Use evidence from the documents or sources to provide two to three details about Reason #1 or your Sub Thesis a. Make sure that you state according to what document In your writing EXAMPLE: (Document A, B, C, D, etc.) C. Argument 1. Explanation of why Reason #1 is one factor that answers that question III. BODY PARAGRAPH #2 (Reason Two) A. Sub Thesis: 1.
Point (parenthetical documentation) a. Explanation/sub point b. Explanation/sub point 2. Point (parenthetical documentation) a. Explanation/sub point b. Explanation/sub point B. [Topic] 1. Point (parenthetical documentation) a. Explanation/sub point b. Explanation/sub point 2. Point (parenthetical documentation) a. Explanation/sub point b. Explanation/sub
The second symbol encountered in this passage are the hills. The girl claims that the hills look like white elephants. In years gone by, white elephants were symbolic of a great but burdensome gift. This could potentially be linked to the pregnancy and the child itself. It almosts seems as though she already realizes the great burden that the child could place upon her and her partner.
She looks to the Friar for help and then finds out that her father, lord Capulet, wants her to marry Paris. The friar accepts to help her and tells her “If, rather than to marry County Paris, Thou hast the strength of will to slay thyself, Then is it likely thou wilt undertake A thing like death to chide away this shame,” by completing this promise Friar Lawrence starts a chain of deaths that he would have never imagined. The next example is when Balthazar travels to Mantua and tells Romeo “Then she is well, and nothing can be ill: Her body sleeps in Capulet's monument.” By this Romeo becomes sad and decides to go out and buy poison from a local merchant so that he may go to the Capulet’s tomb and kill himself. This is one of the major parts in the story because if Balthazar had told Romeo the truth then he (Romeo) would have never decided to buy the poison off the poor merchant. Romeo and Juliet is a story that teaches hasty decision making is hurtful t both oneself and others.
Hills Like White Elephants In Ernest Hemingway's "Hills Like White Elephants”, the story illustrates a young woman named Jig and an American man challenged with the decision of abortion. Throughout the sequence of the story it is apparent that the man is persuading Jig to undergo the procedure. The apprehensive discussion the two are having suggests that they are avoiding the underlying issue at hand. In addition, the setting of the story establishes the stigma involved with the procedure, as Jig left her town and traveled to Spain. Hemingway’s use of symbolism in the dialogue and setting helps reveal the difficult matter through suggestion without the actual term abortion being mentioned.
Click image to expand. Frank Lesser considers the unicorn I know about the joy of unicorns firsthand. When I was a teenage girl, my best friend was a majestic unicorn. Arondel would let me ride him and braid his mane, and we'd stay up all night dishing about our Bible crushes. (For the record, I was crazy about Judas.
“Take this vial, bring then in bed, and this distilling liquor drink thou off” – (act 4, scene 1, v93) This is when friar Laurence gives Juliet a potion so she does not have to marry Paris. “Romeo, Romeo, Romeo, I drink to thee.” –(act 4, scene 5, v58) Juliet drinks the potion that causes Romeo to think she’s dead. This potion in a way kills Romeo too. “Alack the day, She’s dead, She’s dead, She’s dead.” –(act 4, scene 5, v23) The nurse says this to lord Capulet. Now she is unable to marry Paris.
This masterpiece implicitly implies the girl is pregnant and the American guy wants her to abort the baby. In the whole dialogue, there are fewer explicit details that convey that fact. Only way can the reader figure out that is to analyze the metaphor of elephant or the accent of the American guy. In this part, various students give different evidence which proves that fact. In Yinjian Lin original post, she states that “That’s all we do, isn’t it – look at things and try new drinks?” (Hemingway 33) said by Jig implies they are facing a new situation, but not very clear what new thing.
Lady Macbeth quietly whispers to herself, "... Make thick my blood./ Stop up the access and passage to remorse/ That no compunctions visitings of nature/ Shake fell my purpose, nor keep peace between/ The effect and it. Come to my woman's breasts/ and take the milk for gall..." (Shakespear 1.5.40-45). Lady Macbeth actually asks to become a man because she believes it will complete her and reward her with all the power. Since this request can not come to fruition the next best thing would be her husband come to power and rule the kingdom. Ultimately, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth differ in their drive but Lady Macbeth's asserts herself meaining Macbeth takes a back seat and complete's all of her wishes.