He wanted the poem to remain somewhat mysterious to its readers. People can have contrasting reactions to the same stimuli; certain things can have a larger effect on some people than others. Strand conveys this message through his unique and somewhat strange poem. He expands even more by adding the idea of a confused and somewhat upset librarian. This librarian does not know what to make of the man’s actions, and, at a certain point, she could not take it anymore; she screams out of utter realization.
Eliezer and Juliek have been whipped many times because they haven’t been doing what they’re supposed to be doing, they haven’t been doing their work. In the end, dialogue is helpful in stories because without dialogue, stories would be boring and would have no interest in it. Therefore, dialogue
A question that is not meant to be answered but meant to make you think and wonder. Frederick Douglas uses this sometimes to express his confusing with the topic or to make the reader think about the topic and go into more detail. He always displays the use of pathos in this speech. He says” I do not remember ever to have appeared as a speaker before any assembly more shrinking, nor with greater distrust of my abilities.”. He says this to show the crowd that he is more nervous than he appears to be and that the topics of the occasion make him more nervous than ever before.
Grendel expresses his thoughts and emotions throughout the whole story, so we’re able to see how Grendel is feeling. He also shares his views of the world and existence itself. There are many people who disagree, and believe the story of Grendel was written to make Grendel look even more monstrous and scary. I believe these people are paying too much attention to the setting of the story, and grendel’s actions, and not paying enough attention to Grendel’s
The level of nervousness I was experiencing is abnormal. My heart started pounding, and my hands started to sweat. The majority of the way I was feeling was influenced by the thought in my head of getting judged by the members of the group. I thought that they would have been able to tell that I wasn’t there because I have an alcoholic issues and I was afraid that they would call me out on it. Although, I had unsettled feelings towards the meeting, I was also excited to experience something that is out of my comfort zone.
Now this can mean numerous things like being stressed out, excited or even happy, but in this case I believe it is because of love and worry. All this effort and worrying can only mean that she cares for him and is worried. Now if you had to decide whether you loved or hated your lover, what actions and thoughts would be going through you and what would you be doing. Despite the fact that this all seems like it is just in stories and does not exist I think it appears everyday to almost everyone. As I just stated that it appears everyday it might not be exactly the same in a life or death decision it is close.
Jury 3 was a major contributor to the plot of the story, and constantly added outrage. He regularly brought unnecessary remarks and accusations to the jury room. His remarks and comments usually didn 't pursued the other 11 jury’s, but the criticism sure made things more hectic and frustrating. Jury 3 was for sure the antagonist in the story, with out him there wouldn 't of been
“We spend so much time listening to the things people are saying that we rarely pay attention to the things they don’t” (Smith 2014). Silence is a language that any person on this planet can understand. It invades awkward, but critical conversations and tricks the mind into not speaking. Silence, itself, is a rhetorical situation that every encounters, whether within themselves or with a million other people because it prevents the truth from coming out. Bitzer states that the rhetorical situation is “a complex of persons, events, objects, and relations presenting an actual or potential exigence which can be completely or partially removed if discourse, introduced into the situation, can so constrain human decision or action as to bring about the significant modification of the exigence”, while bringing in the characteristics of exigence, audience, and constraint (Bitzer 1968).
Gareth Cook also wrote that introversion has its annoying qualities. For instance, they have never given a speech without being terrified first, even though they have given many but some introvert people have no problem to speak in public but stage fright afflicts them in disproportionate numbers. In short, introvert can be understood as a person that prefer to be alone by themselves and not too interested to be in a group or
While some readers can appereciate his complexity, intelligence and determination, many others find him to be abusive, petty arrogent. There is also a lot of debates over whether his unrequited love for Lily was tragic or creepy. Examining all the aspects of his character would delve too deeply into spoilers, but suffice to say Snape has as many fans as he has haters. Katnis Everdeen (Hunger
One of the questions that I had concerning pages 3-4 of “The Apology” was why the people who Socrates engaged in conversation with became angry when he tried to prove that they weren’t wise. Many of these people were politicians, writers, and craftsmen who held a lot of power over, or were admired, by many people. When someone feels like their power is being threatened in any way, lashing out in anger is a natural and easy response. Their power mostly lied in their intelligence and characteristics that were uncommon during this time, such as being able to write and do pottery. When Socrates claimed that they weren’t as knowledgeable as they believed, These influential people overestimated their abilities not necessarily because they’re naturally