Sarah Kay is an American educator, reader and a spoken poet, who was born to a Taoist mother and a Brooklynese father. She is also the founder and co-director of Project VOICE, a project whose aim is to entertain, educate, and inspire its audience. Thus, these three aims are important aspects of Kay’s poems and their effect on her audience. Throughout her poems, she tackles social issues widely present in today’s world, and her poem “The Type” is no different. Kay is the speaker of, “The Type” and throughout the poem, she is taking to individuals who identify themselves to be a woman.
Through her work she has provided the reader with an abundant amount of literary work, based from her region and focusing on her feminine aspects in life. Some of her works include “Monkeys,” “Folly,” “Evening,” “Lust and Other Stories,” and a screenplay called “Sleeping Beauty” (Susan Minot). With the understanding of who the writer is through her biography, the facts allow the reader to interpret her writing style, which makes her work enjoyable to
Bacchus Lady (Lee Jae-young) The title refers to a rather sad aspect of S. Korean society, the "Bacchus Ladies", elderly Korean prostitutes who solicit in parks and plazas in Seoul for sex in nearby motels. Their name derives from the popular Bacchus energy drink that they are selling in parks where elderly men gather. The women are in their 50s, 60, even their 80s.The price of selling sex is about 20,000 to 30,000 won ($18-26) or even less if the man is a regular client. In a testimony, about 400 women work in Jongmyo Park in Seoul. The younger men in their 20s to 40s are also becoming their clients.
The Holocaust was a big tragedy that started on January 30, 1933, and ended in 1945.These twelve years affect a lot of people around the world differently mentally, physically and emotionally. There are some people who actually went through this horrible time period and was able to tell their story and some people who left her diary behind for others to tell their story. One book I read that stood out from other books During the Holocaust was The Girl in the Green Sweater: A Life in Holocaust 's Shadow by Krystyna Chiger. The story was told by Chiger herself. The book talked about her life before, after, and during the Holocaust.
Authors use many different types of character classifications such as round, flat, stick, dynamic, or static.to build an interesting story. In the short stories, “A&P,” and “Greasy Lake,” the narrators of the story are dynamic characters. Updike and Boyle use the epiphanies of the narrators in their short stories to drive their dynamic character to be revealed.
After reading the short story "Rosa Parks Takes A Seat" I have a few things to reflect on about the story. Firstly is that I had pictured multiple things that happened in the story. The first thing I had pictured was a group of African Americans without seats on a bus with seats. The next scenario I had pictured was the carpool which had resulted from the boycott, which was needed to make daily life continue. Lastly I will go into greater detail and explain the situations and also tell you what the situations mean to me and then I will compare them.
This text was written by Jay Mclerney as a part of the novel “Bright Lights, Big City” in 1984. It is a narrative text with a lot of dialogues such as “My birthday is January thirteenth. I will be twenty-nine years old”, “Excuse me, sir, but you’re sitting on me”. These dialogues help animate the text. The text is targeted to everyone in the society and the goal is to entertain the readers and to deliver a message that people should be more open minded to actively aide other people in need instead of waiting for another person to do it instead.
Two other girls were injured as well. The bus remained there for ten minutes before the girls were rushed to the hospital. Bull 3 News of the shooting spread quickly; it was all because Malala had spoken up for the rights of girl’s education. Malala’s dad was at a Press Club when he got a phone call telling him that
She has a woman’s perspective on the world. One of the finds that the primary reason for Shashi Deshpande to write is that she allows to create her own world. Creative writing allows her a ‘safe place’, from which she can explore a wide range of experience, especially– in regard to woman’s status in society. While writing Shashi Deshpande has touched a major aspect of women’s life, which is marriage. Kenneth W. Phifer on Marriage as an Institution- The institution of marriage was begun that a woman might learn how to love and, in loving, no joy; that a man and a woman might learn how to share pain and loneliness and in, sharing .know strength; that a man and woman might learn how to give and, in giving know communion.
into her stories. It is worth keeping in mind what realism means. To adapt, M.H. Abrams’s definitions of realistic fiction, “represents life and the social world as it seems to the common reader, evolving the sense that its characters might in fact exist and such things might well