I couldn’t stop shaking. Hook held me tightly, sending a dirty look to my father. As awkward as that would’ve been under normal circumstances, I was too traumatized to care. “You’re going to give the girl a bloody heart attack.” Hook hissed. My eyes fell closed as I tried to control my breathing.
She was the most beautiful girl I had ever seen at that point of my life. I knew right at that moment that I had to do something or anything to let her notice me. I wanted to talk to her but I was too shy. I drew my courage together and finally went up to her to introduce myself. She responded with a cute giggle and told me her name.
To her everything about her was absolutely perfect, she was the definition of beauty. "You don't mind sharing do you? Everywhere else is filled." The woman before her already began removing her scarf, which was for for the weather that they were having. "I don't mind, you are the first to ask."
For a moment, I was at ease because of their presence. But just as the girl in front of me stepped forward to take her place behind the microphone, my heart undeniably started to race once
Therefore, whatever he states throughout this reading is addressing another individual. This is why this poem resembles that of a monologue and by comparing this poem to Dante’s Inferno, Eliot sets this apart from ordinary monologues. Lines 13-14 & 35-36, “In the room the women come and go/ Talking of Michelangelo”, Eliot situates a scene that is categorized by these repeated verses that occur twice in the same exact format. I believe this constantly repetitive line is setting the scene of some sort of social gathering and the reference of “Michelangelo” in it could resemble that the gathering is academically related and J. Alfr... ... middle of paper ... ...l with verbal communication; however, it isn’t he himself in the setting that is illustrating the scenery. This goes back to the discussion of him speaking from another location as Dante did.
She is forced to wear a letter "A," meaning "adulteress," on her bosom for the rest of her life. The book focuses mainly on the sin that was committed because it effected the whole community. The scarlet letter had one basic meaning, "adultery," but to the characters of Hester and Dimmesdale it was a constant reminder of the sin; and to Pearl it was a symbol of curiosity. Obviously, the scarlet letter had the largest impact on Hester, it was a constant reminder of the sin she committed. The "A" she must wear on her bosom completely humiliates her in front of everyone she meets, she begins to even hide behind it, trying to conceal her identity.
She needs to let people know that she's rich because money is the only thing that she cares about, and the only happiness she gets out of life. The novel The Great Gatsby shows many different aspects of the upper class. From corruption to being uncaring many characters never change personalities and don't even try to change. Daisy stayed the same careless, materialistic woman throughout the book and Tom stayed hypocritical and angry. Eventually both run away never accepting responsibility for the damage that they caused.
At that moment everything crumbled, I hear a symphony of out of tune voices all telling me everything I never wanted to know. That was enough. I took the sharpest thing I could find, I needle, and I broke all the strings with it, it took a long while but it eventually worked. Then I shoved the needle in my arm hoping for the worst and yet I woke up hours later still lying on the floor. All the severed strings that used to carry me and hold me up all tied so tightly around me it was suffocating, I could not get them off, but at least no one was controlling them.
How he longed the caress of her hand against his. He did not even notice the general’s orders. “You witch get up. I do not care who your daddy is you are apart of the army now and just because you can fool others. Don't think for a second you can fool Me.” furiously shouted the General.
Weeping knowing that for the rest of eternity there will be only pain, and heartache. “Heartbreak is like one big emotional pain but it also seems to spark off hundreds of other emotions. We hate the feeling of heartbreak, and yet we find ourselves compelled to go over and over memories, ideas or fantasies which make the feeling worse. “ As Dr. Edward E. Smith states, heartache is one of the worst feelings that a person can face. After realizing the kind of heartache and pain that going to hell can cause, people will be more tempted to act morally correct.