So in the song “Don’t Blink” by Kenny Chesney you realize that life goes faster than you think. This makes the audience realize they need to take life one day at a time. The song uses many rhetorical devices; however, I focused on euphemism and epithet.
The overall idea is love, the opinion that one may have is that one should always have love for someone to be happy and the 3 literary elements that may support one’s topic and opinion is symbols, setting, and characterization. First, symbols in “Growing Up” written by Gary Soto supports the theme that one shouldn’t take anger out on the people they love because something could happen at any time and they will regret what they said. The symbol “garden hose” shows that Maria is upset with her father for not wanting her to stay home. She takes anger out on her father, but she realizes after they leave there has been a horrible accident and so she starts to regret not saying goodbye to her father. She know longer knows if they are safe, so she starts to worry.
To never give up on my dreams, even when the odds are against you, keep moving forward. Her motivation is the reason why I didn’t give up after my junior year of high school when everything seemed to fall apart. I became extremely depressed with my life. During my junior year of high school everything came crashing down. As my brothers enjoyed the college life.
Tea Cake fulfills all three of those things and that is why Janie loves him. He shows her how to love and makes her become aware of the freedom she deserves in a marriage. Janie goes her whole life looking for a special man that meets her standards and finally find
My identity is wrapped up in my love of music because I have been surrounded by it since I was little. When I was a toddler, I would sit for long periods of time and watch videos of kids singing songs. As I grew older I participated in my church's children's choir and even held solos in my elementary school chorus. When I reached middle school I joined my school's middle school chorus in 7th grade as an alto and 8th grade as a soprano. The transition between 8th and 9th grade was important for me because I took up voice lesson in 8th grade and went to my first music camp the summer before 9th grade.
When 6th grade came, I transferred into a Baltimore City Public School since I really wasn’t getting the education I needed at the private school. It was still rough not fitting it. I thought that becoming like the other kids would make me happy, but I was learning new things everyday and I realized in high school that being the outcast is better than being like everyone else. The journey I dealt with in high school was very emotionally tough and life changing.
He, even in her eyes, is not perfect, however they love each other mutually. For once, one of Janie’s husbands is not trying to dominate and make himself superior. Janie states this mutual love for him at their relationship’s beginning by saying, “he could be a bee to a blossom — a pear tree blossom in the spring”(Hurston ). At last, the mutual relationship like a bee and blossom is possible, both benefit and neither feels left out. He teaches her to shoot, hunt, play checkers, and work outside.
MTV shows us the past, present, and future road of where and how music is changing, not only in the music videos but the culture that the music gives to the people. MTV continually stays as the number one music channel for years and many years to come. The channel also influences people to be who they are and to continue everyone’s “being a star” dream from when they created it when one was once little. The channel shows many opportunities for young talented adults to make it to the big leagues with the stars everyone knows today. Many big time
It was a hard time for me to talk to new people because I felt that everyone would stare at my acne or at my mustache. People avoided me, so in turn, I avoided them. I stuck with my two friends for the longest time and learned to be quiet. I kept missing out on amazing opportunities, and I knew that I had to do something or else I would never get the chance to be successful. The key to my success started with my acceptance of my facial problems.
With or without an instrument in my hands, I tend to find myself stuck in the background noise. As an underclassman in high school, I kept to myself, hesitant to put myself out in the open and take risks. Low risk meant safety and comfort; however, the monotony of my initial high schools years mustered up madness in my mind. Change loomed. This past year alone, I’ve participated in class dance-offs, played Powder Puff volleyball, camped out on the football field for band camp, and so much more, all of which being new experiences and emulating my decision to challenge myself with a baritone
Thats the question i ask my self everyday these past couple of months. I feel as if I never made my own decisions in life. I always depended on my guardians and others to help make my decisions . It’s good to get help from others to make decisions but not all the time. There were time where I would like to do certain things and i would ask a friend how they felt about it and if they negatively commented I would automatically change my mind , there would be parties I would not want to go to but the people i surrounded my self around wanted to go I would force my self to go.
David talked about a famous composer Leonard Bernstein’s work from a British perspective. For the British, they thought those American composers just too much praise how great they were in their work. Leonard Bernstein the American composer who were multi talented in musician. For his pieces Candide and West Side Story which performed in London, but those pieces received opposite comments. They thought Bernstein and American musicians had not lucid between ‘light’ and ‘serious’ music, and they did not respect music, because they did many musical and symphony together.
The composer I chose is Edward MacDowell. He was an American composer during the Romantic Era. I chose him because I found there were not that many American composers to choose from. He also studied abroad which I found interesting. He was also a famous for his music both in the United States and Europe.