I believe that my book tears of a tiger should be produced into a movie because; it is a bestselling book, and sends a positive message to teens. The story line is based on the death of Andy’s friend Rob he had died in a tragic car accident while they were drinking, and driving. Why I believe it’s a positive message to teens it is because that helps them realize how sever drinking and driving really is and the consequences to it. I also feel that it shows that suicide is never the answer, since Andy had committed suicide, because of the guilt he felt towards the death of his friend. I believe that if the book is made into a movie the filming location should be a high school, for the reason that it mostly takes place there, and also on a high way where the accident can take place. I also feel that the actors to play these roles should be quality actors I don’t really mind which actors are used in the production but I want them to be able to really play the roles right. In conclusion, I strongly believe that my book will give a message to teens and young adults that they should be more cautious on the road and that everything will get better soon they shouldn’t commit suicide because of guilt. It is also because if they do then they will be dearly missed by friends and family. This is why I think my book will be good enough to be made into a movie. b aspects. Both of these civilizations had a political system. They both had a head ruler or a king, and what the Egyptians would call it, a pharaoh. Both of the civilizations’ rulers believed that ruling had some connection to their gods. Even thought they both thought the same their beliefs were different. The…
agent who is silenced because the person she is targeting is the person who she fell in love with. And with that, the reader is left with a jaw-dropped mouth of McEwan’s clever plots and twists when least expected which gives him the title of an “Author-God” who has a natural gift of storytelling in fiction.
Later on in the book, Serena leads a new life, still as a spy, but then falls in love with a different person, a teacher now, and it goes to show how her relationship with the teacher, Tom Haley…
F. Scott Fitzgerald
F. Scott Fitzgerald was born Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald on September 24, 1896, in St. Paul, Minnesota. Fitzgerald's mother, Mary McQuillan, was from an Irish-Catholic family that had made a small fortune in Minnesota as wholesale grocers. His father, Edward Fitzgerald, had opened a wicker furniture business in St. Paul, and, when it failed, he took a job as a salesman for Procter & Gamble that took his family back and forth between Buffalo and…
Dear Veronica Roth,
Your book Divergent was wonderful! I really loved it. It made me think about how much a person can actually change in a short time. For example: Tris was really nervous with what faction she was going to choose, and how she was nervous, worried, and a little scared during the dauntless initiation. Then she started to get stronger, braver, and careless about herself, this reminds me of how nobody ever really stays the same. That every single day someone overcomes a fear, or goes…
Ambrose Bierce is a case of soldier turned author. His short stories of the Civil War are considerably famous, most notably of which is “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge”. Throughout his life, Bierce was involved in many interesting ventures from writing in periodicals such as the Californian to fighting as a Union soldier at the battle of Shiloh. Much of his literary career focuses on the horror of nineteenth century war; however he also was the author of several books under the pseudonym Dod Grile…
Geoffrey Chaucer was born in 1343 London, United Kingdom and died October 25, 1400. Chaucer was married to Philippa Roet for twenty one years, and had four kids. He is known as the Father of English literature, and is considered the greatest English poet of the Middle Ages and was the first poet to have been buried in Poet's Corner of Westminster Abbey.
William Shakespeare was born in 1564, at Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom and died April 23, 1616, Stratford-upon-Avon…
Discuss how important it is (or not) to have knowledge about an author in order to interpret their work.
While some argue that having knowledge about an author in order to completely and fully understand their work is unnecessary (such as the practice of "close reading" which is to read a literary text without any authorial knowledge, something that is used by New Critics), others vehemently believe that having a contextual background of a text is crucial. It is seen as vital to know the authorial…
Children across America often have their first exposure to literature through the form of
picture books. These books are often filled with images that will resonate in the child’s mind,
and contain a moral in which the child should learn from. Perhaps the most famous author of
children’s books is Theodor Geisel, who wrote under the pen name Dr. Seuss. His works are
celebrated in elementary schools nationwide on Dr. Seuss day, and four of his stories have been
adapted into movies. However, Geisel’s most distinct legacy can be found in his distinctive…
• Born on January 17, 1820, in Thornton, Yorkshire, England.
• Was raised by her father, a clergyman and strict religious aunt.
• Anne Bronte and her two other sisters were home schooled, then
later got two jobs as a governesses.
• Anne Bronte’s novel, Agnes Grey, in 1847, was influenced by her two
experiences working as a governesses.
• Anne Bronte died from Tuberculosis on May 28, 1849, in Scarborough,
Yorkshire, England with her sister Charlotte and a nurse friend.
The Five (or So) People You Meet in Heaven: British Author Edition
Geoffrey Chaucer: So, what did everyone want to be when they grew up and how did that lead you to write? When I was little my father was a wine maker and I wanted to follow in his footsteps. As I got older I wasn’t really worried about my proffesion I just did not want to end up a bafoon like many of that time. I had to voice my opinion on that.
Jane Austen: To be honest, I had always wanted to become a writer, growing up my…
The author Judy Blume in, “Censorship: A Personal View” used Rhetorical Analysis in many ways. Blume main reason for using this source was to help get her point across on how she felt about Censors. Censorship is “The official restriction of any expression believed to threaten the political, social, or moral order. (Cite)” During this time reading was very popular and Censors were mainly consisted parents who didn’t want their kids reading books they felt were inappropriate. Bloom…