Journal Day Entry Two While having a long great discussion with my girlfriend about a topic that I would have never come across my mind, it was about further education. It is true, there are many different ways to receive education for example, trade school, online, university, community college, junior college, or even military. Out of all that was mentioned earlier, the most popular forms of education is online, going to a university or a community college, or even joining the military. It is unusual to me to hear about junior and trade school.
All that was on my mind was where that sneaky little cat had gone. After finishing my breakfast, I got up and opened the door. As I opened the door, I looked down on the ground and felt my jaw drop to the floor. “You’re back!!” I exclaimed.
I struggled no more, but the agony of my soul found vent in one loud, long, and final scream of despair. I felt that I tottered upon the brink—I averted my eyes.” This piece of text is suspenseful because the reader would be suspenseful about how he survives since they would already know that he makes out alive because he is telling this
The author focuses on the black and feminine experience of the black women in the white society. Her feminine identity as well as her radical identity has molded her vision of the city. More important was Brook’s objective treatment of issues such as identity Crisis and racism. In the collection of A Street in Bronzeville, the characters range from the death-in-life figure of a woman in Obituary for a living lady. The unnamed woman in the poem, a person Brooks knew well.
While the Watson family is dreaming profoundly, they don’t hear the floor moan until the bed makes a whole on the floor. Mr. and Mrs. Watson saw Mercy skedaddled from bed thinking she was going to get help from the fire department; however, Mercy was escaping to search for the hot buttered toast she has been dreaming about. 2. Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride Mercy Watson love car rides, yet not as much as she loves hot buttered toast. Mr. Watson loves to take Mercy Watson in his convertible for a car ride, so one Saturday afternoon Mr. Watson and Mercy Watson take the convertible on the road.
Walker’s essay shows the dehumanization and abuse that black women have endured for years. She talks about how their creativity was stifled due to slavery. She also tells how black women were treated more like objects than human beings. They entered loveless marriages and became prostitutes because of the injustice upon them. Walker uses her mother’s garden to express freedom, not only for her but for all the black women who had been wronged.
“I can tell you’ve started to come around, at least a little bit and that makes me hap-,” Matt’s thought was interrupted by the light of a flashlight. “Run!” he yelled as he ran in the opposite direction from them, creating a lot of noise in the process. Kat and Lucy sprinted for
During their argument the boiler was hissing, and when the narrator was trying to lower the pressure, the boiler explodes leaving the narrator paralyzed. The narrator gets treated by the factory doctor and he was told by the doctor that he needs to find a job that more suitable him. The narrator leaves the factory hospital and he collapses on the street when he left the subway. The narrator was helped by Mary, who took the narrator to her house. When the narrator got better, he left the house.
He moved sluggishly at first, but even as she turned round and round, jumped up and down in an insanity of fear, he began to stir vigorously. She saw him pouring his awful beauty from the basket upon the bed, then she seized the lamp and ran as fast as she could to the kitchen. The wind from the open door blew out the light and the darkness added to her terror. She sped to the darkness of the yard, slamming the door after her before she thought to set down the lamp. She did not feel safe even on the ground, so she climbed up in the hay barn.”
Anna was screaming on the top of her lungs because she found her mother lying on the floor bleeding. ’’Mother who did this to you’’ said Anna. A british soldier who killed your father’’ said Mary. Then Mary took her last breath and passed away. Anna was sobbing because her mother died like her
Entry 1: I was returning home to Washington when I heard the dreadful news. The Army of Northern Virginia surrendered to Union General Grant after a crushing defeat. I talked with two of my loyal companions David Herold and Lewis Powell telling them that Abraham Lincoln will not be the president anymore after I am through with him.
Jackson’s heart sped as he ran towards his home. He could hear the pumping of his heart and the sound of his feet hitting the concrete. He turned onto his street and immediately slowed down, the door to his house sat wide open. The door let out a creak as his fingers grazed against the dark oak. In the living room, a light haired man sat facing the door.