As you can say, it enhances the text with thoughts and emotion of the character. of the character. Because of the tone, it also may cause the reader to feel a certain way.The tone and mood are very essential to a book. Without the tone or mood , you would basically be reading a dictionary. The mood shifts between many emotions, such as when eliezer finds “light in the darkness” when he hears the violin playing.
Myrtle Wilson is looking for superiority. To begin, Myrtle is described as a “woman in the middle thirties and faintly stout,but she carried her flesh sensuously as some women can.” By reading this quote one can tell that Myrtle is an aggressively attractive woman. She 's the wife of George Wilson, who is a lower-middle class man. In order for Myrtle to achieve superiority, she needs to attract Tom as he’s the gateway to her superiority and gaining of socioeconomic status. Although Tom treats her like a dog, Myrtle continues to stay with him in order to achieve what she is looking for.
He shows his inability of desiring or loving her by constantly mocking, affronting and neglecting Emila. However, she seems to love lago kindly with a passionate devotion, thus she is desperate to gratify him and accommodate his wishes. Her sole aspiration is to impress and please him. "Heaven knows, not I; I nothing but to please his fantasy." she said as she theif on Desdemona’s handkerchief.
Due to the increasing fear of a Japanese attack on the West Coast, Lt. General John L. Dewitt recommended that all people of Japanese descent living in America be removed to the interior of the country. In the article “An American Tragedy: The Internment of Japanese-Americans During World War II” by Norman Y. Mineta, former US Secretary of Transportation, Dewitt backed up his suggestion with rumors that “ethnic Japanese on the West Coast were signaling Japanese ships out in the Pacific ocean” and they “had stockpiled numerous rounds of ammunition and weapons” (Mineta 161). In order to combat this threat in case of enemy invasion, the camps would detain the Japanese Americans so they cannot aid the enemy. The warped logic used to imprison 110,000 people purely based on ethnic background was convincing enough to the American people that they didn’t even question
Candy is a pretty interesting white female character, that although is not one of the main characters, have a great influence on the story itself and how the plot develops throughout the pages. Some of the worst mistakes that she has made, without being aware, is that she believes she is doing the right thing by attempting to accept responsibility for Beau’s death or for organizing the old men to protect Mathu. “Now listen," she said. "I want you to run, and I don't want you to stop running. I want you to go tell Rufe and Reverend Jameson, and Corrine and the rest of them to gather at Mathu's house right away.
When Calpurnia is scared she is still able to comfort Scout such as a mother would to her child by saying, “‘Don’t you fret,’ Calpurnia whispered to me, but the roses on her hat trembled indignantly,” (Lee, 158). When it is clear that Calpurnia and Scout have no relation, whatsoever, she still is able to reassure her. She continually proves her solicitude towards Scout by teaching her about what goes on in the world and by caring about her well being, mentally, emotionally, and physically. Calpurnia knows that they would not be connected other than the fact that she works for them and has to watch over them. Nevertheless, Calpurnia goes above and beyond when she decided to take their own needs before her own, by comforting them and not letting them worry about something, when she is clearly worried herself.
The short story, Lamb of the Slaughter has a theme of appearance vs reality. The three elements such as: symbolism, irony,and mood definitely supports the theme by proving that weakness and innocence are not always what they seem. In the story, the frozen lamb’s leg is symbolism. The lamb’s leg was the obvious murder weapon chosen by Mrs. Maloney, but the significance of a lamb represents innocence and purity. Another example of symbolism displayed is the wife, Mrs. Maloney, although her husband told her bad news, she continued to be submissive and obedient of Mr.Maloney by cooking dinner.
Just like when I’m in church and the spirit of God touches me and I get happy and shout” (499). Mama is like the cow who is slow and won’t bother you unless you milk her the wrong way. Clearly, Wangero has “milked mama the wrong way”! The reader really enjoys getting such a close snapshot of Mama’s
turning point in the development of my psyche which would allow me to love her.” [The Bluest Eye p, 19]. Although she rejects the idea now, Claudia will recognize that whiteness is the standard of beauty at some point. Morrison layers another dimension into the story in the form of Maureen Peal, “a high-yellow dream child.” The rich, white child immediately becomes the hub of the entire school’s admiration, and the MacTeer children’s jealousy. They search for fault in her features, and find one: a dog tooth, which they utilize to secretly call Maureen names [62-63]. Peal’s verbal attacks toward Pecola and the MacTeer’s (“I am cute!
The author is showing the racism beginning. The author uses an allusion to refer to the war; that the narrator apparently started. Another metaphor that the narrator uses in her poem suggests that Americans are racist towards all Japanese for Starting WWII with Japan. Continuing with other Metaphor’s the author uses a Tomato Plant for showing the outcome of the end of the war. It shows that Americans will see it wasn’t the Japanese-Americans