Bracelets dangling and making noises when she moves her arm… The dress is loose and flows, and as she walks closure, I like it. I hear Maggie go "Uhnnnh" (Walker 2439). She shows a very selfish characteristic and that trait is repeatedly brought out in the story. For instance, she begins to ask for things in the house like the chair and desk. Another instance is when she asks her mother for the quilts her grandmother had made, her mother said they were for Maggie; Dee's reply was, “Maggie wouldn't appreciate the quilts” and Maggie says, “Dee can have them” (Walker 2441).
She writes, “She laid her hands on me,/then washed out my mouth/with Ivory soap. This/was to purify, she said,/and cleanse your lying tongue.” These few lines make me think that she’s trying to describe white as the right thing. She does this again in the second stanza when she says, “I could act like my homemade dresses come straight out of the window at Maison Blanche.” This phrase makes us think that dresses from the “White House” are better than others. I think the overall message of this little girl is that she used to think that white was better. Clothes were
* “dying orchids on the floor beside her bed” pg 151 quote * Daisy was in a fog and she did not know what to do without Gatsby. * The beauty of the orchids had gone away now and they were “dying” because the happiness of her evening came and went so quickly like the life of the orchids. Body Paragraph 3: TRS: The white petals of a daisy signify purity which is similar to the pureness of sprit signified by the white outfits that Daisy wears. (need to clean up) TS: The name Daisy given to Gatsby’s true love is significant because outwardly she appeared to be worthy of his love but inwardly she was not
The main points are supported by relevant evidences, explanations and reasons. For example, the painting of “Girl with a Pearl Earring” by Johannes Vermeer is supported with evidences. The speaker research proves that the suggestion of the girl in the painting was the daughter of Vermeer was wrong. However, she was the lovely maid, who developed an intimate relationship. Her research also reveals that the clothes and pearl earring worn by her was actually his wife’s belongings.
The similarities can be evidently understood and recognized within “Zhongzi, Please,” and “The Beginning of the Song that Diverts the Heart”. This is due to the response of the women described in the poems. The similarities include unique cultural beliefs. That effected the way love was understood and acted upon within the writings. Zhongzi, Please Within the poem “Zhongzi, Please”, the teachings of Confucius are evident.
For example, no matter how beautiful a woman’s beauty from the outside can be. Her beauty can take her so far to the point that if her personality is ugly, she can appear to be an ugly person on the outside as well. Oochigeaskw clothes were traditional and because she wasn’t thinking like her sisters. Instead of wearing fancy clothes, she made her own dress “decorated in the style of long ago”. I guess she was trying to balance out her wardrobe and the scars that she had on her face.
Yhadira Tacury ENG 096 10:00 10/29/09 2nd Paper “The Flowers” “Flowers” is an appropriate title for Alice Walker’s short story, because she found a wild pink rose. The wild pink rose is different from the other flowers she picked. Myop’s reaction to the dead man is significant because a wild pink rose is growing on the dead man’s head. Flowers can represent happiness and love, kindness and gentleness, along with death and sorrow. Happiness and love are beautiful feelings.
Was Cinderella really blessed, or really cursed by a dove that her mother left behind? In a poem called “Cinderella” written by Anne Sexton, it was told that “Cinderella planted a twig on her mother's grave and it grew to a tree where a white dove sat.” The dove is a blessing to Cinderella, but a curse to her cruel family. The dove is a true bless to Cinderella because she got a dress, shoes, and a chance to dance with the prince. She worked hard, knowing that if she picked up all the lentils, her stepmother would let her go. Her little dove friend helped her by “calling his friends and picked up the lentils in a jiffy”.
Or that something’s in her life were uneven. Also the whole skull is symmetrical but the flowers on the head are different and the bow this may be suggesting what she had on her head was never the same and was always different. The famous recognised “hello kitty bow” could try to establish the fact that she was a fan of the character or tried to dress or feel like the character hello