Usually a story that is extremely filled with lots of elements of fiction would be a great story and because this story lacks some of that information Chopin found a different way to capture her readers. First, we must begin with the emotional state that this story puts its readers in. In this story Chopin gives just enough imagery to see from Mrs. Mallards point of view. Being able to relate to how the character is feeling helps draw the reader in. While reading I could feel the emotional happiness Mrs. Mallard felt when she believed she was free after finding out her husband had died.
Throughout The Book Thief Liesel steals and reads books. The common population are led to believe that she reads for her own enjoyment, however, Liesel reads for much more. Liesel’s reading is actually a distraction from the war and death surrounding her. This is proven because her happiest moments are when she is reading, when there were rough times she went to her books, and the books bring happiness to others. This is why Liesel reads less as leisure but more as a distraction.
Based on the textual evidence in Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and a students example essay on studysync I believe that, one of the best ways to respond or deal with conflict is through perseverance ,being straightforward ,thinking positive and being understanding because this allows people to solve conflict and get to a reasonable solution for all the sides. Anne used persisting and positive thinking, Anne 's mom used understanding, the student used being straightforward to deal with conflict in his/her writing. There are many different ways to deal with conflict but I believe those were the best ways
Nordguist suggests that just like Miss Brill, we also fear of being “laughed off the stage” and I plan to integrate that idea into my paper. I really enjoyed reading this review because it gave me a deep and distinct viewpoint on this short story which will help me add thoughts and ideas to my
Rather than writing her books with the meticulously developed English that she once used, Amy settles on the broken English that certain groups could potentially connect to. Influenced by her mother, Amy begins to “opt out for all the Englishes” she grew up with (3). Despite her original preference of long, complicated sentences, Amy quickly adapts to a more intimate style of writing because she realizes that her audience will only truly benefit from her ‘untraditional’ writing style. Amy even says that “[she]knew that [she] succeeded where it counted when [her] mother finished reading [her] book and gave [Amy] her verdict: So easy to read’” (4). This goes to show that Amy is willing to change her identity as a writer because of her mother along with her other readers.
If you need help, your teachers or librarians are more than willing to help you get started. Once you become a bookworm, your mastery of the language will grow and using good English will come naturally in speaking and writing. In summary, the learning of good English doesn’t end the day you stop schooling. Even for me, I am still learning to speak and write better English. The easy way out is to enjoy the process of learning by enjoying reading.
Cornelie Banguid Period 6 1/9/14 The Bell Jar Research Paper. Writing the bell Jar for Sylvia Plath was a hard thing to do but also familiar. Sylvia Plath’s own struggle with her depression made the writing of the Bell Jar “truthful. She did not exaggerate or lie about her experiences with depression, to make her illness look more dramatic. Sylvia Plath could alter everyday experiences into Books/ Poems, and make the readers truly connect with the characters and herself.
“I love those who can smile in trouble, who can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection. ‘Tis the business of little minds to shrink, but they whose heart is firm and whose conscience approves their conduct, will pursue their principles unto death.” Leonardo da Vinci said that people who live life to the fullest and who do not fear death are the people who have the most fulfilled lives. Shu Ting, the author of “Missing You”, “Bits of Reminiscence”, “Gifts”, and “Fairy Tales”, reflects this ideal in her writing. Ting reflected this lifestyle into her writing to encourage her readers to do the same. Ting has experienced life changing situations that can affect the way she feels and sees things.
Paraphrasing, restating and summarizing can clarify misconception towards different wordings. Listeners therefore get the accurate meaning and show understanding. This can gain the trust from the speaker, allow the talk to go deeper and come to new realization according to Mulvania. (2016) Using the above case as an example, Christy is willing to pour herself out because the active listening skills used show empathy and understanding towards the situation faced by Christy. She felt comforted and being respected and willing to tell everything.
Teachers should read poetry to their students often, so they can learn/understand the inner workings of the English language. Poetry helps students think about the way language is used and the tiniest details in writing that may be overlooked. Thus, teachers should read poetry to their students often, so they can fully understand poetry and the English language as a whole. I chose this quote because I really liked the way the author compared rhyme in poetry like “the beat in music.” I feel like poetry is a wonderful and beautiful art form that does not get enough attention. If teachers compared poetry to music or other things that are very popular among kids, I feel like their students would develop a greater appreciation for poetry as a whole and want to write poetry more often.