He starts this section by giving the story about the boy and wolf and then relating it literature. He then relates literature and fiction to nature. He also specifically mentions three qualities of writers: “a storyteller, a teacher, and an enchanter” (14). He then explains each type, and ends with saying which is most important and explaining why. This structure allows him to more easily organize his thoughts.
The promise of a fortune, and the mass migration left a lasting legacy in California’s history. However, the biggest lasting legacy left was the processes that were time consuming, heath risking, and environmental damaging. The California Gold Rush began with settler James Marshall who discovered gold in central California. News of this was broadcasted in all parts of America, thus resulting thousands of people traveling to California in hope of striking rich in gold. People first set up small camps along rivers and streams to mine for gold.
Dr. Slobodchikoff, a professor at university of Arizona, has done research on the Gunnison’s prairie dog for almost 30 years now (Abumrad). Dr. Slobodchikoff and his students still to this day are decoding the language of the prairie dog. Dr. Slobodchikoff and his students did multiple experiments that included sending different animals—coyote, hawk, and a dog—to cross the field where the prairie dogs lived (Slobodchikoff). When they sent the different animals across the colony they would record the chirps and barks that the prairie dogs would make, also they recorded their reaction to the calls made by each other. To test if the barks made by prairie dogs were really distress calls to hide from a predator, Dr. Slobodchikoff would play the sounds back and record the reactions, made by the prairie dogs, to the play back of the previously recorded distress call to warn others of an approaching predator (Slobodchikoff).
There were some parts that were accurate and some that were not accurate. The part of Charles Eastman actually getting Americanized was true, he got americanized in about 1887 when he got reunited with his father. Who had earlier converted to Christianity and believed that he would send Charles to college to become a doctor which he did do and he was also the first Indian to receive an award for Indian Achievement. In the movie Sitting Bull was shot in the head and that is how he died in real life from a gunshot wound. In the 1870s there was a few reservations for the Indians and the U.S. government did want the Black Hills for the gold in the mines.
On this day, Jone back home and she went to buy the snack, so she took four eggs to the stall. Because the first person was an old man, and he was chatting with Chen(the owner of this stalls). So she was the second person arrived there. Jone put her eggs in the south part of the box that Chan was used to putting his money, and Jone paid for the snack. Wait for 20 minutes, There is a lot person came to the stall that Jone know or don 't know, or the person lived in the same village or live in the different village.
(Meb Keflezighi eats a bagel with almond butter, he said it during a live chat back in April after the Boston Marathon!) The timing is less critical with a liquid meal as it will empty from your stomach much quicker than a solid meal with a similar nutrient breakdown. One of our favorite pre-race meals is some roasted sweet potatoes, or gluten-free toast with almond butter, and a banana. Always a banana. And sometimes a few bites of chocolate, too.
In My Antonia, Nebraska’s western, seasonal environment serves to reflect the mood and events of Jim Burden’s childhood and coming-of-age. Willa Cather’s use of pathetic fallacy, as well as imagery and symbolism, throughout “The Shimerdas,” “The Hired Girls,” “Lena Lingard,” “A Pioneer Woman’s Story,” and “Cuzak’s Boys” illustrates a strong relationship between Jim Burden, Antonia, and the land. Besides marking the points of major transition and reconciliation in Jim’s life, primarily at the start or end of “books,” the environment conveys the turbulent cycle of connection and disconnection between Jim and Antonia as they grow together and then apart. The fluctuating western environment of America is modeled in My Antonia to reflect Jim Burden’s various moments of birth, death, and rebirth as he grows up, often in time with the seasons. Jim arrives in Nebraska in the fall, reborn into a strange new world, where “there was nothing but land: not a country at all, but the material out of which countries are made.” (7) Like a fresh slate, Nebraska’s landscape offered a place for Jim to first experience “the fresh, easy-blowing morning wind, and in the earth itself, as if the shaggy grass were a sort of loose hide,” (11) much like the hide Jim was first wrapped in when he got off the train.
Among the plots of “Little Red Cap,” “The Company of Wolves” and “Wolfland,” a dominant character that is prevalent throughout the stories is the character of the wolf. Although the role of the wolf, and his or her position in altering the storyline varies from story to story, they each represent a common premise for the stories as a whole. The common theme of the wolf being a figure that causes the female protagonists to stray from their paths, both literally and figuratively, aid in deciphering and analyzing the representation of each individual wolf among the stories. Throughout the three stories, we see that the protagonist strays from her path from the wolf’s interference. Whether it be Lisel’s grandmother sending her servant Beautiful as her escort in “Wolfland,” the hunter making the bet to reach the grandmother’s house first in “The Company of Wolves” or the literal wolf that stops and asks “Little Red Cap” about her venture in the forest; each wolf provides an excuse that causes their respective protagonists to stray from their journey.
The California Gold Rush was a rush of people in search of gold in California. The gold was discovered in the Sacramento Valley in early 1848 which sparked the gold rush. The rush was a huge influence in how America was shaped into what it is today. It shaped California into what it is today. Without this gold rush California would be like it is today but it would have taken way more years and it wouldn’t be such a diversely populated state.
Anyways,so I get out of my room and go and eat breakfast. One thing that made mornings better was definitely breakfast. Just because I'm hungry like a wolf in the mornings and it was the only time of the day when I could eat waffles without my mom yelling at me that I'll get fat. (Story of my life). And just as I was about to put nutella on my waffles or go and get nutella I realized that my dad didn't buy one.