The authors of this passage sought to catch the reader’s interest in the early life of Tiger Woods through numerous techniques and stylistic devices. The title of a passage “How to Tame a Tiger” caught my interest and attention very quickly. By choosing this topic, as the reader I began to question what this passage might be about. At the beginning of the passage, the author asked a rhetorical question about the achievements of Tiger Woods, he then concluded the sentence by answering his question. He also listed Tiger Woods achievements; he used an adjective such as “shattered” to exclaim how Tiger surpassed his goal.
“The Wild Life of Christian the Lion” and “Wild Home” share a theme which is letting wild animals grow up free. The poem by Rebecca Kai Dotlich shares the vision that Ace and John had in the story, written by Ted Olson. Both Ace and John knew immediately that they wanted to set Christian the lion free. Ace and John in the story probably visioned Christian lying in the sun with his packmates and being free, which is what the poem is about. Both the story and the poem have lions and both sound like thoughts from a human perspective.
In these poems, “Sympathy” contains a powerful meaning compared to the “Caged Bird” poem. In his poem “Sympathy”, Paul Laurence Dunbar reveals his acknowledgement of his relation to the caged bird by choosing proper diction. During the poem, he emphasis his knowledge of the caged bird’s pain and desire to have freedom by imagery and metaphors. As one analyze these poems, one can affect a person by how meaningful or powerful a certain poem is such as “Sympathy” because many people have sympathy or empathy for African Americans throughout these times of segregation. “Sympathy” proves to be a most meaningful poem for one can relate while others cannot.
I’m Trying My Best We always say that we protect our loved ones from unfamiliar things or situations that may put them in danger, but is this true? . Are protecting our loved ones or ourselves?. The author May Chai Lee in the short story “Saving Sourdi”, it’s a first person perspective that talks about a young sister name Nea that wants to “save” Sourdi the older from a fix marriage that their mother has arrange with an older man. And how Nea deals with this events.
“Tale” can be interpreted as a story that is difficult to believe. Frankly, it is hard to believe that the music of destruction is capable of salvaging people’s broken souls. Moreover, this prose itself is a sort of tale beginning with the brothers’ suffering, followed by an open-hearted communication and ended in mutual understanding and redemption, just as the nature of bebop. Besides, Baldwin perfectly blends the musical element of “rhythm” with the story line. As the major story plot in the prose, the steady life of narrator and free life of Sonny are the representations of the steady bass clef and boogied treble clef respectively in piano blues (Harrison, 2013).
Rob demonstrates the author's theme in the novel "The Tiger Rising" by keeping his emotions to himself. This is proven in the story when the author explains what Rob imagines him doing to his emotions. According to "The Tiger Rising", "He made all his feeling go inside the suitcase, he stuffed them in tight and then sat on the suitcase and locked it shut." This quote proves that Rob demonstrates the theme, don't keep your emotion to yourself.
A rhetoric analysis is essential in identifying and analyzing written and non-academic genres. In this analysis, the rhetoric analysis focuses on two genres namely, a portrait of Leonardo DiCaprio holding his Oscar award alongside the image of a tiger mimicking a “high five” sign. The second analysis is a short article by Wong that highlights Leonardo DiCaprio’s Oscar award and his message on global warming. “Une photo de tiger par jour” has used several rhetoric devices such as captivating images, text, and imagery to convey his message. The picture of a Tiger showing a high five gesture depicts the use of humor and evidence to inform the audience about Leonardo’s Oscar Award and wildlife conservation.
Because of this, he will instead write and type his emails in blue ink. Ruhnke also uses binders of what he refers to as life colors: blue, green, and white. Just like black, Ruhnke also avoids red. Although Ruhnke admits that superstitious rituals are completely irrational and nonsensical, he has no plans to alter his ways. “In 16 capital trials, he said, he has had only two clients sentenced to death and none executed - an accomplishment in a field where the goal is to save a defendant’s life”(pg.
“ Tyger Tyger, burning bright, In the forests of the night; What immortal hand or eye, could frame thy fearful symmetry? ” (Tyger). In the poems “The Tyger” and “The Lamb,” William Blake uses rhyme, symbolism and tone to advance the theme that God can create good and bad creatures. In this poem the speaker is asking a lot of questions like what immortal hand framed such a fearful creature and if he was happy with his creation. The tiger itself appears dangerous but beautiful.
Arthur Cooper, interested in Chinese Culture and history, translated Night Thoughts Afloat. It retained the original meaning that Du Fu wanted to express, use a variety of symbolism and imagery to create a quiet and loneliness mood. First of all, the first two stanzas are the setting of the story, it shows Du Fu’s location, which gives the reader a feeling of peace and loneliness. The mood of the poem is very close to the setting, the surroundings have a big influence on the atmosphere. From the first stanza “By bent grasses In a gentle wind Under straight mast I’m alone tonight”(line1-4), we can easily have a imagery that there must be a strong or violet wind that bent the grasses.
In The Piano Lesson, it’s a piano, co-owned by a brother and sister, carved with the faces of two ancestors. The sister never wants to depart with the piano, and her brother, eager to buy land, wants to sell it — a conflict of preservation of history versus moving on. In the first scene of Fences, a character tries to conceal a watermelon, a device that Wilson uses to reverse the racist connotation of the watermelon-loving minstrel. The Gem of the Ocean does not approach this level of subtle but powerful
Freeman, the art teacher, assisted and encouraged Melinda all year in class to make her tree drawing come alive, which helped make her recognize that it was crucial that she spoke to give herself life. When Melinda first started high school, she showed an evident dislike for the teachers, she even wrote a list called “The First Ten Lies They Tell You In High School” with number one being, “We are here to help you” (5), however as the school year continues, Mr. Freeman continues to encourage Melinda to realize that her tree doesn’t need to be perfect to make it right. Mr. Freeman is a genuinely caring teacher that wants to assist her and makes that overt when he asks, “You’ve been through a lot haven’t you?”
For example, hot seating from ‘The Tiger who came to Tea’ and ‘crime scenes’ in a simulated burglary mystery. These provided rich opportunities for writing and speaking and
Just when they thought things will be better, a city in New Mexico is forced to determine what value really is. Throughout the novella, as Kino’s senses of what’s important in life change, he is forced to cope with the resolution to his internal conflicts. At the beginning of the story, Kino values his family and canoe as the most important things in life. “And this was part of the family song too. Sometimes it rose to an aching chord that caught the throat, saying this is safety, this is warmth, this is the whole” (Steinbeck, 3).
In this case, the poem in the back of the woman in this magazine cover, was written by the founder of the Battling Bare campaign, wanting to share her emotions towards her PTSD husband and make a statement to the world how she’s the one helping him. It went viral and many military wives around the world started to do the same. It provided a feeling of satisfaction and joy for those who felt the same but could not put a label to what they were feeling. It shared the reality behind the men that come back from being deployed and going to war. On the other hand, ethos is another rhetorical tool the magazine used in this cover.