Stories are some of the best parts of being alive; they make us laugh, cry, be angry, and feel many other emotions. Stories have even kept history alive by the repeated tellings of them before we had the written word. Now, the forms of stories in the written word are more booming than ever between new authors constantly popping up and the convenience of online reading. With all of the choices to decide on, it is sometimes hard to pinpoint what is a “good” book. In reality it is many different aspects to make a good book, but there are some that are the most important.
The author can use description to help the readers visualize anything. He describes things in precise detail so that readers can understand what he is trying to show them. In conclusion, The Battle Of The Labyrinth is an amazing book the tens of thousands of people enjoy.
I would recommend this book to any teenage girl who won’t mine wasting tissues for tears and will not mine getting angry at characters. I would recommend this book to a teenage girl because of all of the romance and usually boy aren’t in to those things. If you are up for the challenge, I will recommend this book to you. All I have to say if you decide to read this novel, fasten your seat belts and enjoy the ride through a page-turning journey, the loops the author puts you threw from her described word choice and the swift pace you’re put on by the
Level of vocabularies, punctuation, and where evidence is found in case there is one. All these provide a piece of context in writing. My best piece of writing is a book called Horizon the soul seeker. The author Alyson Noel wrote such a marvelous novel because this novel has an amazing plot, enjoyable story, extremely well written, and the author used literary writing.
Additionally, Lahiri joined Boston University, where she earned an astonishing three literary master’s degrees, and a doctorate in Renaissance studies. It was in 1999 that Jhumpa Lahiri published her debut, Interpreter of Maladies, which won her many prizes including the Pulitzer Prize in the year 2000. Therefore, the reporter Vibhuti Patel stated that; “Jhumpa Lahiri is being compared to old masters of the short story for the elegance of her plots and the clarity of her prose” (Newsweek). This acquaintance with Jhumpa Lahiri’s work has proven most valuable, since Interpreter of Maladies is a wonderful short story novel.
The author has linked each and every character, and has brought them out to the readers. Each character has developed beautifully. It is excellently written based on the story of the Pandora’s Jar and has many twists and turns. Cleverly using fairly short and snappy chapters, often with a cliff hanger end sentence, leaves the readers eager to know what would happen next, though the epilogue opens all sorts of possibilities. She tackles both a subject and life of the 21st century with warmth and realism.
From the start of the semester, I have found myself not meeting standards because of my difficulty being able to explain myself correctly. In one of the first formatives we were assessed on, The JFK Inaugural Speech, my use of quotations were effective, but the sentences that followed were opposite of that. While analyzing the comments made by you stating that the explanation needs to be more “specific” and “have a greater focus on analysis,” I made it my task to improve on what was keeping me from earning a better grade. When looking at my Destination Essay, the focus seems like I’m “playing with multiple ideas,” but I don’t necessarily have one perfect idea. By missing out on fixing these mistakes and seeking help from you, I continued to demonstrate this lack of explanation in multiple other essays and formatives.
There is a variety of genres in this book that’s why it is popular in any age group. The book is packed with action, mystery, romance, violence, secret, war, drugs, treasure and plenty of humor that attract men, woman and children. It was the pleasure reading this book, challenged me, kept me guessing, had me rooting for the protagonist and the antagonist and impressed me throughout the whole
" This experience taught me that writing is not the same as speaking and that requires me to have skills that go along with it. Writing this particular assignment about 9/11 as a topic has taught me what is like to deal with writing a research paper in a college-level, for the first time in my senior year. That was for my high school broadcasting class. However, after I gave my paper to my teacher, Mr. Williams, the next day he told me that it still had a lot of errors in it. One of the main errors was not having a clear thesis up front and that I made a lot of grammar and spelling mistakes.
Reading. There was no other word in the world that I hated more. As a child being forced to read in school or at home, my hatred for it only grew stronger. However, all it took was one class to change that. As a young reader and writer, there are many milestones to be crossed in order to evolve within literacy, and for me personally, the most impactful milestone to be obtained was discovering my passion of reading novels, particularly in the time of my later elementary school years.
In reading Lamott’s essay I found myself compelled to keep reading. It was the first time I read an article on how to be a better writer that basically says, do your worse work, and then learn from it. Interestingly enough there are components in her article that I can relate too such as in paragraph five where she discusses the initial writing and not being able to start the writing process. I can relate to this because when writing I sometimes stare at the computer screen thinking of the right words to open my essay with, even though I have ideas for other parts of the paper I am left stuck at the start line. Overall her article brought a type of excitement to me as I read it, almost as if it has given me hope for writing, especially with the thought of a five page paper lingering in the back of my mind.
Lakeisha has shown good interest in History this term. She has demonstrated a good understanding of sequencing historical events in chronological order and the difference between primary and secondary sources of information. Lakeisha struggled to write objectively when presenting her findings in her Narrabeen Man report. She participate well in class discussions. Amelia has been very enthusiastic in history this term.
My artifact was a textual analysis essay on Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. Throughout this artifact process I learned how to analyze long text for evidence, how to structure a textual analysis, and how to compose an outline for an essay. My essay’s main argument was that Ray Bradbury showed both conformity and individualism throughout Fahrenheit 451. I was assigned this artifact to track my college readiness in the area of writing and to assess my take away from the book. To analyze means to understand on a level deeper than the surface I picked the individuality vs conformity prompt because I felt like it was the most prevalent one throughout the book and it was really interesting to me.
I will do this by typing mkdir before the name desired. Mkdir just basically creates the file. I think it will create a file named A452. This print screen shoes me doing the task and proof of it working as I have listed and opened the A452 directory. I have tested it as you see on the print screen and it was the most efficient way.
In my essays I would have all kinds of run on sentences and comma splice errors. I would be looking over my paper and I would not see any issues with how it was worded. When someone else would read it, they would get stuck on sentences and become confused. While reviewing my drafts for each essay, I started to get tougher on myself on each essay as the class progressed. I started to dig deeper before I would call the essay ready to turn in for the final draft.