It is guaranteed to be supportive of Nolan and the decisions he made. However, it is also slightly critical in saying that he was too enthusiastic which, could be interpreted as a compliment, as it shows that his love for his job is the reason he had an ‘excess of enthusiasm’. This shows that it is legitimate as it seems to have a fair opinion of what type of man Nolan was and how he was portrayed. Source B, an extract of a letter written by a father of one of the survivors of the Charge of the Light Brigade, seems to be more
Phineas, as shown in the passage, remains unfazed by the war and continues to reflect his innocence. Gene’s diction throughout his narration helps to reveal Finny’s personality, but also hints to the major theme of war. For example, Gene recalls,”…I bent cheerfully over to help him up,” this shows how despite the fact that Finny had turned on Gene and later on everyone, Gene still happily helped Finny up. This reflects his personality because it is nearly impossible to become angry at Phineas, his constant fun-loving attitude, rubs off on others. Finny’s personality is also reflected in Gene’s diction when Gene says how Finny had a “steadily widening grin,” when he “was driven down beneath a blizzard of snowballs.” This exemplifies Phineas’ personality because he was at his happiest when the tables were turned against him and there would be no chance of any distinct winners or losers.
His desire to be treated like a human and not property for once in his life came true. Lastly, another character that has moral strength is Tom Sawyer. This man is seen as the symbol for adventure and intelligence by Huck. Tom’s knowledge about books amazes Huck, which causes Huck to follow Tom’s actions. Nevertheless, the praise that everyone gives him doesn’t always bring positive outcomes.
Cassio is convinced of Iago’s love for him – Iago acts genuinely concerned with his situation. When Iago proposes a solution to Cassio’s seemingly hopless situation, Cassio is grateful and therefore rewards Iago with all his trust and respect. “I never knew a Florentine more kind and honest,” (Shakespeare, 113), Cassio exclaims after Iago exits. Iago has thus, without any severely complex machinations, ensured Cassio as a token in his plot against Othello. Of course, for Iago, getting Othello to love and trust him is not difficult – he is already a respected soldier in the army and Othello’s ancient.
He was very determined, confident and had lots of motivation to one day be smart. For example when he says, " I felt proud when he said not every body with an eye-q of 68 had that thing. "(Referring to motivation, PG 203. Charlie also shows happiness when stating, "Burt said yes and he smild and that maid me feel good"(pg 201) Once Charlie received the operation he developed a personality and started feeling emotions. I started noticing negative thoughts and emotions such as: feeling dumb, thinking things are stupid, and loneliness.
He uses this reference to introduce how guys enjoy tinkering. This approach to expressing a point is found to spark interest in the read because when you think of guys you know, or if you are a guy, tinkering is a relatable typical occurrence. Granted that the use of a dramatic example such as this is an incredible leap of faith in regards of offensive writing, but it seems as if this way of thinking resonates in a manor that brings even the most brilliant of scientists on a normal level. The evidence of these national events and its relation to “guyness” is questionable, but Barry reassures the reader by stating “ Every statement of fact you will read in this book is either based on actual laboratory tests, or else I made it up” (414). This is an interesting form of support for an argument fact and fiction being used to back up the main point.
Tess Dorsey 2-3 pg. Essay The Great Gatsby What is it to be a great writer? Is it to simply have a great story…or is there more? To be a truly effective writer or even just a simple story teller; you need substance. A sense of being that will draw the reader or listener in, as if they themselves were in the story, helping them to feel the surroundings of the character within the pages of the book.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Many scholars and critics complain that Mark Twain botches the ending of his novel. I think the ending is was consistent with the entire novel and is important the way it is. Huckleberry Finn (Huck) is actually poised and ready for change in this life and his progression was not destroyed as a result of the ending. As a reader I was able to see Huck go from an unsure boy to a confident young adult with a great sense of right and wrong. We are reminded again with the ending to remember that Huck is just a simple boy who just wants to go with the flow of whatever life brings.
No matter what color, race, sex, what set they’re from, how they were raised, anything. He loves everyone. To prove this, “if you were my son, I’d be the proudest man alive” shows that he shows Looney a tremendous amount of love. Looney has just pulled G aside to show him his report card of “straight A’s” which turned out to be a little off but Father Greg decides to support Looney and show compassion because he is proud of him regardless. Looney actually only got one A grade but didn’t receive any bad marks and G is very proud of him for this.