While both sources give an insight into the minds of women who worked on the Manhattan Project, the book examines the impact of women on the Project from an external perspective, whereas the interview provides an internal perspective on the event. Therefore, both sources can be compared to determine the significance of women in the Project. Howes, Ruth, and Caroline L. Herzenberg. Their Day in the Sun The first source that will be analysed is a book, Their Day in the Sun: Women of the Manhattan Project, written by Ruth Howes and Caroline Herzenberg who are both physicists and published in 1999. The purpose of this source is to reveal the hidden story of the contribution of women in efforts to develop the atomic bomb.
Mama was really upset with me. I ran across this long road and there were cars coming at me, but I just closed my eyes and ran really, really fast. It was so much fun! When mama finally found me, she was crying but told me she was glad I was okay and to never scare her like that again. I just wanted to be outside, I didn 't mean to scare mama.
Try not to believe a single story without attempting to prove it wrong. (Kaeli) In the story Only A, they show single stories lead to harassment which can push people over the edge. There is a woman who all the kids call “man-women.” She is mentally unstable and the children make fun of her. Everyday after school, the kids made a routine to find her and make tease her. At the end of the story, she had enough and ran away from the girls crying because a huge crowd has gathered and started to encourage the girls, which was too much for her.
Rainbow Rowell, and yes that’s her real name, is the author of many young adult fiction books. Born in Omaha Nebraska, on February 24th, 1973, Rowell loves writing about people who talk, who have a story to tell; screw ups and falling in love are two main themes that follow her writing (RainbowRowell.com). Rowell has been writing from a young age, she was a columnist in her high school newspaper. Before becoming a author, Rowell from 1995 to 2012 was a columnist and ad copywriter at Omaha World-Herald, when writing her first published book, Attachments, she began working for an ad agency. Her experience as a newspaper editor made her realize that she never really wrote for herself, she wrote for her editors, publishers and a broad audience ( 2011 AViD Presentation).
The two stories which impressed me most were Tell Tale Heart and A Curtain of Green. Although they seem very different from each other, I see them as different representations of two pretty similar stories. Both Tell Tale Heart and A Curtain of Green take us into memories of two protagonists who have some mental issues and who are presumably very lonely people. Both of the stories include highly dramatic climaxes; however, the ways we took while we join the characters in their journey are certainly different. Before explaining the different narrative styles of the stories, we should take a look at the main characters.
On the other hand, some parts would show sadness when someone would be dead or worried. Persepolis can be a perfect example that can leave an impact on the readers about the issues that are addressed. For example, the unfair treatment of women in society or inequality between men and women, religion vs modernity, and etc. Reading such kind of novels can help the readers understand the world more
Hester used her sin as a lesson to her daughter to learn from your mistakes, but not to let them define who you are. Throughout all of Hester’s difficulties in life, she persisted through them and used them to better herself. Hester was bold and embellished her scarlet “A” that was forced upon her chest. Instead of wearing the letter with shame and deep regret like everyone in the town wished she would, Hester shocked everybody and instead wore it proudly without the remorse attached all the way from the prison to the scaffold in the center of the village. When Hester exited the prison, “she took the baby on her arm, and with a burning blush, yet a haughty smile, and a glance that would not be abashed” (Hawthorne 50-51).
There are many lessons throughout the novel that could be taught and learned in our world, this society, today. They may be true; however, the reasons the lessons are taught in the first place is because of the society being presented in this literary work, The Road. This gives the sociological approach a more appropriate understanding approach to the road. The society and the characters can be analyzed thoroughly and effectively this way. “When your dreams are of some world that never was or of some world that will never be and you are happy again then you have given up.
The novel is refreshing and encouraging. It may be a bit of a problem for some readers especially young readers when they encounter some unfamiliar place or setting of the story, readers hard to imagine because those places is not familiar of them. Some words are hard to understand because the meanings are having a deep definition. But all in all Rose Sees Red is a great novel that produced by Cecil Castellucci.
“A girl of six or seven years, just tall enough to reach the bobbins…” showing a visual of how young the girl must be and how over worked she is. Kelley as brings up the “…deafening noise” (Kelley para 3), of the spindles that the children are working on throughout the night just for “ribbons for us to buy” (Kelley para 3), bringing up the struggle of how common things are made and how the children suffer. Kelley sets up examples from all around the country as a way to rouse ethos in people as well. A way of saying “It’s not just a problem here, it’s a problem all over our nation” inadvertently sparking a sense of “we can do better” in the audience as