As claimed by Joseph Campbell, “The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek”. The book The Other Side Of The Sky by Farah Ahmedi shows exactly that, in fact, this is what every hero experiences throughout their journey. It all begins with Farah’s status quo, her hunt for knowledge beckons her into an adventure, then following up with a traumatic incident that progresses her even further for the peace she yearns. During her quest, she becomes separated from her natural world and begins a new phase of her journey which tests her and puts her through an overwhelming amount of agony and alas, It gives her the treasure she desperately sought for. Thus returning, she enters her natural world again with new found enlightenment and vigor, But of course, it 's never quite the same once you become a hero.
In the book there was a very well-known event in the book that I’ll never forget. This event was when John Barton suicides and when Josie found out about she turned hot-blooded and over dramatic in second and then she realised that these things happen she must keep moving forward, this was mostly taught by Michael Andretti. And Josie’s best friends, Lee, Sera and Taylor played an important part in the novel because Josie’s friends helped her in taking choices and decision. Josie always disagreed with Nonna but when she found out about her dark secret, they both formed a strong bond between each other. After this event she learned that not everything is as it seems.
Not only did STAR help me with my middle school to high school transition but it also assisted me with my move from Kansas to Hershey. STAR made me feel ready for the adventures of high school and I would like for future 9th graders to feel the same way. Being a STAR mentor would be amazing because I would love to see 8th graders more reassured after I talked to them about high school. STAR was also really fun as an 8th grader, and being a mentor for it would be even better. I believe that I would be a good STAR mentor because I genuinely want to make the future 9th graders at ease about the transition.
In 1870, child abuse was first introduced by the events that happened to an eight year old, named Mary Ellen Wilson, who was experiencing several beatings in the home of her biological father and step-mother, in Great Britain. During the 1870’s Mary experienced extreme beating, and was removed from the home (Walkins, 1990). Mary’s story started in 1874, while living with her biological father’s new wife Mary McCormack Connolly. Mrs. Connolly would beat the child, and would not provide for Mary’s basic welfare. It was not until Etta Wheeler, a Methodist mission who visited the home that Mary’s abuse was first confirmed the abuse of a child.
Yet, Bradstreet is truly attached to her work since she wants to fix its flaws, and seriously wishes she could. She laments, for it is not possible. Bradstreet ultimately accepts that this book remains out there to roam freely. Clearly, she hopes her published work is not criticized, which is understandable. Bradstreet happens to be very harsh on her own work and appears to be her worst critic.
Chopin is well known for using these endings in her stories. Just like in the “Story of an Hour” Chopin uses situational irony to keep the reader entertained and to shock the reader in the end. It is what makes this story in its entirety. Desiree couldn’t stand the thought of not being with Armand. So much so that she took her own life along with her child because of it and freed him from the burden
Universal Design essentially grants equality throughout humanity and eliminates the physical factors such as mobility that would otherwise contribute significantly to this gap. Universal Design requires flexibility and diversity in its designs. From this idea of Universal Design, the concept of Universal Design for Learning was created. Universal Design for Learning takes the concept of equal opportunity that Universal Design applies to building design, and directs it towards the Australian Curriculum. Universal Design for Learning is described by the CAST website as “...a framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people based on scientific insights into how humans learn.”.
And I think that’s the best way I could have been introduced to music.” Haster Hays. I relate to this quote because it tells how music has a big impact on our lives. Music can express our different types of emotions that we may feel on certain days. In the Novel Excerpt “Two Kinds,” written by Amy Tan it’s about a mother who was very competitive about music but on the other hand her daughter was very passionate, but her mother destroyed that passion by forcing her to do things she did not want to do. In another
This story will make your heart melt with sorrow and compassion, but also bring to you a remarkable story with realistic like events and settings. It 's a jaw-dropping book that will leave you wanting more as the author Laurie writes in a crisp and clear way describing the young girl Melinda’s horrific story and how it unfolds. The author 's tone gives off the vibe of a young frighted girl which I find really enhances this sad, but exhilarating story. This story taught me to always speak up for myself and to never let anyone take advantage of me. I would recommend this novel because it is extremely detailed, painting vivid pictures in your mind that really help to magnify and
The line conveys and proves that the story is also about a test of fate and commitment. This book, Gone Girl packs itself as a winning piece and formula, by confusing, frightening, and intriguing its readers all at once. Flynn, with this novel, has proven that her book deserves to be well-known, and an author to be crowned as the queen of Plot twists. At first, you might think that the novel is pale and boring but this book has its own sweet time to pick up the thriller type of genre that readers will not expect- It is definitely worth the wait. The author, Gillian Flynn, creates the most complex and unorthodox characters which is an effective one because the story would not have been worth it if the story only runs within one of the two protagonists.