It forms the quality of the light within which we predicate our hopes and dreams toward survival and change, first made into language, them into idea, then into more tangible action.” As Alike struggled with being able to come out to her family she kept a notebook full of writings that she only shared with her advisor. In the beginning of the film when she read her work to her advisor she told her it was okay, just average. As the film progresses she experiences a lot more hardships and life changing moments that help shape her. She using her writing it express all of her emotions. She expresses her sufferings and fears, while also expressing her new strengths and contentment with life.
It shows Pen that true love between friends is being able to overcome adversities, and come out stronger than ever. Lastly, true love to Pen is one that holds no restrictions or boundaries. Pen has grown up in a household very disapproving of her her sexuality and looks. Her parents have tried to confine and punish their daughter into a very tiny box. Blake, her crush and later girlfriend, shows Pen a whole new world.
It will give the silenced Haiti its literary voice once again. In the book, Krik Krak, a series of short stories, the author, Danticat, utilizes juxtaposition to create indecisive characters that in return create the overall mood of sympathy throughout the book. The specific examples that display indecisive characters, creating the general sense of sympathy are Guy, Marie, and the night woman. In the beginning of the book, the short story, “A Wall of Fire Rising,” Guy, one of the main characters is held in a personal crisis about his life as a man and status. For example, Guy seems to be depressed for the life he has and has given to his family.
Flannery O 'Connor often used common stereotypes in her short stories, only to subvert them later in order to change her audiences ' perception or judgments of people. Especially considering the time that she was living in, Flannery O 'Connor’s writing style and critique of culture would be a slap in the face to many of her readers. Upsetting her audiences’ expectations and judgments of people seems to be her specialty. Some of her characters that exhibit this the most are The Misfit from A Good Man is Hard to Find, Manly from Good country people, and the teen girl from Revelation. These three characters all seem to be a certain type person, and the main character from each short story sees and judges them that way.
Vanderhaeghe’s writing often specifies the importance of going against society’s standards. Through his story, he shows the comparison between a round, dynamic character, to a flat, self-indulged woman. His writing proves that those who suffer undergo change in a way only they can understand. Vanderhaeghe was a writer that felt strongly towards speaking out for those who could not. Many of his stories represented a fight for emotional survival that were not always won.
The reader will root for him as he struggles to do as much as he can for the accused. Just Mercy really makes the reader think as they read and makes them sympathize with the plights of both Stevenson and his clients. Stevenson’s novel definitely deserves to belong on the bestseller
Then as we read on we realize that it becomes important as a new character enters into the story that brings conflict and problems along with him. Even little details that the author writes into the story are integrated into the main idea. McCarthy also includes many clever examples of the literary element irony in this story. The reader notices that Grady seems to have a less than perfect relationship with his father and mother who have divorced. We as readers are also able to understand the humor that is portrayed by the author 's use of verbal irony.
While Linda puts the blame on others, Matt and Jamie take the hardships and work to fix them. After reading the story, it helps us to re-evaluate our choices. Where most give up when they hit a dead-end, others push through it. That’s what needs to be done. Instead of obsessing over the problem, work to better
A short poem similar to “Good Times” by Lucille Clifton normally would lack dimension and artistic value, however, through Clifton’s masterful writing and specific use of repetition, she elevates the poem to a noteworthy level, telling a complex story in a dense 18 lines. The short, repetitive poem lists an litany of momentary positives that juxtapose the more abundant times that are characterized by hardship. In focusing on “good times,” Clifton reveals the conflict between the present situation and previous memories. In “Good Times,” repetition is used in multiple ways to expose the complexity and depth of a single
No matter who and where people are, they face hardships and struggle for getting better in this or that situation. Writers try to cope with their scuffles by writing. Writing is one way of pain relief and also connection with those who keep up with them and their work. One of such writers was F. Scott Fitzgerald who wrote the collection of essays; the Crack-up that mainly gives the impression of being a monologue starving to be a dialogue. The author used the technique of simply addressing his ideas to the readers by breaking the formality.