They had been into some serious lovemaking but both had decided to wait to be married before consummating their relationship. He thought a minute and said, “If you are sure. I don’t think I can wait any longer to love you totally.” Carolyn hugged Bill and he could tell she was very happy with his decision. “Let’s make it special by going somewhere out of town and staying somewhere we have always wanted to stay,” Carolyn said. Bill said he knew just the place but he wanted surprise her.
Throughout his body paragraphs he ironically expresses his rage toward other drivers. Some of these examples include “these people are MORONS!,”(92) and of course nobody EVER signals or yields,” and “AFTER A WHILE WE START TO FEEL SOME RAGE OK?”(93). Barry’s use of capital letters helps the reader visualize how angry he gets at times when drivers disobey traffic laws. Another example of his rage is when he is waiting for a person to get in their car in a busy supermarket and leave but they seem to sit there for hours, “WHAT THE HELL ARE THEY DOING IN THERE??!! COOKING DINNER???”(93).
All the main characters lived on the street and were mostly unsatisfied with the economic opportunities provided. The magnitude of this can be seen when “ “Helen, before meeting Francis, would have sex with men for shelter” (XX). Even the protagonist is no exception to this depression. Francic 's also struggled to survive, attempting to forge twenty-one votes for the Democrats, for which charges were dropped, because of a technicality his lawyer found, who again Francis could barely afford to pay. Furthermore, we start out with Francis working at a graveyard for terrible wages.
He is the one, put in the book to break all the rules and bring the life of knowledge and ideas back to where they belong. At first Equality felt awful for many of the things he had done for example; “each night […] we, Equality 7-2521, steal out and run through the darkness to our place.”(35), but sooner or later it didn’t matter much to Equality anymore. When Equality worked in his place (a dark hole in the ground from the unmentionable times) he worked on a box that made electricity when he finished it he brought it to the home of the scholars, who rejected it. This was the last straw for Equality and that’s when he lost it; “You fools! You fools!
You can clearly tell that she is excited by the way she is telling her preparations. The narrator also says “I could not; though I had been on foot all day, I could not now repose an instant; I was too much excited.” Even though she tried to rest, she was too full of anticipation. Here, she describes just how excited she was, and how hard it was for her to just sit down when there was a great future to look forward to. Description was very helpful in getting the narrator’s attitude about change across. Both passages have several rhetorical devices that convey the narrators’ attitudes toward the changes that would be occurring.
For example when the charity men came to Scrooge’s office, he ushered them away and rudely asked them to leave him alone because he didn’t want to talk… which is basically what Scrooge is always like. Secondly, he doesn’t attend many social gatherings or parties unless it’s for money, and even turns down his own nephews request to share dinner with his family! Finally, Scrooge doesn’t talk or greet anyone, and when he is greeted in the street, Scrooge just snarls, or growls back. When Scrooge is walking back after a long and tiring day of work, Israel Horovitz tells the audience, “There will be occasional pleasant greetings tossed at him. Scrooge in contrast to all will grump and mumble.
With all of the parties and the rumors that go around him, it seems as though Jay Gatsby is a lonely man. He does not have anyone in his life and the big parties makes the readers think that that is what the parties are for. In order for him to not feel as lonely. The rumors about Jay gatsby contain that he has killed a person, went to war, is an Oxford man, and many more (“The Great Gatsby”). They are very far fetched and exaggerated but it just goes to show how much no one knows who Jay Gatsby is.
Her pulse beats faster; her blood runs warmer; her eyes brighten (paragraph 11). Mrs. Mallard sees the chance to live out the rest of her days for herself; she sees the opportunity to be her own person without a husband or anybody else to care for. With this belief Mrs. Mallard now looks forward to a long life. Previously to her husband’s death she dreaded the years ahead spent under the thumb of her husband. Now, though, Mrs. Mallard is someone who has much to look forward to and many joys to appreciate.
Farmer Jones would sit in his chair “reading the newspapers [and] drinking” (Orwell 11) all day. With this Farmer Jones was always drunk and didn 't care about his animals. Tsar Nicholas II didn’t care about his country or people as well and only worried about his family and himself. This caused the citizens to fight against their leaders and get their freedom. The animals had been furious at the government so they “chased Jones and his men out” (Orwell 12) of Manor Farms.
I 've got the torture of traveling, worrying about changing trains, eating miserable food at all hours..." (Kafka 4). He describes his work as a salesman by using words like "torture," "worrying and "miserable" and radically show his restlessness with his daily work. But, he has to continue working as a salesman because he has no option to let this job, because he is a part of "the class of modern wage-laborers who, having no means of production of their own, are reduced to selling their labor-power in order to live" (Marx and Engels 769). The unspecified manager is portrayed as demanding, insensible, and uncongenial by Kafka signifies his lack of humankind. Gregor describes the manager as he "sits on the desk and talks down from the heights to the employees" (Kafka 4).
Equality 7-2521 doesn’t like what the council of vocations assigned his job for the rest of his life. He was always different from his brothers and people look at him like. Equality 7-2521 always wanted to be apart of the home of the scholars and learn more things. While doing his job equality sees an a dark tunnel that lead to thing from the unmentionable. He sneaks off to the tunnel to mess with this box that he found while roaming the tunnels one night.Equality 7-2521 would steal stuff from the home of the scholars and would read the books.
The Overcoming of Baca & Cook Everyone in this world have different ways of knowing how to read. All readers all somehow start off by knowing nothing, and experiencing many different ways in learning to read. Jimmy Santiago Baca didn’t know how to read, but still managed to become a famous American poet in Apache and Chicano background and was incarcerated for drug possession. Gareth Cook also became a famous even though he struggled with dyslexia he still managed to become a writer for The New Yorker. Many people will not learn how to read if they struggle with disabilities but because Cook was always embarrassed of how he read when picked in class by his teachers.
Hunger, deprivation, and loss of freedom from the outside world were all common feelings in the Secret Annex. For months mental and physical illness could be felt deeply. There was no time for leisure or having a childhood with fear of the fear of the Nazis coming to take either the Frank or Van Daan family. Nor talking, walking, or even using the toilet were permitted. Every day in the Annex was a bore for Anne since she was no longer able to express herself.
In the beginning of chapter 12 Scout says “he was difficult to live with, inconsistent, moody. His appetite was appalling, and he told me so many times to stop pestering him,” so she did but didn’t exactly know why he was acting this way. (153) Jem was starting to change into a young adult so he left all his things behind when he did when he was smaller. To explain, he doesn’t want to play with Scout so he stays in his room all the time and as Calpurnia says he is going to do what boys do now. He is way older than Scout so of course he is the one who is going to change first and these were the few steps leading him into a
Bystander Now that the school year has started, People see it every day, People see others getting hurt, Yet people choose they have nothing to say. When you walk past your locker, You see a big boy taunting an innocent, You quickly glance and decide it’s not your business, And you think that it is irrelevant. You keep walking to the cafeteria, And see the victim sitting alone, But you just glance, doing nothing, And think about the activities waiting at home. You have such a good life, You’re that person who has everything, The person with all of the friends, And the person who gets anything. But then there is the less fortunate, There are those who have nothing, And all they wish is to have a bed, And people that are caring and loving.