The central metaphor of the poem “The Tree Frog” by C.Dale Young is that the tree frog represents memories. Throughout the poem there are metaphors that portray the frog as memories. In every metaphor in the poem it seems that they all are about memories for example, when the poet compares hearts to minds, when he talks about curtains and even when he describes the heart forgetting things. All of those things he mentions could be considered metaphors about memories. Therefore memories is the central metaphor of the poem “The Tree Frog” by C. Dale Young.
I decided to read The Chanukkah Tree because I wanted to learn more about the Jewish culture and religion. The identity group that the book depicts are men, women, and children who are Jews. The Chanukkah tree is about the people of Chelm who were tricked by a peddler into buying a Christmas tree by stating that the tree was a Chanukkah tree from America. The people of Chelm were excited and started to decorate their Chanukkah tree using candles for light, latkes, a door of the synagogue, which has a Star of David carved on it, and dreidels. When they found out that the peddler lied to them, they later realized the beauty of the Chanukkah tree.
“Stopping by the Wood on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost and “Four Skinny Trees” by Sandra Cisneros have several similarities and differences. “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost is about when a man stops his horse to admire the beauty of the snowy woods. He is exhausted and wants to stop and unwind, but he must proceed to finish his job. Meanwhile, in Cisneros’s poem “Four Skinny Trees”, a young girl in the city has fitting in. Despite that, she is inspired by the trees to don’t give up and keep on going.
In Shel Silverstein short story “The Given Tree”, Silverstein is portraying to not give to those who will take advantage of what people are willing to give for the benefit of others. In the story, a conversation between the tree and the Boy, led to the tree giving what she possessed to the Boy because she cared and loved him and only wanted to make him happy, “I want to buy things and have fun. I want some money?”, “Take my apples, and sell them... then you will have money and you will be happy” (Silverstein 15). Silverstein describes the idea that people who give all that they have, for the benefit of making others happy, will be left with nothing in the end.
In Barbara Kingsolver's novel, The Bean Trees, many themes appear as the reader analyzes the novel. Themes of womanhood, friendship, responsibility, and community tend to be a highlight of the novel. Taylor Greer goes through many of these themes and learns more about herself than she ever did in her hometown with her mother.
The Cuban Treefrog, latin name Osteopilus septentrionalis, is originally found (native) to Cuba, the Isle of Youth, the Cayman Islands, and the Bahamas. Cuban Treefrogs are estimated to have been introduced into the Florida ecosystem in the 1920s. It is widely agreed by scientists in the Florida ecological community that the Cuban Treefrogs came into Florida through shipment and freight packages coming from the Caribbean. Quickly, this invasive species flooded through Southern Florida, and by 2013, they had spread their population to the very Northernmost end of Florida. Potentially, the Cuban Treefrog can spread to surrounding state habitats; South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas have suitable, coastal ecosystems that could support a Cuban Treefrog population.
“Creating ones path and Finding the path you are suppose to take depends on the person you are” In the stories Boys and Girls and The thing in the forest, you find three girls who find themselves battling with what is going on in there lives. They are growing older and fighting who they are going to become and trying to figure out why they have become the persons they are. Each author takes a different approach in there writings but ultimately both of these stories have a set point in with a moment changes there lives for ever.
The Explanation of the Story: “The Thing in the Forest” by A.S. Byatt In A.S. Byatt’s “The Thing in the Forest”, the author uses the elements of a short story to craft a dark, fairy tale. The title of the story, “The Thing in the Forest”, in the sense that it foreshadows the main idea of the story. The audience expects more than just a "thing", as listed in the title. Byatt emphasizes that the main characters are the two-main protagonist who were girls dealing with more than just a “thing” in the forest that affected them for the rest of their lives. this is the use of symbols that expresses a meaning to focus on the story.
I think people should use fake tree's because they are not that messy as the real tree's. And the real tree's a lot more dangerous the plastic because the real tree's can catch on fire more easily then the plastic on's. And the real tree's. And the fake tree's won't catch on fire as easily as the real tree's do because the fake tree's are fire restarted proof. And the real tree's are not fire proof and they catch on fire very easily the real tree's can catch on fire from the lights, to anything a candle, or from falling over and hitting a light that is on the ceiling, or from a electric fire.
Trees growing in urban and suburban offer many advantages to the city. However, when a tree or part of a tree breakage, it can cause extensive damage to people or property. As compared to the trees in urban, suburban tree are usually able to withstand the strong wind as compared to the trees planted at urban area. This is because due to the limited and sacred land in the urban, the trees have limited nutrient and root ball diameter to grow. As a result, the root of the trees in urban will not grow as extensively as trees in suburban.
Life is a struggle, especially in high school. There are different groups and different types of people. School is a challenge and getting through it is hard. For some, it is harder than others. In Laurie Halse Anderson's novel, Speak, the main character is a survivor of more than just high school.