Though cataclysmic challenges befall her, Anne keeps the words, "Whoever is happy will make others happy too," close to her heart in times of darkness and confusion so she may never know the dreadful day when she deliberately abates someone she truly loves and cares for the wellbeing of. Writing these words in her diary instilled within her gratitude for all that she still had and all of the beauty still left in the world. This is the meaning behind the beauteous quote, "Whoever is happy will make others happy
The woman refers to herself in the past tense as well as in the first person when she speaks ‘of the thoughts that once [she] had’, conveying that she and the inflicting ‘darkness and corruption’ will leave. Through this, the reader insinuates that she is now gone, and that once again the narrators husband is at a loss because he has now lost a loved one. Alike in repetitiveness, Harwood, through the voice of the mother, continues to write of the contrived and feigned small talk that is in-personal and ‘rehears[ed]’. Once again, the reader is exposed to the mother’s attempt at convincing herself that she is happy. However, it is through the ‘flickering light’ as ‘they stand’ there ‘rehearsing the children’s names and birthdays’ that the mother finally reveals to herself that she has lost her identity.
In Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18, for example, the speaker immediately compares the subject of his admiration to a bright, sunny day, “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? / Thou art more lovely and more temperate” (1-2). This light, found in Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18 and many other famous works of art, often signifies beauty. In other words, beautiful women are often compared to light and day while they are rarely compared to darkness and night. Because of its prominence in art and literature, comparing a woman to “a summer’s day” - to light and warmth - has become “a phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought;” it has become a cliché (dictionary.com).
Kent uses a range of techniques to explore that nothing can be blamed purely on fate. Her use of rich characters, letters and public notices ensure readers that your actions and motivation can somewhat change your fate. It is the passionate emotions felt for Natan by Agnes that overshadow her from any sense any logic or reason, which lead to the foolish decisions that contribute to her death. With the use of rich characters, displayed with lust, passion, and other overwhelming emotions, Kent depicts love as a cause of happiness but also misery. Initially, Agnes finds a sense of worthiness due to Natans attention towards her, later on, she describes her love as “A hunger so deep, so capable of driving me into the night, that it terrified me.” Thus, highlighting that her love for Natan has indeed completely engulfed all of her senses, making her
This is a very simple yet emotional poem. The poet, Pat Mora, incorporates the motif of loss and stresses the inevitability of it. Through her narrative poem, she provides a sense of reality on how one may approach the loss of a spouse from old age. Although this poem is concise, it is greatly impactful, and I could visualize the grief.
Different Types of Loss Great writers can impact a reader’s emotion. Short stories like “Gwilan’s Harp” by Ursula K. Le Guin, “The Washwoman” by Isaac Singer, and “The Last Leaf” by O. Henry influences the reader’s emotions due to the loss the characters of each story experience. In “Gwilan’s Harp,” Gwilan loses not only her husband, but also things that she cherishes the most. However, even if Gwilan did lose some of the things that she loves, she later learns to appreciate other things in her life. Also, in “The Washwoman,” the author reveals a loss of a faithful and persevering servant and friend.
I. First Impressions When I start reading the Emily Dickinson 479, I noticed that in this poem the person is explaining their thought's. Dickinson 479, this mostly, sets a very sad mood and she was a maverick for the span of her life and miserably focused on the possibility of death. II. Vocabulary and Diction In Dickinson poem, I noticed word like "Immortality", "Death", "Civility", "Eternity" and etc.
In another aspect of her poems, emily is able to portray the feelings of the humans time being short and limited. She tell of many things that end in life, and the unknowingness of what will come next, after death. In one of her poems, Emily Dickinson say, “When it goes, ‘tis like the Distance on the look of Death,” (pg. 412, line 15). With this, her readers are able to see that death can be a distance away from them, but by seeing how others die, a person might be next.
Denotations are used in the words like death, and coffin, to express her sorrow. When Dickinson’s mother’s health began to suffer, she began to spend more and more time at her family’s house, which gave her more time to write poetry. Therefore, most of her poems were dark, and depressing. For example, the poem “Because I Could Not Stop For Death” reflects on death in a causal tone, she is looking back upon how life had been before and how death came and brought tension to her life. She used carriages as a metaphor of life, and that eternity is the
They include hyperboles, similes and personification to give their writing more depth and add personality. Bradstreet 's personifications add to her polite and very friendly tone. With the hyperbole “I prize thy love more than whole mines of gold” (line 5). Bradstreet opens up about her love for her husband. She gives off a very warm and compassionate feeling in her writing.
I like how this book ends it is so happy feeling and makes Sundara happy because she knows Mayoury is alive. “Then, Sundara finally tells Jonathan how she feels about him and confesses their feelings for eachother”. I would recommend this to someone who would like books about love and to someone who likes to know about other places like,
I can share similar motives to those of owell like aesthetic enthusiasm,sheer egotism and historical impulse. I think these are noble motives and could motivate the youngest of people to write what they desire. Aesthetic enthusiasm is a motive to write for the beauty of it and to share and experience with others, this is my favorite because People can experience a different form of imagery other from pictures and videos. Motives keep writer attend in their topics and focus on their goal whether it is to inform or persuade.a One of my motives for writing is when I get a point across to reader this requires me to have prior
I do believe and think that the ending of this novel is novel is satisfactory, this is because the main character got the true understanding of life, she decided to decide to live according to the will of God, the society accepted her and she was loved by both her family and her boyfriend Eddie who she later got married to. This novel is very fun to read. I can recommend this book to anyone to read because it full with a lot of lesion and it help me realized the true meaning of life in a good