John Hale known as the witch hunter in Salem inspires fear when his name is spoken ,instead John Hale was a good person because he didn’t really want to kill anyone ,just wanted to save them before they fully went to the Devils side and sign his book ,and he did whatever he cool to help save the accused. John hale wasn 't really the killing kind of person. He was the if u confessed that you where dealing with the devil the he did what he could to save them not go straight to hanging them. When he found out that Tituba was dealing with the Devil and that she wrote her name in his book he worked to help her become holly. from the story "The Crucibles" John Hale stated after they found out that Tituba was dealing with the Devil if she would "let him cleans her from all her sins".
Summer Reading Assignment The Professor and The Madman was one of the two books that I’ve read this summer and I think it really relates to what Katherine Patterson said about not being enough to teach children to read and reach to people around them. The book is about the making of the well known Oxford Dictionary, and Simon Winchester narrates it. He tells us about a man named William Minor who aspired his love of writing in an asylum due to him being not found guilty of murder because of insanity, and the interaction between him and James Murray, the editor of the dictionary. “He was mad, and for that, we have reason not to be glad.
In Scott Russell Sanders’s essay, “The Most Human Art: Ten Reasons Why We’ll Always Need A Good Story,” indicates that stories “educate our desires.” this power is shown multiple times in Christopher Paolini’s Eragon, where the bond between Eragon and his dragon Saphira, educate people how strong friendship can do to people’s lives. The theme of friendship is shown in many sections of the book but there are many sections that is very significant to readers to understand the bond between the 2 characters and how helpful it can be to someone. It was as if an unbreakable pact were being sealed.
“Life is like being chained up in a cave”.(Alex Gendler) The novel, Fahrenheit 451, definitely compares to the film, Plato’s allegory. Everything from the truths to the differences reflects in both the novel and the allegory. There were many things that were very similar between the two, that were in fact startling and shocking. Throughout this essay, similarities of the two, will be discussed, and most importantly prove how the different aspects of the novel relates to the allegory.
Ø The Literary Devices: Locate an example of five of the following eight literary devices in the chapter: Contrast- Baldwin uses contrast to introduce the fact that Ainsworth makes his usage of historical sources evident in his text. Baldwin stated that Scott would use fiction as the “central device of [his] historic novel” whereas Ainsworth often foregrounded historical sources.
Jacob is also learning to make his own decisions. Soon he would be returning home, but Jacob realizes that he has the choice to choose a more extraordinary life for himself: “I pictured my cold cavernous house, my friendless town full of bad memories, the utterly unremarkable life that had been mapped out for me. It had never once occurred to me, I realized, to refuse it” (181). The reader goes on an amazingly creative and dangerous fantasy adventure as Jacob attempts to save this new home he found and his new friends. All the ideas, even the time travel, are well-integrated and thought-through, presented in a way in which the whimsy is believable.
Golding has used many different literary devices, showed progression of characters and incorporated different themes to give his writing a whole new and deeper meaning to it. By incorporating new themes into the novel, Golding was able to influence readers to use their imagination and think beyond the text as well as connect his readers to real world experiences to his writings. Golding has become one of the most influential writers of his time and has been ranked one of the top 50 British writers since 1945. Golding is most well known for his novel, Lord of the Flies and was later awarded a Nobel Prize in
In the midst of the Romantic period, specifically the year 1850, author Nathaniel Hawthorne published one of the most beautifully detailed and awe-inspiring books of the 18th century, The Scarlet Letter. This book, although a bit risque for its time period, became a popular novel all over the world due to its intricate use of symbols and themes. From the simplest items such as a prison to more complex concepts such as self-punishment, Hawthorne was able to brilliantly interweave these ideas throughout the entire book, ultimately creating a beautifully written story. Hawthorne was also able to capture his audience’s interest by centering the plot around an affair involving one of the most religious reverends within the town. Due to the extremely religious society that Hawthorne lived in, the book was a very risky move to make since it so harshly criticized the Puritan religion and its followers.
The story will continue to entertain generations of people and allow them to give their take on the illustrations that have helped give representation to Hell. Without the story of Dante’s journey we may not even picture Hell underground, and without the artists illustrations we wouldn’t be able to picture Hell in as detailed a way as we do. Even with the different styles each artist brings, many timeless pieces of art have been inspired through Dante’s work which is still considered to be one of the greatest pieces of literature ever
If you like the first movie and never read the books I guess you are going to be okay with the product. It may be a bit confusing as there is not much explanation of what is happening, but still the movie is enjoyable. If you did read the book, just be prepared to have yourself disappointed as the movie has a different perspective on the tales from the
My evaluation: of Night is that this is a phenomenal book the amount of descriptive imagery and word use in this book was fantastic. This book was very hard for me to take my eyes out of. I was constantly pulled in by cliff hanger like or intense moments. Night by Elie Wiesel is the one of the best books I 've ever pored over.
Those who know little about Nazi Germany and the people most involved with its rise to power are advised to avoid using this book to learn about it. He writes with the assumption that the reader is already knowledgeable of the subject, and so does not explain everything. It is easy to become confused while reading. In conclusion, 1938: Hitler’s Gamble is a fantastic read that makes a persuasive argument.
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