Are story endings essential? How can endings affect our story? Endings are anticipated by the reader, it’s the readers aim while reading any story. Without the ending the reader would feel confused, lost and maybe even frustrated because the story is left at the falling action, which contains all the suspense. Endings wrap up the story, leaving the reader thinking and imagining, in some other stories, leaving the reader surprised and shocked.
Furthermore, the mother started by telling her shush “you must not tell anyone” (Brave Orchid). This is a creative way to start a story. It challenges the reader to want to continue reading because it makes the reader wonder why can’t Maxine not allow to tell this secret? In the story “What Writing Is” Stephen King has creative ways of attaining his reader’s attention. He makes it clear that writing is about mind-reading and ensures he has audiences full participate by creating a personal type of tone.
In my family, we may get mad and fight and want each other to leave but in the end we would never let someone move out because of it. Another thing stood out is how Papa-Daddy talked about Sister and Stella-Rondo. I found it interesting that he was so open to telling everyone how the thought Stella-Rondo had a “brilliant mind” and how he didn’t know how Sister was smart enough to even sort the mail in the post office or if she was smart enough to even read it. This spoke volumes to me about the culture that Sister was raised in and how much differently things where back then. I believe that the Eudora Welty’s vision for this story was strongly influenced by her culture and by her gender.
Whether it relies on primary or secondary data, issues with missing data are constant and even significant in any form of research. (S1) Irrespective of the environment, subject matter and database used, missing values occur. Missing values are those situations where no data is stored for a variable in a given observation. (S2) Missing data are variables without observations or simply questions without answers. (S4) If any data on any variable from any participant is not present, the researcher is dealing with missing or incomplete data.
On the journey Christopher learned that anything that he puts his mind to is possible as long as he is brave. Christopher has all these weird quirks about him that make him autistic, but the quirks that he has overcome to continue on his different journeys allows him to find who killed Wellington, where his book was, and to get to his mother. Christopher learns that there are some things that you can not do in society and that telling a lie is not right. Since his father lied to him it made Christopher more determined to run away and find his mother. This idea pushed Christopher to accomplish his hopes and dream with taking his math classes and going to a university.
This reading went well for me because when I began to read more of the novel, I was actually able to answer my previous question before, making me better understand what I’ve read. However, the most challenging thing was the jealously that the mother had experienced towards Dana because I can actually relate to her and her obsession of their loved one to notice them. The strategies that I used to figure some things out would include me reading at a slower pace to better understand what I was reading, as well as analyzing on how the title can relate to the pages I was reading. Finally, when I read, I remembered tha teariler in the book that Dana concluded that Dana would teleport back to her time whenever her life is in-danger during her time
I just want someone to hear what I have to say. And maybe if I talk long enough, it 'll make sense. And I want you to teach me to understand what I read." (Bradbury 78) Books to him are a way to communicate with others. He is frustrated that everyone else is blind to that.
He speeches was written to everyone in the audience but also himself. “a slave to your own head” (310) and “its about making it…without wanting to shot yourself in the head” (313), his words weren’t evidence to his own life since he did commit suicide yet it serves as truth that he wishes all of them will live through the words he couldn’t anymore. He wanted to influence others to consciously go through life and live it up, and though it’s hard to live in the moment and always be happy especially to others approach life with excitement because, it won’t be easy but……just keep
As I read the story, it was difficult to stay focused on the main plot because of the depth of detail the author provides. I read the story again, using all the details hoping to gain an insight into what the point of the story was. I did not come out with a clear meaning and insight into anything, leaving me disappointed. Kokernot’s extraneous details makes for a difficult read, but focusing on the main theme of love offers an entertaining read. The short story begins with the end of a wedding reception.
Teen suicide, a disease infecting all humanity, the last, and single solution is ‘The Program’. Very miniscule mistakes could get you or someone close to you flagged, they will be taken to a place of treatment, but when they come back their memories will all be gone. Those in charge of the program see this method as helpful, but all they are doing is putting empty people into society. Sloane thinks she is happy, that she will not be taken into The Program, but she’s not okay. Every day at school she answers two questions; In the past day have you felt lonely or overwhelmed?
This type of suspense also causes the reader to “have to” keep reading. A few pages later, the author creates suspense again when Sorrento says “sit down Wade.” Even though they have his home wired with explosives, he still logs out. The author again drops off and waits at least half a page until he makes the bomb go off. Once again, the reader has to think “was he bluffing or not” and makes the reader continue to read when suddenly, bang, there 's your
We, the reader are able to understand the entire novel. After reading the novel, we can distinguish the character’s standard or so. For instance, there is a lot of grammatical error in Myrtle’s play because she is not an Ivy League graduate, but she pretends to be like people from East Egg. His writing styles are appealing (appeals the emotions), emotional more than logical (they make decision with full of emotions which might not be a good idea esp. when Wilson killed Gatsby), intellectual (Ivy League graduates and their way to handle the situation esp.