It was made of an inflatable vinyl balloon that could be inflated to attract attention from the audience before a speaker spoke from the sculpture's platform. However, it was eventually replaced with a hard one because the soft one could not endure the weather and thus began to deteriorate. Why did Henri Matisse choose to depict goldfish as the main subject in his painting Goldfish? From the end of January 1912 to April 1912, Henri Matisse lived in Tangier, Morocco. He was fascinated by how the local population would day-dream for hours whilst gazing into goldfish bowls.
She floats on her little house boat, weaving through the Everglades and meeting up with many more animals along the way. One of the things she observed was the way the birds were leaving the coastal Everglades. It seemed to get very quiet. The birds were warning her that something was about to happen. They were going inland for safety.
Junger uses the first 50 pages of the book to teach the readers about swordfishing and how isolated they are on the water. He writes about the work days and how hard it is to be successful. Junger writes about the connection sailors must have with your crew and that there is no time for arguments. After setting sail out of Gloucester for the last time, the readers learn how important family is to the crew and how separation can make people go crazy. This also applies to their family at home.
Lieutenant Jimmy Cross expresses his love for Martha “up the hills and through the swamps” (O’Brien 102). Lieutenant Cross carried two photos of Martha where she is standing against the brick wall and the volleyball team. Lieutenant Cross wonders, “who had taken the picture.” Because he knew it was not him taking the photos, and “he could see the shadow of the picture-taker spreading out against the brick wall” (O’Brien 102). Even though Martha did not have the same compassion towards Lieutenant Cross, but she sent him a good luck charm that was a pebble, that she found on the shoreline. “Where things came together but also separated” (O’Brien 104).
In “All Summer In a Day”, by Ray Bradbury, the children live on Venus, where it has been raining for seven years non stop. The children constantly wish for the sun to come out. Bradbury focuses deeply on simile to show how the children are longing for freedom. One example of how Bradbury uses simile to show the children’s desire for freedom is when the children are huddled in front of the window to look for the sun. “The children pressed to each other like so many roses, so many weeds, intermixed, peering out for a look at the hidden sun.” This shows how the children really desire to see the sun and run freely, and how people may feel like that too.
A couple of weeks ago I had the privileged to visit one of the most attractive and prestigious parks in Mississauga. This was amazing and entertaining, not only that, I had a wonderful experience. Quite a few of my fellow classmates played several games that taught me how to be an effective leader. Some of those games are; ‘Catch the Chicken’ for example, the team had divided into two groups, each person within the team that had the chicken have to throw it as far as he or she could to prevent the other team from catching the chicken. In the meantime, while they tried to catch the chicken; we made a circle and one person ran outside of the circle as fast as he or she could reach #21.
All i heard was my dad saying ‘’Emma come on in the water’’. My family all in the water having fun laughing, and all i do is sit on the edge of the pool like a scaredy cat. My dad tried bribing me with candy if i go in the water to swim to him. It did work though. I had courage to go in that water and swim.
He is very lonely. Soon, he gets a hermit crab. One day he comes home and finds his Aunt sitting on his bed. She is staring at the hermit crab saying “he needs a friend.” She goes to the pet store and buys twenty hermit crabs. They put some nail polish on sluggo (the original hermit crab) so they can remember who he is.
The green light Gatsby is staring at across the bay reaching out towards the light. The green light is Daisy’s dock across the bay Gatsby stares at the light because he misses Daisy, she is his hope, his love, his everything he could ever want. Daisy is Gatsby’s dream he did everything in his life to get what Daisy would want so they could live happily ever after. “I went with them out to the veranda. On the green Sound, stagnant in the heat, one small sail crawled slowly toward the fresher sea.” This shows the deep desire to have a better life.
She is a round and dynamic character because the reader knows know a lot about her during the story. She lives with her grandfather, Puss, who loves to sit and look at the seaside. He is a flat and static character because the readers does not know a lot about him. Also, he does not change his opinion about racism. He loves to get pushed on chairs with the narrator to the Million Dollar Pier by the black boy (Boyle 51).