My favorite one is “Sometimes you make choices in life and sometimes choices make you.” Which in my opinion is true, because you are who you are and if you make a choice of doing something good and right, that 's just showing the goodness of your character, of you. Another quote that lines up with the theme of this book is “People believe what they want to believe.” Like Mia did, I want spoil the book if you decide to read it.
I enjoyed the style of writing that Robinson used; unlike most non-fiction memoirs, Look Me in the Eye was written in a fascinating,’ story telling’ kind of way. Look Me in the Eye was also very informative to me. There is a specific quote from Look Me in the Eye that I believe will stick with me forever. Robinson says: “Many descriptions of autism and Asperger’s describe people like me as “not wanting contact with others” or “preferring to play alone.” I can’t speak for other kids, but I’d like to be very clear about my own feeling: I did not ever want to be alone…
When I read it at first I had just seen this book as a simple one, but as I continued reading I became amazed with the development of the characters, this book becoming one of my favourites from that point of view. The book 's theme is mystery often leaving the reader with unanswered questions, which will be revealed at the end of the book.
Personally, this was my favorite chapter due to the fact it revealed a lot about the characters, especially Lennie. For example, George reveals why he stays with Lennie even though his life would be very different without him. Another thing that I observed, and loved, was how the author not only incorporated the true backstory and history of the two, but also included the future they have planned. However, in regards to their future, hearing the plans in detail brought feelings of sorrow towards Lennie and George because, having read the book, I know that those plans don’t happen.
For example; if I created an advertisement or profile, I wouldn’t be able to talk about the symbols. I really wanted to talk about and convey the deeper meaning and importance of the symbolism in the book. Reflection on book report option: I liked this assignment because I get to be thorough in my reading. I like to deeply think about the book and understand it better.
When one thinks back to a story that they enjoy, there are usually a few key factors of a story that they enjoyed the most out of them. For some, they prefer the characters and their backstories while others prefer the description and detail put into both dialogue and exposition. And for many, no other book comes close to the detail and care put into its story than To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. For those who have forgotten some of the details of its story or have never partaken in reading it, To Kill A Mockingbird’s story follows the lives of the Finch family and their trials and tribulations throughout a 2-year period of their lives. The main character and narrator of the book Scout Finch recalls back on this period to tell a story of how her brother Jem breaks his arm, but the story is really set within all of the events leading up to Jem breaking his arm.
His books have always been there when I was down and just something about them has a way of making my day seem better. I guess it makes me think at least my day isn’t going as bad as the people in this book. Stephen Kings books seem to have given me an escape when things got bad or when things got tough and I just needed to take a step back and relax for a second. I am thankful that Stephen King has written such wonderful books to help me through the hurdles in my life while I found ways to work through them. One day I would love to meet Stephen King and thank him for writing such amazing novels that have helped me through my life ever since my uncle had given me the first Stephen King book I had ever
I love to write, and I have always managed to be rather successful at it. Despite my good fortune, I am aware of the fact that some people loathe writing, and I can understand that because math is my Achilles heel. But, if I may be so bold as to offer a few words of advice- I hope that isn 't too presumptuous? Try to relax when you 're writing, go somewhere where you are comfortable, writing is just putting words down on paper, so try not to stress over it either! Have fun with your writing, for the most part, the writer is in control of the conversation, recognize that and use it to your benefit.
Non-Fiction Have you ever thought about reading a very interesting book by Shakespeare. If so, you would like the book “The Tempest”, The reason why you might like this book is because it has illusions and many other things a good book has. Another reason why you might want to read this book is because you might just like a book with an adventure. Also, you might just want to have an adventure and be shocked because you never know what 's gonna be next. U may also like the book because it teaches you how Shapesphere talked and how he used his words in his books, like he didn 't write the whole words he left some of the letters out and made it not look like the actual word.
My strength in writing are all over the place, I feel like I am good at choosing the right words for what I’m writing, at least the words that are in my vocabulary. I hope that I can get better at writing essays and the more serious assignments, I also want to get better at writing book style writings, like having to write like an author of a book I’m reading to write a “chapter 0”. I think I haven’t really changed my thinking of my writing, I just write to do it, I don’t analyse my writing unless it’s something I’m really interested in. Organization helps me, or it hurts me, my disorganization that is, I’m very disorganised if you couldn’t tell by now, my brain is always everywhere, and so are my possessions, and my writing. My brain is all over the place just like my work, my PAW lessons are staggered between one attempt perfection, and ten attempts with
Stuart Mclean, also changed the whole ending of the story. The class were the ones that sticked to the original story we did not change the ending or skip a big part and i liked it better that way. To continue, Stuart Mclean has a fathery voice like a old man voice and when he tells the story it sounds more like he 's talking to little children.
Admirable Story The life of a student athlete is a difficult life. It can be a very mind twisting confusing one. There is a lot of hard work involved and some people just cannot take it. In The Outside Shot by Walter Dean Myers, he zooms in on the life of Lonnie Jackson, a student at Montclare College who goes struggles.
"Medieval Punishment and Torture" by Stephen Curry is a terse and informational book that teaches the reader various punishments used on criminals, or suspected criminals, to kill the person or to get a confession. I enjoyed reading about how many brigands were tortured to get a confession, regardless if they were a spurious one. Many impoverished citizens had to turn to larceny because they had to pilfer to get food for their families. I learned that most major medieval punishments are arbitrary, slapdash, and ghastly. An example of a punishment stated by the author in the book is a beheading; death would be instant as long as the victim was unflinching.
A Windstorm in the Forest by: John Muir In A Windstorm in the Forest by John Muir, we learn that he is very passionate about the wilderness. He writes about going on an adventure; his adventure takes place in Mount Shasta, California, one of the Sierra Mountains. The author begins the story by explaining how as he was out enjoying a walk he came across a path where a hurricane had occurred. Interested in what the road had to show he continues to explore it he then comes across the valleys of the Yuba River.