Another character in the book is Fritz. Fritz is Gerta’s older brother and he is very smart, clever, and mature, Gerta and Fritz are very close. Gerta cares very much about Fritz and Fritz cares even more about Gerta. In the exposition of the story they start with news about the wall, when the townsfolk woke up to see that a wall had been built to divide East, and West Berlin and the reactions from the people. Here is an example from the story, “ There was no warning the night the wall went up.
On the Rainy River Analysis One of the most compelling books I’ve read is The Things They Carried. This book is filled with many short stories of the Vietnam war. The Author tells the story from the perspective of the soldiers. This books shows us the sacrifice these men had to give for are freedom. The Things They Carried has many great stories by Tim O’brien, but On The Rainy River was my favorite and seemed to follow the psychological literary lens.
Theodor Seuss Geisel held a number of artistic jobs in his professional life. He put together a number of works with different mediums, genres, motivations etc. However, he is most well known for his line of children 's books. They are remembered dearly among both children and adults who grew up with the books. Theodor Seuss Geisel authored a number of books late into his career.
2. The distractions that seemed to bother me the most were both the visual and the auditory disturbances. The visual distraction bothered me the most because I failed to interpret what the novel, Napoleon’s Buttons: How 17 Molecules Changed History was about. I simply wrote the first topic as my summary instead of looking at the overall idea. For example, I rephrase the first sentence of the novel by stating that “peppers, nutmeg, and cloves were essential motives for exploration”, however, I didn’t state how their chemical makeup contributes to their historical impact.
In this letter, Adams had a soothing tone that makes John know that she is not angry with him, and she is letting him know that she is lucky to have a son who gave her “pleasing hopes” (Adams). throughout their life and informs him that “Nothing is wanting with you but attention, diligence, and steady application” (Adams). to reassure him that he is special and will achieve great success in life. In conclusion, Abigail Adams wrote this passionate letter to her son to offer advice and support before he took on this massive journey traveling around the globe.
“Friendship isn’t about who you’ve known the longest. It’s about who walked into your life, said “I’m here for you and proved it.” These words perfectly describes the beginning to Liesel and Rudy's friendship. In The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, Rudy and Liesel, younger teenagers, create an unbreakable bond that keeps them together through Germany during World War II. Rudy's outgoing, caring, and loving personality is shown in The Book Thief when he sticks up for his friends, he jumps into the winter water to save Liesel’s book, and how he keeps all of Liesel’s secrets.
He was a very popular professor who inspired his students to take action, but he always led by
The Rabbi Man Eating Dog Life is what you make of it, and some people have taken their dark and lonely lifelong experiences and became excellent writers. Channeling one’s fear and apprehensions alongside perseverance and determination will bring forth triumph. Even though he was criticized for his dark and violent tales, Stephen King the author of Cujo became an award winning and respected author. Stephen King was born on September 21, 1947 in Portland, Maine. His mom Nellie Ruth was a stay at home mom, while his dad worked as a sea merchant, but left the family when King was really young (“Stephen King” Par 1).
I think the most valuable book for me was The Pigman by Paul Zindel In ELA class. Even though it was hard for me to understand, but I still enjoyed it. This book helped me to understand how to use foreshadowing. Foreshadowing can make the story more suspenseful.
In the Great Depression era novel The Grapes of Wrath John Steinbeck deploys descriptive language to convey Man’s perseverance. For example in chapter 3 Steinbeck describes Man’s perseverance by using a turtle and it struggles to represent the Joad family’s struggles. One can see Man’s perseverance when narrator states, “Now the hands, braced on top of the wall, strained and lifted, and the shell came slowly up and rested its front end on the wall.” In this passage the phrases “strained and lifted” and “came slowly up” evoke the reader's sense of struggle and hardship because the turtle is slowly lifting itself with all its might over a large obstacle. This dialogue also expresses life’s will to survive regardless of the
Steinbeck was a very skilled writer. In the novel, ‘Of Mice and Men’, Steinbeck used dogs as literary tools in several different ways. Throughout the novel, Steinbeck used dogs for symbolism, foreshadowing, etc. Some of these literary tools are very obvious, but others are hidden. If you look very deep into the novel, more than 10 should be found.
Dr. Seuss’s is a well- known and influential American writer whose books staple in homes and elementary schools today. Dr. Seuss's books had an influence on me because they always gave me a sense of imagination. Dr. Seuss's books were an easy read and constantly getting stuck in my head. As a young girl I used to quote Green Eggs and Ham all the time around my house. Even during the holiday season (Christmas time) Dr. Seuss’s book The Grinch who stole Christmas is constantly being read internationally in commemoration of Christmas spirit.
Theodor Geisel AKA Dr. Seuss was born on March 2nd, 1904 in Springfield, Massachusetts and died on September 24th, 1991 at La Jolla, California. At the age 18 he went to Dartmouth College. After graduating Dartmouth Dr. Seuss attended Oxford University but later dropped out. He had a mom named Henrietta and a dad named Theodore and two sisters named Marie and Henrietta.
Dr. Seuss’s books have had some influences on me. When my mom used to read Dr. Seuss to me, I developed a love for reading. Dr. Seuss’s books have had an exceedingly positive impact on me when I was younger because they taught me to read along with the illustrations and the words that tell the story. His book “Horton Hears a Who!” has taught me to take care of the environment because of the way he uses the characters to show the hidden moral of the story and allows a kid to discover the moral for himself. The last way Dr. Seuss’s books have had an impact on me another one is his use of rhyming.