The action creates a melody that is distinct to the works of the great poet. One can almost sing the poem as the word ‘hips’ forms the base point. The homily she is paying to her physical form is almost sacred in a way (Clifton & Glaser 313). She is proud of what she is and what she is. It is clear that she considers her hips a part of who she is.
Theses writings were for personal use and despite their wishes were eventually published. Because of this, their writings showed true emotion and not that for entertainment or religious persuasion. Once released to the public their experiences were valued and passed on for generations to come. There was many simulates in the works of Anne Bradstreet and Mary Rowlandson’s describing signs from God to appreciate the nature, family and most importunely to put God first. Because of these signs and resulting tragedies, Anne Bradstreet and Mary Rowlandson had a very positive outlook on life and inspired many to follow and appreciate the simple things in life.
Aside from a few words, her speech was very easy to understand.For example when she states, “knows the parameters of a happy life when all it knows is the homogenization of human experience.”(299). Terms like “homogenization” cause the speech to become harder to read because unless the audience knows what the term means there is a disconnect between speaker and audience. Throughout the speech, Quindlen’s tone remained very playful and joyful. To connect with her audience, she had to approach the situation in a manner that connects with her audience. In the text she states “give up the backpack.
Her performance, much like Carlsen, was a joy to watch. She had the best performance of the show, tied with the side character of Gordia Hayes as Uncle Fester. Her facial expressions were deadpan when they needed to be, when she was talking to the little brother side character, and animated when called for, when she was talking to her parents or fiancé. Her voice was also the strongest in the show, having the most power for the love song ballads. Sweeney also showed a lot of talent when balancing the morbid curiosity that her family expects her to show when she is at home, and the happy and bouncing woman she appeared to be when with the fiancé character.
According to The Psychology of Heroism, “...we discovered that heroes tend to have eight traits, which we call The Great Eight. The traits are smart, strong, resilient, selfless, caring, charismatic, reliable, and inspiring” (Cherry). She is very inspiring, whenever anyone needed advice or encouragement on anything in general she was the go to person. She remembers one time one of her players was dealing with relationship issues and she told her to do what she need to do in order to stay safe. She inspired that girl in ways no one else ever did.
6. Benighted, for Phillis Wheatley, had a strong significance to her history. She was a very bright and intellectual women, but to Americans, all they cared about was how much she could work for them. I think she also uses benighted in past tense to show that she has overcome that and now has found what she truly loved doing, writing. 7.
How could she have been anything else? That’s the way Roza was. She took things from so many different cultures…” Kamenidi claims that it was Eskenazi’s exposure to so many different cultures that made her unlike any other singer and even unlike any other person. This sentiment is further validated through a statement from Eskenazi herself near the conclusion of the film: “I am happy with my life. Wherever I went, I did well.
Also, in Doc E it states, “ The aged, … the babe deserted, the epileptic, the blind, the paralyzed, … all found shelter and welcome.” In other words, she took care of anyone, they were all welcome. “Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” Harriet Tubman said.Tubman achieved so much achievements. But, What was her greatest achievement? Tubman’s greatest achievement was being a conductor.
She inspires many people to believe in themselves, and I have been to one of her 1989 concerts. Throughout the concert, she talked about how grateful she is for all the support she gets and encourages her fans to work hard. She is very positive and a great idol to have. Her Instagram is always filled with positive things that she sends out to her adoring fans. She has said that her fanbase, Swifties, and herself are “in it together” and she always talks about how much she loves them.
My mom, my sweet, gentle mom. My mom is like my sister, we love to talk about juicy stuff and love to share with each other what we did during the day. I don 't like to imagine myself without her because she is basically my life. She is caring and kind and always have a smile on her face when she sees me. When I say her name I get a picture of her in my mind.
He slowly learned what it is to live, grabbed his life with his own hands, and experienced many new things that help him grow his mind and heart. Mildred Montag was always wanting a new electronic and rarely strays from watching TV yet she was so unhappy on the inside. She never thought for herself and instead allowed others to make every decision for her without any question because she had never learned how to question things. Finally, Clarisse McClellan was a happy-go-lucky girl who was anywhere near as absorbed in the electronics as Mildred was. She preferred the sound of her thoughts or a conversation with another human to be the sound she heard, rather than scripted exchanges coming from a new television.
The irony of an unfortunate date leading her image to be published in a magazine is a tribute to Aunt Nora’s independence. Despite Aunt Nora’s independent nature, she loves interacting with people and having good conversations. I know how much she appreciates my family’s visits by the excitement with which she speaks. She need us to support her and we are happy to be there for her. However, the best things in her life came from individuality.
How she relayed the message to the readers were very smart in the fact that she was unbiased. This was an article that anyone could read and it wasn’t just pointed to a particular group of people. Her personal experiences throughout the story made us sympathize for her, which is another great tactic that she used. Her tone throughout the story are both defensive and sympathetic which, again, pull you into the story even further. Ultimately, I do think that the message that Balsamo was trying to make came across to the readers.
Hildegard was not like many musicians of her time. She was highly spirited person. She found joy in gorgeous clothing, delicate sounds, vibrant jewels, and delicate aromas. Her music reflected this self-expression. Most songs had a slim range, hovering around the same few notes.