“Mmmonster.” I said sheepishly. I followed behind him as we crept downstairs. When we reached the kitchen all that remained from the monster was the flatten trap. “I swear there was monster here, it was big and ugly.” I said. “Go back to bed.” He said as he began to go back upstairs.
The alliterative structure combined with Hamlet’s cutting cries all add to his “weary” feeling, exhausted by “all the uses of this world” (133-134). Hamlet’s world is shaken, and his view on life has been altered as well. His depression is so great that he has thought of suicide, a huge cultural sin, as he knows. Hamlet’s thoughtfulness is also conveyed, taking six lines to delve into his emotions.
What we fear who knows it, when none can call our power to Account? Yet who would have thought the old man to have So much blood in him” (5.1.40-45) During the time in which she sleepwalks, she begins to dream about blood that is not there and reveals all of the secrets that are driving her mad. She realizes her mistakes and in unable to rub the blood off of her hands. She tried to make herself seem as though she were a fearless soldier and now she is in a dark place, afraid and
I might as well have attempted to arrest an avalanche! Down—still unceasingly—still inevitably down! I gasped and struggled at each vibration. I shrunk convulsively at its every sweep. My eyes followed its outward or upward whirls with the eagerness of the most unmeaning despair; they closed themselves spasmodically at the descent, although death would have been a relief, oh, how unspeakable!” This piece of text shows how the author created suspense by making the reader think about whether or not the narrator was going to die.
Like this incident in the story, A rolly polly has crawled in the house by Scouts bed she was going to smash it but then Jem says, “Don't do that, Scout. Set him on the back steps (Lee 319). After Jem says that Scout asks him why he didn't want her to smash it and Jem says, “Because they don’t bother you, Jem answered in the darkness. He had turned out his reading light.” (Lee 320). These quotes are showing that after the case Jem realizes that you shouldn't hurt things that haven't done anything to
For a long long time, it seemed forever, I lay there crying, sheltering my fallen scarlet ibis from the heresy of rain” (604). This quote illustrates the pity the narrator feels and the love that emerges out of his soul, after seeing how much he truly adores Doodle. Therefore, with the unfortunate death of Doodle, it quickly
noticing my presence and giving me a natural looking smile. I really hate when someone smile fakely, I will gladly accept if they are annoyed rather than to smile fakely. It 's kind of unnatural and ugly. "Thank you for complimenting my daughter, your highness. This girl beside me is my daughter Elethea. "
All of Gatsby’s dreams and hopes collapse because of the actions of Mr. Wilson. Likewise, Mrs. Wilson’s hopes collapse, because of her husband’s vapidness, and are re-formed into the effigy of Tom Buchanan. Mr. Wilson instigates the desperation felt by his wife, which causes her to run in front of Tom Buchanan’s speeding vehicle and promptly perish. Throughout this unfortunate chain of events, Fitzgerald uses the symbol of dust and ash to signify the recurring themes of unfulfilled dreams and death. As Nick narrates the shot that killed Gatsby, he describes the bullet as, “...that ashen, fantastic figure gliding toward him” (161).
As I force my eyes to shut, the constant flashbacks repeat vividly through my head. The sound of the screeching car causes nothing but fear. Although I don’t remember much I still struggle to sleep. Two years ago I lost everything in a blink of an eye, I lost my family and I feel I’ve even lost myself. I squint my eyes shut tightly, forcing my face to feel numb I still see that large truck with bright lights coming towards me, I still feel like I am falling as our car was tumbling over, rolling out of control.