Also, the ending is incredibly unfulfilling; not only through its speedy intensification, but through the short amount of time given to absorb said escalation. Major questions that the book raised weren’t even answered, so there was no closure for the reader. Lastly, the message—what many readers look for in a book—is entirely absent. Bento learned nothing in his life, convinced himself he was right, and refused to believe otherwise. Dom Casmurro took the readers’ expectations and shattered them—causing many to shake their head.
I “hate” writing because of how unnatural it is to me. Writing and I have never had a good relationship. There’s nothing I enjoy about it. I have trouble translating my thoughts to paper. Even right now, I have plenty of reasons in my head about why writing sucks, but as soon as I go to write it down it becomes jumbled.
I like to read but somehow it was not reflected my paper to write. I am not creative person but I am dreamer. Probably I am not interesting to describe or tell someone funny story. Therefore, I am struggle to write this paper. There were many functions in my whole life.
Bergeron doesn’t have a clear thesis statement for his article. This fallacy made it difficult for the reader to know what Bergeron is willing to talk about , and was also difficult to him to divide the article into many parts each part discussing a separate idea. Chris Bergeron failed to convey his ideas to the reader in his article Myth and the Hero’s Journey: Big Screen Blockbusters” because he used many confusing ways while addressing his words . It could be considered that his language choice ,popular culture references, his misuse of sources and most importantly the lack of central thesis and organization are the confusing ways that he used in his article.
My Strengths and Weaknesses in Writing In this paper, I am to write about my strengths and weaknesses in writing. This is not an easy task for me because I have never considered myself a writer. Reading other peoples thoughts are activities that are more my speed. I simply have trouble putting my thoughts into writing. Since, I do not feel that I have many strengths, let's move on to my weaknesses.
He was an ambulance driver during World War I until he wrote letters back home criticizing the conduct of the war, and the nervous French censors had him arrested and sent him to a detention center, where he remained for three months before being released. While in the French prison Cummings wrote the basis of his first published book The Enormous Room. This book was considered one of the greatest literary works to come out of World War I. This book was written as a journal of Cummings prison stay. It is said to be heightened by an experimental prose style and a hatred of a bureaucracy that could treat helpless and innocent civilians so cruelly.
People also debate whether or not Prufrock from the poem is typical of people today. While there are a plethora of reasons Prufrock is not typical of people today the main three reasons are he is very reserved, he overthinks most situations and he tries avoid his problems instead of solve them. There are a few instances in the poem that refer to Prufrock as an introverted person distinguishing him from typical people today. For instance, in the poem Prufrock says “I
Another thing about how I write is that I sometimes write how I talk. Not a lot of people recommend that style of writing but to me it is my own personal style of writing. I know cant nobody write like me. I also know that cant nobody sound like me when writing. It is impossible.
I personally do not enjoy writing like most people would feel about reading a dictionary. I am cautiously treading water with every word I type. I have always found writing to be a tedious process. I have never found ease in wording something the way I want to; therefore, it usually sounds so much better in my head. I’ve never considered myself to be comfortable with writing in general.
This is one of the reasons there is so much controversy surrounding this novel on whether schools should read it, as stated by this critic, “some people complained that the novel’s language was crude and obscene” (Moss and Wilson). Holden is overly pessimistic that for many there is little inspiration in the novel. Readers do not want to act like the main character for the fact they will become alienated from society as well. “The irony, of course, is that Holden himself has already been contaminated by the world he despises” (Rholetter). Holden had so many people who wanted to watch him succeed, however he failed to notice any of them.