TV shows such as the CW’s Riverdale are notorious for being overly melodramatic and pointlessly complicated simply for the sake of drama. Books hiding under the cover of discussing “real world issues” that do not actually offer any comment on the issues are huge sellers because they tease at the idea of having a strong meaning. People love to identify with worst-case scenarios but hate to actually live them. As a result, books like the ones mentioned above are easy sellers, and thus, publishers love to push
Moreover, these two author do not resemble on the way, they interact with people and nature; Knight’s attitude is impatient; Bartram is enthusiastic. Their multicultural approaches are distinct; Knight is selective depending on social class and Bartram is very accessible. Regardless of her personality, Knight demonstrates the capacity of women to survive, even on rough voyages; she does not display herself, as the victim, on the contrary, she always finds the way to achieve her destination. A clever and smart woman with a comical narration that makes anyone to enjoy the story; her narrative story gives an excellent picture of early colonizers society. In spite of her critical comments, she exhibits an excellent portrait of rural life.
In fact, Jane has learned quite a bit through positive influences such as her best friend, Helen Burns and Mr. Rochester. Not only have they helped her become more introspective, but assisted her in flourishing as a person. It is crucial to have someone with an alternate perspective, who will ensure that you don’t lose your way. Helen was genuinely a great influence on Jane and taught her to seek out the best in people. While Helen assists Jane in correcting her pessimism and negative attitude, she does not do so in a harmful manner but, instead, encourages Jane, telling her that she is “too impulsive, too vehement” and that there is so much more to the world than meets the eye (99).
Julia does truly love Winston. Throughout the work of the novel, she is drawn to Winston even though he is around 10-15 years older than she is; this is because she is drawn to his rebellious personality. “It was something in your face. I thought I’d take a chance.” She also shows her love by her carefully planned recklessness; she does the best she can to make sure their relationship stays a secret so that they won’t be caught and separated. When O’Brien asked if she and Winston would be prepared to separate from each other, Julia abruptly interrupts with a no.
Drake was more of a fill-in. Rihanna was always a very honest person and didn’t lie about it. She told to Angie Martinez: “I definitely was attracted to Drake, but I think it is what it is, like it was what it was. We didn’t want to take it any further. It was at a really fragile time in my life, so I just didn’t want to get too serious with anything or anyone at that time.” When Chris Brown saw all the scenes between Drake and Rihanna, he somehow reappeared in her life in 2012, they were together again… but only for a short time.
“SO I AINT NO GOOD GIRL” In this story “SO I AINT NO GOOD GIRL”, written by Sharon Flake, I felt that the author really made the characters realistic and normal. Simply because the way the characters show themselves to the readers .also the way the readers display themselves, it makes everything seem so real. Because she is dating Raheem and is very protective of him and that is very real in the actual world today. But with Raheem he shows a personality that u can really learn to dislike or hate. And that is another reason why Raheem shows real human boy or teenager characteristics.
The imagery in this novel is what immediately hooked me into the story, I thoroughly enjoyed the detailed descriptions of each character, which was a pleasant surprise after our last reading, which failed miserably to do the same. The detailed descriptions are extremely beneficial to the storyline because it helps move the plot along while also further enticing the reader in the process. Also, I quickly noticed that unlike any of our other readings, the main female characters are permitted to have vices. The women are allowed to be promiscous and to drink alcohol. We see this immediately through the unrefined and "un-ladylike” behavior of Carmen and Vivian.
Although some parts of Cinder was really predictable and I felt that the plot twist ran up and punches you in the face on only the first chapter. But I quickly got over this because the story was engaging and interesting. Even though I didn’t like the sound of the plot it was really interesting and really well done. It 's bold and I applaud Marissa Meyer for thinking this up. The story is a retelling of Cinderella, with other fairy tales mixed in.
Anne Frank A Light in the Dark Anne Frank once said, “I keep my ideals, because in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.” Many people know that Anne Frank was an extraordinary diarist, truly an optimist, and a spunky, energetic girl, but did they know that she was wise beyond her years? She changed the world by blessing humanity with her extraordinary literature skills and imagination. She showed that even in horrible times, people could make the most out of it, and not wallow in their misery. She left a legacy as the light in the dark. Earlier times leading up to the arrest of Anne Frank and her Annex family were full of interesting events and emotion.
It was like the author was trying too hard for this book to be fun and light and cute... but it just seemed silly and poorly written. I hate saying things like this, but when it becomes that big of an issue for me I have to point it out. Also, all of Braswell 's characters, both the old and the new, had one major flaw: lack of characterization. It 's as if Braswell expected the reader to use and be satisfied with prior knowledge. I was not satisfied.