• Perceptions
    Analysis, my aunt was the only participant to give me a descriptive words about the surroundings. All the other words were based on his physical appearance or his clothing. When I first looked at the picture, the first perception that came to mind was homeless. That perception only lasted for about...
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  • Lumber-Room Essay
    ”, “operations”, “sentry-duty”, “unauthorized intrusion”. This idea also appears in the different attitude to the gooseberry garden. For aunt it is a forbidden paradise and for N it’s just a mere material pleasure. The descriptive passage of the aunt shows her as a woman of few ideas, with immense power of...
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  • comparitive essay of poetry
    differences. Language Both poems make excellent use of the language available to them. The language in the Blessing is clever and visual as with Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan. The two also use descriptive language and lots of imagery, both also use current language. Tone There are very different...
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  • Immortality
    , this relatively short poem has an abundance of symbols. One of the most prominent symbols is Aunt Jennifer’s wedding ring; harsh descriptive language leaves the readers with a negative outlook on her marriage. Aunt Jennifer’s toxic relationship leads her to admire the strength of tigers. Through her...
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  • Aunt Sue's Stories
    distinctive in the way it paints a vivid picture of a woman embracing a child. The picture lingers in the readers’ minds as they progress with the narrator’s perception of Aunt Sue. The descriptive words to paint this picture are not readily available to the reader, however, the senses of sight...
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  • Descriptive Essay
    Michael Dunn 02/6/13 Rough Draft Descriptive Essay Christmas Ritual The most significant and meaningful ritual in my life is Christmas time with my family. The whole season is considered a magical time of year and there is no arguing that in my eyes. Nothing is more perfect than my whole...
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  • Fredrick Douglas
    often been awakened at the dawn of day by the most heart-rendering shrieks of an own aunt of mine”. He goes on and gets even more graphic and descriptive, “The louder she screamed, the harder he whipped; and where the blood ran fastest, there he whipped longest.” Also early in the novel, Douglass...
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  • Frederick Douglas
    awakened at the dawn of day by the most heart-rendering shrieks of an own aunt of mine,” (3). He goes on and gets even more graphic and descriptive, “The louder she screamed, the harder he whipped; and where the blood ran fastest, there he whipped longest.” (4). Also early in the novel, Douglass writes of...
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  • Fredrick Douglass
    The most influential technique used by Douglass is storytelling. He uses little stories, or stories-within-a-story, to make the reader pay attention. With descriptive tales of the plantations he worked on, the beatings and torture of slaves, and learning to read and write, he not only gets the...
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  • use of articles
    A The Use of Articles with Names of Persons The general rule attributes a descriptive attribute when it is the centre of communication in the sentence He was met at the door by an angry Isabel, who demanded to know what he meant by coming home at that hour. family There was a...
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  • In Memory of Emily Grierson
    theme of isolation is also presented by Faulkner¡¦s descriptive words and symbolic images. Faulkner uses anachronism to illustrate Miss Emily¡¦s confused mind. The story is split into five sections. The first section begins with Miss Emily¡¦s funeral and moves on to her past. Faulkner first...
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  • The Lives of Girls and Women
    Reading Notes: The Lives of Girls and Women Chapter One: The Flats Road * Descriptive (3) “ We caught the frogs for him. WE chased them, stalked them, crept up on them, along the muddy riverbank under the willow trees in marshy hollows full of rattails and sword grass that left the most...
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  • At My Aunt's House in Holyweek
    Descriptive paragraph essay. At my aunt’s house in holy week. The sound of trees moved by the wind, the rushing river surrounding the house and the summer warmth, all that peace is perceivable on a breezy shining morning on April at my aunt’s house in holy week on a countryside farm in...
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  • Family
    other than "blood"). Morgan made a distinction between kinship systems that use classificatory terminology and those that use descriptive terminology. Classificatory systems are generally and erroneously understood to be those that "class together" with a single term relatives who actually do not...
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  • Favourite food
    Descriptive Writing I would have to say that my favorite food so far would have to be my Auntie Bettina’s boiled potatoes. The texture of the boiled potatoes is so smooth and soft that it might be considered a new different state of matter by some scientists. Her potatoes are a sequence of many...
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  • Salvation Summary
    "Salvation" written by Langston Hughes is the story of the author being "saved" at his local church when he was 13 years old and his thoughts on this event. Hughes uses descriptive narration to illustrate the scene of a church where he and other children are gathered with their families to...
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  • Childhood
    of the adult world changed. • Originally (when she was young), the narrator believed that grown-ups want to grow old on purpose in order to seem special and impressive. • But then she has a realization or “epiphany” (Offenbarung / Erleuchtung) when watching aunt Etty’s friend: Grown ups are no...
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  • Nilda
    of the Lightnings club decides during 1945 to join the Air Force after completing his term in school. Aunt Delia is an aunt who speaks of nothing but the gruesome events in the daily newspaper. Aunt Delia is to be taken care of by nuns when Nilda's mother passes away. Nilda's friends in the...
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  • “the Witch” by Shirley Jackson and “the Storyteller” by Saki
    “The Storyteller,” an Aunt and Bachelor compete in telling a tale to three children. Saki seems to acknowledge the Aunt’s lack of talent in storytelling as he proclaims “evidently her reputation as a storyteller did not rank high in their estimation” (pg.2). Concurrently, the Aunt tells a dull...
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  • Research Paper
    girl who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Time has not been good to Kenny, especially when it comes to boys and men, and the last thing she wants is any attention from them at all. When Jarvis Stanley begins to hang around Kenny’s caregiver, Aunt Glo, Kenny cannot help but distance herself...
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