The ending is not so happy for the inn keeper who had to take the blame and the cat who suffered the consequences of being an innocent bystander. The moral of the story the three surgeons come to realize is that there are more important things than money. This story when examined in depth portrays the faults of humanity and the inequity of the
The Cat in the Hat, by Dr. Seuss, is more than a simplistic children’s story. It is a representation of Dr. Sigmund Freud’s personality spectrum that represents the theme of learning to control one’s self, even when having fun. Perhaps, it seems true that the illustrations within The Cat in the Hat make it appeal to children. It may also be true that the pictures add to the plot and characterization of Sally, the narrator, the Fish and the Cat. For example, on page 19 there is a picture of the Cat balancing things such as the Fish, a rake, milk, books, and a cake, all while balancing on a ball.
Therefore Wharton uses much symbolism and imagery in the story to explain to the readers what is going on emotionally inside the characters and what is going to happen. The cat, the L shaped barn, the red pickle dish, and the elm tree all have an important symbolic meaning to the story. Wharton uses all these objects as a way of creating and developing the theme of failure in this story. One major, but not the most important symbol used in this novel is the Fromes family cat. The cat is used symbolically throughout the book.
In this passage way you see personification and mystery. The personification is when he says "A series of stern-looking portraits glared down at him from the walls" this shows personification due to the potrats having the human trait of glaring. personification also shows when he says "On of the volumes had struck him back. Like a cat" this shows personification due to it saying it struck at him when it is just a book. also by saying it was likea cat when it was truely not because it is a book.
The quote explains how Tom at first had a option to ignore what the devil was saying, but then greed took over his soul instead of love. The second-story pertaining to the “Black cat”; the way it displayed entrapment was the guilt that he had from murdering his cat. This quote demonstrates his own guilt “...I am also shame to own - -yes even in this felon cell...” (Poe 3) This dictates how his own guilt traps him and his own self not just physically, but mentally. The third story determines how her agog choice cost her, her own freedom when;“Amelia felt her stomach muscles drawing taunt” (Matheson 2). The reason why Amelia says this is because-what she has unleashed was, her own death though she is trapped to her own
Racial intolerance is cruel it puts other people down to make a person feel better about themselves. Although racial intolerance was abundant in the 1930’s, it is still here today, making To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee relevant to today. It still can be learnt from To Kill a Mockingbird that harming somebody because they look different is wrong and extremely mean. The 1930’s was when people focused more on how people looked rather than how they felt. The 21st century is still focused on how people look and judge them based on how they dress.
When you have money how do you act? Many people in the world believe that being rich and having good money defines what kind of person you are. Money should not identify the kind of person you are. In A Raisin in the sun the character Walter really wants money to help him and not his family, but it should never be like that family should go first. In A raisin in the son Walter really wants to open a liquor store to help out the family, but the family really needs a new house with the insurance money from mama.
This is shown by the quote ‘he could, he could have kept her on instead of throwing her out. I call it tough luck’. This quote is saying that Eric doesn’t care about any other women because he is treating them in the wrong type of manner for example ‘he treats them like they are prostitutes or people of the street’. There is another point that stats ‘Changed by the events in the play’. This is shown by the quote ‘I know I’m to blame – and I’m desperately sorry – but I can’t believe – I won’t believe – it’s simply my fault that in the end she had committed suicide hat would be too horrible’.
. In “Ok So I’m Fat” Neil Steinberg states that people make many implicit comments when people like him, who don’t have a perfect body, are near. When Steinberg went to a party the hostess wasn’t eating dessert, because she knew it had too much sugar. It is worrisome when people stop caring about their weight because they might have some health complications. It’s sad to know that society has criticized fat people to the point they feel bad just by looking at skinnier people than them.
Both stories start from the final and they are both told by their narrator. This is important way in which Poe decided to write the stories and keep the pressure on the momentum in the stories and the reader to be on toes ready for everything. Another similarity in the short stories is the narrators’ mindset. In “The Black Cat” the psychological state of the main character is triggered by an eye. He is removing his cat’s eye to test its love.