He was formed through behavioral views and experiences due to the lack of education and learning the morals of society. To society standards his physical appearance was not accepted and created a feeling of confusion within the monster causing him hateful feelings towards humans after being shown cruel actions. He received constant judgment and rejection due to his appearance, "His yellow skin scarcely covered the work of muscles and arteries beneath; his hair was of a lustrous black, and flowing; his teeth of pearly whiteness; but these luxuriance 's only formed a more horrid contrast with his watery eyes, that seemed almost of the same color as the dun-white sockets in which they were set, his shriveled complexion and straight black lips" (Shelley, 58), yet the monster did not have any opinion of his own self but what was given from Victor and the society. The creation refused to continue to let this happen and reacted with anger, just like anyone other human would. The confusion and rage continues for the monster when society treats him with cruelty after meeting a family in the wilderness and they run away from him.
White mens’ criticism against Saul’s darker skin negatively impact him on the rink, slowly imprisoning him to a corner of the rink, where his abilities have nowhere to shine. Due to these persistent preferential remarks, Saul falls into the depths of his own suffering, where his mental state suffers terrible consequences. Many in society today suffer harsh consequences solely due to their gender, skin tone, and ethnic background. What if you were one of many in society, suffering discrimination
“Yellow Fever was wrestling the life out of Philadelphia,” shows the intense impact Yellow Fever has taken on Philadelphia (119). This personification shows that everyone is so caught up in their fear, they are failing to realize some of the hideous actions they are completing. As a result, families, friends, and people are being ripped apart. Some might argue that the metaphor is just providing and image for the reader to think of. While this is a good point, the metaphor has a deeper meaning.
The Bloody Disagreement It was a dark and dreadfully drab day in Boston 1770. Hugh and John nervously stood guard on King Street. As they stood guard, anxiety and fear crept through their bones. The reason for all of this was because of disagreement between King George and the colonists.
In “Identities” by W.D. Valgardson, the author shows through her work how ignorant society has become. Based on the setting, the man was misinterpreted by the police officer. People’s judgments of others lead to irrational circumstances. “When the officer,… who is nervous because of the neighborhood, who is suspicious because of the car and because he is trained to see an unshaven man in blue jeans as a potential thief…”; is made as an example of the everyday individual in society that would automatically judge a person on how they look (6). No matter how rich or poor, good looking or not, able or disable are all judged no matter what the situations are.
In chapter 9 of Lord of the Flies, William Golding suggests that sickness comes from inside of the boys with his use of diction and imagery. Golding describes the actions of the boys with the words “clamorously” and “demented” during the dance initiated by Jack. When these words, which have evil connotations, are used, they indicate that there is something sick inside of the boys which is reflected onto their actions. Golding’s diction displays the boys’ corrupt feelings. Imagery is also used to describe the sickness inside of the boys.
¨The door was blistered and disdained.¨ That shows the door was dark and creepy. ¨The whole business looked apocryphal.¨ This showed the business wasn 't full proof. ¨She had an evil face.¨
Fear. It shows Tessa’s panicked reaction when they realize what the log actually is that is coming towards them while they are crossing the river. Another emotion you will see in this book is grief. On page 176 it says, “Time seemed frozen, disjointed like broken sequences cut out of a horror movie. Jack’s hands and torso were drenched in blood and he was screaming in anguish.
The selected passage from Stephen Crane’s “The Blue Hotel” uses caustic and aggressive language to describe its scene. The narrator describes the setting in terms of “a turmoiling sea of snow” and “a still man … [standing] aghast amid this profligate fury.” That the narrator chooses these specific descriptions gives the scene an undercurrent of violence and tension. He traps the characters in the room, as well, stating “no island of the sea could be exempt in the degree of this little room.” That is, the narrator is suggesting that the characters cannot escape each other or the scene and the vague threat that colors it.
However, in some cases the color can imply emotions that bring confusion. This is the confusion from our society experiences and in text. In many pieces of literature, the writer uses the color grey. This color grey shows the confusion multiple characters have in their daily travels. As they continue their journey, they learn something new and become who they are.
In the book The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton, the author uses a variety of motifs. Which is a distinctive feature or dominant idea in an artistic or literary composition. Each color used represents the feeling or characterization of objects and people in the book. With each color bringing an important piece to the theme. One of the colors that is used more than once is green.
Mixed Races? Is that even possible? Racism has grown over the many years. The world needs to be more like Longtown and just collide with all types of races. There are plenty of people in the world who are of mixed descendents it's not their fault that they are like that.
Do you agree with August Wilson about Color Blind casting and it denying the humanity of those actors playing roles written for white actors in the American Theater? I don't agree with August Wilson about color blind casting, since in acting many people with different cultural backgrounds undertake roles that sometimes do not fit with their cultural backgrounds. However, this is what attracts the audience to watch the different roles and characters that people take. Switching roles also created unique movies, since not everybody could have the unique imitations of such roles.
Author F.Scott Fitzgerald included many color references and subliminal meanings behind each of the colors; in The Great Gatsby. These colors also help the reader create an image of the scene in their minds, and visualize the story. Three colors that Fitzgerald used, were, white, blue, and crimson red. Fitzgerald uses these colors so that the readers sense, innocence, the foreshadowing of death, and the loneliness of the characters in The Great Gatsby. The author F.Scott Fitzgerald uses the color white to symbolize the purity and innocence of the characters in The Great Gatsby.