Some examples include “starlight, sunshine, and moonlight(line 5. )” I think the speaker used these nouns to metaphorically describe the different memories he possess with the different kinds of alcohol. “The starlight in whiskey,” makes the reader think about the
He is insensitive and makes some harsh comments that make Robert feel a little uncomfortable. Due to his callous and unsympathetic personality, the narrator is never able to connect with his wife while Robert is instantly able to. Robert comes to visit the narrator and his wife at their home for the first time. The narrator’s wife picks him up from the train station and brings him home. As she was
Al Capone Al Capone, a mob boss. In 1920s the mob was at its peak. The mob made alcohol, had prostitutes and gambled during the prohibition. The prohibition was when the 18th amendment was passed, the 18th amendment banned alcohol in the United States. Capone was one of the more well known mob bosses.
The sun and moon are completely different, but they both allow a sense of time. How can two different objects provide the same idea? A picture can have the same moral lesson as a short story can, depending on the viewers perspective. After reading Cathedral by Raymond Carver and viewing “Blue Night” by Edward Hopper, it’s shown they both share multiple similarities. Carver and Hoppers characters, settings, action and conflict have shown similarities because both use minimalism, realism and perspective.
He does everything she asks of him to please her. He considers her and wants to make her happy. It hurts his soul when the lady in the streetcar was his wife. It changes his mind set and how he feels about helping others. Chopin never reveals how Brently Mallard felt about his wife.
When Robert and the husband are drawing the Cathedral there’s a connection between them that is much different than when they first met. The husband is beginning to realize what it’s like not being able to see and having to feel everything. When he first tries to draw the Cathedral he can’t. The Cathedral has no meaning towards him. When he closes his eyes he gets a feel for the Cathedral when Robert guides his hand and he begins to understand the meaning of having to feel things.
Many children make up words, such as “unfrown” when they talk. The speaker used that word so he could take the audience back to his pass to when he was a child. Irony is used in the poem in lines one and two, “The whiskey on your breath – Could make a small boy dizzy’ (Rocthke). The ironic part of these lines is that a boy cannot get drunk by just the whiff of another person’s breath that smells like they have been drinking a lot of whiskey. The lines suggest that Papa is drunk that could lead to the situation of violence toward the boy.
The Great Gatsby: Analysis The Great Gatsby is a novel about a man named Nick Carraway. Nick is the narrator and is the neighbor of a very wealthy man who goes by the name, Gatsby. Throughout the novel, it is made clear that all of the men are womanizers, including Nick. But it is also inferred that Nick is a homosexual. Fitzgerald implied in the novel that Nick, the narrator, had a homosexual affair with a photographer.
When Divina started talking about Santiago, Victoria was worried. She did not want Santiago to use her daughter as Ibraham used her. Divina and Victoria lived in the Nasar household and Divina interacted with Santiago every day. “Santiago Nasar grabbed her by the wrist when she came to take the empty mug from him. “The time
However, he also admits that his wife gave him more information than necessary. He confessed to it when his wife gave him details of how the Robert’s hand felt when it touched her face, details that he feels were not necessary (Carver 2368) . All the while, he narrates purely by using her wife’s words. Furthermore, he explains how his wife used to write poems to him, but he silently reacts by saying that poetry is not something that he turns to when reading a newspaper (2368). In this part of the story, he does not sympathize with the wife.