Bravery and courage are elements that one learns to develope in life. People tend to learn by mistakes, experience, and their past. A number of people live through horror while others say they live in hell. In the poem "From Beowulf" by the unknown author, depicts both bravery and courage thought the whole poem. The main characters in the poem are Hrothgar, Grendel, Grendel's mother, and Beowulf king of the Geats and hero of the poem.
When people are traumatized by an event they are pushed to experience the five stages of grief. The “Gospel”, by Philip Levine and “the boy detective loses love”, by Sam Sax both use characters that are going through one of the stages of grief. Levine and Sax both explain the thoughts and process of what a person thinks when they go through these stages with imagery. Levine uses symbolism, a sad tone, and a set setting in “Gospel” to illustrate that grieving takes you into a depth of thoughts. Sax uses anaphoras, an aggressive tone, and an ambiguous setting to convey that grieving takes you into a tunnel of anger and rage.
Troy was let down in a lot of ways in life and it is because of how he was treated that he acts the way that he does. Troy uses his anger and bitterness towards the world, to evolve into a hardness towards his own life and the lives of others around him. Kenney states that “ The origins of Troy’s
By changing “oh well” to “farewell,” slowing down the chorus, and adding more emotion to his vocals, Pat Boone does not leave the song open for interpretation of the meaning the same way Fats Domino does. While this does help him appeal to his more conservative audience, his version does not seem to embody the mixed emotions one can experience when a relationship comes to an end. The Fats Domino version combines the sad lyrics with the easygoing and optimistic vocal delivery and background music. This allows his version to embody both the heartbreak one may feel, but also the bittersweetness of reaching the end of a relationship that is not working out. Additionally, the Fats Domino version also hints at moving on with the lyric “oh well, goodbye” and the upbeat music, which is another thing the listener may relate to when thinking about the end of a relationship.
When the idea that tools were used to create this effect, the majestic wonder is almost striped from the oil painting. This is because it leaves viewers feeling like they have been cheated. That the beauty of the piece has been taken away. With Tim’s almost effortless version of “The Music Lesson” the audience begins to hesitate on the dexterity of the painting, and even begin to question Vermeer. The authentic nature of the painting is virtually gone.
Both pieces of art convey that it is important to have dignity in life to make the worst situations seem a little better. Mack and the boys, Lee Chong, and Dora provide this tone in Cannery Row while the colorful figures do so in Haring’s painting. The dysfunctional yet dignified tone reminds both readers and art viewers that even when things are not going the way they are planned, they can turn out better if you maintain the pride that you tried to get something done. If you keep a positive attitude, your life will mirror your
Reputation Preserving one’s reputation is a prevalent theme in The Crucible. Would you rather retain your reputation or tell the truth? Being honest builds on your reputation, I would not want to be infamously known as a liar. The truth is eventually found out, it is better to share it sooner rather than later. Several characters in The Crucible are worried about how they are perceived by others.
The first line of the song is, “I hurt myself today, to see if I still feel.” Dimmesdale is hurting himself just because he thinks it will make up for his sin. The song talks about true pain that a person experiences throughout life. The song talks about a “crown of thorns” which relates to his shame and whatever mark is on his
There are traumatic events that have terrible influence in their psyche. For Holden, he is suffering his brother, Allie’s death. For Pat, he is suffering betray of his wife. For Tiffany, she is suffering her husband’s death. Suffers from the pass has extremely influence for those main character’s mind.
With that, an emotional approach seems the most fitting, regardless of audience. Granted, the two articles complement each other in terms of focusing on the issue of poverty and its misrepresentation in the media. Hooks, and Rose and Baumgartner employ different tactics to educate, most noticeably, an emotional sense versus a strictly factual one. However, the objective for both sources is to eliminate stereotypes harmful to the poor community, ultimately for the dignity of the poor and less ignorance about what it means to be included in such a community. With the overarching goal of each written work in mind, the audience should be the general public, as it is easier to persuade consumers to change how they