Yousafzai employs pathos so the reader could feel where she is coming from. As a result, she wants the reader to know that education for girls is a very imperative thing. By using vigorous pathos, she gets the reader to fathom that a girl’s education is important and meaningful to them. In the bibliography “I Am Malala” by Malala Yousafzai, the author mentions “Then, when she said I would have to leave my school books behind, I nearly cried, too. I loved school, and all I cared about were my books”.
Her mother’s love for reading passed onto Welty through her experiences of what her mother did when Welty was a child. The vividness and lucidity of the details Welty uses to describe memories of her mother, convey the value and intensity of those experiences and
They helped her through everything she was going through. They encouraged her to continue writing and reading. Her sister gave her books to read and gave her ideas on what to write about. Her sister is also a writer, she wrote anything from books to song lyrics to poems. Elizabeth wanted to be just like her sister and go to school and be just as successful as she was.
Tan puts many her life experiences as evidence to persuasive readers that just because someone can’t speak perfect english doesn’t mean this person is unintelligent. In the ending, she impresses readers by pointing out her mother tongue teaches her the goal of writing which is to reach the depth of one’s heart. For readers, it is easy to feel Tan’s love and appreciation to her mom from her severe language and casual tone. As for Tan herself, a good book is the one that her mom regards as “So easy to read”(314 Tan’ mom), because she believes her mother tongue will lead her to know her mom’s world
Malala employs pathos so that the reader could feel where she is coming from. As a result, she wants the reader to know that education for girls is a very imperative thing. By using vigorous pathos, she gets the reader to fathom that a girl’s education is important and meaningful to them. In the bibliography “I Am Malala” by Malala Yousafzai, the author mentions “Then, when she said I would have to leave my school books behind, I nearly cried, too. I loved school, and all I cared about were my books”.
Eudora Welty’s life was impacted by books. At the age of nine Welty’s mom got her a library card, and said she could read any book child or adult, except one. Welty always checked out the maximum number of books, and rushed home to read them and quickly get more books. Welty’s language conveys the intensity and value of these experiences, because she is well-spoken and description about her early experiences of reading books. Welty is an exquisite writer when it come to her syntax and spelling.
(Terrana A Supporting Role) Even when Abigail Was young she was breaking gender roles by educating herself even that she was a girl and her father and grandfather encouraged her to read and learn by reading books from their library. “The pleasure she found in reading enabled her to think for and educate herself.” It states in A Supporting Role, by Joan Barton Terrana. Abigail showed that she had integrity at a young age because she did what she thought she was capable of and what she wanted to
It is when she began to learn how to read, at the age 4. Reading has given her the knowledge to become closer to her father, since he loved books as well. Not only did reading bring her closer to the people she loved, but it also helped her stay away from the people who would pick
I went soul searching to find out what I really did like about english. I found out that I loved novels that somehow tied into life happening all around me. I learned how to visualize what I was reading and ask questions that helped me dive deeper into my own way of thinking. As far as AP English being a bad experience I was pushing the envelope a little bit. It was a bad experience because I made it one.
She showed me the beautiful sport of soccer when I was six years old and I've loved it ever since. Over the years it has become harder and more stressful, but I have learned to make sacrifices in life. I have missed out on some of the most exciting experiences in high school from homecoming, to state championship games, but these were sacrifices I had to make to better myself and my game. The biggest challenge I face is losing friendships. It is difficult to maintain friendships due to being gone for four out of the seven days a week.
But I better hurry up or I’ll never catch up where I’m supposed to be” (137). Nao also emphasizes her appreciation again and states: “You may be only made -believe, but you are my true friend and you’ve helped me, I really mean that.” (385). This emphasizing the relationship she’s trying to make through her writing. It deeply affects her life because she keeps writing to the special stranger that’s still reading to that point of her saying that. As she is writing stories that’ll build up to catch up to where she is living at the moment.
Likewise, she is also more of a caring and compassionate being. If Mary is interviewing someone for the newspaper and they have lost a loved one like her, she puts down the pen and paper and listens to their story. More than likely she can relate to their emotions. Additionally, Mary has written a book about grief: Refined By Fire: A Story of Grief and Grace, in the hope of helping someone out there like the how the books she read after David’s death helped her. After he died, Mary constantly read books about grief from authors like C.S Lewis, Joan Didion, and H. Norman Wright.
During summer while other kids were outside having fun, i was indoors with my AC on reading different kind of books because of a soccer injury i had. If it wasn 't for that injury i don 't think i would of ever gotten a book on my own. It all started with an injury to a book that became the book that kept me going to find more books to read. The book is called " A Child Called It: One Child 's Courage to Survive" by David Pelzer. Before this i thought all books were boring but this one totally changed my mind.
This helps people calm down and forget about the air raids and not stress them out. This shows Liesel 's progression in reading, and how in the beginning of the book she struggled to read and now is doing a great job reading to a crowd. Leisel reading to the residents of Himmel street lead to Frau asking Liesel to come read to him personally. Liesel doing this for Frau is making her now earning money for her family.
She also likes spending time with her family. what she does during the day is that she is at school, or doing school work and helping around the house. The type of stories she likes to write about are fiction, non-fiction, fantasy, and mystery, and Her favorite stories she like to write about are fiction. She wrote this story because it taught her a lesson. Also why she writes stories is to inspire other people.