The author uses figurative language to strengthen the poem by adding more detail.He explains what things feel like,sound like,look like, and even taste like.Without figurative language the writing would be boring and short.the imagery describes how the setting looked and gave the reader more knowledge.In the poem “Oranges” by Gary soto the boy has an orange in his hand and describes it as fire in his hand. Constructed response The boy in “Oranges” the boy puts and orange and a nickel on the counter when his girlfriend gets a chocolate bar that cost a dime.This action shows that the boy is generous and
In the story, “How a Melted Bar of Chocolate Changed Our Kitchens”, it very much showed how making a mistake could possibly lead to an amazing discovery. One day, Percy Spencer was standing next to a Magnetron that he had created earlier, and noticed an unusual heat by it. He noticed that his chocolate bar had melted, so he decided to try something else. He placed
Silent Racism George Saunders ' "The Semplica Girl Diaries", is written in the style of a diary in which the narrator of the diary is a lower middle-class father is just trying to make ends meet. The father seems to have good intentions by always putting his family 's happiness as his priority; however, the consequences of his actions never seem to be quite as good. One lucky day he happens to stumble upon a winning lottery ticket and as expected, he spends it on objects he believes will make his family happy. Yet in the end it turns out that winning the lottery was more of a curse than a blessing. One of the biggest purchases from his lottery money was four Semplica Girls, who essentially hung out in the lawn like pieces of decoration.
Brian Sugrim Child of Rosita sugrim Who loves cookies and chocolate Who hates school Who wants people to see him in heaven when they die Who wishes good things about himself Who dreams about making himself better everyday Who is determined to do his best Who wants to be joyful all the time Who is proud of all his accomplishments. Who graduated ps.7 Who lives in brooklyn New York Brian Sugrim
However, later in the movie there is a low angle on Charlie that makes him appear large and powerful. Burton uses this to suggest to the audience that Charlie has overcome his fear of being different and has become successful by owning the chocolate
This kiss was important in starting Daisy and Gatsby’s love affair, and without Nick or his conveniently placed house there might have not ever been a love affair between the two. One of the last things that gives this house significance would be that this house is where Nick started out, where he did his reading and thinking, he never would've gotten the invite from Gatsby to attend one of his lavish parties, one of the few maybe the only to ever actually receive an invitation to one of his parties, which then caused the meeting between Gatsby and Nick and Gatsby’s request, through Jordan, ”he wants to know, if you’ll invite Daisy to your house some afternoon and then let him come over” (Fitzgerald 78). Where if that meeting never happens almost nothing in this story would’ve happened the way it did if Nick’s house didn’t
Well my thesis is that when Robert frost says nothing gold can stay he means that childhood views are going to disappear with hate and the never stopping search for money and power. And I think this because children see magic in everything but adults have a hard time doing so and this heavily ties in with the stories main plot and characters. Now later on in this writing I will be giving great documentation of pony two bit Johnny dally darry and soda tying into this idea of mine. And I think a lot of people agree with me on my idea of how this ties in with childhood. Now i think this ties in with real life well because when some people are really old and they don 't really see a magic in the world at all in anything anymore there gold is
Charlie Gordon: A Genius or a Dunce? If you had the chance to increase your intelligence and take the risk of any side effects, would you do it? In Flowers For Algernon, a short story by Daniel Keyes, Charlie Gordon most definitely would. Charlie Gordon is a middle-aged man who has an IQ of 68 but loves to learn. When he is asked to be part of an experiment that could make him smarter, he agrees, not knowing that the effects will wear off after a while.
By following up on this dream I found happiness and another one! Eventually me and Scout are gonna hunt down that weird old man my momma told be ‘bout and we is going to buy the cutest little child we can find! Then I’ma get my dream job. I am going to be the first happy clown! Jem said that’s not how it works, but I’ll find a way.
Smoke rose from the cancer stick, Yoongi put it between his lips and inhaled he smoke deep into his throat and lungs. The boys thought Yoongi had quit--since his smoking habit used to be strong-- but they all knew the Mint headed boy lied so they wouldn 't worry about him. Everyone knew Yoongi was a sweet and kind boy. He was raised happily until his parents bullshitted his future on majoring in Music Theory, he always bought cake if it were anyones birthday, he would always be the one to show up at anyone 's house if they needed someone, he would randomly buy his friends presents if he thought they would like them, when Jimin was insecure about losing his abs he made sure the boy ate food instead of dieting. The phrase "Actions speak louder than words."