Though the book was published in 1999, the main theme still highlights the present day situation of teenagers’ universally and is not confined to any particular social class. Chbosky presents his story in the form of letters that the protagonist Charlie has written to an anonymous person i.e. the readers. “Dear friend, I am writing to you because she said you listen and understand,” says the opening line of the book. The plot revolves around Charlie, who is portrayed to as a shy boy in a typical healthy family which once included his late Aunt Helen, whom he loved very much.
However, the characters have more of their story to tell. This book is their sequel. No book is written in a vacuum. I want to thank the support system that encourages me to keep writing, proofreads my draft manuscripts, and supports my book signings. Because Carl Reiner wrote the forward for the first book, I did not get to acknowledge all those who helped me with the publishing of Adolf Meistermann: The Devil’s Legacy.
Only after deep research and extracting valuable informations, the one of the most outstanding modern directors appears in front of us. Eastwood was born during the Great Depression in America. This experience had an impact on his life, as he freely admits, helping to formulate his value system and his work ethic. His parents, though they were not poor, have traveled around the country searching of better life conditions. (Encyclopedia of World Biography); Through numerous moves, he grew up in an atmosphere of tolerance for other cultures and religions, but he does not consider himself as a religious person in the traditional sense.
He also likes doing things with programming and computers. He worked in the software industry and helped develop the video game Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness (Biography 2). Weir put The Martian on Amazon and Kindle, thinking that it was not an impressive book, but people loved it. Not long after he topped the Amazon bestseller list, an agent contacted him (an exceptionally rare occurrence) to ask if he wanted representation (Biography 2).The Award Winning Author grew up loving science fiction books. Weir grew up reading classic science fiction such as the works of Arthur C. Clarke and Isaac Asimov (FamousBirthdays 1).
Montage the curious newly opened minded man he is, found the one person who could help, Faber, the old English professor. montage asked the old man, "I want you to teach me to understand what I read. "(Bradbury 78). Perspective can be shielded by society so when montage saw past his societies perspective and made his own he became a new person a different person someone who understands right and wrong. In Pleasantville, the perspective of the town was changed when the kids sounded bud as he talked about Hackle berry Finn while words appeared on the blank pages the kids amassed for never experiencing real books kept handing bud books to explain so words will appear.
Cathey’s “My own little secret” story, which effectively makes an appeal to pathos that creates a sympathetic image to readers. Wolverton explains that Mr. Cathey didn’t read at his appropriate level and that he was reading books that were at a “First Grade, Level 1, Ages 6-7.” Also, having to read quietly so that none of his teammates wouldn’t hear him reading aloud (Wolverton, 117). Wolverton goal was to make the readers have some type of sympathy for Mr. Cathey. This strategy of using pathos helps Wolverton to persuade and entertain his readers and also helps to strengthen his argument at the end. In the article there was a rhetorical question Mr. Joseph Luckey, the University of Memphis’s director of athletic academic services, wondered how many of those students to let in.
This quote is said by Guy Montag to Faber when he asks him to teach him how to read. In the novel everyone thought they were happy because they never really thought about it, they got distracted doing other things and didn´t worried about that. When Montag was asked by Clarisse if he was happy he started doubting about himself. He looked everywhere for answers and he thought the books might help. When people forget their distractions and actually focus on what is real they find out how they really feel and fix their problems.
Throughout the story, Terry understands that words can not show experiences; furthermore, he learns to accept people even if they have disorders. The theme of the story “Stop the Sun” is that understanding brings acceptance as shown by Terry’s feelings and senses of curiosity, embarrassment, and tolerance. Firstly, the theme of the story “Stop the Sun” is that understanding brings acceptance, as shown by Terry’s senses of embarrassment. Terry is a curious boy, who likes to figure out things he thought he did not understand. His mother told him that his father’s behavior was caused by the Vietnam War, but he knows that something specific had to cause it, not just the War.
uperman and Me Adelaida Urrea Sherman Alexie, in his essay, “Superman and Me”, recounts how he learned to read even though he lived in poor family inside a community where education was disparaged. Alexi’s purpose is to describe how kids are expected to fail academically since education is not cared for in Native American communities, and ignite change in the ways Native American children are educated. He adopts an inspirational tone in order to encourage other Native Americans to follow his example and educators to help solve this problem. Alexi projects an inspirational tone, through the use of diction to achieve his purpose. For instance, when Alexie introduces how he learned to read, he states: “The words themselves were mostly foreign, but I still remember the exact moment when I first understood, with a sudden clarity, the purpose of a paragraph.” In making this comment, Alexie magnifies the impact reading would have for his future.
Knowledge does not purely come from a book or a teacher, it is merely the situations in life we go through and how we respond to them. When applying for a job they often go for the person who is the most experienced this is why in college they offer work experience because the only way to fully be prepared for something is to practice. Albert Einstein never changed the world by reading books, in fact he was asked to leave school because he argued that memorizing facts was not useful and was pointless. Instead he gained knowledge by experimenting, Albert Einstein is a perfect example of how it is possible to change the worlds thinking without reading and memorizing books but by experiencing