Pictures of Hollis Woods is a must-read book! This is because it has won several awards in the last few years, and has great reviews. Some people might say, that towards the middle of the book the plot moves slowly, but if you read to the end it’s amazing! On top of that, the book has fantastic struggles the main character goes through, incredible scenes, and an amazing ending. Pictures of Hollis Woods is filled with so many fun, dramatic, and hilarious scenes.
The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton will forever be a classic piece of literature and will be read aloud for generations to come. Hinton’s use of themes, symbolism, imagery and use of conflict are what make this novel so special. Hinton’s huge success with this novel landed it a best seller and even got produced into a film. The Outsiders story gives young adults the chance to bond with the characters because the reader may be going through some of the same personal experiences, which is why it is perfect for young adult
Elie Wiesel Elie Wiesel is the author of widely read Nobel Peace Prize novel, Night. The novel is not only a widely read Nobel Peace Prize But also widely taught because of the extensive amount of subtext that helps create the meaning of this novel. There are several types of rhetoric that Elie uses to create this subtext, including tone, organization, and repetition. With these rhetorical devices, repetition is the most effective to create his meaning in two of his speeches called “Elie Wiesel's Acceptance Speech for the Nobel Peace Prize,” and “A God Who Remembers.” Elie Wiesel gives the audience a certain tone to manipulate the audience emotions. Tone is the one unique elements of the author's attitude towards the subject.
TDA Shakespeare and Bradstreet Authors William Shakespeare and Anne Bradstreet claim a unique love through their works of literature. It is ironic that the two authors are juxtaposed for their boasting of knowing true love because one is a man of the theatre and the other is a Puritan housewife. They both have remarkable and one-of-a-kind styles of writing. To My Dear and Loving Husband and Sonnet 18 both share a theme of time. These works of literature have become well-known and classic for their strong professions of love.
Do you remember reading a thrilling story that you could actually relate too? Numerous stories today tell the inspiring stories of people by many authors; however, I feel The Odyssey and Romeo and Juliet both portray similar themes in the context of the story. For example, both show the importance of love, family, and fate in the context of the story. In the story Romeo and Juliet, Romeo is passionately in love with Juliet. He would do anything to have her hand in marriage; consequently, it leads to dangerous confrontations.
For many individuals, Lewis will forever remain the creator of the phenomenal world of Narnia, the author of some of the most famous children’s books of the twentieth century. Even to this day, fifty-four years after his death, Lewis remains one of the most influential authors of his age. Alongside his equally prominent friend and colleague J. R. R. Tolkien, Lewis is widely recognized as a literary landmark. The worlds of literature and film have both been intensely impacted by these two Oxford authors. Yet without Lewis and the impact he has had on not only Tolkien, but every reader who discovers his works, our society would be
Initially I was skeptical about reading this novel as I knew it would contradict Atticus Finch 's character. However, I did enjoy this book! I thought the novel presented a good message about following your own conscience rather than conforming to the opinions of others. My favorite part of the novel was after Jean Louise and Atticus’s big fight where Atticus tells Jean Louise “You may be sorry, but I’m proud of you,” (Lee 277) and after processing all of this information Jean Louise tells Atticus “I think I love you very much.” (Lee 278) I loved this part in particular because it described how in life we can still love the people we disagree with. This novel is definitely a more challenging read than To Kill A Mockingbird as it requires lots of analyzation to fully understand the text.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is an award-winning novel by Ransom Riggs. I overall find it to be an outstanding work of literature. Riggs creates an intriguing story through captivating prose paired with a peculiar collection of photographs. Yet most of all, this book is intriguing to me due to its relatable themes. Through its motifs of time, hope, and belonging, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs creates a captivating tale that readers will relate to.
Dictionary.com states love is “a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person.” Love is a very passionate feeling for someone that a person chooses to give all of ourselves to that only deepens over time. On the other hand, infatuation is to act foolish with unreasoning passion, as love (Dictionary.com). Infatuation is like lust, something you rush into that is unpredictable and ends suddenly. Romeo and Juliet both fit definitions of love.
Collins opens up with this to show how important his lover is to him, by doing this he sets the tone of the poem. People tend to do this as well, often people tell each other how important or valuable they are to them to create a sense of love. Collins refers to Shakespeare when he compares a woman to his favorite season (1). As humans, love is a natural thing, and Collins makes that very prominent in the way he flatters his lover so easily. This is relatable because when people love each other they often say sweet complements.
Out of all the major papers we wrote, the major narrative was my favorite. It was very personal to me and I was able to portray words on paper that I had thought about for years. I feel that I accurately described how I felt about my family situation and was able to make my reader feel the same way that I do. This was also the essay that I received my highest grade on. Narratives are my favorite type of writings.
Lo 1 Love can be a complex matter, but those who write about it must truly have been inflicted by it in some way. Victor Hugo was a Romantic writer during the Romantic period, therefore meaning that his written works of literature would often portray his attitude towards love and other emotions. He entertained the reader with tales of sorrow and despair, and especially tales involving passion between characters. His works often reflected his belief that love can happen between any two people, whether hideous or beautiful, and whether gypsy or a priest. Victor Hugo’s problematic love life can also be reflected in his works of literature, as he was involved in several strenuous affairs that led to the description of distraught relationships