In paragraph one and two it explains how she has memories of her mom after school. Her dad then takes care of her. Her dad does not understand that his daughter loved her very much and he changes. Moving on to “Tortilla Sun,” The girl in this story lives with her mom. In paragraph forty-six, it tell us that she took something from her dad.
Frightened by a mentally ill man in the nearby “yellow house,” the narrator turns this neighbor into a character, the Hairy Man, a figure that is “wooly-headed and bearded.” The narrator finds peace in her Dad’s assertion that the Hairy Man only comes at dark. The narrator’s unconditional trust and belief in her father’s words also displays her innocence. As a fifth-grader, she still takes what her cherished parents say to heart. She often interjects with the repeated words “my mother said’ or “my father said.”
This explication will be discussing Gary Soto’s poem, Oranges. This poem is a narrative about the speaker, a twelve-year-old boy, and his first date with a girl. The poet opens the poem about the young boy walking to the girl’s house to pick her up for their date. Then, once he picked her up they walked down the street and went to a drugstore to get candy. He wanted to pay for the candy, but the girl picked out chocolate that cost a dime, when he only had a nickel.
When a person first hears the title “Oranges” by Gary Soto, they might think that it is about a person on an orange farm or someone that newly discovered oranges. In this poem, the speaker talks about how he had met a girl and they walked until they were at a drugstore, they went inside and he bought her chocolate with a nickel and an orange. They were walking, she was eating her chocolate and he was eating an orange, and they were enjoying their time together. Taking chances can often result in good outcomes. Gary Soto uses similes, metaphors, attitude, and varied stanza structure in “Oranges” to highlight the importance of taking chances.
In “Oranges”, Gary Soto uses metaphorical language to make comparisons in this poem about the theme of love. Sofo uses metaphors towards the end of the poem when he compares the boys orange to a fire in his hands “I peeled my orange, That was bright [...] Someone might have thought I was making a fire in my hands”.
In the narrative poem “ Orange ” Gary Soto he uses personalities and it helps the reader understand. Gary Soto uses “ Tiered like bleachers,” a smile. It helped me understand figurative language about the narrative. Also, the poem says “The first time I walked with a girl, I was twelve, Cold, and weighted down with two oranges in my Jacket, “ which describes the narrator’s Characterization, the reason he had two oranges in his pocket. Gary Soto uses indirect Characterization to use his narratives.
Occasional excursions to Milan or Paris or London. They blend together in a haze of must and velvet and sawdust to the point where she sometimes does not recall what country she is in, not that it matters. Her father brings her everywhere while she is small, parading her like a well-loved small dog in expensive gowns, for his colleagues and acquaintances to fawn over in pubs after performances. When he decides she is too tall to be an adorable accessory, he begins abandoning her in dressing rooms or hotels. She wonders each night if perhaps he will not return, but he always
Chocolate is one of the most popular type of food in the world. Nearly 53 percent of the chocolate consumer in USA eats chocolate once a week. Moreover, according to elite daily “Chocolate’s scent increases theta brain waves, which induce relaxation. This is mainly why people feel better about their problems after eating loads of it”. In fact, chocolate industry in United States accounts for 13 billion dollars and people consume 3.1 million pounds every year.
A concise representation of this is found when Jeannette remarks, (lead into the quotes could be a bit of contextual information---like what happened and why did it occur) “Brian yanked the covers back. Lying on the mattress next to Mom was one of those huge family-sized Hershey chocolate bars, the shiny silver wrapper pulled back and torn away. She’s already eaten half of it (208).” This excerpt appeals to the emotion anger, illustrating a mother who is watching her kids starve and yet selfishly keeps an enormous chocolate bar to herself. How could a mother possibly feed herself before her kids?
However one main concept to understand is how certain characters are put under these situations or stereotypes by other characters in the story, which is known as position theory. Positioning theory is when a certain individual makes sense of others and their own mind through positioning. This may happen through speech when a certain character describes another in their own terms and thinks they are like those certain characteristics. One example of positioning theory may be from Act three of Mrs. Erylnne and Lady Windermere first encounter with one another. Mrs. Erylnne goes on a rant about how her husband loves her and how lady Windermer must stay with her child no matter what.
“Anything is good if it’s made of chocolate “. People around the world adore eating chocolate and enjoy it, but most of the people are not aware of the process of making chocolate. Chocolate production started in Mesoamerica in 1900 BC. The uses of chocolate at that time was to made fermented beverages but, know days it is consider the main ingredient in making cookies, milk suck and candy bars. Also People use chocolate to express their feeling to each other.