Each word is meant to be sarcastic as she is being compared to great people and Lawrence sarcastically represents her as a hero. Lawrence also says, “The Scarlet Letter gives the show away.” He elaborates on this statement for the remainder of the analysis. He uses mockery and sarcasm in his sentences to state that “the show” is in fact pretentious behavior exhibited by the characters (especially Hester) and should therefore not have pity taken on them. By using the choppy sentences, each word is very emphasized. As he is very critical of Hester, the words in his sentences tend to be negative.
William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing is a comedic drama. This play provides a perfect blend of drama, as well as a fair amount of comedic relief, sometimes seemingly at the Inappropriate of times. In Act 4 Scene 1, lines 314-342, Benedick and Beatrice have already proclaimed their love for each other, after Claudio has called off his wedding with Hero. They are so blinded by the fact that one loves the other and vise-versa, they seem to allow all of their emotions to take ahold of them. The audience gets a dramatic view with a light comedic undertone; they are saying all these things about loving one another, because they think the other loves them.
The colonel represents a living, breathing, stereotype when it comes to men and women. Gardner uses the colonel to unfold the conflict of the story to the reader. The arrogant colonel retorts to the young girl that men have more self-control in a crisis. The colonel argues that, “ A women’s unfailing reaction in any crisis, is to scream. And while a man may feel like it, he has that ounce more of nerve control than a woman has.
On the other hand, love can bring out the best in people. For example, the main foil we see in the beginning of the book is between Romeo and Tybalt. Tybalt, due to his arrogance, brings the best out of Romeo when he is attempting to engage Romeo in a duel (Shakespeare 3.1). Romeo denies Tybalt's offer to a fight, for obvious reasons. Tybalt continues to harass Romeo while Romeo is simply complementing Tybalt in return.We see the best is brought out of Romeo as he is showing maternity and respect for his ‘Family.’ Overall, love is a marvelous force for good because it is everlasting through time and hardships, it brings people together, and it has the potential to bring the best out of people.
The ideas of reality TV shows are very professional in my opinion. However, the writer talks about how the producers “run out of ideas as an artistic society” on reality TV and insulting famous reality TV shows for being stupid. The biased article with poor understanding astounded me. Reality TV shows are a main source of entertainment to the world and people who finds it stupid will still watch it because it is stupidly funny or entertaining. Some reality TV shows might even help us in the future in our adult life.
A man named harry houdini loved his town and wanted to stay, so what did he do? He decided to become famous. How do we know this? He says two sentences that he said prove it ¨It is said that you know you are truly famous when the deranged imagine that they are you.¨ and also ¨It was this battle for supremacy that inspired one of his most dangerous illusions-the awesome Milk Can Escape.¨ Both sentences claims this approve the central idea because the first says no one can take someone else’s talent, and talent is one way of becoming famous. The second says that he will have to come up with dangerous tricks so people will stop trying to copy him any more, because you don’t want people to steal your spotlight.
Use lines from play to support your answer. Brutus likes Caesar as a person, but he thinks that he has too much power and he will think he is better than everybody else. Brutus thinks it will go to his head and he will become a tyrant. (Act I Scene ii Lines 78-80) 4. Brutus says, “For let the gods so speed me as I love / The name of honor more than I fear death.” What do these lines imply about Brutus’s most important value in life?
Lady Bracknell is a very selfish and arrogant woman that always has to have her way. She is an upper class Victorian woman and her ideals correspond to her stature in society. One of the most evident examples of Lady Bracknell’s outspoken ideals is seen in her interrogation of Jack Worthing. Once Lady Bracknell finds out that Jack and Gwendolen are interested in each other, she examines Jack with a series of questions. Lady Bracknell likes the answers to the first few questions she poses but calls Jack a “cloak-room” and “a parcel” after finding out he was found in a handbag as a baby (Wilde 25).
The is shows how lush, gaudy and medaling the life of a hollywood correspondent can be. The writers of the film, purposely mock hollywood through Stanley Motts as he is a producer who “(wants) the credit.” He is willing to “play with his life” just to be recognised. Yet in the end he falls in his own greed, and is left with neither the fame or his
However, if we do not want to be like certain celebrities, we still want to look at these celebrities and think on how we would never want to be like them. Burr states that Hollywood made their actors and characters is movies more realistic so that we would want to either be just like them or become better than them. In the end of Burr’s excerpt, he asks many interesting questions to the reader. Why do we go through the obsession and who are we? What kind of people we are and why do we go through so much effort to see celebrities in their works, just to go home and talk about their flaws on social media?