People told her that she is a liability but denies it, she later realizes that she is one and is causing damage. For instance, "They say, You 're a little much for me, You 're a liability"(Lorde).When the song uses the word "they", it means its from her boyfriend 's perspective about how difficult it is to handle Lorde because he is not use to all the attention. In addition, Lorde sings, "I understand, I 'm a liability" (Lorde).This is where Lorde admits that she is a liability for causing damage in the relationship. Another thing to realize is, liability is brought up again to show the damage she has caused for having paparazzi following her and her boyfriend, being on social media, and can be overwhelming for guy out of the ordinary. Furthermore, in the chorus, she uses a metaphor to describe the challenges of fame.
When Bryon asks, “What’s wrong,” Dorothy’s reaction is priceless as she says, “It’s just this fear, this horrible fear, of having something lovely and dreamed of and hoped for snatched away from be because of this veil of illusion striped over my eyes” (Lee 176). Dorothy is unpleased by Bryon’s poem. She was once attracted to him until his poem broke the “illusion” of a lovely, dream-like man into an ignorant man who legitimately thinks that poem was good. Dorothy’s comment was said in a humorous way, but it had a political undertone. Lee is trying to say that she is not impressed by cheap Chinese jokes and the people who entertain these types of things are not attractive, and they are not as great of people they think they are.
Even though Euripides revolves his play Medea around Jason’s abandonment of his wife, his play revolves around the consequences caused from Jason’s pride. A central concern in the play examines how his egotism leads to unwanted consequences. Furthermore, Jason’s unwillingness to accept wrongdoing further worsens the situation. Above all, Jason’s act of belittling Medea is what ultimately, ignites the ramifications suffered by Jason. Jason’s crime is not abandoning his wife, Medea, but his egotism.
She mean it easier said than done and it so hard to move on from the guy. She was explaining how it was to move on for the guy she once loved as you can see it wasn’t that easy. These are the verses and chorus that Taylor swift in “Red” use for similes and metaphor to explain how loving the guy is . Taylor swift let us know how it was loving this guy and what it like being with the guy.
Not only was your heart broken, but you began to despise someone you thought you’d always love. Not everyone has a positive experience with love, sadly. William Shakespeare uses personification to help add to the fact that he was going mad. Browning uses imagery to paint you a picture on how beautiful love is. Although both writers use figurative language exceptionally to express their opinions on love, Shakespeare is more persuasive when it comes to his stance.
By doing that, they have accomplished major changes in our government. Their writing is important to everyone of any age or generation because it teaches you what one person with a dream and goal can do to the world. No matter what others say about you, they don 't know you like you know yourself. Emerson and Thoreau really believed in their ideas. If they were alive today, they would very much stress the importance that even if your voice doesn 't matter, voice and see what happens.
Silence in love bewrays more woe Than words, though ne 'er so witty : A beggar that is dumb, you know, May challenge double pity. Then wrong not, dearest to my heart, My true, though secret passion ; He smarteth most that hides his smart, And sues for no compassion. Sir Walter Raleigh was also known to be a lover of Queen Elizabeth I of England. Queen Elizabeth constantly criticized Sir Walter Raleigh for never showing her any love and affection so Raleigh wrote “The Silent Lover” in attempt to show the queen that he did indeed love her.
For instance, she says that “First my lord went out away… Then I went forth a friendless exile to seek service in my sorrow’s need” (6-10). Since she felt agony, she was seeking the attention by cheating (betraying) on her King with another man’s wooing. Although these characters express similar themes/emotions, they show it in different forms. As an example, the poem about the wife isn’t written in Anglo-Saxon, while the excerpt from Beowulf is.
The theme of “Navada” by Vicetone is uncertain, lost and not knowing where to go. Also this song sets an unhappy vibe that makes you somewhat sad. When you listen to the song at first it sound upbeat and happy, but then it becomes sad. The song we choose was “Nevada”, she sang about how colors look the same and how they bleed to one.
Prior to meeting Juliet, Romeo had merely been depressed and was lovesick for Rosaline; in being with Rosaline Romeo felt that her love could lead him to blissful joy but his feelings of endearment for Rosaline emphasized his feelings of loneliness. “ I’ll pay that doctrine or else die in debt,”- Benvolio. Refers to Benvolio’s assistance in curing Romeo from his love sickness; had it not been for Benvolio’s persistence, Romeo might have continued to be on a downwards spiral into depression and would have been weighed down by his emotions. “O, teach me how I should forget to think,”-Romeo. Had it not been for Romeo’s friends he would have given up and eventually gotten further away from finding his good fortune in the upcoming future.
I also learned a lot about silence that summer. Courtesy of Audre Lorde’s “Sister Outsider”, I faced the false sense of security I found in silencing my Blackness. I realized that because other voices would always be privileged over my own, that because violence camouflages itself in the absence of words, I had to speak up -- literally and figuratively. Highlighting my metaphorical voice involved understanding the idea of intersectionality. For me, this meant confronting that though there are many facets to my identity they all concurrently exist and choosing to focus on one identity at a time functioned as another form of silencing.
In the tragic love story “Romeo and Juliet”, the themes of love, light and dark, chance, and overall fate are apparent. However, Romeo and Juliet’s downfall was a result of their actions, not fate. In this essay, I will argue that the deaths of Romeo and Juliet were not because of fate, but of their own doing. In the opening of the play, the chorus is singing about Romeo and Juliet, and predicts that their life together will come to an ill-fated conclusion.
Othello the Remix The Q brothers made a choice to not handle the daunting task of remaking the text as it was original meant to be seen. Instead, they took Othello’s backbones, and they committed to making a unique show for themselves. It is hard to keep up with Shakespeare’s imagery by the book since his theater was far different from today’s theater.