Song of the sky loom A poem by the Tewa Tribe Climate changing. Rain forest dying - The headings of news papers from all over the world, from Tokyo to Las Vegas, from Sydney to Rome. And unconsciously, they divide the world into two parts: The smaller crowd of people are the helping and caring ones.
Words such as trance, absorbed, cold war, fraud and the internet are very conspicuous. Phrases such as intercontinental ballistic missiles, immersive intrigue, rich, haughty murderous people and identity theft are also captivation.
The article is about the power of the media, focusing more on the internet. It has the ability to take us in a trance. The article gives me a deeper perspective of the power of the internet. It has the power of letting one see an interesting side of the user, which is not seen on normal circumstances.
The writer purpose of using metaphors and similes and irony in communicating the effect of the internet on the user were effective.
Words such as Kitchen, rant, loyalty and disoriented are significant to the story. Phrases such as like a security guard tails a kid suspected of shoplifting and gruff-sounding men. This articles shows that people may develop a poor relationship with their co-workers because of what they have gone through in life.
By telling her own experience anecdotethe author enables her audience to relate their actions at work with their personal live what they have through in life.
The audience interprets the article as not a fictional story. Words include impartial, quasi-incoherent, prosecution, defense attorney, juror, quizzical look, guilty lieutenant and verdict. The author gives a perspective of being an adult that it not experienced by most adults.
This deciding whether a person is guilty or not. As I read the article, I realize that adult decisions come earlier than expected. The audience is given the chance of experiencing the power of the decisions young adults may be expected to make before they realize they should be making them.
Words include sensitive, tenuousness, launched into my plea, taunting, fathom and emboldened. The author depicts the obstacles between hope, ones dreams and the reality.
The article is a goods example of the obstacle and challenges posing between ones dreams and the reality of achieving them.
The author gives a very good example of the airplane delay and the words of the lost man as challenges of achieving the dream.
The audience is able to equate these two examples with other issues appearing in its lives. Words include genetics, epidemiologist, orchestrate, apocrine, and pungent body odor. The author gives us a reason to be more concerned on the earwax-producing gene than we already are.
It is related to other parts of the body. The article greatly summarizes the relationship between the earwax-producing gene and the other parts of the body such as the breasts.
The audience are able to see how even the most insignificantly perceived body part is significant to the whole body.
The article is about the challenges faced by a ballistic investigator.In the end, Dimmesdale’s guilt of hypocrisy does lead to his death, though a careful observant reader would know they’d been watching this villain’s slow internal death throughout the novel.
Mar 28, · The Scarlet Letter by Nathanial Hawthorne falls into that category. Even Demi Moore could not meet the genius of the original writing. "Demi Moore plays the strong-willed Hester Prynne brilliantly, and Gary Oldman (I want to marry him) turns Reverend Dimmesdale into an extremely complex and passionate character.
I decided upon the next book I read – The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. I’d only heard of it through the film Easy A out of my complete ignorance.
I’ve never seen the movie version mentioned in Easy A either, where Demi Moore takes a lot of baths. Author Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote a novel about a Seventeenth Century Puritan moral dilemma called The Scarlet Letter. Hester Prynne is a young woman who was sent to America by her older husband to wait for him to join her.
The Scarlet Letter – The Scarlet Letter, A Romance is an work of fiction in a historical setting, written by American author Nathaniel Hawthorne. The book is considered to be his masterwork, throughout the book, Hawthorne explores themes of legalism, sin, and guilt.
His greatest novel, The Scarlet Letter (), has become the classic portrayal of Puritan America. The novel is a criticism against Puritanism. It tells the passionate, forbidden love affair linking a sensitive, religious priest of the Puritan community, the Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale, and .