The reason I chose this item is because in the book, the main character Pattyn Von Stratten used a journal write down all her troubles because her librarian Ms. Rose told her it would be good for her. The second item I chose was a diaper. I chose this item because all through the main characters life, she had to take care of herself and her six other younger sisters. Her mom and dad always made her change their diapers, feed them, and bathe them. The third item I chose was a ring.
Dana lies to Alice’s mother and tells them she is from New York and trying to get back to her husband which was partly true because she knows the truth of her story is unbelievable. Alice’s mother tell her she can stay till the next night and then she can give her directions to
That Romeo and Juliet had to get married in secret. Then Capulet’s also tried to force Juliet to marry Paris even though she was already secretly married to Romeo. “The County Paris, at saint Peters Church Shall happily make thee there a joyful bride “Act 3
The author seems to tell a story about her grandmother and her basket that she always has with her. An example from the book would be “my grandmother had a little white oak basket, left from the farm, from years of keeping chickens, gathering eggs. My mama says it was her kitchen basket when they moved to town. It might have peaches in it, pot holders, roses, scissors in the bottom sometimes.” At the very end of this book was a little story the grandmother sang to her. It is like a verse that rhymes and repeats.
We are made up of stories. And even the ones that seem the most like lies can be our deepest hidden truths. Stories play an important role in Briar Rose for both the characters and the responder. Briar Rose is about a woman and her promise to her grandmother who claims she is Briar Rose. There are two plots in the novel, you have the present day plot which follows Becca on her search for Gemma’s past and the fairy tale plot, which follows Gemma’s telling of Briar Rose to her 3 granddaughters.
She was in a body cast for three months and that’s when she began drawing and painting. She even drew butterflies all over her body cast to make it look like a dress. As time passed and she began to walk again, she met an artist named Diego Rivera. She was highly influenced by his artwork and she asked him for his honest opinion
She is one of those material people. He begins having parties at his house to get Daisy back. The plan is for her to become impressed with his social status and financial status. Both of the factors do contribute to him and Daisy getting together again. He persuades her to tell Tom that she never liked him, and doesn't want to be with him.
Through having her affair with Gatsby she begins lying to her husband. In chapter seven, Gatsby is having drinks at Daisy and Tom’s home, as Tom leaves the room daisy kisses Gatsby and proclaims, “I don’t care!” (Page 111). She is saying this of her love for Gatsby and that she does not care who knows. This is not only a lie she tells the others but a lie she tells to herself. Later on in chapter seven there is a conflict involving Tom, Daisy and Gatsby.
In 1995, she became the first science fiction writer to receive the MacArthur Foundation "Genius" Grant. The author’s background plays a vital role in delving into the author’s work in any attempt to come up with meaningful explorations and interpretations. Butler was born and raised in Pasadena, California. Since her father Laurice, a shoe shiner, died when she was a baby, Butler was raised by her grandmother and her mother (Octavia M. Butler) who worked as a maid in order to support the family. Butler grew up in a struggling, racially mixed neighborhood.
When Newt Hoenikker asks these questions it’s related to the situation whether you’re choosing to chase or run from it. For example, Newt was telling the narrator about his sister Angela’s marriage. He was explaining why he hated Angela’s husband. He described how he thought it was a very happy marriage from the way Angela talked about it. He held his hands six inches apart and spread his fingers and said, “See the cat?