4.Create a character through the camera 5.Desing a costume. 6.Plagerisim report 7.reaserch 1. Annotate the poem and research: Summary of poem: The poem starts out with a highwayman (this is a thief who use to hold people’s carriages they usually come on horseback) visiting his girlfriend Bess who is the daughter of an innkeeper. He 's on the move (meaning he will be back the next day after he has robbed some people) so he only has time for one kiss. But in the shadows Tim the ostler who loves Bess listens and tells the red coats.
LENAS CHANGE OF ATTITUDE The attitude of Lena about the system changed a lot since she started seeing Alex. In the beginning she was clearly a follower of the governments system because in the book the author describes how Lena could not wait for the cure and be finally safe. But as soon as she became close to Alex she got infected and started to do illegal things. Before she met him she would never have gone into the wild and do illegal things like passing the fence and going to the wilds or even lie to her aunt just so that she is able to see her boyfriend. In the end she even fled out of her society in the wilds, she sacrificed her own safety to be with the person she fell in love with and stand up against the government.
Kane is being hunted by his rival, and Rainsford by general Zaroff, another hunter. “In marshals office Kane signs his name to what he has written folds it and writes on it ‘to be opened in the event of my death,”(Foreman 326). He’s so sure he’s going to die that he writes his own will. Rainsford in the beginning of the story says this, “The world is made up of two classes the hunter and the hunted luckily you and I are the hunter,” (Connel 212). And once the game starts he says, “He knew his pursuer was coming he herd the padding of feet on the soft earth and the night breeze brought him the perfume of the generals cigarette,” (Connel).
The book Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls is about a boy named Billy and his adventure with Old Dan and Little Ann. With the help of his mentor, his grandfather, Billy works hard to earn enough money to buy himself two raccoon hunting hounds. Billy trains his hounds until they can catch their first raccoon. Even though it takes longer than Billy would liked, it was all worth it in the end. Every night Billy goes out hunting with his two hounds.
In the next hunt, hoping that Rainsford, as a renowned big-game hunter will provide the challenges he seeks. Rainsford sets off into the Jungle after receiving food, clothes, and a knife from Ivan. I agree with the statement that the world is made up of two classes for several reasons. At daybreak, rainsford hears the baying of the hounds and spots Zaroff and Ivan with a small pack of the hounds and spots Zaroff and Ivan with a small pack of
Furthermore, Rainsford went through a struggle when he got himself stuck in the quicksand Zaroff cautioned him about. As he was running for his life in the forest, suddenly Rainsford’s foot started to sink down into the ground (Connell 34). “With a violent effort, he tore loose [his foot and] he knew where he was; Death Swamp and its quicksand” (Connell 34). Since he gets stuck in the trap, he needs to find a way out swiftly out of there before General Zaroff catches him, which causes a big conflict for Rainsford. A final obstacle that was life threatening for Rainsford that he only had a few moments to decide what he should do to save himself.
You’re all alone, sharp and clear, like a dead branch against the sky’” (209). Fiver knows that something is going to happen to Hazel as he journeys to the barn to free the hutch does. However, Hazel is not entirely positive, and goes on his mission anyway, despite Fiver’s warnings. Once more, Fiver is proven correct when Hazel is shot during his escape by a farmer. To conclude, foreshadowing is one of the most prominent literary elements present in Watership Down.
It is during this troubling and stressful time in Billy’s life that he once again dreams of the landscape and wildlife to comfort him. He dreams about walking towards “a darkened house” where “wolves had followed him“ and Billy “knelt in the snow and reached out his arms to them and they touched his with their wild muzzles and drew away again and their breath was warm and it smelled of the earth and the heart of the earth” (Crossing 295). Billy dreams of a familiar scenario in his life and past memories, enjoyment of the outdoors, and specifically
In the beginning of the short story, Rainsford is on his way to Rio to hunt jaguars. Jaguars are cunning and difficult to hunt, yet he is brave and talented enough for the task. Whitney, Rainsford’s friend tells about how Rainsford has “‘[picked] off a moose moving in the brown fall mush.’” (19), meaning he has such good skills and a strong eye that he can see a moving brown moose when it is camouflaged by all the brown in the woods. He is so experienced in the sport of hunting, he has written a book about hunting snow leopards in Tibet that General Zaroff has read, who is also a great hunter. General Zaroff has been hunting since he was a young boy.
As he is roaming the woods full of fear he notices the sunlight shining on the hilltop so he begins to climb. On his way up he abruptly got stopped by a leopard who blocks his way. As he is looking at the leopard a lion appears next to it but Dante is immediately taking back
In order to provide for the year-round demand, Johnnie hired trusted friends to hunt pheasants, a majority of the time out-of-season. After a successful hunt, they hid the birds at predetermined locations inside of haystacks, the seemingly definitive South Dakota concealment. Subsequently, Johnnie made regular rounds to the haystacks to collect the pheasants, after which he drove the over one thousand mile round trip to buyers in Illinois. Sheriff Edward Maxwell couldn’t ignore the birds hidden in haystacks, as he did when wayward smoke drifted skyward disclosing the presence of a still. If a farmer occasionally shot a pheasant off his own property to feed his family, Maxwell could forgive the transgression.
An important theme of the outsiders would be that life is not always fair and bad things happen to all kinds of people no matter how famous or rich you are, but no matter what happens you always have to move on and deal with it. In the book, The Outsiders by S.E Hinton, the Greasers have a lot of unfair things happen to them no matter how nice or respectful they act. Going through all the stuff the Greasers go through they have to mature more quickly and lose their innocence at a young age. For example, at the drive through when Cherry was taking to Ponyboy, she said, “No not innocent. You’ve seen too much to be innocent” (26).
Sly Fox did not know what he was doing or where he was going but he decided to follow the the wolf anyway. After hours of walking Sly Fox saw something in the distance and realized what it was. He began running as fast as he could with the wolf close by his side. His father greeted him with excitement when he made it back to his tribe. “We found your bow-and-arrow and thought something worse had happened to you!” “I never would have made it back without him.” The wolf stepped forward and SAME NAME thanked him for bringing Sly Fox back to him.