As you read the book you learn to love the characters and I just with that what happened wouldn 't because I loved who they were and it all changed. Aveyard has a style that I haven 't really seen before that it has a simplicity of the writhing but it still challenges
I went soul searching to find out what I really did like about english. I found out that I loved novels that somehow tied into life happening all around me. I learned how to visualize what I was reading and ask questions that helped me dive deeper into my own way of thinking. As far as AP English being a bad experience I was pushing the envelope a little bit. It was a bad experience because I made it one.
Ayn Rand, in her book, Anthem, chose to argue the most intense version of collectivism against the most extreme form of individualism. While her actions seem bold, her writing style fits this story very well. The setup of her novel was difficult to understand, however it portrayed the main character’s feelings and actions well. It helped the reader understand the main character’s frustration with collectivism. It The main character of Anthem makes many daring decisions throughout the novel.
Every time it we read it I never wanted to stop because it was so intriguing. The book had a lot of details, which is good, because that helped the readers picture what it was like. The author did an amazing job at writing this book. I felt like I was there. In the book, Dally’s death was very different then what I imagined and what happened in the movie.
I loved the way it takes an old, overtold story and makes it into something so different. I didn’t like how the sections didn’t say whose point of view it was in, which made it confusing at times. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes sci-fi books, or even movies. Yancey took an old story and added many fun
She also used an analogy about Huckleberry Finn to introduce the chapter on pages 117-118. Huckleberry Finn is a story that many readers are likely to be familiar with, even if they just know the basics. This makes this analogy a good choice because it’s something that many have knowledge of and can make a connection to. This connection evokes feelings of familiarity in the reader, which makes them more attentive to the claims that follow through the rest of the chapter. Wedge’s overall appeals to pathos make the audience not only believe her argument, but agree with it based on their strong emotional reactions to the
Tangerine, a book that changed my life. A story so frenetic, so emotional, so inspirational that it made me fall in love with literature. My surreal connection with the book ensnared me to the beauty of writing and the impact that literature could have on someone. Now I don’t see books as writing, but as stories of real lives, as mysterious that need to be solved, as inspirations that need to learned from. Despite my imperfections, Tangerine made me believe in myself and face the reality with dreams to be
Initially I was skeptical about reading this novel as I knew it would contradict Atticus Finch 's character. However, I did enjoy this book! I thought the novel presented a good message about following your own conscience rather than conforming to the opinions of others. My favorite part of the novel was after Jean Louise and Atticus’s big fight where Atticus tells Jean Louise “You may be sorry, but I’m proud of you,” (Lee 277) and after processing all of this information Jean Louise tells Atticus “I think I love you very much.” (Lee 278) I loved this part in particular because it described how in life we can still love the people we disagree with. This novel is definitely a more challenging read than To Kill A Mockingbird as it requires lots of analyzation to fully understand the text.
Welty is an exquisite writer when it come to her syntax and spelling. Welty’s good syntax and punctuation may be a result of her early reading, effecting her writing in a positive way and also most people write how they speak. Welty appeals to pathos when she says, “ If she could see through your skirt she sent you straight
In other words, King is stating how there is a great need to know how to defeat violence and oppression without falling back to them. The very interesting word choice of “without resorting” conveys an idea that the people must never fall back to violence