Doodle Essays

  • Doodle By John Clouds Summary

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    project and at the same time complaining about the workload (mostly because we need to conduct an interview), I unconsciously, with the pencil in my hand, started to doodle. (Doodles are spontaneous marks that can take many forms, from abstract patterns or designs to images of objects, landscapes, people or faces. Some people doodle by retracing words or letters, but doodling doesn 't include note-taking.) I drew random objects that don 't even make sense. I had a bunch of faces (emojis) drawn all

  • Character Analysis: A Walk To Water

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    Have you ever gone through the desert with only a small gourd of water? Well, the Lost boys of Sudan went through South Sudan to get away from the war, and some other challenges. In the book a Walk to Water Salva and Nya have problems of getting water, but Salva is based on a real person who went through the challenges of losing his family and the brutal Sudanese war. These are some of the challenges he faced and how he solved them with what he had throughout his life. Through harsh challenges

  • Salva's Personal Journey In A Long Walk To Water

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    A personal journey is a series of events, spiritual, mental, or physical. Salva was born in Sudan, Sudan was a very impoverished country. But Salva was one of the more lucky children in his tribe because his father raised cattle. This allowed him to go to school, and to have food on his table. Though he life wouldn’t be the same after one day after school, this event started him on his personal journey. In the book A Long Walk to Water by Linda Park, the character Salva, was sent on a personal journey

  • Doodle Symbols

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    Simply, a doodle is a symbol. A symbol is an object chosen to represent some idea. There are many ways to analyze doodles, for example, an angular doodles are signal of planning, constraction, and aggressiveness. Heavy pressure usually point of capability. A variety of doodler may well mean a varity of interest. On the other side, there are a number of signs which reveal a love of the out doors, a love of wild life animal life, bird life. Especially, doodlers of birds are more gentle than those of

  • Brother And Doodle Relationship

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    In James Hurst’s heartbreaking story The Scarlet Ibis, young Brother and Doodle find themselves bound by love. Hoping for companionship from Doodle, he faces disappointment as he observes his baby brother’s one capability: lying in bed. Unfortunately, he plans to murder Doodle by “smothering him with a pillow” until the day he notices Doodle lock eyes with him and smile. On this occasion, Brother shouts with joy, “Mama, he smiled. He's all there! He's all there!” (345). A young six-year-old, Brother

  • The Death Of Doodle Analysis

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    The Death of Doodle “Where there is a will, there is a way. If there is a chance in a million that you can do something, anything, to keep what you want from ending, do it. Pry the door open or, if need be, wedge your foot in that door and keep it open.” -Pauline Kael. If there is a chance of something happening, then there is always belief that it could happen no matter the circumstances. Brother was at fault for Doodle’s death because he was not a good brother or person for abandoning him. Brother

  • Significance Of Doodle In The Scarlet Ibis

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    metaphor for Doodle because they both share similar traits and circumstances. When Doodle and his brother first see the bird, it was in a tree with its “long legs... perched precariously. Its wings hung down loosely, and as we watched, a feather dropped away and floated slowly down.” Similar to the bird, Doodle has problems moving his lower body and his legs are awkward until his brother teaches him how to walk. In addition, the bird doesn’t seem to be healthy and normal, just like Doodle. This is important

  • Brother Doodle Character Analysis

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    to brother as a fun-loving kid who just wants a playmate. When his brother, Doodle, is born though he becomes selfish and ashamed of his brother. Brother is selfish when he says, “was embarrassed at having a brother of that age who couldn't walk, so I set out to teach him.” The only reason a Brother taught Doodle how to walk was for his own personal gain. Brother is ashamed of Doodle because of his disability and [Doodle] walked only because [Brother] was ashamed of having a crippled brother. It

  • Golden Doodle Autobiography

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    It was a Saturday morning at 9:30. I was in my room packing my books to get ready to moved to our new house. My dad all of a sudden texted me pictures of 8 week old golden doodle puppies. I knew that he wanted one badly. A doctor had brought a bunch of puppies to the surgery enter. My dad saw them and knew that my family was eventually going to get a puppy, so instead of talking to my mom, he texted my sister and me. My dad got a doctor to pick us up and take us to the surgery center. When we

  • Essay On The Pride Of Brother Doodle

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    While the pride of Brother fills him with the undying effort or pressure as seen by Doodle, it compels Doodle to perform such action his brother deem is worthy of practicing and performing on the regular. The basis for my argument is the direct mentioning of how Doodle is obviously abnormal to every other child of his age. Falling behind in basic skills, and as well as social ones; Doodle continues to fall short of being regular and brother efforts seems to divulge into pride more than care. Of the

  • Doodle To Stand Alone Analysis

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    It is in the paragraph in which Doodle’s brother teaches Doodle to stand alone is essential, because it allows the reader to feel emotional connection towards Doodle and the author develops this situation as a major climatic book in the short story The Scarlet Ibis. Doodle is a young boy who is mentally disabled, resulting in him not able to stand on his own feet. His brother is embarrassed and ashamed of Doodle’s inability to stand, let alone walk, or play like the other boys. Therefore, he set

  • Examples Of Doodle In The Scarlet Ibis

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    He most of the things with doodle because he is either forced or for self pride and have a selfish and egoistic ground to them. He does things to Doodle sometimes just to be malicious. This goes off the sense that most good deeds have evil roots. For instance, The reader knows that the narrator is a bad brother when the brother renames him Doodle. The brother says,"It was perhaps the kindest thing I ever did for him because nobody expects much from someone called Doodle" Hurst 8. Renaming a loved

  • Doodle Relationship In The Scarlet Ibis

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    In the story “The Scarlet Ibis” Doodle and the bird are the best representations of each other. One of the examples to show this is “He lay very awkwardly, with his head thrown far back, making his vermilion neck appear unusually long and slim” (Hurst 139). This exact quote from the story describes how they are alike because when they were both dead they had long and slim necks. The bird was also lying in an awkward position with its legs crossed and its “ clawlike feet were delicately curved at

  • Compare And Contrast Doodle And The Giver

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    INTRODUCTION MLK, The Giver, and Doodle are different and they are the same by all the details of all of the stories…… MLK Structure MLK was talking about how being different wasn’t a way to not use the same stuff. Martin Luther King Jr. wanted freedom without using or sharing the opposite of what the white people had. He believed that black and whites could live equally. Than his people no longer needed to be treated differently because of the color of their skin. Even though slavery ended

  • Dudu De Doodle Analysis

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    By Yeo Chia Hui Doodle artist, Dudu De Doodle, is the modern day joy giver. A superhero of sorts (think Robin Hood’s benevolent nature and Spiderman’s life behind the mask), he uses his art to cheer people up. As a way to bring happiness to one's day, he generally doodles on serviette, tissues, disposable cups then gives them away. Making the decision to be anonymous, he goes by his artist name, Dudu, and has never disclosed his face to his fans - unless you’re lucky enough to catch him in the

  • Golden Doodle Research Paper

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    My best friend just so happens to be my goofball of a dog, Bentley. He is a two-and-a-half-year-old golden doodle and has the biggest personality I’ve ever seen in a dog. Being a golden doodle means he’s half golden retriever and half poodle, with traits from both breeds. I got Bentley when he was six months old from an Amish farm on the Minnesota-Iowa border. When I arrived to pick him up I was taken aback by his size, there was no way he could still be a puppy, he was nearly 60 pounds! Over time

  • Spencer O Doodle: A Short Story

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    Spencer O’ Doodle I walked out of my small apartment, into the chilly, polluted morning air, down the long cracked sidewalk, into my boring job. Alone. “What’s up Spencer?” asked a coworker as I walked past his desk. Your cholesterol, I thought in my head. I actually just half smiled and said, “Nothing much, I’m doing great.” I could tell that he knew I was lying, but I just snickered away, and he continued eating his chocolate donut. I work at city hall as a city council representative. Work usually

  • The Brother Who Killed Doodle Analysis

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    narrator killed doodle effectually. The brother was egoistic and didn’t listen to Doodle when he wasn't eligible to work anymore. Doodle unpleasantly died because of his condition which was hard for him to cure because he was born with a condition that he could never walk. Doodle was born October 18 , 1911 and died in 1918 just before his seventh birthday. Doodle was born with a condition where he cannot walk, and was expected to die as an infant. But brother (narrator) pushed Doodle with a goal

  • Character Analysis Of Doodle In The Scarlet Ibis

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    Doesn't give his name, but he tells about his time with his brother, Doodle. Doodle is a complex character in many ways, he was born a cripple but was, by some accounts, blessed, and Doodle also had the element of being a genius for his circumstances. On October 8, 1911 Doodle was born with a heart condition that left him physically and mentally disabled, and wasn't expected to live past infancy, but, by defying the odds, Doodle survives his first few years of his life. Some of the characters believe

  • James Hurst Doodle Character Traits

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    and caring of what other people say. For example, A short story by James Hurst “ Scarlet Ibis”. Hurst tells a tragic story of doodle a disabled child and his brother. Doodle’s life is like a series of love and complication. Doodle doesn't give up because he is shown desirement although he goes through occasional cruelty by his brother. Brothers only motivation is to make Doodle like other kids to avoid himself from self embarrassment of having a brother who is disabled and going through a battle of