Essay the third
Essay the fourth
I found this story
by searching through my father’s belongings. One day I asked my father what
did he think the oldest writing in this family was? He gave me permission to
look through his files that had all the documents of this family. I finally
found a document from 1944 written during World War II.
I read this document and found many interesting things in it. It had
information about Bastone and all the famous battles ab out the war, i found
this piece of writing very interesting as well as old.
The story goes like this: One foggy night when the wind was howling and
the trees were blowing, and their was nothing but the sound of silence, my
grandmothers boyfriend, Bill Coeign decided to write a letter to his
girlfriend because he missed her.The letter just talked about how much he
missed my grandmother and it also had a part where he was talking about how
much pain and mental anguish he had suffered. The story itself was very sad
and mentaly challengeing to read, even though he did not put a lot of detail
in the story's he told they were still very sad. The letter talked about
many things that went on in the war, it was actually like i could feel his
The story was actually very hard to find because i had to look through
many documents. I would say that it took me about three days to find that
certain piece of writing.
When i interviewed my brother i found out many interesting points on what
he said. When i asked him how old he thought this text would be, he said to
me that it looked only about ten years old. I asked him what did you think
it was before i asked him to read it? He said he had no idea at first but
when i told him to look closer he said it looked like an old document of
some sort. After he read it i asked him what he knew about this person, he
answered "I know it was my fathers mothers boyfriend. When i asked him the
question what does this look like to you he automattically said that it was
an old document which probably went through some rough times.
When i read this letter, i realized that their was no differance
between my lingo and his. This suprised me because it was so long ago, i was
puzzled on why he spoke the same way i did, the only differance was that he
wrote in a cursive which was extremely straight and neat, i guess that
writing was probably because of the nuns that use to teach a while ago.
My speech was
first heard in the movie matrix reloaded. It is told by Neo in the middle of
the movie. The speech was written and directed by Larry Wachawski. This
speech in the movie was pretty much the only thing that made sence to me.
I believe that the speech was a message to the audience. The whole speech
was Neo if he could complete his mission which was of course to save the
universe. He kept asking if he could do this, he felt he had to much
pressure on him, and that if he did not succeeed and he failed his mission
he would jepordize the human population and the universe its self.
The speech written by Larry Wachawski, was used to leave the audience
hanging and to reach out to them which made the movie a lot more
interesting. Larry Wachawski used a good trick called repetition. You could
see how and why he used this trick in the speech by simply reading all the
parts about him failing, their all connected. For example in the fourth line
Neo says he does not understand why he was the chosen one and why he was
given this mission. Then in the seventh line Neo says to the prophet that he
doubts himself, this method keeps the audience hanging and waiting for the
next thing to happen. This speech was only meant to add to the ending i
believe, because even though it was about two pages long the main content
was Neo doubting himself and fearing what would happen if he failed
period was a time when all writers flourished. In this time there were many
great writers. William Shakespeare was no exception. Shakespeare wrote many
great plays, one of his more famous is Hamlet. In the play Hamlet, there is
a lot of love and romance. Shakespeare shows the romance through the
character of Hamlet.
In the play, Hamlet falls in love with a woman named Ophelia. Throughout the
play, the only way Hamlet and Ophelia can see each other is in secrecy.
“That if you be honest and fair, your honesty should admit no discourse to
your beauty,” this is a quote in act three between Hamlet and Ophelia,
Hamlet is expressing his infinite love for her. If you notice at the
beginning of the play Ophelia shows resistance towards Hamlet, but it is his
heartwarming words that lure him to her. Towards the middle of act three,
Hamlet and Ophelia become bonded, because their love is so strong for each
Towards the end of the play Ophelia is murdered, and Hamlet is changed for
the whole play. Hamlet expresses anger, grief, and great sadness. “Has this
fellow no feeling of his business, that he sings at grave-making?”
A quote in act 5 of Hamlet that shows great emotion is in a graveyard where
Hamlet says “How long will a man lie i' the earth ere he rot?” This quote
expresses anger, true love, and great sadness. The quote represents Hamlet
grieving over Ophelia’s death. When Hamlet says “How long will a man lie i’
the earth ere he rot” it is telling the audience that Hamlet loved Ophelia
so much that he really could not live without her, it tells the audience
that he does not want to live anymore. When someone does not want to exist
in this earth anymore because of a loved one it must have been a truly
special bond between the two.
Shakespeare expresses many emotions through characters like Hamlet, Ophelia,
the Ghost, Horatio, Marcellus, and Queen Gertrude. There are many emotions
that Shakespeare expresses, a few emotions that really stand out in the play
Hamlet are, anger, sadness, disappointment, fear, confusion, and happiness.
Most of these emotions are shown through the character of Hamlet.
At the end of the play Hamlet eventually has a mental breakdown. It is
proven through this essay that Hamlet could not actually live with out his
lover, Ophelia, and eventually his emotions got to him.
This proposal is
about your new British literature text book. It contains many great pieces
of British Literature; Wintering, by Kate Moses, “Glorious Spring,” by
Patricia Legion, Aldrich, by Thomas Bailey, “Paint It Black,” by Rolling
Stones, and The Play Of Noah, by Professor James Lint of Yale University.
“The Great Age,” is a mature title for this text book because this period
in British history, is producing some of the greatest British writers. Some
of these writers are Kate Moses, Thomas Bailey, Patricia Legion, and
Professor James Lint of Yale University. I think that the title of this text
should be called “The Great Age.” The reason for the choosing of this title
is because of all the great British writers coming from this period.
The Novel in the text book is called Wintering, by Kate Moses. This novel
represents British literature at its best. Critics quote this “Finest novel
of the month.” This novel is a great one to put in a textbook because of its
educational back round on England, and its culture. This is a story that
would definitely spark a few interests when read, especially in a textbook.
This text includes educational material as well as back round on British
The next piece that will be in the text is a poem called “Glorious
Spring,” by Patricia Legion. This is poem that was well-known throughout the
country, just a few years ago. It expresses British Literature at its
highest. It expresses beauty and love as well as survival, which can be a
great source for a textbook. “I feel that this poem is one of the greatest
pieces I have read in my time.”
The piece that will probably make the text is a short story called
Aldrich. This short story includes many educational features, like
vocabulary, and history on Ireland during this period, and because Ireland
is a part of England, its educational Intel is sufficient and at the same
time important for this textbook.
The third piece of this text is a great and famous song called “Paint It
Black” by Rolling Stones. This is an important song, because it is an
influence on England. This song is the best one you could possibly put in
this textbook for two reasons: It’s a modern rock song that is listened too
by many people around the world, and finally it’s a huge influence on
England and its culture. “This song is the bomb that made rock an roll.”
The fourth and final text that should be put in this textbook is called
The Play of Moses. This is a modern/ancient play. Originally written by
Geoffrey Chaucer, and recently changed by the Professor James Lint of Yale
University. This is a play on England, its sufferings, triumphs, and
hardship. Professor James Lint is originally from London England, and his
goal in this play was to modernize, “The Play of Noah.” This play is a
dramatic, loving, and mutual, and explains the hardship England was going
through during the medieval age. Believe it or not, this play has absolutely
nothing to do with Noah’s Arch, but it has to do with a very rich corrupted
noble named Noah.
These stories, poems, and plays are the best out their is , and I hope
that you feel the same after what I have told you. Thank you for your
attention, and I hope to hear from you.