She also added that she is not afraid to how the society views her as she has confidence in herself. Through the use of metaphor, Keala was able to describe how she overcome with the hate she heard in order for her readers to mesmerize how she
People are on edge and emotions run high. Harmless gossip could have disastrous effects. (Emerson 1) By implementing techniques such as Pathos, orientation, colors and fonts, Smith demonstrated how she was against wartime gossip. She used a little girl to help connect with the audience as it was a relatable situation at the time for most people. By getting to people’s emotions, the poster is very persuasive and memorable.
Then, the author talked about a lack of gender equality, and he agrees if women are deserve to be given a choice for themselves. 3. I see a creative writing here, because it’s a personal experience. I always enjoy narrative because it’s easy to read, and we can feel the emotion and use our imagination to create what the story is like in our head. The author also inserts a couple of quotes that he got from interviewing women in Saudi to make this passage more convincing.
Despite the fact that Nancy Mairs chose a well diction and sarcastic tone to evoke readers empathy toward her essay , she also evokes a sympathetic response to her audience by telling reader that she does not feel sorry for being a cripple. She uses satirical description of her feelings , by allowing reader to see that she also felt sympathy for herself. Although Mairs, evokes empathy when telling her story, her sympathetic response toward her illness shows that she felt disconnected with her illness and that she did not have nothing else than to take what her destiny brought her. According to Mairs “
She wants to make sure everyone knows that she doesn 't feel like her behavior was really the "diva behavior" they are saying. "If being a 'diva ' is asking to be paid for work done, then everyone should be a diva. I didn 't know by asking to be paid for the work that I have done and fulfilling my contractual obligations makes me a diva. They clearly can 't afford to pay me and have no capital. I have been duped.
Aside from a few words, her speech was very easy to understand.For example when she states, “knows the parameters of a happy life when all it knows is the homogenization of human experience.”(299). Terms like “homogenization” cause the speech to become harder to read because unless the audience knows what the term means there is a disconnect between speaker and audience. Throughout the speech, Quindlen’s tone remained very playful and joyful. To connect with her audience, she had to approach the situation in a manner that connects with her audience. In the text she states “give up the backpack.
This example also shows that the girl was not a problem, and she became a solution. Wudunn insisted that if women and girls got out of the vicious cycle, and they could enter into a virtuous cycle. I think that Wudunn should share her good examples of women and girls in the remote areas because their successful lives are evidence of the donation that someone donated. Although some people donate some money, they could not see how their money leads to improve people of the poverty in the remote areas, so I think that Wudunn’s social media activities are important for not only those women and girls in the remote areas but also people in the developed countries to know about
In the book and movie, To Kill a Mockingbird I find it very easy to have empathy for the characters. The characters that I can empathise the most with are Scout, Jem and Mayella. Scout and Jem are very easy for myself, and many others to empathise with because most people either have siblings or very close friends that they either get annoyed of, or are very protective of. Mayella on the other hand is a different story, most people can’t understand the reasoning of why she lie to the judge and jury, but I can. She was scared, and she thought the only way to get out of her situation was to lie, which many of us do when scared.
Her audience can use the mistakes in her life to learn how to change similar circumstances in their own life, whether it is for themselves, their kids, or their family so they do not experience the negative influences of patriarchy. Many other authors can learn from hooks’ writing and know that it is okay to share about their personal life so that others can learn from it. The world can also simply learn how to deal with patriarchy and learn from her feminist teachings. hooks’ writing was more connected with the audience of this time period because many people, not just women, in the fifties can agree that patriarchy was a normality. This made her audience realize that just because they grew up a certain way does not mean that they cannot change their circumstances.
Sheila is definitely the most curious character after the inspector. Sheila seems to be very inquisitive, especially about wondering what Gerald’s part in the story is. What is weird about Sheila though is that when she finds out about Gerald’s affair she does not stay angry, instead she says how she respects his honesty by saying “I don’t dislike you as I did half an hour ago, Gerald. In fact, in some odd way, I rather respect you more than I’ve ever done before”. This quote is said by Sheila after Gerald has been questioned about his affair with Eva Smith.
While her daughter in the other hand is also content that this long and difficult case in which she involved her and her friend Cas in is finally over. Risking their very lives trying to apprehend a pedophile in person was quite foolish although they did a rather impressive job in dealing with him in multiple confrontation. Layla was tremendously satisfied to receive the attention and admiration from her small crowd who consisted of her mother and some of their peers. Although Cas could of done without all of the attention because it brought back some past problems but eventually dealt with them like she did with her prior