After the class had been reading about the sun for a week, Margot shares her poem, a memory of the sun; “I think the sun is a flower, the blooms for just one hour.” Though, the class instantly waved it as being false, and not even her own work. With this, it shows that they refused to see her point of view in loving the sun, and Margot understandably wanting to see it again. This shows irony later in the story when they are staring out the window still, anticipating the sun’s short arrival. Again in the story, Ray describes the other students in a wild demeanor; “- they turned on themselves, like a feverish wheel, all tumbling spokes.” This shows that their actions are done with no consideration, that they are relentless andrash with their actions. Margot is constantly described as being different or separate from the other kids as well.
Kit meets Hannah through all of her sadness when Mr.Wood told her she could not keep most of her cloths and must look poor"for God." Some of the other events are Kit loses all her wealth and her grandfather so she moves to Wethersfield. When at Wethersfield she meets a lady named Hannah who everyone in town believes to be a witch. Then Hannah helps Kit with wise words and makes her feel better when she loses some of her fancy clothes from her bags because of Matthew Wood. After all the events near the end of the story Hannah skips town,ordinarily do with people believing she 's a witch.
Essay The characters I am comparing is Margot from “All Summer In A Day” by Ray Bradbury and Ona from “Ona The Cloud Rider” by Stuart Baum. In all summer in a day by Ray Bradbury, Margot is a girl who was born and earth but shipped to Venus because Earth was becoming over populated. Margot goes to school on Venus and the scientists from earth are predicting that today the sun will come out for 2 hours. All day at school Margot and her classmates were learning about the sun, Margot makes a poem and William made fun of her. Then when the teachers aren’t looking William and the classmates push Margot in the closet.That is when the sun comes out and everyone was overjoyed that it was coming
Steinbeck creates contrasting images of Curley’s wife by using literary techniques such as pathetic fallacy, juxtaposition and irony. Body 1: When Curley’s wife is first introduced into the novella it isn’t in person, it is through rumours and gossip. Evidence of this is when George is talking to Candy and Candy describes Curley’s wife as a “tart” who has “the eye”. This provides the reader with only a description of a married woman who is immoral and only causes trouble for the ranch hands. Specifically, the word “tart” dismisses her as a person and rids the reader of any thoughts about her having feelings.
“Miss Strangeworth is a familiar fixture in a small town where everyone knows everyone else. Little do the townsfolk suspect, though, that the dignified old woman leads another, secret life…”. A secret life can be evil or good, in Miss Strangeworth’s case it is suitable, but do others appreciate this secret life. In The Possibility of Evil Shirley Jackson illustrates inner thinking, revealing action, and symbolism to show how Miss Strangeworth tends the people like her roses, but truly state's them evil. She uses symbolism to express how Miss Strangeworth compares the people like her roses but treats them differently in a cruel way.
Margot cared about the poem she wrote the most. Everyone else wrote poems that they didn’t really care for. The poem she wrote was in paragraph 14, and 15. “I think the sun is a flower, that blooms for just one hour.” This proves how interested and focused Margot is on the sun, it also shows how she misses the sun since she only gets to see it for one hour every seven years. Another way that Margot shows her longing for the sun is when she stared at the window.
Mrs. Hale regrets not being a better friend and is beginning to feel some culpability for the murder of Mr. Wright. We see dramatic irony in the fact that Mrs. Hale speaks of her lack of reaching out to Mrs. Wright with friendship played a role in the actions of Mrs. Wright and if she had what that friendship would have meant to Mrs. Wright. At the same time, Mrs. Peters inadvertently adds fuel to the flames of Mrs. Hale’s guilt by pointing out that Mrs. Wright did not even have children to occupy her days like Mrs. Hale did. Feeling even worse, the author uses imagery to show how desolate this farm really is. Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters both realize now that what they have learned about Mrs. Wright (by being in her home) her life and marriage have been far worse than they could have
I am glad that I have learned some skills for my essay, but these skills can also clean up my story telling as well. I have grown to want to flourish in my beginning and increasing skills. My past self from August was sweet to be hope that I would feel better as when I wrote the letter, I was in a struggling place of self-worth. Past Brooke, I sure am okay! I am in a good place in my life, and I hope I will only escalate.
Lady Macbeth is trying to cover up Macbeth’s outbursts as he is envisioning the ghost of Banquo; speaking to everyone in the room including Ross, Lennox, and Macbeth, Lady Macbeth says,”I pray you, speak not. He grows worse and worse. Question enrages him”(3.4.144-145). Lady Macbeth sees Macbeth slowly becoming unglued by guilt; he is getting weaker and weaker and Lady Macbeth needs to hide their crime. At first Lady Macbeth did not feel any guilt until things begin to get carried away.