Coke. Does she have any left? Find the wrap, in the bra.” (p. 2, ll.28-31) There is many commas – pauses – in the quote to show her work of thought. It is based on small, short thoughts, first about getting dressed, then the essay, then drugs. It is quite chaotic and messy, which is possibly why she seems unfocused.
Liz Lochhead uses literary devices and techniques to show the stereotypical views on the way women talks. Onomatopoeia was used when presenting the annoyance of women talk. In the poem, it said that ‘’Women Yap Yap Yap’’ (34). Repetition of the word yap puts emphasis on the how women talk continuously. Yap is like a sound of dog barking.
It even has a labyrinth garden as if to keep visitiors out. Reflecting Ms. Winter’s tendency to live in isolation. Meanwhile, it is pointed out several times in the book that The Angelfield’s house doesn’t face the right way. As if it doesn’t welcome visitors, but repels them which then we learn in the book that The Angelfield didn’t do well with
From the tone of her voice, I can see that she was fuming; there wasn’t any common sense in her now. I put on a jacket and a pair of old jeans before I rushed down the stairs with my tangled hair. I couldn’t even take a glimpse at the mirror to get a hint of what I looked like, unquestionably a wreck. The school week was nearly over; it was exceedingly long. It’s good that the Easter and mid-term holiday are coming up; some time away from school would be nice.
She then notices a large clock on a building that tells her that despite everything she has sufficient time to purchase the ink for the printer. Once again, she is occupied by the river, however this time she is settled. She strolls through a crevice in the structures to take a look at the waterway, and as she sees the river, she comprehends what she should do. And she actually likes the moment: “She wants to receive this night and it’s great dark pulsing (…)”. And in this moment she knows that her purpose in life should not be “(…) nineteen, only living, and (…) to dig to the core, to get the pith(…)” but to be “(…) nineteen and in London and she has an essay to write (…)”.
But if your thought is occupied with fear, suspicions and of course, superstitions, the absence or presence of your partner will always torment your heart. As fears always result to pains in the heart, you can easily become sickly and lean even when you have much to eat and to use. The burdened or troubled heart surely must be envious, impatient, unsatisfied, and eventually afflicted. This is the reason some persons get hypertension and some women become barren. The burdened heart lacks trust.
She finds throughout the story that she has a love for words and writing. Jacqueline uses figurative language, symbolism, and inner thinking to give the theme of your identity can be found in what you are passionate about. In the beginning, Jacqueline uses figurative language to show her anger towards the fact that she cannot write and read like her sister can. For example, Jackie’s unhappiness when she can’t write well like other people shows when she says, “ / I am not gifted. When I read, the words twist/twirl across the page / When they settle, it is too late.
The Cluster F-Bomb and Angry Feminist Feminists in literature or the media are often presented as really loud, angry, man-hating, lesbian and bra-burning stereotypes with radical beliefs, especially when they are presented with the only function to be made fun of and / or ridiculed. One could argue that Shazzer definitely fits in this category: She is a person who expresses her opinion in a really strong and clear way, so that everyone understands and gets her point. As a reader, you get the impression that she always talks really loud and passionate – the effect is created by the use of caps lock when Shazzer is speaking. She is also the one person in Bridget’s group of friends who uses a lot of slang words and expletives which are sometimes repeated by Bridget, but only
She is just left to figure it out on her own until she reaches the end and realizes it was all a dream. The conflict in Alice in Wonderland was external because there were many characters and places that she encountered that made things harder for her understand where she was and how to leave. The conflict ended when Alice woke up and realizes that the whole world she was in was really just a dream her mind created while she was asleep. The theme of Alice in Wonderland is that life is confusing. Alice in thrown into many puzzles in this book and never knows how to figure any of it out.
Is It Just Me? By Miranda Hart The book "Is it just me" by Miranda Hart has a fundamental characteristic in a book conversing with herself at eighteen. It tells two different perspectives of both Miranda's and adolescent. It is a book that tackle many different situations in life that will surely help the reader face his/her life challenges. The book written by Miranda Hart motivates the readers to don’t give up easily on their life.