The Great Gatsby is a fictional story with fictional characters. We know this because the author of the book is named F. Scott Fitzgerald. although the book is related to Fitzgerald’s life, it is not actually about him. That's why I think Nick is a trustworthy narrator, because why would Fitzgerald make a character biased about another if he's the narrator. There are no quotes in the novel stating that it
After Maleficent’s wings were removed, there were ominous skies, little sunlight, and few signs of life. These sudden changes in Maleficent 's kingdom reflect her dark and evil soul. Geography in literature doesn’t always pertain to just the setting. It also serves as a symbol to represent the character’s
"Only his shadow of a hawk in mid-country." (Paragraph 6) there is not many people out where Mr. Mead lives. Bradbury also uses a simile in paragraph 22. "The light held him fixed, like a museum specimen, needle thrust through chest." Mr. Mead is not used to seeing other people.
In fact, Patsy’s handwriting was only similar on the lowest possible scale and countless numbers of people could also fall into that category (Douglas, 449). There was no evidence of the string found tied around JonBenet’s hands and neck in the home. In addition, strange marks on JonBenet’s body resembled burns left from a stun gun and yet authorities did not find one at the scene and neither parent owned one (New York Times). Other evidence that suggested an intruder included a footprint found near JonBenet and a palm print on the door facing of the wine cellar that did not match those from the Ramsey’s or their friends
The castle and mansion in both stories started off similar. They both were dark and had this large empty feeling to them which was caused using camera angles, in the castle Tim burton showed very few people living there with the beast to give it this lonely feeling to it that it was such a large castle and the amount of people didn 't fit that raito. the mansion start off with a lawn that is covered in plants that look like they haven 't been worked on in years it gives it a spooky look to it, the mansion is also painted a dark gray colour and the inside is made of wooden boards as the floor and the only light that comes in is from the sun or the moon, but when they show the inventors room it shows a checkered floor and a much more brighter room. Later on in beauty and the beast they show much more people living in the castle and gave it this lively vibe to it and suddenly the castle didn 't seem so empty and lonely any more they also started to show more sunlight come into the castle and show that everyone inside of the castle
I think this book is about not judging people if you don’t know them and don’t know their history, and here will the reason(s) why you shouldn’t judge people like,Michael(Smitty), in the novel ’ The only Alien On the Planet ’.In the beginning of the story there is this kid that goes by the name of “Smitty”, and nobody knows what his problem is,so people automatically think that he’s autistic,or that something is wrong with him and they don’t know that,so that is just like judging a book without a cover. Smitty doesn’t talk to people,not even let people touch him,the reason is because Smitty has a horrible past with his brother,and experienced death before,and his older brother told him that if he were to ever speak, that a bomb in his head
For example, in his library, he has a collection of “absolutely real” books, rather than “durable cardboard” (45), expected by Owl Eye, and attendant of one of Gatsby’s parties. This shows that Gatsby is not only trying to convey the fact that he is rich, like all of his party attendants, but that he is a respectable man who should be taken for more than his face-value.
I believe the depiction of andrew was unfair because he did not rule as if he was king. When i look at the second cartoon of andrew jackson i think of something dark. The rats and the bat make me think evil, and andrew looks like a vampire. I believe the main importance of this cartoon is to show andrew in charge. There are not any numbers or dates in this cartoon.
Shelley does not present the Biblical worldview in most parts of her novel, Frankenstein, but a few parts do illustrate the Biblical worldview. Shelley does not hint to an omnipotent God in the world of Frankenstein, but a book referenced in the story does talk about a Creator, and Victor is considered by the monster as the monster’s Creator. When the monster discovers Victor’s books, he makes note
There have been many tales told around the world about monsters, but each has their own dwelling place. Although, they all have one thing in common: it is a dark place where no one dares to enter. Normally this would be a cave, swamp, or castle. No light may go past the front door. They lurk in the shadows, invisible as they hide behind the night sky.