They even plan to marry off their children together but for Jongdae he never told Joonmyeon that his sons actually been dying to marry Joonmyeon’s sons and they are guys for the god sake. In this decade, people no more concern about gender, age or whatsoever because the most important thing how the love was create and to leave happily ever after. This is what everyone ever wishes for their lifetime as a human being. And yes, this is what Jongdae’s children always believe. They have been loyal fans to their idols until today.
Great Gatsby4 From the time he wrote his first novel, F. Scott Fitzgerald was bound to be a classic novelist, portraying his life from birth, through his youth, and through his older years in mostly all of his novels, including his most popular novel, The Great Gatsby. Fitzgerald’s life from youth to death found full expression in some 160 short stories (Prigozy, 1). The elegiac note that characterizes his reminiscences of his early childhood and struggling adolescence greatly affected his work (Prigozy, 1). F. Scott Fitzgerald was born on September 24, 1897 in St. Paul, Minnesota. His father, Edward Fitzgerald was a distinguished lawyer, Fitzgerald’s mother, Mary McQuillan, was left with the inheritance of a million-dollar grocery business after her parents’ death (Philips, 1).
Because his father never brought home any money, Frank supported the family with what little wages he earned at his job and was determined to make a good life for himself, his brothers, and his poor mother. Frank learned to depend upon no one but himself and his determination to succeed won him a new life in America where he now lives happily married. I noticed numerous literary devices present throughout the book. One such device is the use of apostrophe. Apostrophe is used continuously when Frank speaks to the angel on the seventh step and also when he and his parents speak to the dead children such as Eugene, Oliver, and Margaret.
Beyond Frank’s world of imagination and books were all of the male figures in his life. Frank’s father was never around much so he didn’t receive any type of guidance from him. Frank said some where in the novel that his father was like two different p... ... middle of paper ... ...d imagination that seemed to keep Frank going but it was also his dream of a better life, the dream to provide for his family so they wouldn’t be hungry anymore. Most of all, it was his dream to go America. Frank had the idea of how wonderful America was.
There are two men in my life that I have looked up to and tried to follow their leads, those two men are my dad and my Pop-Pop. Neither of these men ever had the greatest job in the world, they never had the nicest car on the street, and they never put themselves first. These two men have the largest hearts for family that I have ever seen. For 50 years my Pop-Pop was a barber, he brought home just enough money to support his family and never had anything extra for himself. However, that is not what made him special, his family never knew that they were poor, they never knew that my Pop-Pop skipped a meal everyday and this is because he did it willingly.
Although he had limited education (it ended when he was 10), he loved to read and he taught himself to become the notable writer he was. Among his various careers, he was once a statesman, author, publisher, scientist, inventor, and diplomat. Douglas Anderson, the author of the nonfiction book The Radical Enlightenments of Benjamin Franklin, published in 1997 by The Johns Hopkins University Press, talks about the implications of Franklin’s work both in London and British North America. Anderson examines Franklin’s religion, scientific, and political thinking. The author’s thesis is a result of Benjamin Franklin’s, one of the most influential men in American history, involvement in all the different fields mentioned above and how it shaped North America.
As he grew older he was still left uneducated to the immorality of slavery, yet he also knew even without foreknowledge that it was wrong. The influences slavery had on him were later very clearly expressed in one of his most popular novels The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Twain’s young life was rather straightforward. His only formal education was a private school in Hannibal, which he grew great contempt for rather quickly. Then he spent his summers on his uncle’s farm, wh... ... middle of paper ... ...marrying Olivia and having three daughters, he began to write his most memorable books and stories yet.
Living from 1936 to 2002, Ambrose published many great historical works. Perhaps his greatest work was finished months before he passed away, as he finished writing one of his last books, To America: Personal Reflections of an Historian. This book was his final goodbye to the country he so dearly loved. The topics he covers in this book range from the beginning of the Founding Fathers to World War Two to the turn of the millennium. Throughout his life, he was always fascinated with militaries and war.
Animal Farm: Communism Through The Eyes of George Orwell Throughout history, writers have written about many different subjects based on their personal experiences. George Orwell was the pen name of Eric Blair. He is one of the most famous political satirists of the twentieth century. He was born in Bengal, India in 1903 to an English Civil Servant and died in 1950. He attended Eton from 1917 to 1921, and served with the Indian Imperial Police in Burma from 1922 to 1927 before moving to Europe.Two of his most famous books, Animal Farm, written in 1946, and Nineteen Eighty-Four, written in 1949, were written about the political and social environment surrounding his life.
Little did President Cleveland know that FDR would become one most notable US president in history. As he grew up, FDR received his most basic education from tutors, and then he moved on to Groton, where by strict teaching methods, he learned to look at the sunny side of situations instead of complaining. (Hakim, 95) Later, Roosevelt graduated and attended Harvard U... ... middle of paper ... ...ourage and optimism needed to bring the US out of its suffering. Forever, he changed the way presidents communicated with citizens; he brought comfort by providing understanding to troubled Americans during the Depression. FDR gave assurance and inspired new dreams for equality during World War II, and he still continues to inspire today.