This quote is a very good example of an adjective, because it is very descriptive and vivid which helps the reader picturize this. Now we can see that adjectives can change the story to another story. "There was a sound like a great matted yellow hive of bees within a dark bellows, the lazy bumble of
He starts talking about the flowers and how beautiful they are, and this makes Elisa feel beautiful and valued. A stranger is noticing her “place”, her hard work. When he offers to take the chrysanthemums out of the garden, off the farm, some place to grow, she is elated. “Beautiful” (690). “Oh beautiful” (690).
Faulkner’s use of the color white in this story is to represent the innocence and youth of Emily’s traditional past, before she falls victim to herself. Later Miss Emily is described to have worn all black attire and her eyes looked like to lumps of coal. Yellow is an attention getting color which may represent happiness and cheerfulness but on the other hand may also represent caution, deceit, and sickness. The use of the color is rather intriguing. The yellow glove Homer wore on his and Miss Emily’s buggy rides represents the friendliness of Homer that the town seemed to enjoy but the yellow pillow that Miss Emily’s head rested on when she passed most likely represented her mental state at that time.
The use of the words ‘green’, ‘pastels’ and ‘first kittens, first love’ also portrays new life that is created through the process of haymaking and the pleasant memories that can bring from working. The use of positive imagery and a subsequent sense of enjoyment in work is also explored in A.B. Paterson’s poem ‘Shearing at Castlereagh’ through the use of words such as ‘merry’ and ‘golden’, revealing that work can be a happy experience if the worker has a sense of pride in their job. These two poems differ greatly to William Blake’s poem ‘The Chimney Sweeper’, which looks upon work in a much more negative approach. The poem as a whole explores how work exploits and oppresses the innocence of the chimney sweepers.
As well as this being a chance for Jamie Oliver to interact with his audience on a more chatty tone this could also just be his social and regional dialect this is how he may talk and he is known to say 'beautiful' numerous amounts of times. Grice's Maxims however may also be another language device this could be because Oliver is referring to the quality of the cauliflower and being truthful and calling it beautiful again this may not be necessarily true but could be interpreted as another feature. Jamie Oliver uses discourse markers because hes saying and describing what he’s doing whilst doing it. “bust open”- he’s simply saying open it however he says bust it open which can also be his dialect because that’s his chatty tone he uses to his audiences. Jamie uses vague language because he uses the word bust which isn’t a very formal word therefore its very vague on what he means by bust.
“I shut my eyes. Judge Taylor was polling the jury: “Guilty… Guilty… Guilty… Guilty… : I peeked at Jem: his hands were white from gripping the balcony rail, and his shoulders jerked as if each “guilty” was a separate stab between them.” (Lee, 282). Jem is now realizing that there are serious problems in the town of Maycomb. However his most “mockingbird” like quality is his sympathetic nature. When Nathan Radley fills in the tree hole that Boo left gifts for the kids in, Jem cries because he realizes how important that was to Boo.
But his eyes say it all. You can tell that his eyes are tried, puffy, and scared by the mission and Rougle’s death. Cortez seems like he’s about to start crying possible because he’s utterly exhausted and so scared to how he will over come this tragedy. Hijar also talks about the death of Sergeant Rougle and he says, “I’ll never forget it, I’ll just have to learn how to process it differently.” Hijar posses and the look on his face is shocked, as if he mentally relived it for that quick moment. He just looks so sad and frightened.
The three things that affected North Vietnamese, hating Americans, living in harsh conditions and receiving severe injuries were all things they had to deal with during and after the war. They hated the Americans for causing deaths and poisoning land that will now cause problems for North Vietnamese today. The harsh conditions led to injuries which also made them hate Americans. As much as they hated them at that time, they now forgive and try to move forward from what happened. The Vietnam War definitely affected them in a bad way but at least they look into the future and not think of the past.
Guilt is a feeling of sadness that you know you have done something wrong to another person. Shame is a feeling of dishonor, that you have lost the respect of someone because of you actions. Shame is when you know what you are doing and at the same time you still fail. Shame affects a person I believe more than guilt. A person feels guilt when done something wrong, that is just a feeling of sadness that’s it.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder We live in a world raged with war, hatred, rapes, loss, love, trust and peace to name a few. With continued threat of nuclear war, murder to include mass killings of innocent people (children), and increased mental illnesses life can be difficult for people to find their balance especially after suffering a traumatic event. The past has taught many to hide the negative and show the positive. The old fake it until you make it concept. The past has taught that it was almost shameful to show weaknesses and difficulties in a person’s life, especially when the persons issues may reflective negatively on the family.