Outline: introduction Attention Grabber: Imagine living a lie and acting as if it were real. Imagine believing everyone is a phony when you are the biggest one. Step into the shoes of Holden Caulfield if you wish to continue. Background Information: J.D Salinger’s “ Catcher In The Rye” tells the tragic story of a teenager’s battle to fit in. Holden a pretty privileged young man at home and at pencey prep seems to have the ideal life.
Leonard Lowe, who was played by Robert de Niro, was one of the main characters in the movie ‘Awakenings’. As early as childhood he showed signs and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease which was later revealed as encephalitis lethargica. Acoording to the CNS forum (2000-2015) “Patients experienced a reduced level of awareness, possibly caused by swine influenza or some type of herpes-like virus. When they awoke, about half would have severe Parkinson's-like symptoms including rigidity, bradykinesia, slight tremors, and curious eye movements, so-called occulogyric crises - an uncommon symptom in idiopathic Parkinson's disease.” Dr. Sayer, who was played by Robin Williams, was applying for a job at the hospital where Leonard was confined, although
I am writing this letter to provide insight regarding the character and moral fiber of Michael K. Beeson for consideration fo the North Junior Football League, Ken Cgaig Award. As a student at Shadow Ridge Middle School, Michael consistently demonstrates the criteria exemplified by candidates for the Ken Craig Award. Michael attends school punctually, cordially, and prepared for any academic challenges he may face. In the rare instances when Michael has sought further clarification on assignments, he effectively seeks out and uses the additional information to produce high level academic work.
As Alex traveled more, he seemed to actually meet at least one person that had an impact on him and vise versa. Ronald Franz is an elderly man that Alex meet when he was in California, near Oh-My-God Hot Springs. Franz had been living alone for a long time and as he got to know Alex more; His parenting nature was reawaken. Alex and Franz’s relationship grew more as they spent more time together. Alex even settled down for a little while and stayed in Franz’s apartment.
Mr Birling is shown as a rude and arrogant character. This is dedicated when it says “wretched girl” the adverb “wretched” implies that my Birling has no respect for Eva Smith. It refers to lower class. The term lower class illustrates people who are poor and they work under upper class people,people who are wealthy and well-bread such as Mr Birling. It also demonstrates that Mr Birling is angry because he thinks that Eva Smith is to blame for putting him in this situation.
Most of Vladek Spiegelman has many (strange) personality traits. He can be headstrong, stingy, short-tempered and even borderline racist at times. As the reader reads through Maus I and II, it is learned that most of these things about him stem from his experience being a Holocaust survivor and living through World War II. Before the war, he didn 't exhibit these traits. With his first wife Anja, he is undoubtedly kind, compassionate, and wealthy.
8 Billy Eichner In American Horror Story: Cult? Yip, you read that right – Billy Eichner in American Horror Story. It’s hard to believe I know, it doesn’t seem like the type of show you’d expect to see him in but it’s been confirmed that funnyman Billy will play a character named Harrison Wilton in AHS: Cult and it’s rumoured that this character will be close to Sarah Paulson’s character although we still don’t know how they will be connected.
Portfolio Reflections Item 3: Character Map The character I thought had a lot of significance in the novel, but was not a main character was Jordan Baker. Jordan Baker was Daisy’s friend who grew up with her. She is famous for golf and that is how the narrator, Nick, recognizes her.
Mountains are everywhere, we are surrounded by them. People who take the time to incorporate in their lives and physically climb these mountains are yet the most courageous. Climbing these mountains reveals the physical power of a person, whether they fail or not. Erik Weihenmayer, who is a blind man, exposed his power to do what any man is capable of doing; he climbed the Mount Everest Summit. Through this, Weihenmayer demonstrated confidence, braveness, and ambition.
When Dostoevsky was a young man in the 1840s, many new and radical ideas were entering Russia from West European countries, especially France and Germany. Like Raskolnikov in crime and punishment, Dostoevsky soon came under the influence of such revolutionary ideals and he hoped that Russia could also became a liberal country by adopting freer systems of thought and life, as then prevailed in western Europe. However, destoevsky’s soul-shattering experience with death (when he and his revolutionary friends were arrested and almost execute by the tsar) and his later experience of squalid prison life forced him to do some serious thinking upon his return from Siberia in 1858. He now began to feel that rash acceptance of every new idea from the