Opportunity comes to why Miranda stopped talking to Via, Miranda said that at camp she made up lies to become popular one included having a deformed brother, Miranda tells Via this is the reason she stopped talking to her and they become friends again. Prior to this August is packing to go to a school
Since Anne kept a positive attitude, it helped make living in the annex more joyful for some of those in hiding. Sophie Scholl from “Hitler Youth: Growing Up In Hitler’s Shadow” written by Susan Campbell Bartoletti was well know as publicly fighting against the Nazi’s and their ideas, she was one of the few very brave people during that time to speak up against the horrible events that happened. People might disagree with these tactics though, for example, positive attitudes can lead to becoming naive and believing certain things, making you unprepared for the future. Many people got through these problems and conflicts with a number of tactics. People thought positively to believe things will get better, they fought against the root of the problems to try and stop the problem from continuing, and they tried to forget what happened after the Holocaust ended.
She wants her readers to pay notice to the reality but uses disturbing words and phrases that would only make them stop reading. Mitford takes note that “not one in ten thousand has an idea of what actually takes place” (310) and there is so much more beneath the surface of things. Mitford also uses oxymorons such as, “he has done everything in his power to make the funeral a real pleasure for everybody” (314). It’s clear that a funeral isn’t a “pleasure”, it’s an incredibly sad experience (for most people) and it just goes to show the depth Mitford will go to portray her aggressive opinions. As Mitford continues to describe the shocking details about embalming she gets into a routine and systematically gives us disconcerting imagery every other paragraph, such as, a corpse “whose mouth had been sewn together” (312).
As Edward Morrow says, “To be persuasive we must be believable, to be believable we must be credible, to be credible we must be truthful.” This quote perfectly presents how a person has to be believable in order for people to trust and relate to him/her. This person is someone that has weaknesses, is not a stereotype, expresses his opinions, and has hopes, fears and disappointments. Usually, authors try to write about believable characters in their stories, allowing the readers to connect with them. Holden Claufield is a quintessence of this type of character, since he has the exact same qualities as a believable person. Holden confidently shares his opinions and goals.
However throughout the story she grows into a very different person. Her first instance of growth displayed in Persepolis is the knowledge of social class. Marji claims she is “ashamed to sit in her father 's cadillac” (pg 33) and she realizes that difference in social class is the reason the country is in turmoil. The next lesson Marji learns is forgiveness. After threatening a boy because of the deeds of his father, she is lectured by her mother before telling herself that, “You have to forgive, you have to forgive.” (pg 46) A third example of growth in Persepolis is Marji’s declaration that she was a grownup.
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So this is the truth about yourself...” As an effect, Lyra now knows that Lord Asriel is her father and that Jordan had lied to her. Also, she has now gained more trust in John Faa because of him being honest and telling the truth. Without John Faa and the gyptians being honest, Lyra wouldn’t know important things like Lord Asriel being her father. Finally, the Gyptians trust/believe in her. They never doubted her for anything.
You should NEVER be confident. You need to be alert at all times.” I don’t know why, but I believed every word she spoke. The only thing I couldn’t understand, was how bad she drove. She should be better especially for 17 years of age. Something happened that was so scary right after our talk about confidence.
This quote also clearly depicts how allegory works. There is an overall theme of a story-the surface- and then there is a deeper, more insightful meaning. Take Shakespeare for example. It is not the words used itself, but the meaning behind the “foreign and complicated” language. In life everyone faces stories with similar story lines.
“The letter was the symbol of her calling. Such helpfulness was found in her - so much power to do and power to sympathize - that many people refused to interpret the scarlet “A” by its original signification. They said that it meant “Able”” (159). A purpose of the “A” was to make Hester an outcast and therefore she would suffer with no human contact because no one would be willing to interact with her. Although that originally happened, the townspeople eventually learned to accept Hester and they soon went to her for guidance on many different situations.