O’Brien conveys to readers that stories can be told in many different ways, depending on interpretation by the storyteller and listener when he writes, “You can’t extract the meaning without unravelling the deeper meaning.” (O’Brien 74). This shows that every war story has different connections and meanings for everyone who either tells or hears the story. Throughout the chapter “Spin”, O’Brien talks about how important stories are in order to bring back thoughts and memories. In this chapter, O’Brien showed that his platoon was able to make fun out of the bad situations they were put in by finding something to distract them from the grueling war. He reiterated this when he writes, “On occasion, war was like a
To help better understand Walter Lee and Nanny, their actions verses intentions, along with the meaning behind what they did, and the reasoning behind it all will be broken down and examined throughout the paper. Inferring from the novels, both characters having similar lives, similar beliefs and share similar perceptions on how to make it the world they live in. Their experiences were the driving force and motivation behind their actions. Walter Lee
Although the speech speaks for itself, there were some confusing parts that I later understood. When I approached this assignment I knew that I was going to have to dig in deep and understand the speech to be able to start my assignment. I really enjoyed reading the Gettysburg address because, it's always great reading about events that happened in past history and how they've changed the world. I felt the work I did was difficult but I pushed myself so I would to be able to give an explanation on the what I was trying to
Chapter four of They Say I Say, written by Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein, explain ways to offer your view in a conversation or in your academic writing. Chapter four provide details about the three basic ways to response to other people ideas, such as, agreeing, disagreeing or both. These techniques show his/her stand relative to other’s ideas. Mastering these basic ways can helps readers/writers understand more of where the author or their view stand. However, to move the conversation further, they must provide details to demonstrate their view is relevant to other’s ideas.Additional ways discussed in chapter four are the “duh” and “twisted” move.
People use very many different ways to explain things, but writers,especially Katherine Porter, use symbols to explain to the reader what they are trying to say. Not only do the writers use symbols to explain something to the writers, but they also use symbols to make the reader think and pay attention to the story. If the reader really read the story then you will catch on to the symbol the writer is trying to throw out there at the reader Works cited Hardy, Sarah Madsen.”This Strana House. Home and alienation in ‘Flowering Judas’.” The Gale Group, 2000. 34-36.
As I am from diverse background that is raised in the Pakistan and experienced high school and college life in the United States, I often had to go through various difficulties to know what people consider acceptable behavior and what is deviant behavior. Because of this experience, I have gotten better at understanding people. This is very important as this personal characteristics helps me to make sure I do not ending up disrespecting people. By listening to people and observing their actions and their response to different situations, I try to analyze and understand their culture and their moral beliefs. Because of this skills, I try to approach people and interact with them in the best way possible and make a positive difference in their lives.
In this case, Philbrick has demonstrated that every fact is important to understand the story and considering that whailing culture is sometimes a difficult topic to understand, he finds some gramar resources as a tool that will help him to develop his plot during all the reading. Regarding this point, sometimes it could be difficult for some writers to find a balance while giving details in a writing. Some people may find boring to read too much details while reading, probably because it is
Throughout Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath several of the chapters are spaced by intercalary chapters. Which are chapters that contain general information on comments based off of the previous chapters presented. Intercalary chapters can be seen as a distraction or a “waste of space” to some readers. But, others believe that it is a great way to clarify what has happened in the preceding chapter. I for one believe that the use of intercalary chapters have assisted in aiding me with a better understanding of the overall meaning of Grapes of Wrath.
Even though he left the store of his own will, he probably feels lonely to be shut out of something he used to be a part of. He is also outside the society the girl is in, a society that might encourage daring acts like wearing bathing suit in public or even the immaturity of quitting your job. Near the end, Lengel expresses the statement that Sammy life is going to be hard for me. Sammy starts to fear of a hard life since Lengel said something to him. Sammy has learned that choices have consequences.
You can also see it through their writing. The biggest clues are in what words they use to describe certain things. For my peers and I we tend to switch up how we write depending on the situation we are in. If the writing is for communicating a message to a friend. It is usually filled with words and phrases we improperly use.