It is worth pointing out again that her sense of humor is highly entertaining. There is another moment in the book when she describes a review that she receives that is extremely funny. “The Australian people were great. I also got the reviews I’d always wanted. My favorite was, ‘She acts like an inspired witch.’ I said, ‘Yes, finally.
Mine burns in secret! Thou little knowest what a relief it is, after the torment of a seven years’ chear, to look into an eye that recognizes me for what I am!” (Hawthorne 107). Green, for envy, was around used red to show how Dimmesdale truly loved Hester, despite his moments of envy towards her. I kept the green on the very inside of the mandala because I assume that secretly, a lot of envy was held inside by Dimmesdale; it would be hard not to have any envy with a situation that seems to have no positives to it. It seems that as time goes on, Hester is transitioning back to normal, while Dimmesdale’s guilt is pushing him closer to
The “country girl” has an upbeat, yet oblivious tone. She complements ‘Melia in a praiseful way, but does not truly understand what dark tasks ‘Melia has to perform to earn her elegant life. This creates uneasiness because ‘Melia constantly hints to her tainted life, but the other woman can not bother to see past the illusion. ‘Melia states, “True. One’s pretty lively when ruined,” (20).
Connie’s attention seeking ways lands her in a predicament that she rather not be in. She managed to grasp attention; but is this the kind of attention she wanted? Maybe she was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. In this essay, I am going to explain why Connie looking for attention in all the wrong places landed her in such a sticky situation. There’s no doubt that Connie is a very beautiful individual, although it is unseen it is well defined by Oates in her short story.
The context of the article focuses on how everyone enjoys seeing these girls perform on stage. A response from one of the adults he questioned states: “We love the beautiful dresses and big hairstyles. We love the bling and makeup. We love our girls showing lots and lots of style, we love seeing them sparkle”
I wrote about Misty Copeland, a professional dancer who broke many stereotypical molds in the ballet world. I described how Misty Copeland experienced hardships that inspired her to accomplish feats that make her the hero that she is today. This is an example of a cause-and-effect essay. I decided to write about this topic because I have always loved Misty Copeland’s story, and I felt that it fit the assignment perfectly. Originally, I made some grammatical mistakes and left out some details, but I was able to revise them.
In Tap, I love how precise and creative you could be with the different rhythms using the tap shoes. I also like how upbeat the music is and how fun and energetic the dances are. Jazz was also one of my favorite because I enjoyed how much freedom we had to create our dance. I also liked how Jazz dances can be upbeat or slow tempo. There were many different reasons why I liked Jazz and Tap the
This carries out when the author describes the dancer, “Her voice was like the sound of blended flutes” (line 3). This again is keeping with the happy tone. The author is telling the reader that the dancer has a beautiful voice, and is overall very talented in what she does. There is also
Shakespeare again presents the theme of this sonnet in an unconventional way. Shakespeare is describing the girl he loves, however, it surprisingly sounds insulting. Shakespeare compares her to many images of beauty like the sun, coral, roses, and even a goddess and expresses how she doesn 't compare to any of their beauty. He finishes however by saying, “And yet, by heaven, I think my love as rare as any she belied with false compare.” (lines 13-14) I love the ending of this poem. Shakespeare is saying even though she not as good as all the things he compared her too, she is still rare to him.
The formations consisted of lines and diagonals with such beautiful and integrate footwork-performed simultaneously with one another. It was beautiful to watch and something that they must have spent a lot of time perfecting it. Nikolaj Hübbe described one of the following pieces, the Jockey Dance, as “Anything you can do, I can do better.” The footwork dancer Thomas Lund and Alban Lenforf performed was so entriquite and
The actors were entertaining. I enjoyed their facial expressions and the way they shared the stage. These actors were a triple threat, they could all sing, dance, and had great acting skills. It was too much talent in one setting. The actors used the forth wall method and talked to the audience through-out the play and that’s always my favorite part.
She stands as a very inspirational person in everyday life, bringing influence to all. She has created two books that are broadening for people that read them. The product of her dancing brings joy and astonished eyes across the room. She is original in the flow of her movements when dancing. It’s almost as if she 's painting an artwork, the stage being her canvas and she’s the paintbrush.
Working on WCTH was such a fun experience for me--wearing all those beautiful dresses and seeing Hope Valley. You can really step back in time and feel like you are really living in that era. And the actors on that show are amazing and so kind. Erin (Krakow) was always looking out for me and giving me positive feedback. And she 's so funny .
I’ve been drawing and painting for a long time and I really enjoy it so this was a major influence to pick the category of exhibit. I also really enjoy the satisfaction of creating something and then seeing the end product. The creation of my project was a fairly simple one. I first spray painted the exhibit with an off-white shade to take away the severity of the white. After that was dry, I did the border of the board, using big, messy strokes to make a texture similar to that of a wood’s grain.
Throughout the music video for "Cool for the Summer," Demi struts her stuff in a series of scenes that involve neon lights, vintage cars, minimal clothing, and high-energy dancing. As I watched this music video, I noticed that the different clips of Demi and her friends dancing and partying are cut in sync with the instrumentals in this track. I really admire this small detail because it pulls the whole video together and makes it very sharp.Regardless of its faults, Demi 's "Cool for the Summer" music video is undoubtedly intriguing and fully engages the viewer. Be on the lookout for Demi 's fifth studio album, which is bound to be released towards the