Love became resentment; empathy turned into ignorance– the truth she sought dearly was the blurred bullet she feared most. Lily’s route of vicissitude reveals the hammering swarm of stings the truth brings– especially when unprepared to face its facts. Curiosity nurtures like a bee pollinating a flower, but peeking too much will only bring a deadly bouquet of lilies to your
A primary source gives you a type of feeling and comprehension of an event, unlike a secondary source. I agree with the statement, “Reading the letters of Civil War soldiers gives a perspective on the conflict in a way that no secondary source account could ever capture.” The soldier’s letters provide a firsthand experience. None of the details are interpreted in someone else’s mind. The audience is able to comprehend the material for themselves.
They allow us to build interpretations because they are examples of what people did at this time. Primary sources help you for your own argument to defend your thesis, using this information is unfiltered by another person point of view, and able to critique in original work using your own ideas. Without these primary sources we could make up any story about history. Primary Sources is the closes form of information to the idea or the topic
Maybe people care a lot about what other people think; or, maybe they just do not care at all. Some people live by what other people want or think is “normal.” Other people live the way they want to live and do not care about the things other people want them to be. Women tend to struggle with this alot. Stereotypes, inequalities, and politics were not things women in the 1930s wanted to live by; although, they managed to make it better for themselves through political action over time.
Brian Doyle in his text Joyas Voladoras he uses vivid and clear imagery, repetition, comparison, syntax and effortless diction to show his purpose which is it does not matter the size of a heart but its ability to live life to its fullest and hopeful that each day will be good. In the first paragraph he repeats the words “ A hummingbird’s heart is,” this shows the reader how the hummingbird’s heart is. “ not soon” this is in the second paragraph and it describes the urgency of the want. “You” is repeated to show the timeline and how it is similar to the human life. “So much held in heart in a,” this is used to describe all the little precious moments at the end of our lives.
Brian Doyle, the author of “Joyas Voladoras,” passionately writes about hearts due to his own experiences with his son, who was born with only three chambers in his heart. In his short story, “Joyas Voladoras,” Doyle further discusses hearts and the symbolic meaning they possess. Through examples with hummingbirds, whales, and people, he is able to convey that feeling vulnerable is a part of life. He discusses vulnerability through multiple situations: how it exists while taking risks, how it exists while seeking companionship, and how it is exists due to harsh realities of the current world. In “Joyas Voladoras,” Doyle suggests that the heart is constantly in a state of vulnerability.
His form grew emaciated; his voice, though still rich and sweet, had a certain melancholy prophecy of decay in it; he was often observed, on any slight alarm or other sudden accident, to put his hand over his heart, with first a flush and then a paleness, indicative of pain. The suffering from his guilt has intensity that it has begun to directly affect him physically. From the passage above in chapter nine, He decaying physical features have an “emaciated” and “paleness” to the face. The grabbing of his heart points out his internal struggle of his soul aching for redemption.
Another portion of the text that is worth analyzing is whether or not the poet is a real person or a generalization about all or most poets. All of the lines in the poem use general text and never label a specific person. What’s interesting about the text is that without the title it would be nearly impossible to distinguish whether or not the person the poem is about is a poet or not. The way the text allows the reader to find a figurative meaning to the poem is by being vague enough and
The Tell-Tale Heart: Indirect Characterization In the excerpt “from The Tell-Tale Heart,” Edgar Allen Poe creates the conflicted character of an unnamed narrator through indirect characterization. Using the components of Action, what others say, and character’s internal thoughts, Poe portrays a story about insanity and reveals the conflicted and even insane thoughts and emotions going on in the character’s head. Poe uses Action as a component of indirect characterization to depict the meaning of the poem in many instances.
In this excerpt “from The Tell-tale Heart,” Edgar Allan Poe creates the supercilious character of an unnamed narrator through indirect characterization. Using the components of character motivation, internal thoughts, and actions, Poe portrays a story about deception and reveals the feelings of superiority, and ultimately guilt, that is invoked by the pretense of innocence. The narrator’s motivations can be identified through his internal thoughts and his actions. For example, both components are recognized when the narrator says “while I myself, in the wild audacity of my perfect triumph, placed my own seat upon the very spot beneath which reposed the corpse of the victim.”
In the play, the characters act on their passionate emotion that override reason and leads one to make rash decisions. Correspondingly, this visual illustrates how individual’s emotions are influenced by their heart and mind, which do not always go hand in hand. Towards the center of the visual, I placed several fruits
For the secondary sources, I will search books, journals or any type of it from the internet. I will compare the different articles and analyze the arguments. In addition, I will use other research papers with the same topic to find what experts say about this topic. There are two methods of primary research: • survey