Dillard believes she must make her writing interesting, if it is dull people won’t read it. She also knows she must decide what to put in her writing and what to leave out, depending on how people would react to it. Faulkner doesn’t even think about that kind of stuff, he believes you should write about the emotions we experience and “help him endure and prevail.” Each of these duties are completely different, but yet, they both make sense and to help them
Dubose take on an unwinnable challenge and they are aware of their own limitations. But still they proceed to fight the battle that they will lose in the end. Atticus takes a case that is impossible to win but hopes to win the appeal, Mrs. Dubose gets rid of the addiction, but she knows that she going to die. Atticus, like Mrs. Dubose, also knows just winning Tom’s appeal will not win the war of racism. Atticus’ courage shows to be more moral in the book because he is doing this for everyone and not just himself.
It is funny that the two have done nothing of the sort in reality. The speaker implicitly requests the lady not to worry because at least that kind of canonization might happen in the future. Those foolish people will regard the hair and bones as things for doing miracle by the lovers; to the man, the miracle is a different one. He does regard that his beloved is a real miracle, however. He is writing the present poem to tell the truth to those who will read and know the reality of those future times when people will make nonsense myths out of such incidents.
But no kinsman of his sin; Accept no foolishness and do not support the child when they break the rules or behave badly. In his final paragraph of the essay, Emerson tells the readers “Consent yourself to be an organ of your highest thought”. He is telling the readers that one needs to allow ones selves to be in service to what is known to be right. He believes that we are all capable of great things, and we must believe in ourselves and do what we know to be right. 6.
This is an important message the poem has reminded me of. Emotionally, there are times when I just give up, but this poem gave me the inspiration to not think this way because there are various of ways to overcome the obstacles life has randomly prepared for us. The wall is an assertive symbol expressing the challenging obstacles hindering our lives, but like the poem says, we can persistently push through like a flying helicopter or find passages under the wall. Life is full of walls that seem to not budge, but when work hard to pass the obstacle, we will know that we have succeeded and that is the greatest present life can give us. Whether I lost hope or just gave up, “Where there's a wall” reminds me to persevere no matter what by becoming a rocket shooting over the wall or tying SOS letter to a bird or even exploding like a bomb.
But yet again it comes to the point of him writing something meaningful and something that will make him regret what he has done. I say that the only reason every letter should be meaningful is because he could be writing anything he wants just to avoid further punishment. Part of me agrees with the punishment because no one can tell if he is writing the truth about how he feels except for him. Also, the fact that the family doesn’t say anything about him being punished more makes me believe that they are satisfied with the punishment. If Andrew is being honest about what he is writing then it is a
The rhetorical purpose of explaining the anticipated results before revealing the actual proposal is to persuade the readers to believe in his proposal by having a good outcome. Also, he wants to have been viewed as a positive character from his audience so that the audience doesn’t become upset when he states his proposal. 5. Swift doesn’t end paragraph 9 after “food” because then that would leave the audience to think about the statement he just made. He deflects the attention from the statement by listing different ways of preparation.
Benedict Ayap McMillan E2A, Per 5 11/16/12 The Alchemist The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho shows his readers that they shouldn’t let their fears stop them from achieving their dreams. We all have fears. Our fears can stop us from doing what we need to do. People tell us what we can and can’t do to the point where we feel like they’re right. Santiago’s heart was telling him the dangers that had threatened him.
The story gives importance about hope when venturing into the reality of life. People are afraid of what they don’t understand and can easily make assumptions out of it which becomes our fears. The movie also teaches me about writing where the main character was accused of plagiarism. More importantly, it teaches me that in writing I should write deep down from my heart, just let the words pour and let the thinking becomes second. I can say the movie is spectacular due to following reasons.
A person should liver their life the best that they can, and help out who they can, and to not waste their life. They should have made self morals and guide lines in their life, and they should not put people down and not being depressed and see life as a horrible. Like the Stage Manager said in Act II, “You’ve got to have life to love life, and love life to have life.” So a person should not look at life as a cup half empty, but the opposite, the cup half full and take life in and love it. Some people don’t enjoy a life because of some accident or an uncontrolled even, so if you don’t do anything with your life, that is a waste of life that has been given to you. A person should live life to the fullest and love every minute of it because each day could be your last