It is companies such as the peach farm that force people’s insanity and revoke their sense of ownership and livelihood. At the end of the story there is a tragic scene where Rose of Sharon, one of the women of the group, gives birth to a stillborn child in the rain and Uncle John, a depressed drunk due to the death of his wife and mal living conditions, sends the dead baby downstream in hopes that the landowners of California receive the message that there are people dying due to their greed and self interests. Unfortunately the Joads and many others try to stay united but the horrors of poverty settle in as many people die due to the living conditions and there are many setbacks in their journey expressed as “livelihood,” was never met. The novel portrays an image of a world in which generosity and self-sacrifice are the greatest of virtues. It also portrays an image of the 1930’s and one of the causes of the Great
Occasional minor errors in grammar and mechanics do not interfere significantly with the reading experience. Sentences communicate ideas clearly but could, at times, be more concise, precise, or varied in structure. Minor lapses in word choice and tone. | Clear, fluid prose with minimal errors in grammar and mechanics. Sentences are varied in structure and communicate ideas efficiently and effectively.
This source is useful. Throughout this article Mabel Khawaja talks about different literary elements that were used and when he states something he backs up his information to give his audience evidence. 2. I felt that this article was good when talking about the how successful Hosseini was when he used different literary devices to make the readers understand the book. This article was more positive and had no criticism, unlike my second bibliography 3.
In spite of being biased for a certain group of manufacturers, the transition from the body of the article to its end is smooth. The way Gladwell ends the article is quite impressive as the article ends with a question mark leaving it to the readers to decide. They can decide the either way, but the details provided by Gladwell would have to be considered. In conclusion, what we can say is that overall Gladwell’s article is informative, well written and well organized. The transition of the paragraphs is acceptable with topic sentences, which are well explained.
This structure produces the scene well because the passage becomes one continuous idea. There are no indentations which can often throw off the wholeness of the poem and make it seem like separate stories. Rieu’s and Fagles’ translations do not have the same continuous structure. Another element of Fitzgerald’s translation that helps it portray the scene the best is its specific references that go into far more detail than the other translations. This gives the reader a specific imagery to help understand the reading.
Since Standard English is usually time consuming to construct and difficult to use, people find it easier to use non-standard English, where the governing rules and grammar are more flexible making it efficient and easy to use. Non-standard English also complements and makes using technology less difficult and more efficient e.g. using numbers in a text “w8 4 me”. Using non-standard English also helps an individual represent and express one self-e.g. Lebanese people using words such as “cuz” for “cousin “ or Afghan origin people using the word “bachem” for brother in English.
Calling it Quits Divorce plays a big role in modern day America, and unfortunately divorce rates have continued to increase over the past decade. Divorce is often perceived as a negative topic for obvious reasons such as causing damage to the family, traumatizing the children in the family and other psychological effects it has on people involved. However, both of the two articles I researched discuss divorce and its negative psychological effects; one of the articles differs in that it focuses on the ecological aspects of divorce instead. Jacob Duchaine wrote “An Argument Against Divorce” making claims against divorce and its negativity using biblical references and the stance that “No one takes anything seriously anymore, even marriage”(1).
It demonstrates original or thoughtful engagement with content and sensitivity to diction, tone, and style. Its sentences are clear, precise, and well-structured. The paper is appropriately documented and formatted and virtually error-free. A "B" paper contains a number of the strengths of an A paper, but it typically lacks the thoughtfulness, originality, and sensitivity of the superior paper. It is also virtually error-free.
Also great literature and writing can take you to peaceful palaces of tranquility and respite in a time of need. Those are just a few of the wonderful things that I feel literature and writing offers us but another thing that I feel its gives us is a sense of freedom and being right or confidence. When I am writing about myself, my thoughts, my feelings or any problems I have it gives me more power I feel, more say so, and it makes me feel as if someone is actually listening to therefore I am free to say what I want to express how I feel and that type of freedom is so relieving. When reading a book gaining knowledge and information that I actually had to pay attention to learn that gives me more confidence in what I am talking about, when I am reading advanced literature books and I notice how they speak that give me more confidence to speak with others because of the dialogue and grammar I have learned from the literature. These things do so much more to us than what we see at the