The novel "Cinder and Ella" (2014) by Kelly Oram was an inspirational book with a lot of lessons to learn from. Oram portrays the main character eighteen year old Ella Rodriguez as a girl who has been through a lot in life but has the willpower and strength to overcome It with fierceness. An important message Oram conveys to the reader throughout the novel is that, as long as you believe in your beauty from the inside, nothing and no one can come in the way of happiness and success. Despite the fact that this novel is fictional it teaches us lessons that apply to the real world. How society works, how media portrays things, and most importantly how human nature is to judge people based on their looks.
Anouilh introduces Antigone as a serious and businesslike kind of woman. In the beginning of the play, the Chorus states, “From the moment the curtain went up, she began to feel that inhuman forces were whirling her out of this world.” (Anouilh, 14). Through the use of hyperbole, the Chorus is able to show to the audience that Antigone can feel and understand that the forces are telling her to die young and leave this world. Although she feels this, Antigone is still able to move forward because she knows it is her fate and it does not stop her from preventing injustice. Apart from her fate, Antigone explores the ethical dilemma of law and injustice.
Although the idea of suffering may seem more present in Sympathy, you can also see the suffering that comes with hope in Dickinson’s poem. A prime example of suffering in “Hope is the thing with feathers” can be seen in the beginning of the last stanza where Dickinson writes, “I’ve heard it in the chilliest land, and on the strangest sea”. Dickinson is referring to times where her suffering made her feel as if she was in a horrible place. The suffering could have been she was having a tough time but the hope was constant. At the end of the second stanza Dunbar explains his suffering saying, “And a pain still throbs in the old, old scars And they pulse again with a keener sting I know why he beats his wings!” This imagery creates physical scars; new ones and many old ones.
I shook with heaves so strong they felt more like convulsions (pg. 76)”. She wanted to be free from her face not only be accepted but feel better about herself. Lucy has been living a life that she never wanted in the first place and gave her a set-back in reality. The main reason why this is so stronger is that I believe that no one could ever fill in her place; she was meant for that suffering to happen to her because it was her story share and no one else could have done it better.
The 30-foot by 42-foot flag made its inspiring appearance as it flew over Fort McHenry during the Battle of Baltimore (Edwin); it was still flying over the fort when the fighting ceased, damaged by bullets and shells (Georgiady and Romano 17). The flag’s presence above the fort on the morning of September 14 signaled an unexpected American victory against an empire (Poole), resulting in a turning point in the war (The Star-Spangled Banner Project). The flag inspired the “Star-Spangled Banner” because the flag was a symbol of America, and after the battle, a symbol of its victory, being memorialized in the poem (Poole). The inspiration of one battle, one man, and one flag made the “Star-Spangled Banner” a powerful
Amy Bloom writes,¨She (Rose) had her first psychotic break when she was 15.¨ Prior to this mental break, Violet thought of Rose as a talented and beautiful sister; she begins to feel distant towards her in the midst of Roseś crisis but she always is willing to help in any way she can. After Rose being diagnosed, Violets feels the need to protect her sister from the very people who were supposed to be protecting her. Amy Bloom, author of Silver Water, uses Violetś beautiful family bond to portray how families unite in the most troubling of times; family is there for each other when all else fails. But, even this strong love isn 't enough to cure a mentally ill person. Early on in the story, Rose is in a very bad mental state and despite her therapists trying to help her and her family come to a better place, she doesn 't seem to want or accept aid of any kind.
Margaret Laurence shows in The Stone Angel that being trying to be independent can have its consequences. No person can do everything on their own, they must accept help from others when they need it. Hagar learns the hard way through not only her death, but several other experiences that independence is good to an extent. Hagar isolated herself from everyone she cared about because she was too stubborn to show that she needed assistance with
Provocation is something most professionals will not tolerate, but the doctor in this story was able to keep things under control. Nobody will accept defeat of any kind. This we can see after Mathilda was left with a sense of defeat, she changed from a defensive to an offensive approach as the doctor reveals, “now truly she was furious. She had been on the defensive before, but now she attacked. Tried to get off her father's lap and fly at me while tears of defeat blinded her eyes.” To conclude, “The Use of Force” in an interesting story with a happy end for three characters while the fourth character is left with a sense of defeat.
The entire structure of the Shanghai Tower is then encased inside a circular inner curtain wall that rises by 2073 feet. (ref 12) A second ‘skin’ of smooth twisting glass that acts as a direct barrier of the building from smog and extreme weather conditions. (ref 12) The unique facade design was produced as a joint design by Gensler, the architecture firm that won the international competition to build the Shanghai Tower, and Thornton Tomasetti, an aiding structural engineering company. Three main design concepts of the outer curtain wall were identified by the Gensler Design Team in order to reduce wind loads under typhoon conditions : tapering shape, rounded corners and an asymmetrical facade. (ref 10) Fully aware that a ‘twisted building has much more wind reduction’ and that the more twisted the tower results in larger pressure reductions, wind tunnel tests were carried out on a 1:500 model to refine the shape of the tower and to investigate the optimum design for reducing wind load.
Even though she was completely lost and terrified she did not give up on finding a way out and did everything she could to survive. A song that fits this theme would be “Fight Song by Rachel Platten. This song would fit with the theme of the story on how the lyrics talk about not giving up when everything is going wrong. The lyrics state “This is my fight song Take back my life song Prove I 'm alright song My power 's turned on Starting right now I 'll be strong” which can