All of this writing is facts that the Holocaust happened as well as these people’s true feelings. Literature can help us remember and honor the victims of the Holocaust by seeing the different points of view, reading the evidence, and studying the forever recorded history. All ages were living during the Holocaust, including all different minds with different points of view. From babies to elders living in 1933 to 1945 you could have fought in WWl and WWll along with maybe being alive today or have just passed away. All these people have different minds, goals, and yes teens knew what was going on but they still had dreams.
This book portrays history and its importance till this day. We are able to see history from another point of view, when speaking of history we tend to think of previous wars or other events that created an impact. Once reading this book we are able to further our knowledge of history through six different drinks. It gives us a whole different aspect of our history and how various things came to be. Overall, it is a great book to read and all the details the author includes can help students in future events.
In the beginning of the first paragraph, there was an intentional structure that created a pace and emphasized important ideas. Within this structure Goodall utilizes specific diction such as "disruption, killed, and death" to appeal to the readers emotions. Also when Goodall uses the word "their death" (paragraph 1, last sentence) she makes a direct allusion to the victim. Throughout the text Jane uses the words "manner of creatures "(paragraph 5, 5th sentence) to appeal to the reader's logic. She mainly uses these words to provide the readers with more information and to make sure their sentiments are going in the right direction.
In ancient times, for instance, people would gather around and orally create stories, which would eventually be written into book form. Another custom that is shown in both texts is the use of hospitality. Hospitality has been a major theme in most pieces of literature because it agrees that good always wins over evil, which is very clear in these stories. For example, the author Homer shows Odysseus as the essence of goodness in The Odyssey and portrays the suitors as the defeated evil doers. As for the Epic of Old Mali, sorcery is seen from Sundiata and the Sorcerer king, but the contrast is that Sundiata uses magic to help him win over Soumaoro, who uses his magic for evil and manipulative purposes.
As soon as I started reading the first section of “In Cold Blood” by Truman Capote I both noticed and appreciated how detailed he was when describing the setting and detailed how each member of the family was discovered. Capote used extensive imagery throughout the section “ The Last To See Them Alive” to the point where it almost seemed like I was taken from my room and transported directly to the scene Capote was describing. Capote was able to develope the tempo of the story as well as present details to the reader through a third person omniscient narrator. Allowing the narrator to disclose each character’s thoughts, feelings and actions. One distinct example of how Capote uses his third person omniscient narrator and vivid imagery is how he goes about detailing how each member
In” Discovering the Power of Language”, a selection taken from The Autobiography of Malcom X, published in 1964, Malcolm X notes that the power of words is great. Malcolm X implies that the proper vocabulary helps to express emotions. Malcolm X develops his thesis by sharing with his readers his personal experience in prison, how he managed to self-educate himself by reading the dictionary and how he elevated himself from a common criminal to a civil rights activist. The author's purpose is to explain how important is your language in order to be heard. Finally, Malcolm X shares with his readers that being able to read a book and understand what the author is saying made him feel such a freedom that he never felt before.
King used passion to overcome adversity. Firstly, King enjoyed spending his time writing that he even wrote an autobiography. Biography.com an online source shares when King was recovering from being hit with a car, he was motivated to finish writing his autobiography. Thus, his passion for writing helped him pass the time. Secondly, King published numerous books as Richard Bachman.
One thing I can do is start celebrating a holiday that has to do with it. That will keep the memory of the lives lost with my family. Or I can write an essay about the Holocaust and the survivors. Which is exactly what I am doing right now. I can even write a song about the lives lost.
As the time is ending for this term in PSY 105: Introduction to Psychology, I could benefit the information that was given to complete this course. In discussion four, I had chosen critical thinking, cognitive skills which has shown me a lot of strategies to help me become a better listener as well as a problem-solving technique. I am grateful to have learned different techniques of the concepts that was delivered throughout this course. I have found that the information that was in this course, will help achieve my goals with changing my career into Accounting. Having critical thinking being a part of my daily life to make everyone that I socialize with will help them.
Emily Axelsen: I do not think it is terrible. I find it fascinating that we can now learn so much about life in Pompeii! For me, examining the bodies that died at Pompeii means that we can learn about the lives of those who died so they will never be forgotten. For example, I was recently reading an article where Sarah Griffiths explained that we can learn more about the hairstyles and clothes of people who lived in Pompeii by exploring the bodies. Katherine: is that all you are concerned about?