Two part Response to “ The Joy and Enthusiasm of Reading” Part 1. Summary In this essay, Ricky Moody writes an essay about the joy and enthusiasm of reading. He shares all of his beliefs about reading, like wandering through the stacks and picking out the first thing that strikes him. Ricky believes in books when others dislike them. Ricky choses the hardest books imaginable.
Dropping a bomb is bad, but at the same time he was the president and he was going to do what he thought was right. The fact that he dropped a bomb on Nagasaki means that he is down to business and he means exactly what he says. After the President bombed Nagasaki, he says: [ii]“ Having found the bomb, we have used it . . .young Americans.” President Truman did these bombings because he was not thinking about himself, but he was thinking about others.
His tone is singularly effective—wild, plaintive, thoughtful, and in full accordance with his themes... We look upon him as one of the few men of indisputable genius to whom our country has as yet given birth". Nathanael was a well-respected man and even Author Herman Melville dedicated his great novel Moby Dick to Mr. Hawthorne. I learned many interesting facts about Mr. Nathanael Hawthorne, but the one thing I absolutely loved was he was intelligent, inspiring, exhilarating, and inspirational when he wrote. The one novel I love and happened to read was The Scarlet Letter, It was about a red letter “A “being sewn onto a woman’s dress for adultery and was considered sinful. Can you imagine if we had the scarlet letter now days?
* Pareto Optimality wasn’t obtained because maximum benefits of most wanted goods and services produced at minimum cost of least wanted resources. * They are the duties you believe you owe to other people based upon your rational thought processes. According to Aristotles universal principle of personal virtue they he had done wrong. (p.89) If Dennis was really proud of what he was doing he would be open, honest, and truthful about the practice, informing everyone he
However, the requirement of enrichment could be argued as well if enrichment came from knowledge and not profit. Lindquist certainly did have a reasonable expectation of being paid for these services and they were not doing this as any charitable act. Obviously Lindquist perceived the services that they were providing as a benefit to Middleton and Middleton assumed they would benefit. Craig Miller was a general manager of the successful organization, Lindquist Ford. So, it would lead you to believe that his presence at Middleton would be a benefit to that organization.
The author has Darl narrating most often because he is the most reliable character in the novel since he is the one character that seems to speak the most for the author, William Faulkner. Faulkner's narrative technique. Most novels are written in the past tense, and whether written in third person or first person, the author has considerable liberty to manipulate the events. In As I Lay Dying,
We speed by not concerned with anything but how we are going to pay the bills, or what errands to run, what we must go buy, and we forget the beauty in the world. We forget to explore, to seek out truth. This is what Du Bois speaks to the most I believe. He values the classic ideals, and arts, the ones in which have stood the test of time. It is the value in those works those existing thoughts that breathe truth, and beauty into life.
With one you will acquire the other. One cannot obtain knowledge without first understanding it. Alexia describes his father as an avid reader, encouraging his love for reading, he then decided to love books too. This was a great example of a patho; one that would help him gain clarity and insight needed to acquire his knowledge. He states, “My father loved books, and since I loved my father with an aching devotion, I decided to love books too”.
One of Mr. Bostwicks many mantras he has us memorize is something I think really helps me and it goes a little something like this “ words make up phrases and clauses, phrases and clauses makes sentences, sentences makes paragraphs, and paragraphs makes composition.” Altogether I give mister Bostwick my SEAL of approval. I think I have done something pretty amazing in this essay I have summed up my high school English career into a 2 pages. I have had my troubles in the past. I have my troubles now. I have had a great year with Mr. Bostwick.
Focusing so hard on excelling in English I was having a hard time acknowledging the basic sentence patterens staying devoted I past it. As growing up and still intrigue about learning more english, shockingly there is more that must be learn. Learning the importance of English I gained hobbies, education, and my writting technique. Over the years I have growned and I use English in my everyday life. I enjoy that I was able to learn how to comprehend the words that I was brought upon and use them to my advantage.As I got better understanding English I seem to be amired by books that keep me amazed by the knowledge that I learn from what I have read.