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
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…
Document Analysis Worksheet
New York; Addison Weasley
Main Idea of Document
War was the only thing that kept a nation alive
Key Quote, Image, or Data
"a nation dies as soon as it disarms".
French citizen, Bertrand Russell, Kaiser Wilhelm
write a letter to the author. The reason I chose this this project is because I’m such a big fan of the show and book I felt that I should express it to the author. I felt that this project would be great for me to figure out why the author wanted to write these kinds of books. I asked the author questions about why she wrote the series of pretty little liars and what gave her the motivation to become a writer. Me writing a letter to the author is something new cause in never wrote a letter before…
of the author. The author is a character and not Hawthorne himself telling the story. It is written in thrid person. From the beginning the tone is bitter and thoughtful.
5. According to the last senetence The Scarlet Letter is a story of sin and redemption.
1. They thought she was an adulterer and a shame.
2. Hester is young, tall, elegant, beautiful, a proud woman, yet serious. She carries a baby…
Scarlett Letter Analysis Essay
“Ah, but let her cover the mark as she will, the pang of it will be always in her heart” (Hawthorne, Scarlett letter). Inquiring the power of love, as well as flirting with human sentiments Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote “The Scarlett Letter” over the struggles of a condemned outlaw in the “Holy” Puritan society. Hester Prynne the protagonist in the story, a woman who initiated from Europe is targeted to a world of drama where she is imprisoned for adultery in the Puritan…
parts of America：In a series of letters
Travels through the interior parts of America is a collection of letters written by an officer in the French army traveling to Canada during the Seven Years War between France and Britain. The writer, Thomas Anburey, wrote the series of letters to address his good friend about the experience and interesting things he observed in that journey. The readers can learn a lot about the contemporary Canadian history by reading the letters in the writing style employed…
located at the top of pages of a manuscript or published article to identify the article for readers. The running head should be a maximum of 50 characters, counting letters, punctuation, and spaces between words. The words "Running head" are on the cover page but not on the rest of the document. The running head title is all capital letters. Page 1 begins on the cover page. The entire document should be double-spaced, have 1-inch margins on all sides, and use 12 point Times New Roman font.…
patients has. Jon Ronson is an author, journalist, and a documentary filmmaker. He has already worked in the realm of psychopaths before. He has also studied the most psychopaths before as a journalist.
2. The book aims to accomplish how to figure out if someone is a psychopath. It specifically covers the disorder of a psychopath. The book does not really tell a specific story, but it actually just covers multiple stories of multiple psychopaths.
3. The author has a bias towards the CEO’s of…
the Victorian ‘open season’ for duck shooting, there is much debate within the media about whether duck shooting should be banned. In his letter to the editor published in The Age (18-3-2014) titled ‘Bird calls to give way to gunshots’, Henk van Leeuwen contends in a serious tone that duck shooting needs to be banned. Similarly, Riejet van de Vusse in his letter to the editor published in The Age (18-3-14) also contends that the cruel sport must be banned however, he uses a much more aggressive and…
stranger with questions. As time passes, Walton and the stranger become friends, and the stranger eventually consents to tell Walton his story. At the end of the fourth letter, Walton states that the visitor will commence his narrative the next day; Walton’s framing narrative ends and the stranger’s begins.
Analysis: Preface and Letters 1–4
The preface to Frankenstein sets up the novel as entertainment, but with a serious twist—a science fiction that nonetheless captures “the truth of the elementary…