Conversation started today Savannah Maria Cline 8:30pm Savannah Maria Cline Hellen Keller once said, "A book is good company. It is full of conversation without loquacity. It comes to your longing with full instruction, but pursues you never." This statement is full of truth because books are certainly a great source of comfort and entertainment to me. For instance, my most cherished book, 'Looking for Alaska', written by John Green makes me experience overwhelming emotions such as joy and sadness, and it also gives me a nice laugh.
Wonderful and Cynical Ethane Frome Wonderful symbolism, pleasant reading, yet cynical and deterministic I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and recommend it to lovers of romantic tragedy. For its mere 157 pages, this novel has an amazing impact. Wharton, who is usually credited for her stories set in the society she was more familiar with, such as "The Age of Innocence" writes with profound symbolism here. Setting the story in the town of Starkfield, her main character, Ethan, is a poor farmer caught between the cold reality of his marriage and his warm passion for love. In many ways "Ethan Frome" reminds me of "The Great Gatsby", although Ethan is much more down-to-earth and realistic than the fanciful Jay.
Sometime during Hazel’s life, her parents decided that she was depressed, so they've sent her to a support group. Hazel drags on and on about how horribly boring it is, but soon her perspective changes when Isaac, a friend from group brings ... ... middle of paper ... ... book. Great books come once in a great while, and this book is an absolutely amazing book. This book will touch your heart in all the cold nooks and cranny’s that you so desperately want to keep cold and turn them warm. All the actions of love that Gus and Hazel show towards each other is incredible, and something heartwarming and sweet.
The plot was great. It took me a little time to get into Unhinged, and I didn't race through it the way I did with Splintered, not because I wasn't enjoying it so much as because I was savouring it, trying to piece things together before they happened. The plot is absolutely filled with twists, turns and revelations. Although a YA book, A.G. Howard doesn’t feel the need to spell things out for you, and though you might see a twist or two coming, the book will still keep you guessing about something else, which I absolutely loved. I really liked Alyssa throughout Unhinged.
They are so perfect together, and I love reading about them. The first reason that I love this book is because of the mystery. It always keeps me guessing, and there are many plot twists. For example, Four is hypnotized by the people of Erudite (they’re trying to take over), and he’s programmed so that he will do anything that they tell him... ... middle of paper ... ...ove this book because the characters are developed very well and have such interesting stories! I also love the mystery; it’s like I never know what will happen next and I love books that aren’t predictable.
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Throughout the book, Jim’s emotions are showcased which results in Huck’s pity and also his connection to Jim because now he wants to help Jim become a free man and escape the wrongdoings of society. Twain was also able to criticize society by using satire. One major event that was mocking society’s laws was when Huck was forced to live with his father even though everyone knew that his father was abusive towards him. The judge even talks with Pap, with the latter promising to be a better man, which is ironic since he gets drunk that same night. At the time, these satirical views were unpopular since it mocked society and their way of living.
Though Tom was such a down to earth man, he was still beaten because he didn’t give into his master Legree wrongdoings when he told him to beat a woman (507). Therefore Stowe describes through Uncle Tom that slaves are human beings with wonderful characteristics. The author wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin intentionally to provide information on how slavery’s evil, by describing scenes with harsh treatment, separations of family members, cruel masters, and the good moral character in slaves.
There are many reasons backing up the opinion that he shouldn't. Even though he only showed up in the beginning and the end of the book, he has always been what kept Lily from living a happy life without her mother. T-Ray was the main reason, besides wanting to know more about Deborah, that Lily and Rosaleen left. Not to mention, he was also what encouraged Deborah to leave as well. The little things that he also did all added up to making him a horrible father.
Things were rough all over, but it was better that way. That ... ... middle of paper ... ...r him, and that is when he realizes “Darry did care about me...and because he cared he was trying too hard to make something out of me” and “Darry’s silent fear then was losing another person he loved”(98) Empathy is being able to see through another’s eyes and feel their pain, and this is what drives us together, and that’s what it did for Ponyboy’s family, gang, and even himself. Both Randy and Cherry were “Socs” who helped open Ponyboy’s and see that “maybe the two worlds we lived in weren't so different” (41). And by putting himself in Darry’s position Ponyboy is finally able to understand that Darry’s high expectations was a result from the love and care he had for him. Also, it was through empathy Pony boy was able to find himself and realize that he wouldn’t be able to change the world any time soon, but he could change himself.