The ending of the book is so much more different than I thought it would have been. I thought the characters were going to like happily ever after and they did not. A smart writer throws loopholes and twists into his or her writing to keep the story interesting. When I think of love stories I think of happy endings. This story came to me as a surprise.
The main problem with this story was the inconsistance of the sentences, some sentences were too long while others were very short. The only way to truly fix this story would be to re-write it. The second story I chose to write about is called "Horses of the Night" by Margaret Laurence. I did enjoy reading this short story dipite the fact it seem to jump around alot; it would talk about somthing fairly in-depth then just suddenly jump to a different subject or time-era of the story. The author seem to show very good writing ability however so I think perhaps she did this on purpose either just for somthing different or maybe to give you a break from what she was currently writing about.
I learn that book form Shakespeare you really need to understand what the author wan to said and find in the dictionary different definition for one word. Macbeth was the most difficult essay that I make in my life so far so I was happy when I return it the paper because I don’t want to deal with that anymore. I wish I had taken the substantive time to polish my essay. I feel that I have accomplished a major objective by reviewing critic writings but feel bad that I did not make use of my critic abilities so as to give the paper a much more balanced feel. In my last essay about short stories I was thought that was more essay but was little bit complicate on the realist also I chose a theme which I think made it hard to relate elements of magical realism to it directly.
But I do see that the characters were more flat faced emotions and accept their reality does remind me of our world. The presenters were also adept at telling us the book and why they chose the book in the first place. I enjoyed how there were some people who blankly told the truth that they did not like the book and explained why. At first I thought it would be a reader who liked the book, but having a conflicting side it better to draw up more ideas. This made me realized that you did not have to like the book to understand the value of expressing your our options to other
I think that a person’s upbringing is very much dominated... ... middle of paper ... ...confirmed exactly what she had been hoping for.” (Ostwald, 1997, p. 48) I think this shows Florence’s elation, but it does not say anything about if Glenn was happy with his results. In closing I feel as though these three concepts were Glenn’s downfall in the end. If Glenn’s parents had tried to parent a bit differently and worked as a team instead of opposites then maybe their son could have suffered a little bit less. I found that the quotes in this novel are endless that put Glenn at a disadvantage because of his parent’s way of brining him up. Kids need a balance in their life and Glenn just happened to get too much of one thing and not of the other.
Which I have seen to be more of a memo book from the perception of Kathy thoughts. Were the author seem to be unreliable on the truth background of the clone of were they come from, which I pose questions about. In over this entire book was not my favorite to read. The plot was good but I also expected some rebellious actions from Kathy and her two friends. But I do see that having the characters be more flat faced emotions and accept their reality does remind me of our world.
My philosophy used to be that if I could write a paper beautifully the first time, edits were unnecessary. After receiving grades I did not like, however, I realized the importance of taking the time to fully revise my writing. Now, editing is the fun part of writing because the writing is, for the most part, finished. Few activities are more satisfying than finding that misplaced comma, misspelled word, or misplaced modifier. It can get complicated when I have to change, move, or delete entire sentences, but I would rather fix a few sentences than write an entire paper the night before it is due.
Are they a bad premonition? Why did they invite Andrew's family? · The writer cannot not designate clearly if they are a bad omen, but the author uses a technique and leaves a clue. Sharman is a bad sign or in another term could be witches, b... ... middle of paper ... ...s achieved the success with the suspense and questions made in the opening of the chronicle. I suppose success was the gradually start of the story and moving slowly with diminutive description of characters.
Estella was incredibly heartless through the whole book, but just at the very end, she starts to be nice, and Pip thinks that they will be married. This conclusion seems slightly unrealistic. I was glad that he started being kind to Joe. Joe was always kind to him and he needed to straighten his act out. I think that the meaning of this novel is that people are not always what they seem.
The Good Earth I was in a complete daze after reading Pearl S. Buck’s remarkable novel, The Good Earth. It was somewhat hard not to stop what I was doing afterwards and try to put myself in the characters’ shoes and visualize everything that happened in the book. I was so taken by the plot that I remember not wanting to put down the book till I knew what happened next in one of the conflicts in the story. Considering my reaction to it when I first got the book and my reaction to it now, you would really think it’s ironic. First of all I wasn’t quite happy when I found out about the reading we had to do and obviously not looking forward to reading having to squeeze it in my hectic after school schedule.