Walter is talking to Ruth about what he has been thinking about and then he explains "You see, this little liquor store we got in mind cost seventy-five thousand and we figured the initial investment on the place be 'bout thirty thousand, see" (556). Walter wants to buy a liquor store with his friends. This is aligned with Walters motivation to helps his family because in his mind can only he jumpstarted by buying the liquor store to help them all up. This is not the only time Walter tries to buy a liquor store. Walters friend bobo has entered the house and seems nervous then he explains "This deal that me and Walter went into with Willy Me and Willy was going to go
This causes Jeanette to feel proud of her father for worrying about her because she does not know what she is getting into by going to New York. Rex is trying to be protective but also helpful at the same time to keep his kids safe when he's not around. Rex is helpful when he finds out Jeannette can't pay for her college tuition and he wants Jeannette to have a good education, “Dad called a week later and told me to meet him at Lori's. When he arrived with Mom, he was carrying a large plastic garbage bag and had a small brown paper bag tucked under his arm. I assumed it was a bottle of booze, but then he opened the paper bag and turned it upside down.
Because of this joy stemming from him, Janie loves to be around Tea Cake and spending time with him. They do absolutely everything together. They soon decide on marriage, and Janie gets a new, blue satin dress, earrings, high heels, and a necklace that Tea Cake has picked out for her. Unlike her previous husbands, she wants to make Tea Cake proud of her and proud to be married to her. When they leave to work on the muck, Tea Cake introduces another idea that is exciting for Janie as it is the start of something new “Folks don’t do nothin’ down dere but make money and fun and foolishness” (128).
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You probably lived in a big two- or three-story house with a nice backyard that your gardener filled with flowers and fruit trees, All gated, of course, Your father drove an American car. You had servants, probably Hazaras. Your parents hired workers to decorate the house for the fancy mehmanis they threw, so their friends would come over to drink and boast about their travels to Europe or America. And I would bet my first son’s eyes that this is the first time you’ve ever worn a pakol. He grinned at me, revealing a mouthful of prematurely rotting teeth.
Baca’s father would bring new shoes to his grandma “My father sits at the table, holding yet another pair of new shoes for grandma.” (Baca, 143, 2001). In that same scene, the readers are able to see a bonding moment between Baca and his father. They playfully spar each other because Baca knows his father likes boxing. This scene showcases the father figure of Baca’s father, because for a brief moment, Baca felt joy and attention from his
The house is hustling and bustling with happiness and excitement. The cousins are in town and Grandma is more than happy to feed the grandchildren homemade hot chocolate to warm us up from the chilly weather. Before my Dad leads us in prayer, we go around the table and each person tells everyone three specific things they are thankful for. To give us more time to think creatively my mom will sometimes cut out paper leaves. Each person writes what they are thankful for on the leaf and she sticks it to a paper tree on the wall.
(DOK 1) What might the author be saying about these presents by calling the Travises “wise guys” in the title? (DOK 2) The types of presents the Travis brothers have brought to the Gonzales brothers in the past are boxes of clothes, Turkeys each November, or canned ham on Easter. The Travis brothers started to bring these types of presents each year since the children started to get high grades. The author has been saying that these are helpful and wise gifts to bring to the children by calling the Travises brothers “wise guys”. Ways the presents have been helpful are by clothing the children and feeding the children.
In the 2013 Budweiser commercial, the company introduced a new feature to their already well known Clydesdale ads. The idea of an everyday American man enticed audiences of all kinds to direct their attention to their tv. The rhetorical effects of the Budweiser Clydesdale advertisement administer to the viewer's’ sympathy for family bonds by showing a loving relationship between man and horse. This connects the Budweiser brand with a positive feeling in the viewer’s mind; allowing the viewer to always favor their product when shopping for a perfect beer. The commercial begins with a soothing song and an immediate introduction to the two main characters of the ad.
In this section, an anecdote is presented, detailing how a man named Richard Borshay Lee buys an Ox for the Christmas celebration, and is his way of saying “thank you for the cooperation of the past year” (Lee, 14). Lee was determined to buy the biggest, fattest Ox he could find and that is what he did. But what Lee did not know was that that culture did not praise each