A person categorized as abusive, courteous, and heartless. With occasions of him using language that our Ameri-Eurocentric social standards would redeem as detrimental to one’s mental status with an paradigm of Kretzsky being an “NKVD”: “[Kretzsky] pointed back to the stack of grain sacks. The commander walked around, yelling and kicking at [Lina and her mother] to hurry. A snowstorm was coming. “Davai!” yelled Kretzsky.” (Sepetys, p.220) On this occasion when he had said it, Lina and her mother were already low in spirits due to the fact Jonas was ill, and they had no idea of the causation and what could’ve been done.
George Rogers Clark: It would just depend on the night. Anyway, we finally made it to Fort Sackville. I thought Henry Hamilton would send home many men for the winter, and he did. We also noticed that there was plenty of space between the logs at the fort to shoot through. My men marched many times through with different flags to fool the enemy.
Furthermore, the place shows power of nature. For instance, there were many dangerous beast in nature and the tornado stroke Brian's shelter and broke his everything: fire, shelter and bow. It shows how hard it is to survive in nature.. The setting of this book is important because it has symbols. The setting reveals characteristic or information about main character.
We feel the cold of the brisk winter morning and feel the sun rising in the distance. Suddenly, Plath was plunged into a void of whirlwinds and chaos. She was terrified as Ariel took off in an uncontrollable gallop (“…Pivot of heels and knees! – The furrow / … The brown arc of the neck I cannot catch [lines 6 and 9]). While lines 10-12 could be interpreted as Plath describing the horse, it seems more likely that she began to describe her surroundings (Nigger-eye / Berries cast dark / Hooks – [lines 10-12]), which is backed up by the following line (“sweet blood mouthfuls” [line 13]).
a bucket for a hat. a Broom for a left hand and a branch for it 's right arm. small black stones for buttons and a big carrot for a nose. it was a clear night the calm of christmas has fallen onto the ground. and in the stars so brightly you could see the stars themselves blinking down at the snowman and the boy.
Jane Eyre uses her setting and mood to show the reader the changes and advances in her life. First, at Gateshead, she opens up with saying " the cold winter wind had brought with it clouds so sombre, and a rain so penetrating, that further out-door exercise was now out of the question"(pg 1) which foreshadows that this place will be dreary. Throughout her life at Gateshead, she clearly implies she is very lonely and feels haunted. She always shows her sorrow with her situation and how she views herself as worthless and very unloved. She quotes "To achieve escape from insupportable oppression—as running away, or, if that could not be effected, never eating or drinking more, and letting myself die...How all my brain was in tumult, and all my
The departing sun spelled evening on Cloudless Sky Continent, where the Xian Clan's territory was settled. Inside this territory was Silent Rain City, a dystopian trade city that stayed under the radar, where quarrying and the selling of high-end goods took place. The distance between Silent Rain City and the next closest city, Fallen Heaven City, was a lengthy three thousand kilometers, and the dangers on the thoroughfare between the two deterred almost everyone. It was almost certain that anyone who set foot on the paths would be swarmed by bandits and wild beasts, or get lost on the way there. Therefore, the few who were willing to take the risks in order to purchase rare, precious items that were located in Silent Rain City
Thick, round tears rolled down my cheeks and dripped off my furry chin as I put the skull down and headed into the forest, blood trailing my steps. 3 Days Ago… “Ms. Cormier, to the principal’s office again,” Mrs. Li said shaking her head and ticking her tongue. “This is your third time in in the last two days.” I sat down on a black leather couch. My wavy, dark brown hair, dyed with berry blue low-lights hung over my shoulders and dripped down my hip.
“All that day the heat was terrible.” immediately informs the reader that the travellers are uncomfortable and that their journey throughout the entire day, a long period of time, has been difficult. The reader is also given the impression that the travellers are in a harsh landscape, where everything is against them: The wind slithers like a snake and the horses are sick and coughing. To add to their harsh reality, the land is further proved desolate by their uncanny silence and them not enduring it, but “shambling on”, emphasizing their struggle to combat nature. All of these elements demonstrate how the travellers are in terrible conditions and the bleak tone. On the contrary, when they encounter the woman, the tone of the story is lightened as the sun produces “a vivid light over the scene”, which signifies a glimmer of hope.
A long island sprouts out of the marble. All black appliances surround the island. Walking over to the living room, a stone chimney climbs up through the ceiling. Taxidermy big game animals such as a moose with antlers that seem suitable for carrying a man, a ferocious grizzly bear with the thrill of the hunt in his snarl and a Nilgai stands proud under them with his bullet proof leather. Mixed in with the taxidermy are portraits of famous and wise figures with some of their famous quotes.