Writing allowed Anne to maintain her sanity and spirit while in hiding. It also gives people the opportunity to re-live her story today. Anne Frank “ hoped to confide everything” (to her diary) and hoped it would be “a great source of comfort and support”. Not only was Anne’s diary extraordinary because of the remarkable events she described, but she was also an excellent storyteller. She would let her imagination run wild and this kept her spirit alive.
She has changed a lot since the beginning of the play. Keeping a smile on my face throughout this scene is quite important. It shows to the audience that Katherine, now tamed is really happy. She can truly enjoy life and it’s brilliance to the fullest now that she has someone who really has shown her love and care and she has learned to show those feelings back. When Petruchio says the line “What duty they do owe their lords and husbands” I would want the other female characters to gasp in shock at what Petruchio said but as Katherine I would not gasp and rather ponder for a moment putting my hand up to my face to clearly show that the character is honestly thinking about this.
Paul’s sexual Identity No one from Swamp Creek knows Paul’s sexuality. Because of the ignorance from the Swamp Creek residents, Paul has been burdened with years of mixed emotions about who he is. Paul has been left in the dark about who he is. Despite that the majority of Paul’s peers do identify him as a homosexual, his own actions and feelings instead point Paul towards being a straight man who has homoromantic tendencies. To say that Paul isn’t gay is like trying to force a horse to drink when it is not thirsty.
He developed Lenina's gnawing problem to heal slowly but surely as she struggles to conform to the influences of her society, which she has known since "birth." Although these mannerisms and ideas that she has had rooted in her mind have had a significant influence on her development as a person, she was still able to convey who she was meant to be as an individual. This set a mood of rebellion and tones of satisfaction and success at the end of the novel. However, at the beginning of the novel, the set tone is dull and emotionless. To have the novel end with such a bright tone and mood enables the audience to see and feel how Huxley wanted to portray Lenina as a human being and not another robotic entity of a dreary utopian
I would of thought Ziegfield was loosing it, don't fix what's not broken. Although this was a bold decision, it turned out Fanny could in fact do it all. She had the audience in the palm of her hands with her long lagatto song about her man. This song has made her the unbelievable superstar she is today. Written by Maurice Yvain and lyrics by Channing Pollack, the song is about her man, that doesn't seem to be the best guy around but he's hers to keep and she loves him so.
In the section titled, “The Reality of Homosexuality and its Lifestyles,” Ray states, “Many homosexuals engage in sexual practices that are virtually unknown among heterosexuals.” After checking the front cover to determine if this book was written in this century, I found it difficult to believe Ray felt he could effectively speak for the entire heterosexual world when he made this statement. During my initial enlistment processing, I was asked if I was homosexual or heterosexual. I was never asked if I
Curley's wife does try to put herself out and fulfill her American dream. She has always had dreams of being an actress and is not used to this kind of life, she says, *4. "…I tell you I ain't used to livin' like this. I coulda made somethin' of myself." She’s disappointed in herself because she believes she could have reached her aspirations if she had not married Curley.
And so, the actor becomes a catalyst; he or she brings ignition that spark in every human being that longs for the miracle of transformation”. The contribution is so important, because the audience relates to the human ingredient. I enjoyed watching the main character played by Halle Berry pull the audience in from scene one by her true attitudes and emotions of this drama genre. Halle Berry, became the character, she made me believe
Women are very influential. For Montag they help his transformation from a closed-minded man to a radical changing society. In Fahrenheit 451 everyone just plays by the rules, no questions asked. The women help Montag’s change in the novel by making him realize his emotions for others, why he should question the world, and stand up for what he believes in. Human emotions include love and compassion, which is still not simple enough for Montag’s generation.
I admit I was somehow looking forward to Sam and Charlie’s “love story” since I am a girl and I don’t have the slightest ideas on how boys act when their crush passed by and stuffs like that. It is not very common to boys who really let their feelings be shown by others that’s why for me boys are very unpredictable. Also love stories don’t just happen between a boy and a girl. In the millennium we are now, somehow society become aware of homosexual love like what Patrick and Brad have. I was shocked the first time I read that in this book, Patrick and Brad were the one the author made to have that kind of relationship.