The Cat and the Hat by Doctor Seuss and Ishmael by Daniel Quinn both have the theme that man creates there own problem. In The Cat and the Hat, an anthropomorphic cat shows up at the house of two children, Sally and her unnamed brother, one rainy day when their mother is away. Ignoring repeated objections from the children's fish, who can also talk, the Cat shows the children a few of his tricks in an attempt to entertain them. In the process he and his companions, Thing One and Thing Two, wreck the house. The children and the fish become more and more alarmed until the Cat produces a machine that he uses to clean everything up.
Just recently in a California town dozens were wounded because of a bee attack. A beekeeper was moving a bee hive when the bees went crazy. They stung him many times, through his suit! They then proceeded to terrorize the town. They chased people and swarmed around cars.
Josie comes around the corner and tells me what has happened while I was gone, then tells me about the beehive in the backyard next to the little swing set. A few days pass and Fluffy decides that he wants to go roll in the sand next to the swing set and rolls on top of a few bees in the process of rolling. Moni and Josie start screaming and yelling which makes me get up from the couch to see what 's happening and that’s when I notice there’s bee’s on Fluffy. Both chicken out from washing the bee’s off, so they decide to push me to face my fear of bees and wash them off fluffy. Feeling sick and thinking of all the possible things that could happen to me if I got near the bee hive I start to become hesitant and run to the opposite of the backyard where nothing is and start to panic.
We all pay for it in the end…eventually. The book A Cage of Butterflies, by Brian Casswell, is an episodic novel about 'babies', who are stolen from their families to be used as lab rats. They are separated from the rest of society. Labelled and bullied. Used as nothing but a toy for people to play with.
We all pay for it in the end…eventually. The book A Cage of Butterflies, by Brian Casswell, is an episodic narrative about 'babies ', who are stolen from their families to be used as lab rats. They are separated from the rest of society. Labelled and bullied. Used as nothing but toys for people to play with.
Both of the author’s language really shows the stark difference where their purpose drives the piece into different emotional appeals. Alexie satirical nature resembles his way to make light of his situation, through his way of viewing his teacher “ For Halloween I drew a picture of her riding a broom with a scrawny cat on the back” (Alexie Second Grade). As well as “Always throw the first punch.” (Alexie Sixth Grade). Diverging into Sa’s language, craftily makes the reader feel empathy to young Sa as she is ambiguous about her fate. Sa’s voice is gentle but makes the reader feel like a small ant trying to get past human feet.
Later they went home to see who did it, luckily Ruth Rose recorded the whole thing, in the video Ruth rose recorded the whole opening of the panda exhibit and the panda looked like he was mad at the microphone. So they went to interview everybody who was at the microphone. First they interviewed Irene Napper she was really sad for the Panda, then they went to the writer of the panda paper he was a lot more mean so they kept an eye on him. Next they
He ends up in a lunatic asylum overseen by Dr. John Seward. The description of this character in the novel is tormenting and entertaining at the same time for the reader. In modern psychology some of the traits adopted by this character hints as being highly schizophrenic, and the severe delusions forces him to eat flies; feed flies to spiders, eat spiders, feed spiders to birds; then begs Dr. John to give him a cat for the test he is going to perform in his cell. His basic agenda was to feed birds to the cats but after the refusal of getting a cat he starts eating birds. R.M.
In The Crucible, Martha Corey is accused of placing an imprecation on Mr. Walcott’s pigs, causing all of them to die. At award shows, celebrities receive panegyrics and trophies upon winning a category. My teacher’s nebulous explanation in class caused me to be confused on my homework. It was my job to bowdlerize the book so that I could read it to the kindergarteners. I could tell that my neighbor was a fop when his crocodile-skin shoes matched his fedora.
Throughout the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird,” written by Harper Lee, the readers can see how Scout changes her view about Boo Radley. Because of their nosiness, Jem, Scout, and Dill try to drag Boo out his house and to the outside world. Their innocence actions combine with Boo’s actions have changed the image of Boo, in their mind, from “inside the house lived a mavolent phantom” (10), a person that kills cats, eats squirrels, poisones pecans… to a neighbor that they can trust who saves them from Bob Ewell, “Boo was our neighbor” (373). The readers can see a great change in their relationship. At the beginning, the children can’t even come near Boo’s place without palpitation, but at the end, Scout is comfortable enough to walks Boo up to
There are several similarities between Lennie in the movie and the book, including him liking to touch anything soft and him acting like George 's child. However, there are also differences between the two, such as Lennie’s size and his mental abilities. To start, one of the main similarities between the movie and the novel is Lennie liking to touch soft things. In Weed, the town George and Lennie last worked, Lennie petted a girl’s dress and, as George says, “Well, that girl rabbits in an’ tells the law she been raped,” which resulted in them fleeing town. George yells at Lennie for keeping a dead mouse in his pocket because he wants to touch it.