I find the multitude of challenges that Alyss faced to be an intriguing look at life as we mature. Alyss overcomes losing both of her parents, who were killed by her power hungry aunt Redd. She also ends up getting separated from her most trusted bodyguard, Hatter, yet learns how to become more independent resulting from this situation. Lastly, she learns a very valuable lesson, when she is faced with the complex maze, to never give up. In the end, all of these challenges help to shape who Alyss is when she finally becomes the Queen of Wonderland.
In Frank Beddor’s The Looking Glass Wars, he retells the original story of Alice in Wonderland. He turns the whole story backwards, and makes Princess Alyss’s original home Wonderland instead of London. She then must leave Wonderland because her mother, Queen Genevieve, must protect her daughter Alyss from Queen Redd, who is about to take over the throne. While Alyss is running away, she ends up in England and starts a new life. After living in England for 13 years, Alyss returns home, defeats Queen Redd, and regains her mother’s throne.
This takes place in Flowerlandia in the year of 3020. Princess Rose of Flowerlandia is always seeking for adventure and Jasper captures her while she is on one. Jasper is a villain who lives in Evil Tower which is where he takes the princess after he captures her. He is very unhappy and wants to destroy Flowerlandia so he can build Evil Town on its land. Now it 's up to Prince Carter of Candyville to save Princess Rose because he needs a princess to marry.
Response to Literature Essay In the story Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquirel, a young girl named Tita must break free of her dictatorial mother in order to be with her true love. However, she must decide between a man named John Brown who supported her through the toughest times, and a man named Pedro who is so called her “true love”. In the end, she chooses Pedro, setting the theme as true love never dies. However, the main idea of the book would have been drastically different if Tita had chosen John Brown because the possible decision would have triggered another theme which is those who stand by your side and support you love you the most. By choosing John Brown, the main theme would have been discontinued, the mood would have shifted, and the development of the main character would have quickened.
Klery, of James Patrick Kelly 's "Soulcatcher", aims to get her sister-clone, Janary, back from her abductor, xeni-Harvel Asher. She was tasked to do so by her family, and has set up her art gallery as a ruse to lure Asher to her. However, though she dutifully goes about discreetly spreading rumors about her wares, she also feels as though shes wasted her life, and has contemplated giving herself up to the soulcatcher rug--she 's been so caught up, so focused in getting Janary back and getting her revenge, that she 's restricted herself from intrapersonal relationships, often cutting herself off from a person if she feels if she 's getting too attached, as she 's done for a multitude of romantic relationships with men. The protagonist of
The main problem in the story is how Chrestomanci, the witches, Estelle, and Simon are going to fix their world. It starts with Brian running away, which leads to the inquisitor coming. The witches must then find a way to survive. Nan and Estelle go to an old lady who gives them a spell to use. The spell calls Chrestomanci who explains what they must do.
Aide Pompa ERWC Pd.4 Mr.Lombardi 2016 April 11 Lady Macbeth Lady MacBeth shows that female can be just as ambitious to manipulate her way into MacBeth’s head in a way to achieve power and a guilty conscience. In the opening of the play Lady MacBeth persuades MacBeth to kill King Duncan with her own self ambition. In Act 1 LAdy MacBeth reads the letter from the prophecy of the three witches. She wanted Macbeth to be crowned head so she can be queen and her conscience got the best of her. Lady MacBeth controlled MacBeth with manipulation into killing King Duncan.
In “ Alice Through the Looking Glass” by Linda Woolverton and “ Hunger Games” movie #1 by Suzanne Collins the movies are both similar and different. In “ Alice Through the Looking Glass” Alice goes on an adventure to help save Mad Hatters family. In “ Hunger Games” movie #1 Katniss must fight for her life to keep herself alive. In this essay I will be comparing and contrasting the characters, the setting, and conflict. The first way there similar and different is their characters.
Bhagavad Gita believes in reincarnation but at the same time believes that within their current life, they should still live it to the fullest and leave a legacy behind before they reincarnate into another human being. “For one who has been honored, dishonor is worth than death,” (Bhagavad Gita). Krishna tells Arjuna that even though he will continue on into his next life, he must still live up to his duties and fight this war because it is his destiny and he cannot outrun destiny. Both The Epic of Gilgamesh and Bhagavad Gita want people to live their life to the fullest but for different reasons. In The Epic of Gilgamesh the main purpose for someone to live their life and leave a legacy is because once they die, their life is over and the only way for their name to live on is to leave a legacy behind.
Miss Emily held tightly to her ways and tried her hardest to prevent change and her last attempt to stop change cost a human life. Emily spent her life trying to prevent the changes that were evident all around her, leading her to create a bridal chamber. Miss Emily was unable to prevent the change in the town but she felt she could stop it inside her home. She does the extreme to
Alice Walker’s “Everyday Use” illustrates Dee’s struggle for identity by placing her quest for a new identity against her family’s desire for maintaining culture and heritage. In the beginning, the narrator, who is the mother of Dee, mentions some details about Dee; how she “...wanted nice things… She was determined to stare down any disaster in her efforts… At sixteen, she had a style of her own: and (she) knew what style was.” Providing evidence to the thesis, she was obviously trying exceptionally hard to find for herself a sense of identity. She wanted items her family couldn’t afford, so she worked hard to gain these, and she found a sense of identity from them, but it also pushed her farther away from her family. As the story progresses,