Demeter was the goddess of harvest. Demeter and Zeus gave birth to a girl named Persephone. One day Persephone was picking flowers in Sicily, when she caught Hades eye. Hades immediately fell in love with her beauty. Hades approaches Persephone and asks for her hand in marriage but she rejects him.
Gregor felt his pain subsiding and breathed his last breath. When the cleaning lady came the next morning, she found Gregor 's lifeless carcass and informed the household. The three tenants came out of their room to see what the commotion was. Angry, Mr. Samsa tells them to get out of his house and they leave. Then the family takes a tram ride and feel quite happy with themselves.
For example, onomatopoeia is used in “Bang”, which is the sound of both a “red balloon bursting” and Havisham stabbing at her wedding cake after she receives the message from her ex-fiance. This shows how she is both heart-broken and furious due to her lover’s betrayal and all the shame he gave to her. In addition, the “Bang” can also be when Havisham wakes up from her dreams, with long-gone memories of her lover. In addition, the poet opens by describing Havisham’s ex-fiance, who deceived her completely, as “beloved sweetheart bastard”. This oxymoron is used, and this causes an extreme confusion - strong fragments are used to express Havisham’s anger.
Nick completed his task and everything seemed to be going smoothly, however the weather didn’t seem to agree. It, “was pouring rain,” (Fitzgerald.83) the day of the get-together, and to make it worse, Gatsby showed up looking pale with, “dark signs of sleepiness.” (Fitzgerald.84) After Daisy’s arrival, Nick can feel the tension brewing between the two and decides to leave in order to let them work things out. He returns to a silent room with Daisy in tears, but Gatsby however, was, “literally [glowing].” (Fitzgerald.89) Quite metaphorically, “the sun shone again,” (Fitzgerald.88) symbolizing that they had overcome the obstacles amongst them and they had moved on to a happier place. Following this, Gatsby invites Nick and Daisy to his residence, knowing that he can finally show off his luxurious possessions to her. While displaying his fine English clothing to them, Daisy bursts into tears once again, proclaiming that, “[she’s] never seen such—such beautiful shirts before,” (Fitzgerald.92) As the evening proceeds, the two forget that Nick is present for they are too preoccupied with each other.
Romeo and Juliet both killed themselves in the end so they could be together. In "The Great Gatsby" Daisy says "They 're such beautiful shirts," she sobbed, her voice muffled in the think folds. "It makes me sad because I 've never seen such – such beautiful shirts before." In that line Daisy discusses her affection for Gatsby and his money. Romeo and Juliet are very different just like Daisy and Gatsby.
It was a cold September night and emotions were running high. 2 cars dramatically clashed into each other like it was the right thing to do. The cold night air brushed against my face with ease as I walked on the crunchy street to the scene to check for fatalities. The night sky was a beautiful navy blue, but the streets were covered in maroon red. Blood curdling screams could be heard from the cars and sirens rang in the distance which put me to some sort of ease.
As Claudio seen what was happening, he was furious and emotional. Don John comforts Claudio and the next day at the wedding, Claudio creates a big scene of leaving Hero. Don john comes around and says ‘come, let us go. These things, come thus to light, smother her spirits up’. Thus leaving Hero upset and Claudio not knowing he was lied
Really The gods and Herself play a big role in it. In the beginning Dido is too scared to jump into this relationship. Dido’s old husband was killed by her brother and she really likes Aeneas so she does not want the same to happen to him. She is scared to love again. Dido says that what happened in her past has, “swayed my wavering heart” (4.128.31).
Joan’s cousin, Frank, especially doesn’t like the idea of her doing the same things. This shows that people were quick to judge and stereotyped all women, young or old. When Razor met her, he quickly judged her, “Oi sweetheart, why don’t you forget about playing around chimneys and run home to make me some biscuits.”
Hinton created empathy by showing two sides of the story in The Outsiders, and Eugenia W. Collier created empathy throughout life events in ‘’Marigolds.’’ The Outsiders is surprisingly full of empathy. Ponyboy going to see Johnny in the hospital all burnt up and hurt. There was a time where Johnny said he wanted to kill himself, although when he was in the hospital he sort of regretted saying that he wanted to die. Take each day like if it was your last and live it to the fullest.Live life to the fullest don’t take like granted. “Things are rough all over,” because it explains how it’s not only rough being a Greaser but also a Soc.” (Hinton, pg 43).
“It was the first kiss of her life to which her nature had really responded. It was a flaming torch that kindled desire.” Edna cries when he leaves because of the slight wave of irresponsibility and guilt that overcome her. However, she dies not feel remorse for her actions and simply wishes her first “awakened” love experience could have happened with someone that she actually loves. Edna starts to move her things to prepare for her new home “without even waiting for an answer from her husband regarding his