The book and the poem have great works and uses of literary devices that show us that love is an unbreakable bond. The poem uses metaphorical symbolism to reveal that his emotions are as enormous as an ocean. Knowing that this poem is a metaphor we can assume see that the textual evidence is very keen and mild to find. However, the poem uses other ways to convey its messages such as hyperboles. In the last line, it indicated the hyperbole by mentioning, “ Below us, as far as my eyes could see”Tennyson 12.
Which is that beauty comes from within. His purpose is teaching the poet that in order to create true and inspiring art he must look deep inside of himself. He starts to develop this idea with an extended metaphor as he explains that even if you have come to your lowest point in life “you still have your childhood, that jewel beyond all price, that treasure house of memories” (3) to inspire you and give you life again. This statement shows that even when you have been beat up and are lost you still have your priceless jewels of your past. Memories are something so beautiful and priceless that can not be taken away from you, because it comes from within you.
In the book, Holden wants to keep his innocence, but he also wants to grow up and toss that innocence away. He still keeps his childhood personality by constantly obsessing over things that shouldn’t matter. In The Catcher in the Rye, Holden demonstrates the struggle of transitioning between childhood and adulthood by revealing his hassle to grow up. Maturity comes through being an adult and growing up is all about becoming more mature. Throughout the book, Holden goes through numerous conflicts and problems.
Childhood is a golden time where in this phase, a person could enjoy life the most without having any worries but it is also a time where the reliant on the adult is crucial. When there is reliability on others, children tend to be described as dependent and full of uncertainty. However, based on The Man of the House by Frank O’Connor and The Lumber Room by Saki, childhood can be perceived in a different way through the actions of the main character. The authors in both novels set a storyline which provide a new medium for the readers to view childhood from a child’s perspective. In the story, the perception of children being dependent and confused is replaced by the outstanding characteristics shown by the character where in difficult situation adolescence can be brave, determine and responsible.
• The Orphan We are all born in innocence, but the job of the orphan is to face life head on instead of becoming attached to the victim mindset and states of dependency. You have integrated your Orphan when you stop craving protection and security, and are willing to let others be freer as well; when you can balance wariness with hope, avoiding the conclusion that 'life is suffering '. You know about pain, but you also assert that it is not everything. • The Wanderer The archetype may make itself known in adolescence, when we start to look objectively at our place within the family and community. The Wanderer has a set view that life is not primarily suffering but an adventure.
The hero proves himself and the rest of the world that he or she has overcome their fright and that they are capable of surviving as well as succeeding without the help of their parents or any other authoritative figures. Even if leaving one’s loved home, just like Snow White had to, is at first a hard decision which hurts, it helps children to understand that letting go and not being afraid of change can be a good thing at the end. At first it might be difficult to cope with but it might lead to a better life, just like Snow White’s, who, in her interest, finds kind strangers who help her. Compared to Hänsel & Gretel, they have to face hunger and poverty before they get lost in the woods where they have to experience even worse when meeting the witch, who they eventually defeat which brings them wealth. Returning to their home they improve the family situation witch their achieved financial security, which no longer makes them a burden to the family, like at the beginning.
Despite the fact that identity development occurs throughout one 's lifetime, adolescence is the stage where individuals begin to think and experience a sense of self or identity for the first time and how that could affect their lives (Steinberg, 2008). Identity development in the teen years includes ethnic and cultural identity, gender identity, sexual identity, interpersonal, health, body image, and learning to handle adult responsibilities. While teens are exploring on what makes them distinctive or special, they also have an increased need to fit in into the society. Therefore, identity development can be challenging particularly for teens who feel different from
They have to learn to face with divorce of their parents at such a young age, affecting them in a positive or negative way. Actually divorce is not a good thing, sometimes it can create a positive effect on children like children being happy because parents are happy and allowing them to mature. Parents being divided can be good for the kids because they do not have to deal with the parents fighting. If children are put in good and steady environments, the divorce can affect them in positive ways. If parents are contented then the kids are happy, because the children look up to their parents.
Childhood- an enchanted phase of life where everything seems lively and imaginative, where each morning light emanates a fresh bunch of hopes and happiness and where mischief is just an urge to dive into something new. Not every childhood is influenced by the sort of parenting and society that is pictured idyllic for a child’s overall development. There are cases when children struggle to survive corporal punishment, war, labor, discrimination and famine and to escape negativity of criminal life and impacts of overprotection or negligence of parents. A child should grow up in an environment where parents, neighborhood and society can work together to groom them into a healthy and conscientious individual. A child must have access to fresh air,
A teenager’s life should be filled with joy and freedom, and not held down with responsibilities that a teenager did not want. A teenager is not yet ready to take care of a child, hence a teenager cannot fully take care of themselves yet. A teenager is still dependent on their parents to do everything. Teenage pregnancy may bring joy to your life at the thought knowing that one is able to conceive a child, but it may also lead to destruction by the choices one make. “Various social and biological factors influence the odds of teenage pregnancy; these include exposure to adversity during childhood and adolescence, a family history of teenage pregnancy, conduct and attention problems, family instability, and low educational achievement” (Wall-Weiler).