It fulfills the essential features of a short story, which makes it an ideal discourse. The author’s intention is not only to inform and entertain but also motivate the readers to strive, persevere and not to yield. It has a powerful beginning, finely narrated body paragraphs and a fitting ending. The author very clearly tells the readers how various explorers in the past fought against all odds and challenges in the pursuit of finding a treasure, though all the enormous wealth, time and labour invested in the venture had gone in vain. The article not only presents events from history but also conveys a meaning that is so symbolic, metaphorical and allegorical.
First, she has some extremely bad habits such as cutting herself, smoking weed, and overdosing on pills. Her reason for doing this is that she believes it will solve all of her problems. Although Natalie has two older sisters as great role models, she is the complete opposite of them. When her older sisters have problems, they always decide to talk to someone to get it out of their mind. On the other hand, when Natalie has a problem, she either does drugs, cuts herself, or runs away and makes bad choices with older men.
It was easier to understand during Cecily's parts when Gwinny would call her a brat and she could say that because Gwinny wasn’t a rich entitled little girl who never had servants do everything for her. Because she had gone through a lot of tough times so during the book it really made you think about how lucky some people have it. The difference between characters really balance each other out and made the story more enjoyable. Through Cecily's part I was able to better understand where gwinny you was coming from
50) But the physical darkness isn’t the only thing that Phoenix falls into. her mind and how she get confused multiple times along her quest can also be a form of darkness as well. Phoenix Jackson isn’t your typical hero but, she does fulfill her goal of wanting to get her grandson the medicine he needs. Her ability to physically get things done has decreased as she has gotten older and that is clear to see but her mind and spirit has not aged. Throughout the story there were many examples of how she can outsmart people who might think they were above her.
She had experienced many life difficulties and hardships which contributed to her hopelessness of finding and having love. “Brod's life was a slow realization that the world was not for her, and that for whatever reason, she would never be happy and honest at the same time. She felt as if she were brimming, always producing and hoarding more love inside her. But there was no release...” (79). Brod’s inability to find love contains touchy matter because of its ability to be easily relatable for many readers.
That makes readers feel bad for Derek, and gets them interested, and makes them feel like they are in the story. The Saturday Boy is an inspirational story that all readers will enjoy. Yes, the plot may be sad, but all that does is contribute to the fact that the reader should never give up and always be
However, this is pernicious for the reason that, if men don’t follow this role, they will be looked down upon. Notwithstanding the fact that the stereotype indicates men should be tough, aggressive, dominant, and self-confident is often depicted in the media, men do not actually need to follow these gender stereotypes. In regards to the indicated stereotype, one way that
I would recommend this book because it is a page turner once you get involved in the book. I had mixed opinions about this book because I found the start to not be very exciting, but after a little while once the Joads got moving on the road to California it became a lot more intense. The family faces many hardships along the way such as losing family members and also having two die, but they also meet many new people. The main idea of this book was family because no matter how bad it was Ma was able to keep the family composed. There were many characters throughout this book and I like a few of them, but I didn’t like a few of them.
The expectations pinned on her by Jennie, contribute to that narrator's identity. The narrator is worried that Jennie will find her writing, which isn't allowed, “I must not let her find me writing...she thinks it is the writing which made me sick” (Stetson 650). The narrator loves to write and it makes her happy, but she is told not to write from her husband John. Since writing for females was accepted, it affected the narrator. Writing helped the narrator to be happy and be productive.
On some occasions people would even ask me, “Why are you so ugly yet your twin is so attractive and is just so beautiful?” When I heard things like this it made me feel so ugly. People never remember my name only the fact that I was her twin and she looks better than I do. It is hard seeing my twin labeled as attractive whereas I am seen as this ugly creature, when we look just alike. So, as I got older I tried to do things so I can be seen as attractive. I would barely eat so I can lose weight,
In conclusion, Before You Go is a great book with a great storyline that will keep the reader reading for hours. The storyline isn 't the only factor that created such a great book. The theme and mood also played a big role in creating the book. Even though the book is great, there was one flaw that I believe should have been fixed. Despite the book being so small the author did an amazing job writing the story.