Onamotopoeia-line 1, “buzz”, line 7 “snarled and rattled.”
Personification-lines 14-16,” saw leaped out”
Oxymoron-line 19, “rueful laugh”
Imagery-line 5, “five mountain ranges” (sight)
Many people get Jealous of others and this leads to trouble. Vive been In a situation that reflects Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, in which reputations are ruined due to Jealousy. Jealousy has become a major Issue since I met this boy In high school. My friend accused me of being Jealous! This surprised me because he Just blurted out when we ere playing some Narrator game.
I defended myself by saying “l don’t care If you think other girls are cute… As long as you don’t do anything wrong”. I guess he got annoyed because he started telling me about some girls at school. He even asked me If I was jealous yet. After a while he told me that some girl told him I liked some other dude. He was being mean to me because HE was jealous. I found out that jealousy really does make you act differently. It changes who you truly are, and may even ruin a relationship. I almost smacked him for being so obnoxious.
The way jealousy affected my relationship, is similar to Act II of The Crucible. Jealousy also tugged at John and Elizabethan relationship. Since Elizabeth was accused of witchcraft, she wanted to find out who accused her. When she found out that Abigail accused her, she immediately said “she wants me dead. I knew all this week it would come! ” This quote shows that Elizabeth believes that Abigail is out to get her just because she’s Proctor’s wife. Elizabeth states, “She’d dare not call out such a farmer’s wife but there be monstrous profit in it.
She thinks to take my place, John” Elizabethan Jealousy is evident and causes John to get upset and actually grab a rifle as he tells Elizabeth he’s going to curse Abigail. Similar to my example of jealousy affecting my relationship that only lasted for a while, Elizabethan Jealousy in Act II of The Crucible caused Proctor to go crazy! BY jacketed others and this leads to trouble. Vive been in a situation that reflects Arthur Miller’s Jealousy has become a major issue since I met this boy in high school.
My friend were playing some Narrator game. I defended myself by saying “l don’t care if you think because he started telling me about some girls at school. He even asked me if I was He was being mean to me because HE was Jealous. I found out that Jealousy really The way Jealousy affected my relationship, is similar to Act II of The Crucible. Get her Just because she’s Proctor’s wife. Elizabeth states, “She’d dare not call out rifle as he tells Elizabeth he’s going to curse Abigail. Similar to my example of Jealousy
Emily Walker ENG2D1-10 May 12, 2013 Brains over Brawns in The Odyssey Rupcic The question “brawns or brains? ” is a question many people still do not know the answer too. Odysseus demonstrates how brains is better than brawns in The Odyssey when he defeats the Cyclops, defeats the suitors and defeats Troy. Odysseus proves to us that intelligence is a superior quality to strength. Brain’s is a greater quality then brawns and Odysseus shows us that throughout the novel. In the graphic novel, Odysseus outsmarts the giant Cyclops, Polyphemus.
When the Cyclops ad Odysseus and his men trapped in the cave with him and the other Cyclops, Odysseus knew he would not be able to move the stone that was blocking the cave entrance by himself if they killed Polyhemus, knowing that, Odysseus immediately knew he had to trick the Cyclops into moving the stone so him and his men could escape. Odysseus then makes a plan; he needs to get the Cyclops drunk. Odysseus decides to bring him a drink offering and says “Cyclops??”you have been eating a great deal of mans flesh. Take this wine I brought… ” (Roy Thomas, 57). After getting Polyhemus drunk, Odysseus tells him that his name is ‘Noman’.
While the Cyclops is passed out, Odysseus and his comrades stab Polyhemus in his eye. When he screams in pain but when the other Cyclops ask what is wrong Polyhemus yells “Noman is trying to kill me! ” (Roy Thomas, 61). When the Cyclops goes to let his sheep out the next day Odysseus and his men tie themselves to the stomach of the sheep’s being able to escape the Cyclops cave. Odysseus knew him and his men would be unable to defeat the Cyclops in a fght, so he used his brains to outsmart the Cyclops by bserving his habits and working around them, this shows that brains was greater than brawns in this situation.
When Odysseus returns to Ithaca, his home city, he realizes that his son Telemachus and himself are in dangour of being murdered by the suitors that are trying to marry his wife Penelope. There are too many suitors to fght himself and he knows that he needs to make a plan to defeat them. Doing so, he enlists the help of an old servant to lock the suitors in his courtyard so they cannot escape. In addition, he tells Telemachus to “Gather up their armour and weapons… nd take them inside. ” (Roy Thomas, 148).
Now the suitors are unable to protect themselves. This results in Odysseus manicuring the suitors and being able to retake lthica. Once again, Odysseus’ cleverness was able to outmaneuver the sheer amount of suitors. At the begging of Odyssues’ adventure, at the battle of Troy, Odysseus comes up with the idea of building the Trojan hourse, giving it to the Trojans as a gift and hiding Greek men inside it. The Trojans accept the horse as a gift and bring it into their city. The Greek men inside wait until night, then they sneak out and destroy
Troy. “Know, Telemachus, that Odysseus devised the wooeden horse that we left upon that far shore… ” (Roy Thomas, 13) This shows that Odysseus was the one who came up with this brilliant plan to defeat the city of Troy and his people knew and with their heads, Odysseus knows how to do so and by this he defeats the city of Troy. Througout the graphic novel The Odyssey, Odysseus shows that brains is better than brawns by defeating the Cyclops, defeating the suitors and tricking the Trojans. IDK HOW TO WRITE THE CONCLUSSION??????????????????????