything to him and the baby she is carrying does not make him happy at all since he is going through so much just to get rid of it. She is presented with this realization when she says, “but if I do it, then it will be nice again if I say things are like white elephants, and you’ll like it” and to that he replies, “I’ll love it. I love it now but I just can’t think about it. You know how I get when I worry” (213).
Furthermore, white elephants is also known to be a symbol of ‘an unwanted (expensive) gift that one has no use for’. After the girl has remarked the hills, the couple starts chatting about alcohol. As the conversation progresses the girl becomes more independent and by the end she is seems quite sure she wants the baby. This makes her a very dynamic character as opposed to the man who cannot realise that thing has changed, and they no more can have the whole
Tiffany described how she came up with the idea and demonstrated how to use it. After passing out prototypes, Kevin O’Leary quickly stated his concern of how the child might realize Ava the Elephant gives ill tasting medicine and it would no longer work. Tiffany defend her idea by explaining how children are not afraid of ill tasting medicine, but rather the process and that Ava the Elephant congratulates the child after they take it which brings a smile to the child’s face. Tiffany then mentioned how she did not have a patent, but that is what she was seeking the money for along with a working prototype and that no one had patented something
Often times through parenthood, a parent will go through difficult situations relating to raising a child, that the parent will have to make tough decisions that may against normal parenting. In “Bedecked”, Redel takes us through the observations of her son going through different phases at a young age, where his gender role is questioned. Redel depicts two kinds of parents within the poem. One parent who is more embracing to her son’s femininity, and a parent who should not accept or allow such behavior in her son. The caring parent, who would rather her son “...love the glitter” than only be considered a boy by a parent when he plays with “a truck with a remote that revs, / battery slamming into corners or Hot Wheels loop-de-looping / off tracks into the tub”(Redel lines 7-10).
Love is a myth, I don’t believe in love as it gives us hope and that hope will destroy our life. In the story Eveline written by James Joyce it portrays love as an illusion and an opportunity to escape from her troubled life, the story also represents the symbol of epiphany as Eveline realized that she must leave with Frank to create a fresh start for her life but she realize that going with Frank can also drown her new life. Human emotions and responsibility also are being pointed out in the story; she did not go with Frank because of her own promise to her mother and also the memories of happiness that she got from her family. This creates a circle of indecision that relate with how people are still stuck with responsibility and memories from the past that will affect their future decision, most of the time in real life situation the path to escape created by love usually overcome our rational minds but in the story Eveline prevail. The story
In the beginning of the story, the girl take the initiative to speak which leads to the discussion: “'what should we drink?' the girl asked. She had taken off her hat and put it on the table.” She opens the crucial issue in an implicit way when she describes the “hills like white elephant”. Which suggests her imaginative way of thinking: she relates to the hills as the physical shape of her pregnancy, and the white elephants is “something she cannot just throw away but for which, in her present circumstances, she has no use; something that is awkwardly, burdensomely in the way” (Renner 30). The girl faces difficulties in expressing her feelings, but she does not surrender and keeps
In the short story "Hills Like White Elephants" by Ernest Hemingway the central idea is people sometimes don't appreciate something special when it's in front them.This story can put in the category of Drama because at the end the reader is left with a open ending unlike other dramas that have a closing.The story is about a couple who is waiting for a train at a railroad junction in Spain they decide to have a beer then have a conversation of whether to go through the abortion of their child.Next, the bartender tells the couple that the train arrives in 5 minutes so the American moves their bags onto the other side of the train station and gets a drink at the bar while Jig sits by herself. The theme of the story is people sometimes don't appreciate what's in front of them and is shown through characterization, point of view and symbolism. One way