Creativity and story telling are part of art and can only be done with maximum concentration. The world today lacks the romance hence we can use it from someone’s creativity. The old kind of love and cherishing is no longer existent. People have lost their authenticity in showing affection. Not only for romantic relationships but also family.
He now understands that in a horrible situation you can either decide to let life take its course or take control and choose you own outcome. Secondly, the lyric “All the hate that you've heard has turned your spirit to a dove” is explaining how all the hate and pain he has endured has empowered him to overcome the criticism and be at peace with himself (Dragons). Another example of a literary device is “Falling like ashes to ground/ hoping my feeling they would drown” (Dragons). This is a perfect metaphor to describe how he felt in that moment. The lyric hints that he was depressed and didn't know how to handle the situation.
Following his death, Elie was completely desensitized to anymore pain, he said that it “no longer mattered. Since [his] father’s death, nothing mattered to [him] anymore”(113). There is a significant change of diction from the beginning of the novel compared to near the end. What was panic and fear was changed into carelessness and
They are Broken, burnt out, rootless and without hope. No generations will suffer like them. The older generation will just go back to old occupation. The future generation will simply disregard them as a whole.  The choices left for the suffering generation of this great war is, as they grow older, “few will adapt themselves, some others will merely submit, and most will be bewildered; - the years will pass by and in the end we (they) shall fall into ruin’’The significance of that message, given by the main character, was the warning the author tried to proclaim.
“Humble yourself or life will do it for you,” is a common quote used by many. This idea of being humble to avoid consequences applies well to the book Antigone by Sophocles. It shows how if one has too much pride, they will be humbled in one way or another. In Antigone, Creon had tunnel vision, not listening to anyone. His fatal flaw was hubris, ultimately leading to the downfall of him.
When we write, we are writing from our hearts, and only we can truly understand what our hearts are trying to tell us. Writing for others may be okay, but to the person you are writing for, it would feel like they are missing something in your piece. That missing feeling can only be filled if they were the ones writing the piece in the first place. Just like Forrester told Jamal — never to think, just type. This should apply to all writers because the only writing that truly counts, are the writings we wrote with full devotion.
It is impossible to quite the ethos that are left behind. Once the tongue is loosed, it never has to be silenced. The will of a person will prevent the tongue from being tamed. The will of a person such as Gloria Anzaldúa, who although punished for speaking in her native tongue and rebuked for it, pursued speaking it in rebellion to all other voices. I myself have experienced this where I used to be cautious with letting my tongue free, but now that I have set it free, nothing can stop me from proclaiming my beliefs.
It can be concluded that almost all of the literary devices in the poem conveyed a deeper meaning. Critics think that this poem betrays the typical American life. This means having kids, dying, your kids having kids, then they die, etcetera. The cycle of the typical American life repeats itself in the same old boring fashion. However, anyone and noone break the monotony of the cycle, but when they die, life goes on without them.
The meaning of this quote is that before everything was back together, everyone and everything was gone, there was nothing. Now he wished he had a problem like misplacing his homework that was so easy to solve. It was written to show people that sometimes we get upset over little problems. People see that the problems are small once they have bigger problems. Sometimes we wish we
Ironically, Okonkwo’s suicide parallels other cultural shifts in this time period; what once was forbidden becomes accepted with the arrival of colonists. As it turns out, Okonkwo’s beliefs, or his inflexible beliefs, represent a poor fit for a culture that slowly becomes comfortable with a more malleable belief system. At the end of the novel, Obierika expresses his anger and disgust at the white men. Through choked sobs, Obierika manages to say, “That man was one of the greatest men in Umuofia. You drove him