I thought the story was super funny in overall because the secret spell they put on the girls and they ended up kissing each other instead of staying with the guys. The girl seemed like she was faking she was drunk. It didn 't really seem real that she was drunk mostly because the way she was acting. It just seemed that she was getting to the point but she wasn 't really drunk.
In “Forged by Fire” by Sharon M. Draper, Gerald, the main character in the story, grows into a brave man. In the beginning, Gerald starts a fire in his mom’s apartment. Gerald gets scared from the flames, sounds, and heat that he goes behind the couch to hide from the fire. After the fire, Gerald lives with his aunt. On Geralds’s 9th birthday, Gerald’s mom came to the house with a sister for Gerald, but he doesn’t want to see neither of the two.
Throughout Douglass's speech, he exceeds expectations by adding excellent examples of ethos, pathos, and unique tone. These examples help the audience see his viewpoints and helps him connect with them. The literary devices used in his speech “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?”, aided in his fight against
In the play Much Ado About Nothing the characters Don Pedro, Benedick and Beatrice are significant to the plot of the story and the development of many characters, including themselves. Don Pedro was intended to be married because of his high status, but ended the play a bachelor. Benedick and Beatrice both show off their strengths as individuals. These three characters demonstrate that future happiness does not depend on finding a romantic partner. Beatrice is introduced in the play as a witty, sarcastic character who can withstand the teasing that Benedick who can withstand Benedick’s teasing and is able to counter it herself .
In the very beginning of the movie, Seymour is shown to be clearly in love with his friend and co-worker, Audrey. One musical number after that leaves him saying that he wishes to get out of Skid Row. While his wishes seem mundane at first, he eventually gets them- but at a cost. His plant that he picked up turns out to be an alien from outer space who tells him that what he wishes he will have, but only if he feeds him.
One would believe that this was weird and unordinary for Lucy to act like this without knowing what was wrong with her , but her lover Arthur didn’t think nothing of the way she was acting . When he walks into the room and kneels beside her , Lucy reacts in a lively and sexual way . She whispers , “Arthur ! Oh, my love , I am so glad you come!,”(Chapter 12 Page 192) while going into a sleep that changed her . Lucy awoke with strange changes that made her full of sex by saying, “ Arthur !
Moreover, the Nurse also plays a vital role in Romeo and Juliet as a result of her comic relief all throughout the play. Why did William Shakespeare even add comic relief? The Nurse’s sense of humour relieves tension in several areas of play. If the tension in the play continues to build up, then the audience will expect the tragedies that are bound to happen. By adding comic relief, it lessens the anxiety in the audience, most likely making them laugh.
Friar Lawrence intends to take credit for his plan to restore peace in Verona. If he had been successful, he could have called for an audience with the prince--the Montagues and Capulets in attendance, naturally. Then he could have informed the Capulets that their daughter was not dead, as they thought, but was alive and happy… The friar could then have informed all present of the end that his resurrection scheme served: to end the feud and so restore civil harmony by marrying Romeo and Juliet… He would receive civil adulation…
It is visible in the play Measure for Measure when the ruler slowly became tempted by the nun which signified corruption in the system. There were also times when the mood became light and made the audience laugh, which also shows comedy in the story. Actually, comedy already existed during the Grecian times! Aristotle says that comedy brings forth happiness from a person’s heart, and thinks that it is the final goal we all share.
We usually laugh at the actors who over act or the director making his own changes, which turn out to be hilarious. I scan the crowd and notice a few people, all seemingly couples. We walk past them and find a bench
Today was the day, the last day of practice, before I had my first hunter jumper show. My I just realized that I was going to have to wash all my equestrian pants. I only had one pair clean and they were my black show pants. I had a brand new shirt for the show. When I got out of the shower I put on my pants I wore yesterday but it was only a two hour practice.
All of them said the same thing “Welcome to Eagle.” Their words sounded sincere but their eyes twinkled mischievously. As though there was a joke that I had yet to become aware of. Before I knew it, we were back to the lobby, where the day had started and I had just walked in a vast circle. As Travis was thanking me for ‘hanging out’ with him I said “Hey, why do you use your real name on the air.”
--- “It appears so,” Miss Tewksbury answered, unable once again to suppress a grin. She intentionally faced away from the boys in order to hide as much of her amusement as possible. As if in answer to the discussion, another three deeply blushing boys quickly erected, bringing a robust round of laughter from the bleachers. Unable to disguise her mirth, she allowed herself a good chuckle.
As a literary genre, Magical Realism stands with its own methodology. Not adhering to a set of certain rules, realities appear distorted, demonstrating that this style of literature strays from conventional standards of writing. With this, reality conforms to a degree wherein characters behave naturally amidst their environment, despite exposure to the seemingly surreal. Within the genre of Magical Realism, one finds that a variety of elements constitute it, each warping the text in a way of its own. By exploiting this aspect of Magical Realism, authors communicate a broader message than what is written in the text.