I avoid as much as possible to have relationships based on stereotypes. For instance, although coming from a homophobic society, I always manage to have a cordial and respectful relationship with my gay colleagues. Moreover, in situations where I felt demeans or diminishes because of my physical appearance or my cultural identity, rather than playing the victim, I always look for ways to appreciate the fact of being different. Conclusively, this poem of Audrey Lorde shows how the dark coal can be progressively illuminated to the bright and shiny diamond. The verse, "There are many kinds of open"(4), carries a profound message intended to posterity.
She wanted to believe that her hardships were only temporary, so she looked to story book characters as her friends and a refuge from reality. She is very good at vivid description and dialogue as well as her prose- using ordinary language without meter and making it sound beautiful. It creates a mental image in the mind of the reader. She also describes things abnormally, which makes the reader think of whatever is being discussed in a different light. It is very colorful
Hypocrisy Shirley Jackson, the author of “The Lottery,” shows hypocrisy Mrs. Hutchinson the protagonist. Ms. Jackson explains this hypocrisy as people in society are will be glad to support and follow laws blindlessly but when it the same law impacts them in a negative way they says it's unjust and should not be a law. In the story this relates to Mrs. Hutchinson who happily plays the lottery acting all joyful and calm about the entire situation not expecting to be picked. However the moment the lottery picking affects her she immediately says that the entire process is unfair is not the right thing to do. She is being a hypocrite because as soon as the laws she was okay with affected her she immediately turned on them as if they were wrong
Both writers have described the lady they cherish utilizing rhymes. The poem and song bargain the same point, yet with an alternate methodology. While going through the similarities in the two writings. I see that the writers have their own thoughts and way of communicating to the reader about their mistresses for example, in the “Sonnet 130” Shakespeare tells the reader regarding how unattractive the mistress is to the speaker, yet despite everything he cherishes her. When the song “Just the way you are” Mars tells the reader concerning how beautiful his love is to him and he doesn’t need her to change.
Characterization in Fahrenheit 451 Being human or normal should not be weird or unacceptable. In Bradbury’s dystopian novel, everyone is supposed to be the same because they think that will make everyone happy. Of course, you will have your rule breakers that are not like everyone else or the one that wishes they could be that person. In the sci-fi novel Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, he uses imagery to show characterization of each of the characters. Clarisse stood out because she was different.
To show us love would still be love if not called lve and that she would still love Romeo if he weren't a Montague. This line was one of the most famous in the whole play because it showed us how names carry no meaning but are only as significant as what the name holds. Romeo coveys his feelings towards his name with a sympathetic and bitter tone to reply to the pain Juliette feels.“take thee at thy word: Call me but love, and I'll be new baptized; Henceforth I never will be Romeo”. Romeo shows understanding in the attitude in which he replies to Juliet.To give her comfort in the fact he will not be called Romeo from now on since his love dislikes. “By a name I know not how to tell thee who I am: My name, dear saint, is hateful to myself, Because it is an enemy to thee; Had I it written, I would tear the word”.
In the end, Holden and his sister end up at the carousel and tells her he is not running away and is finally happy. “I’m always saying ‘Glad to’ve met you’ to someone I’m not at all glad I met. If you want to stay alive, you have to say all that stuff, though.” Holden calls everyone a phony. He calls Pencey prep phony because they are suppose to be filled with honest and proper intellectuals, but he thinks everyone there are liars and slobs. Even the prostitute, Sunny, he hired.
The ability for each to stand the pressure is specified with certain level, and sometimes they will create a beautiful illusion for themselves when they need a shell for protection; however, if that person is strong enough to accept the destiny and face the reality, there won’t be any illusions to confuse them. Therefore, living in a beautiful illusion instead of the cruel reality is a solution for someone have mental illness and weakness.In the play “A Streetcar Named Desire”, author Tennessee Williams expressed this idea through Blanche’s beautiful imagination of herself. Although these illusions are build with lies, but for Blanche herself, these imaginations are all her have to stay lively and energetic. It’s not necessary
I would recommend this to everyone as it has a pleasant storyline with a meaningful message. The film has different moral messages that could be applied to everyone. The message I got was to never to give up, as cliche as that sounds, which is something everyone should apply to their daily life. However, if you are a huge marvel fan and don 't believe in females saving the world and have some sort of prejudice against females, then this is the not the film for you because it heavily centralizes on the appearance on feminine
Sonnet 130: My Mistress’ Eyes Are Nothing Like The Sun (1609) by William Shakespeare is nothing like the average romantic poem. Instead of boasting about his mistress’s beauty and making unrealistic comparisons he Comically appreciates her natural beauty and appearance, without the use of flattering clichés. Some Argue that Shakespeare might have been misogynistic and insulting to women by body shaming is mistress. Is it thus apparent that people may have different interpretations and understanding of sonnets or poems regardless of the environment or period of the reading? Though I believe that this is truly a love poem, in this analysis both interpretations will be represented.
It seemed like Des Barres goal with this novel was to remove the stereotype that surrounds groupies, but instead she just reveals how accurate it is. This book puts an emphasis on how these women were “muses” to these rock stars rather than just one night stands (Doyle, 2010). Even for the women that would have brief encounters with these musicians Des Barres describes it as an inspirational sharing of a connection to artists that spoke to these women’s souls. Sleeping with rock stars was only one component of their devotion to the music (Doyle, 2010). I found this theme repeated in every chapter and it just seemed like a rationalization for promiscuity.
We should love others like God loves us, just like the Golden Rule treat others like you would like to be treated. If you told your class that when they were fighting you say "Be like Aphrodite" and they would watch there actions. In addition, Aphrodite should be the mascot is because she is beautiful. People think that it is not a good reason to have