Essay the third
Essay the fourth
when i first asked
my mom for a letter or the earliest piece of writing int the crosby blood
line, she didnt know what to think. so it took about a half hour to explain
it because i did not understand it fully myself. so after a couple days of
searching. we finally found it, the perfect and the oldest writing of a
crosby, a letter from my father to my mother
It was a late nightabout 12:40 in the year of 1989. A lonley man named
George going to vermont st. collage is writing to his lovley girl friend
LaVel whos going touniversity of new hampshire. he has jut come home from a
trip to store 24 only to get orange juice cookies a peach and some oreo
when my sister saw it she knew who had wrote it becuse my fater has the
most distinctive hand writting becuse he writes so small. when i asked why
did she think it was saved she said " for centimental value", she also
guessed that it was 20 years old, she was off by 2 years has for his whole
life. in many way my father uses a few different ways to show his efection
tward my mother. he had a weird nick name for her he called her cuz.
Shackespeare is one of the best in England of the 1600's. He's a
writer,poet,and playwriter he is absolutely fantastic at all of them. The
specific work im studying is sonnet 29. In this wonderfull sonnet he uses a
unique rhym scheame. it seems as though sheakspear hates the world but is
looking forward to the after life by using bionary.
one way he uses bionary in his sonnet is in one half of the sonnet he says
one thing and in the other half he says another. like in sonnet 29 at the
beginning he says "I alone beweep my outcast state" meaning that he brought
his state of out cast on himself. out cast usually used in a bad way. then
in the second half he says"happy I think on thee, and then my state like to
the lark at break of day rising from sullen earth". Him seeming to be happy
in this part of the sonnet.
another time when sheakespeare shows bionary is when he says "wishing me
like to one more rich in hope ". This is another example of a time in the
sonnet where he is sad and angry.since he has used bionary the sadness is
shown at the beginning.
Now here is a time in the sonnet in where he shows happieness in almost
the total oppisite of the scentence above. of course tward the end of the
sonnet. He says "for thy sweet love rememb'red such wealth brings".
We all know sheakspeare is a great writer and by using many different
styles. Such bionary as in sonnet 29. Now that I have given a few points on
the subject of sonet29 ,and how sheakespeare uses binary i hope that you can
at least see where im coimg from.
This is a proposal
for a new and revolutionary brit. Lit. Book. This text book has all kinds of
great authors, play writes, song writers, and much more this proposal is
just a tip of the iceberg. With many authors such as Charles thingyens,
Richard wilburg, and the Beatles see for yourself.
now the beatles are a great revelutionary group who have made
extroidinary songs like yellow submarine for one example. the main song to
focus on is "oh darling". this song has great lyrics and vocals by the
famous Paul MaCarthy. the beatles have briged the gap between brittish and
american son writers and fans of music.
one of the most popular writers of his time charles thingyens,
has writen many poems, nonels, and short stories. such as "a poor man's tale
of a patren.one of the frirst of his time to write about normal people and
to write the way they talk wich is a revelutionary idea. for example in this
short story he does both by writing about a poor working class man. and
writes like people talk for example; "we have had a matter often children,
six wherfor are living"
the next writer of the text is hugh garner and the novel "cabbagetown".
a revelutionary bookYet, it's also clear that the author Hugh Garner is not
a naturally fluent writer. Effective, moving at times, a natural
story-teller perhaps, but not facile" also a revelutionary book that is been
said is a "litary master peice" by the new york times. it had a big impact
on the wonder years.
our country's good by timberlake wertenbaker a writer who has writen in
thye last 50 years and is frome europe so she fits the criteria.
these are all revelutionary books, noves and more.