Personally, the book was hard to envision because we live in a three-dimensional world. The questions that I think about in regards to a second-dimensional place are that how can people move and how can building be tall and have stories? These are a few of the many questions that I would pose to the second-dimension. Because I cannot think of the second-dimension being real, this book was hard to understand and at times it was frustrating. In a sense, it contradicts everything that I have been taught about in school that involves the world being three-dimensional.
It’s easy to find a cheesy book that is so cheesy it isn’t even funny and books that are so serious that you could read the entire novel cover to cover without a single facial expression. This novel is just the perfect bit of seriousness and comedy at the same time. Lastly, this book is educational. What would be the point of the book if it didn’t teach a lesson? This novel teaches some important and valuable life lessons that can change the way people are viewed, and help one to understand why they behave the way they do.
Writers share the rituals of writing—or not is an article by Geoff Pevere detailing the various rituals shared—and not shared—by an assortment of writers, ranging from poets and novelists, to journalists and cartoonists. I found this article both interesting and entertaining, but, as a writer, also very easy to identify with. According to Pevere, “the [writing] process always involves certain rituals of delay” (1). This “navigation of perpetual inertia” is definitely something that resonates with me as a writer (Pevere 1). For me, starting is always the most challenging and lavishly avoided aspect of writing.
I know a lot of words; I just don’t use them in my everyday conversation, thus making it more difficult to incorporate in my essay. The other parts I was dissatisfied with were my introduction and conclusion. After the revision of my paper I noticed they needed tremendous work. Therefore, I completely changed the introduction and conclusion completely to better fit my essay. Sincerely, Kimberly
I also liked learning more about how atomic structure and electrical charge. 3. What did you like least? The least I liked about this unit was trying to learn all the equations and the solutions. Also when doing lab work I think that it needs to show more detail due to I think with that it would be more understanding.
However I enjoyed reading the book, because the main idea of”POWER OF THINKING WITHOUT THINKING” is very interesting and very different. I personally love such topics. With all his stories author has achieved his goal of educating his readers about the new way of thinking. I got learn many things from the book. Being in the hotel industry ill relate all of his examples and ideas in delighting my guests.
Stephen King was saying that confidence in prose will grow along with reading. King mentions that even reading bad books can be just as helpful as reading the great works of literature. These poorly written works can help the reader see and learn what not to do. For example, “Characters sat down to supper aboard their
This was our last conflict during the story. With all the conflicts and differences I rate this 8. My mom helped me look at reading in a different light. She also helped me be a better analyst when I read books with a more complex storyline. I learned from all this that reading isn’t just reading the story.
Interpreting Annotating When a student at Boca High walks into Mrs. Boyle’s classroom, there are a variety of inspirational posters. But the one that drew my attention was a small picture of an old lady that said “annotating- ain’t nobody got time for that!” Sadly for us students, this is the case. Annotating a novel is not only tedious, but it takes away from the book itself. Additionally, it is time consuming as well as stressful on the already stressed out student. Annotation may seem like it has many implications, but those uses don’t outweigh the lessons and enjoyment of reading.
In reading we would read shortened versions of different types of books. I loved reading so this was my favorite subject. After we would read a book we would have to answer questions about it, sometimes we had to write a whole paragraph! We did all sorts of fun projects like making a diorama of Charlotte’s Web; we even got to watch the movie. Some of the books I really liked so I went to the library and checked out the whole