I came to the front, which said, “Enter if you dare.” I snickered to myself, in such, pitying the man. When I opened the door, all I saw were cobwebs, everywhere. They covered everything, making the walls white, like snow. The dim lighting in the foyer made the room especially eerie. There was a dark staircase leading upstairs straight ahead of me, so that’s where I proceeded to.
Jimmy Neutron looked at the Hard book in his hands and felt Angry. He walked over to the window and reflected on his Dark surroundings. He had always hated Cold Paris with its rotten, rainy River Blue. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel Angry. Then he saw something in the distance, or rather someone.
The story shows a bleak image of a normal suburban house at dusk, nothing seems out of the ordinary until a stranger comes by to visit. Instantly the stranger is shown to be off putting and worries both the parents with his presence “It was as if a force of nature, had swept its way into their house!” The stranger continues to have a supernatural element about him until he is forced to leave even then he leaves something dark in every room he visited and it festers inside the house like a cancer “… the patterned wallpaper seemed drained of color; a shadow lay upon it shaped like a bulbous cloud or
Ironically, he kills him using the weapon that he is fighting himself--fire. Montag does not feel like he has much alternative other than torching his boss. One way that this relates to our current world is there continues to be many murders and deaths. The same thing applies to Fahrenheit 451. At one point Clarisse says "I'm afraid of children my own age.
Light May Come but Darkness Always Follows An elderly, crippled man walks into the bunkhouse, stumbling on his feet. Following him is a smelly, debilitated dog who slows more and more as the darkness creeps in. All the lustrous, shining glow has been stolen from the sky and replaced with the grave, dingy black horizon. In John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, descriptions of darkness reveal future events. Brightness symbolizes happy memories, and darkness foreshadows loss.
The cold within him froze his old features, nipped his pointed nose, shrivelled his cheek, stiffened his gait; made his eyes red, his thin lips blue; and spoke out shrewdly in his grating voice. A Frosty rime was on his head, and on his eyebrows, and his wiry chin. He carried his own low temperature always about with him; he iced his office in the dog-days; and didn’t thaw it one degree at Christmas.” (Dickens #3) When Dickens describes Scrooge 's childhood, he uses personification to put emphasis on how 'merry ' the sound of the young boys is by saying 'the crisp air laughed to hear it! ' The sound of the boys playing and shouting is so delightful that even the 'air ' is laughing. The effect of this personification is to show how everything is affected by the good nature of the children.
Have you heard the sayings “#BlackLivesMatter or #WhiteLivesMatter or even #BlueLivesMatter. All these quotes were made because of all the police brutality going on around in the world. People are killing police officers or the other way around with, you guessed it! Guns. As Vice News says “.No one really has a gun.
Kunchok Dingyon Mr. Fletcher English Lit AP March 25, 2018 The Cigarette The physician pushes open the door, a cold breeze chills his face. He reaches into his jacket for his smokes, drawing out a long white cigarette. "Bum me a fag?" The physician turns and hands the brit a cigarette. The brit lights them both up with a "snik" of his lighter.