From “Living Like Weasels”, by Annie Dillard, To “The Sky Tree” by the Huron Tradition, these separate texts and the times they have been told have a lot of things in common. They represent each other on how these two really different text styles the perform in. The first text is “Living Like Weasels”, by Annie Dillard. One day she was sitting by a pond and enjoying nature.
It was a normal day at School everybody looked and acted the same until one person came and changed everything and that person was named Brianna Ostrowski Chapter 1 One Day a girl named a Brianna Ostrowski was just walking into her classroom when she saw everybody messing around so,she hurried up and stopped them by saying loudly “Stop Right Now!” immediately they stopped and stared at Brianna. One person was sitting at her desk talking to her friend. These two people were named Hope Harbin and Drew Chard they were really funny.
Chapter 1 Summary: In the first chapter, we meet Colin Singleton, and we learn how bad his life is right now. When we first meet Colin he is in a tub taking a bath because his number one policy in life is to never do anything standing up that could easily be done sitting down. While Colin is in the tub we learn that he is a child prodigy, and he wants to have a Eureka moment like Archimedes had when he discovered volume could be measured by water displacement. Also, we learn that his 19th girlfriend whose name is Katherine, and all the girls’ names before that was Katherine dumps Colin.
In my first analysis paper, I looked at the novels Shane by Jack Schaefer and The Virginian by Owen Wister and I focused on how one’s body motion/image can make a cowboy who he is. In my second paper, I analyzed the novel True Grit by Charles Portis and the Coen Brothers’ film version of No Country for Old Men and looked at how a characters dress shows how they are assumed to act but that does not mean that they will act that way. In this paper, I will examine the novels Shane, The Virginian, and True Grit and look how well-organized clothing universally indicates a person with an organized mind with a sense of knowledge and how that affects how people will perceive them. In the novel Shane, the story focuses on the events that
“When shall we three meet again in thunder lighting or in rain? When the hurly- burly done when the battles lost and won.” Sir Macduff awake from your sleep come and hear from us three under the pecan tree. Awake I am what is it that I need to hear from you ladies? Sir MacDuff it has come to our attention that you have become to brave and courageous for you have won multiple wars.
Munny gets angry at the news that Little Sue tells him, about Ned’s death. He want for justice for those responsible in Ned's death fuel his anger. Munny anger leads him to town seeking justice of those who he viewed culprits. He walked downtown and sees Ned’s body which brings him more anger. This is because he is on display on the street like cheap merchandise.
4,000 years ago Rumplestiltskin and the Icemaster were walking through the woods when they found a castle. Inside the castle lies the legendary Paul Mccartney. Rumplestiltskin said, to the ice master, “Yoko, Paul Mccartney is in there, we should tear apart his band; The Beatles.” Paul Mccartney has the power to relax anyone just by using his voice. The Icemaster knew he had that power and if he calmed her down it would make her weak so she wouldn't be strong enough to kill him, so she decided to freeze his vocal chords!
In Fran Ross’s Oreo, the main character, Christine Clark, epitomizes an innovative representation of racial diversity. Nicknamed Oreo, she is a combination of African-American and Jewish lineage. As a result, her ethnical diversity serves as a source of Oreo’s personal authority throughout her quest to find her absent father. While Ross incorporates a portion of Greek mythology’s Theseus tale, she uses parody to reinvert biracial authority into the story.
In the passage Making Sarah Cry also in Don't Give Up the Fight, they both show perseverance because even though they are both getting bullied they both keep trying their hardest but people still made fun of them and teased them. In Don't Give Up The Fight, Ava was playing in a league. In Making Sarah Cry, Sarah was playing at recess time in an elementary school. Even though the theme was the same the characters actions were different.
Elie from night begins the story as a child who cries when he prays and begs to learn more about his religion “I cried because… because something inside me felt it needed to cry” (4). Inhumane circumstance led to a cause of tears of confusion. Two key themes for inhumanity are lose of faith and also inhumane. Through the book they are oodles characters who try to hold onto their faith, but after all the inhumanity lose it. In fact, when passing by the crematorium Elie shows he is no longer afraid of it “very close to us stood the tall chimney of the crematorium furnace.