“Gatsby stood in the centre of the crimson carpet and gazed around with fascinated eyes.” A crimson carpet could be associated with blood or death, and with Gatsby in the center of it, this can be connected to foreshadowing his death. B. Literary element use and effect in 2nd Piece of Literature 1. Since the Jelly Bean came out several years before The Great Gatsby, when Jim encounters Nancy and falls in love with her, this foreshadows The Great Gatsby since this is a similar theme and the woman in both stories are of a higher class than the men in love with them. 2.
Brainard shows how badly the Japanese traumatized him by describing his behavior; “... the Virgins, who took care of Cris, had grand attacks over those mud-eating episodes” (144). Cris ate mud after hearing of his relatives’ deaths.
Flames everywhere” (26). These two quotes help to show the darkness and disparity during Wiesel 's time in the concentration camp. The flames in the burning of babies represent the death and loss of all those lives and he uses this idea of death in the symbol of fire and flames throughout the rest of the book. Flames everywhere is one of the first things Weisel sees when he arrived at Birkenau and those flames help to represent the burning of everything from individuals to everything they had known which shows how those flames and fire represent the loss of their old lives. Flames and fire are used many times throughout Night because they had such a big impact on the overall story and are used to illustrate much of the darkness during the
Riley-yes I am next to Talon. Jack-continue your story. Set diesinger-It was A dark aliale after a great movie,There was trash everywhere Riley- I filled thousands of graves in that life.I completed every task that was assented to me but one.My task was to kill Jack’s family.I had down all the research.They loved movies so I gave them free tricks to see the wolverine,after that I was in place to kill them.first I shot a blow dart in your mother 's neck and ruched your brother and Talon stabbed him.Then I went for your father.But I stopped when he said Dad-Please I have a son He is 6 years old ,he will be without a family Riley-I said,I don’t care,I raised my sword and attacked but I stopped and thought about what you would be like without a family and how I felt without one.So I said,Ok I will not kill you. Dad-why I thought I was just a job for money. Riley-Not anymore,I lowered my sword,and helped him up,I guess he never told anyone,maybe.
Lastly Remarque uses carnege imagery to convey the effects of war o a soldier. Remarques writes, “Beside me a lance-corporal has his head torn off . He runs a few steps more more while the blood spouts from his neck like a fountain” (Remarque, ). Remarque descriptively tells the reader exactly how it looks in order to paint a picture in their minds. He does an excellent job of it which is kind of freaky in a way.
There was the brilliant world of hunting, tactics, fierce exhilaration, skill; and there was the world of longing and baffled commonsense. Jack transferred the knife to his left hand and smudged blood over his forehead as he pushed down the plastered hair” (71). Jack was upset by the outburst and took his anger out on Piggy, a chubby boy who has asthma, by punching him in the stomach. Jack began to calm down, but he will never forget how Ralph embarrassed him in front of
Suffering: Hamlet Hamlet, the tragic hero fits well into the instrument of suffering. The spreading of his suffering was due to his personal anguish. Within Hamlet there were many things that had caused his suffering, some of these reasons were due to his own personal plan for vengeance. Hamlet faced immense amounts of suffering within the play; his father had been murdered, his thrown had been stolen, and his mother was in an incestuous relationship with his father’s brother, who was the reason behind all of Hamlets suffering. As the plot thickens we begin to realize that Hamlets suffering is really beginning to affect him when he kills Polonius which ultimately affects all the people around him.
Both of these plays focus much of the father son relationship around death. In Death of a Salesman the thing that brings Biff to have an epiphany and want to try and please his dad is when his mother Linda tells him about when his dad tried to kill himself using the tube, learning that his father has tried to kill himself many times before. In Hamlet there is death all over the place but there’s one death that makes the play what it is. That is the poisoning of Hamlet, it is what starts off the story, and the reason the that this father son relationship is brought out to light. Death changed both of the sons, in a way to please their
He confesses that he ate the pigs but maintains it was after he had sneezed and their house fell down and they accidentally died. It is more of a court case statement illustrated along the way. He tries all kinds of excuses mainly surrounding his granny and her need for a cake, however finally he exposes his anger management issues and total disregard for the dead pigs – The illustrator for this tale is Lane Smith who limits his colours to toning browns and ochres and is rendered in oils – it has a shadowy grainy quality and enhances the story of the con man wolf the darkness of the images reflect the dark world the wolf
why, but why would I bless him? Every fiber in me rebelled. Because he caused thousands of children to burn in his mass graves? Because he kept six crematoria working day and night, including sabbath and the holy days? Because in his great might, he had created Auschwitz, Birkenau, Buna, and so many other factories of death?
Otto Dix’s War Veterans Playing a Game of Skat 1920 After WWII Otto Dix created a piece of three men sitting down with major wounds playing a game of Skat. This Painting shows a very controversial scene of horror, light, and comical. It has a light side but, also a dark side. Finding this painting to be disturbing but also seeing what 's really going on causes many emotions between the horror and comical side of the story. As you dive into this picture you see the horror on the surface such as their face and their disfigurement.
Skylar Yee Ms. Brahmst Period 3 English 10 21 October 2015 Analytical Paragraph - Rough Draft In the novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, Erich Maria Remarque describes how wars result in psychological and physical damage. The emotional and physical devastation is a consequence of the war. While the men who survive the battles are turned into animals, other men die painful, bloody deaths. Paul Baumer, the main character, enters the war voluntarily, eager to fight. He is among his fellow soldiers during a bloody bombardment when he describes how the war has changed him and his comrades.
After he was sent away to the concentration camps along with his father, things started to change. Elie starts to realize how this world is full of evil and cruelty and started to blame many things on his father and God. When Elie first saw the crematorium and saw that people were being burned in there he said “Never shall I forget that night... Never shall I forget those flames, which consumed my faith forever… Never shall I forget that nocturnal silence which deprived me, for all eternity, of the desire to live… Never shall I forget those moments which murdered my God and my soul and turned my dreams to dust… Never shall I forget these things even if I am condemned to live as long as God himself. Never. (34)”.