This shows naturalism because the quote is true and she has lost a lot within lots of time. Willa Cather also uses the quote “There is something frank and joyous and young in the open face of the country. It gives itself ungrudgingly to the moods of the season, holding nothing back. Like the plains of Lombardy, it seems to rise a little to meet the sun. The air and the earth are curiously mated and intermingled, as if the one were the breath of the other.
Dear Simon Bolivar Buckner, 12/01/2016 I am Yasmine and i go for the North side. All we want is to keep our country back together. You should join us because in our constitution all men are free, and the south doesn’t follow our constitution. So basically in the south all slaves aren’t treated equally.
Southern Colonies Geography: flat, good fertile soil, long growing season for crops, warm tempatures. To the East is is the Alantic ocean and to the west is the Appalachian mountains. Religion: religious freedom motivated many to settle in colonies. English Catholics founded Maryland, Tolerence act supported tolerence among Christian faiths. Economy: agricultral, plantations, cash crops play a big role in the economy.
The American Dream is the belief that any person regardless of background is open to equal opportunities which allows to them to attain all aspirations and their definition of success. George and Lennie both want to own their own farm. The farm will be 10 acres with a windmill, a small shack and their own house. They will grow fruit trees, tend their vegetable patches and raise their own livestock. This will allow them to ‘live offa the fat of the lan’’ Lennie’s ultimate and persistent dream is that on the plot they can build a rabbit hutch where Lennie can tend to them.
In Bartram’s reading I raised questions about how well detailed he described the place in the assignment. To me he seems as though he is very intact with every little detail about nature. For example, "s. The soil pretty good, producing Live Oak, Water Oak, Hickory, Linden, Mulberry, Elm, Magnolia grandiflora; this sort of land is too high for the produce of rice, but is very proper for Corn, Indigo, and Cotton" he talks about the details of soil you can tell that he knows his plants and what they’re able to be grown in and how there able to grow. His attitude is very Joyful and interested towards the different things such as plants, flowers and things small such as pine cones. In the Florida readers it states that he was brought up around
It is efficient, peaceful, and the people appear to be content and fulfilled (at least until the Enterprise comes). The idea of a garden-esque paradise, present throughout many religious stories, is also alluded to in the episode, with the entire colony designed almost like a large garden, where people and plant live together in harmony. I think an important question the episode brings up is whether or not a utopia being a utopia automatically makes it the best type of society. Utopias will always be imperfect because humans are incapable of being perfect. The colony is so fragile that any outside interference—even for the best purposes—could be the destruction of the society.
Although, with Christ and his Word in our schools, homes, and workplaces we could possibly be a spiritually stronger nation. We have our rights as to whether it is in or out, but by removing the Bible from our lives we are only hurting ourselves. Not everyone has the same thoughts or religion, so not everyone will agree which is why we have courts, judges, and majority