Crane also states: "... the car comes to a curve. Making a swift running start, ... throws cart wheel for luck, ... hurls six passengers over the nearest building." Once again we can see imagery in this line, the passengers that hurl to the nearest building shows that the cable car was going fast at the curve. In other words, Crane
some soc had knocked me out one of the four bunched and was kicking me as hard as he can.”, “I tried to sit up, and saw that the soc’s were getting into their cars and leaving.” was comparable in the book and movie versions of The Outsiders. The soc’s get up and started heading to their cars. The soc’s lost the rumble and they did a limp run to the car to get away from the greasers. one similarity of the movie and book was pony still gets beat up. Another is I still felt the same for both I felt sad for PB.
Life can really suck sometimes. It can give us the illusion that everything is going to go smoothly as planned, but then it surprises us with tragedy or rough, unexpected circumstances. It is during these times that we just don’t know what to do and feel hopeless. But hope is always there. Sometimes it’s obvious, and sometimes it seems impossible to find, but there is always hope for any situation or circumstance.
Wiesel used foreshadowing in the story of Mrs. Schachter by having her yelling about a fire. Of course, no one knew of what she was talking about, so they quieted her. She continues to yell later as well and so the young men gagged her. When they arrived at Auschwitz Mrs. Schachter was screaming about the flames and the fire. When the train stopped, everyone jumped out avoiding the strike of a stick, they thenk smelled the stench of burning flesh from the fire.
I took a deep breath and nudged Buttercup onto the moving stairs. I 'm not going to lie, she objected at first even in front of an audience, (how distasteful) but a smart rap on the bottom jolted her onto the contraption. I lurched forwards in the saddle and waited for what seemed like an age as the machine slowly edged downwards; the crook had now stepped of it and was walking towards a spiky hurdle that rotated when someone pushed it. It was all very strange and Buttercup and I were out of our element. Just as we reached the bottom we were hailed by a ruddy looking man in a peculiar blue uniform clutching a fat whistle in one of his
In contrast, the outside is more hectic as shown by the pedestrians and dogs trying to escape the traffic. In addition to the crowded street with more cars “one [is] apparently broken down with a man kneeling to fix it” thus providing an example of workers active in the work field. Essentially, the content of the art is not only provided by the actions of the passengers, but also by what is shown in the crowded busy street. Considering this painting depicts everyday life encourages people to go out and seek a product lifestyle. In other words, it opens their mind up to a different perspective of the current circumstance.
He thought he saw him off on a side road so he went down it. Down the road there was a railroad with a train coming, the railroad crossing signs when down and it was all lit up and everything. Instead of stopping McQueen decided to speed up and beat the train. When he when over the track the train almost hit him. He got very lucky and didn’t get hit but there is a good chance he could’ve.
The roller-coaster ride here can sometimes be quite trilled, And always I feel nearly suffocate, Maybe I think I’ve a breathing problem here, And I’m always trilled by the roller-coaster here. It’s daunting for me to send you this message, As it may give you wrinkles and white hair, That I presume you may prefer not want to experience. It’s hot inside, I’m definitely perspiring profusely, A “global warming” is here, I wonder. The door is ajar, And I decide to go in, But there’s always no satisfying answer. What happens?
My friends said that the middle was less, scary but unfortunately it was taken so we had to go to the top I was about run out of the ride but my friends were holding me back creak! creak! The gate closed I was horrified , but the seat belt held me back. It started moving higher and higher me screaming like my life depended on it but laughing and crying at the same time I was going through mixed emotions. Then
However, the duration time of the film was long and slightly tedious at some points. For example, most of the time in the film it mainly focus on big and small events that happens in Hugo’s life, which makes the viewer feel monotonous especially having Asa Butterfield with his non-enthusiastic acting. Editors could have cut out some scene where Hugo spies at the people at the station or he walks around the tunnel, for less time duration preventing tedious moments. Even though Martin Scorsese made some mistakes in time duration and some acting, the film had a great quality in cinematography, production design, and
However, off the track, friends and fan described him as thoughtful and generous (Spencer 1). Some people said that Earnhardt was too rough on the track, others blamed Marlin, no one had a clear answer, they all just had their own ideas of what really happened that day on the track. Spectators had many of their own opinions on the cause of the crash, however everyone agreed on one thing: there needed to be a change in the way racing was done. “The loss of this legend created shock across the board. No one was willing to risk this again,” Kiser
He remembered the explosions all around him and all of the death filling the smoke-filled air. All the death haunting his thoughts inadvertently was tearing him down to his very core. His thoughts were truly like a cloudy day, looming over him with their darkness. Although he was not still a part of the war, these thoughts never ceased. Lewis Harrison, formerly a soldier of the Union army, was reminiscing his time in the war on the train which was taking him home.
As we went through each stop all you could see was blue and white shirts, hats, and W flags. After a while the conductor turned on his microphone and said that we were skipping the rest of the stops because the train was full. I was delighted because it was getting really noisy in the cart. Then we get to Chicago. We are all both shocked and thrilled by the amount of people walking down the streets.
Sometimes when you are driving in your car, you drive over some railroad tracks. People nowadays always come across railroads tracks. Many of these tracks are abandoned and the only times you ever see a train is when you are in a city. Trains back then were very popular on carrying people or supplies, but today trains we barely use trains for those tasks. Today people do not care of trains and when you see a train, it will mostly have graffiti on it.