In the novel, The Looking Glass Wars, Frank Beddor uses conflict to transfer the character Alyss Heart from a teasing, inexperienced, and playful little girl, into a mature, imaginative, and wise young woman. To begin with, Alyss Heart was a trickster who often teased when she was young. However, through conflict faced in a new world, Alyss soon becomes a mature and kind person. For example, at Alyss’s own birthday, “She would have rather hidden...dropping jellyjollies from an open window…”
In Frank Beddor’s The Looking Glass Wars the story of Alice in Wonderland was taken to a completely different level. The story is switched around and now Alyss was born in the beautiful queendom of Wonderland and is forced to live in the busy country of England. Alyss is brought back to Wonderland, determined, ready to take back her throne. Beddor uses varieties of themes during The Looking Glass Wars that give the book a whole nother side of the story.
Alyss Personality In the looking glass wars, Beddor uses imager and conflicts to illustrate the change of alyss's life. In the beginning of the novel, Alyss is characterized as stubborn, dependent and imaginative. Alyss is seen as stubborn at the beginning of chapter 4.
Would you like to live in a world where whatever you imagine that it would come true. You could think of a singing and dancing flower and it would be right there in front of you. How would you like to go to that place where you can do that. Where do you think you could go to be able to do that. In The Looking Glass Wars, Beddor uses imagery to reveal and explore how Alyss looks and acts in the story.
The Looking Glass Wars from Front to Back Have you ever wondered why people change? Some people change because they don’t like what they see or hear about themselves. Most people however change because if they don’t they will not survive. In The Looking Glass Wars by Beddor many things are changing. Alyss demonstrates how many times somepeople have to change just to satisfy someone else.
Doubt, a film taking place in New York during the 1960s, focuses on the accusation of a priest, Father Flynn, being a child predator by a nun, Sister Aloysius. The credibility of Sister Aloysius and Father Flynn are often brought into question throughout the film. As the evidence gathered was mostly circumstantial and created through assumptions, Father Flynn did not harm Donald Miller at any instance despite the constant pressure from Aloysius to admit his guilt by leaving the parish. Sister Aloysius is displayed as old fashioned and spiteful towards change. Her denial of change stems from the smallest and pettiest of objects: ballpoint pens and Christmas songs.
On October 26th at 4:30 pm, I began to observe my focused learner Alondra at Eastchester Community Action Partnership (ECAP). As I observed Alondra, I noticed right away that she is not shy. Alondra did not hesitate to speak to me, answer my questions or share any personal information about herself. I learned that Alondra is an energetic girl who loves to dance. Her favorite songs are “100 Years” and “Let It Go” from the Disney Frozen movie.
Brianna Gutierrez-Diaz wand was perfect for her magical abilities and talents. If you go to Hogwarts, you will of course need a wand. But remember,"The wand chooses the wizard. " It will include a wood type, a core, length, and flexibility. The wand will choose someone based on their personality.
“Creating ones path and Finding the path you are suppose to take depends on the person you are” In the stories Boys and Girls and The thing in the forest, you find three girls who find themselves battling with what is going on in there lives. They are growing older and fighting who they are going to become and trying to figure out why they have become the persons they are. Each author takes a different approach in there writings but ultimately both of these stories have a set point in with a moment changes there lives for ever.
In the film, Sister Aloysius persists as an interesting, multidimensional character because of her strict rules with students, her suspicion and guard with Father Flynn, and her loving and caring relationships with her fellow sisters. Because of her multifaceted nature, analyzing Sister Aloysius ' affinity to expressing the virtues of kindness and friendliness further assist in defining her true character. The virtue of kindness can be defined as the action of caring for others, where the excess of caring would be caring too much, and the deficiency of caring would be caring too little; the mean of these vices is the virtue of kindness. Throughout the film, Sister Aloysius does not express the deficit of caring as she is constantly reminding students to uphold their moral character in religion and academics.