With regards to his tightfisted character, Scrooge lives in a little suite of to a great extent empty rooms inside the house which he keeps dull and frosty since "obscurity is shabby" (whatever remains of the rooms in the building having been let out as workplaces). While he opens his entryway Scrooge is startled to see the spooky face of Marley rather than the natural appearance of his entryway knocker. This is only the start of Scrooge's nerve racking night. As Scrooge ascensions the staircase of his home he supposes he sees a train funeral wagon energizing the stairs before him out of the loop. As he gets to his room, puts on his robe, and eats his gruel by the chimney, he sees the carvings on his mantelpiece change into pictures of Jacob Marley's face.
The blind man then has the speaker draw what a cathedral looks like, and he placed his hand on top of the speaker’s while he drew. He then asks the speaker to close his eyes and draw it, and the speaker has an epiphany, saying that he felt placeless, and was feeling like he never did before. I believe that this was him realizing the importance of understanding and empathy. However, in Car Crash While Hitchhiking, the speaker does not change throughout the story. He was on a lot of drugs in the story, and at the end the author depicts him being in some sort pf psych ward.
The Null “President Tonald Drump under pressure as more riots break out in support of Null Rights. Drump says that he will begin working on improving the laws in respect to Null Rights, right after he finishes constructing the Great Wall of Xemico…” says the News anchor on the diner’s TV. The bell above the door rang as a young man enters the cosy diner from the dark, stormy night outside. He takes off his weathered raincoat and gently hangs it on the coat stand. Lifting his head, he examines his new surroundings.
In a lonely street where to the sun is about to set in, you come home from school to see that your dad is just greeting you in front of the house but the only love the best is your mom. Every day when you miss her, you try to call her and write the letter to her better than seeing her face to face is the best where the son heart is at. In Enrique Journey by Sonia Nazario, shows an enormously sad reaction in this book. Immigrant is a big issue in the Mexico because they risk a lot of their live to find their mom in the United State where she finds work and sent money to the Mexico. The shocking feeling to the family because like most mom when the family are in poverty, tells their kid “Sleep facedown so you stomach won’t growl so much” ( pg 9) because it will cause a problem to the stomach when there are no food going inside.
Smith stepped to the side to call her husband about dinner. As she was speaking to him, nobody noticed when a man dressed all in black and wearing sunglasses slipped his gloved hand behind the booth and grabbed the little brown bag holding all the money the booster club had earned that night. As he was walking off, Mrs. Smith returned to the booth to find the bag missing. She asked all the other sponsors if they had moved it, or seen it, but when they hadn’t, she began to panic. Meanwhile, the thief had thrown away the brown bag and his gloves, and started to make his way back to the motel he was staying at.
“Every day in America, another 28 people die as a result of drunk driving crashes.” That is 28 too many. In 2014 Budweiser advertised a commercial promoting to be responsible when you are drinking. The storyline of the commercial is of a man and his dog and their life together. Well one night the man decided to go out with friends leaving the dog behind and as the man is leaving it shows him carrying a 6 pack of beer out the door as he tells the dog, Buddy, that he will see him later. Buddy waited all night for his owner to come home but he never showed and the commercial goes to a black screen and says that for some the waiting never ended while in the background you can hear the dog whining and then the screen says that we can change that.
The man walks into kitchen, he starts to prepare food however always forgets where things have been put. After much confusion he sits at the table and begins to write a letter which reads “Dear Oliver” the hand pauses, after some time he continues to write as he eats. The phone rings. The man answers and begins to talk but pauses as he can’t think of a word. Shots of the man getting up and leaves the house but comes back in to get his wallet and keys happen in a fast
Scrooge sees Marley in the pictures and is convinced that he had eaten something bad. When Past come to see him she takes him to a Christmas that passed by when he was a small boy. In the scene a little Scrooge is sitting by himself neglected by his friends. The boy, solitary lives inside his head. After Present comes and shows Scrooge two places he takes him to his nephew’s house where he and someone is talking and having a good time.
He returns and cannot discuss the war in the way he was exposed, instead he is expected to have heroic accounts of his time in battle. In “Soldier's Home” by Ernest Hemingway, he uses dialogue, juxtaposition, and setting to show that the effect war has on soldiers who return from war makes them feel out of place from society. Dialogue used throughout the text places imagery into our minds and we can picture ourselves at the family table during the morning when Krebs is eating breakfast with his mother. Both of Harold Krebs parents are very worried about him after he has been at home from the war for about a month and has not decided on a career path at home. “‘I've worried about you too much, Harold,’ his mother went on.
I knew it a definite potential of calming me down, although I was quite mistaken. Every five minutes I was looking down at my phone, anticipating to see a message from my dad. After twenty minutes of constant anxiety filling the room, Joy jumped out of her seat and decided to take us all on a shopping trip. Shopping is one of my favorite hobbies, so I was first to accept this much needed trip of enjoyment. I knew I could never make it through the day sitting at home staring at a blank screen.