Perspectives Being a good or bad reader has incomparable qualities. Like written on Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, the book describes characters that have qualities of a good and bad reader. A good reader is about being a good observer; someone who can analyzes situations before assuming something with direct evidence. In the other hand, a bad reader is someone who constantly makes bad guesses and makes bad judgment. Also a bad reader is someone who is oblivious; someone who constantly doesn’t know what’s going around their surrounding and someone who is constantly judging with wrong information. There two different types of readers, describing a bad or good reader is about explaining the qualities that make a good reader and the qualities that make a bad one as written on the following. A quality of a good reader is being a good observer. For example, in Pride and Prejudice describes how Elizabeth observes Charlotte decision to marry Mr. Collins. Charlotte being Elizabeth best friend she is surprise because Elizabeth always imagined Charlotte sharp with the same values. Elizabeth has notice how much self importance Mr. Collins is, when he doesn’t have nothing to drag about. Elizabeth has always been aware of her friend values. But “Elizabeth had relocated herself, and making a strong effort for it, was able to assure her with tolerable firmness that the prospect of their relationship was highly grateful to her, and that she wished her all imaginable happiness (122;Ch.22). Even though Elizabeth wishes Charlotte happiness she still having a hard time believing that her friend can be happy. Through the years of being best friends Elizabeth always observe Charlotte as brilliant that’s why she has a hard time believing the acceptance of Mr. Collins proposal. Another quality of being a good reader is being a good listener because Elizabeth always listen to Charlotte. Charlotte always expresses as always having the same beliefs as Elizabeth on being married for love not for social rank or wealth stability. Also the quality of observing is being able to interpret what people verbally mention.” You must be surprised, very surprised. Mr. Collins character, connections, and situation in life, I’m convinced that my chance of happiness with him is fair, as most people can boast on entering the marriage state” Elizabeth quietly answers “undoubtedly” (123; Ch. 22). Elizabeth observe with close attention to what Charlotte mention; Charlotte sounds confident of her decision but Elizabeth is very doubtful because she recalls how Charlotte once mention that she will like to be marry for love. Elizabeth acknowledge how Charlotte be happy with a man she don’t love and that she’s only with him for the boast of being married and Elizabeth observations is are correct because Charlotte does not love Mr. Collins. Also another quality of being a good reader is reading indirect evidence. As Ms. Gardner mentions the indirect belief that Mr. Wickham primarily concerned is making money at the expense of ethics. “Because he is trying to get a girl with only ten thousand pounds, you want to find out if he is mercenary” (151; Ch. 27). With the smallest attention Ms. Gardiner expresses about Mr. Wickham as mercenary. Ms. Gardiner find indirect evidence which the main fact that why his attentions to Ms. King was so soon after purposing to Elizabeth. Providing only basic information Ms. Gardner mentions “Her not objecting, does not justify him. It only shews her being deficient in something herself - sense or feeling” (151; Ch. 27). The facts that exist can be concluding from evidence and reasoning rather than from detail statements. The indirect evidence that Ms. King pretends not to know that Mr.Wickham intentions is only her money is indirect because she doesn’t directly express what she believes of Mr. Wickham. Good indirect reader gather all information that makes common sense put all information together and get a conclusion from all
Finding the meanings of contexts.
KEY IDEAS: contexts, connections, perspectives and responding.
Look into the intertextual connections of both texts.
When you’re looking at the context, you’re looking at how and why Richard 3rd reflected their social and historical context. -> Why and how were these texts created?
CONTEXT: effect of social, historical and cultural texts. (What is the impact of if?)
Deformities = evil – Richard 3rd - the ‘other’
CONNECTIONS: what do we learn by exploring the…
being quite cordial towards Elizabeth, she is barely civil, and her wit and irony is visible as she reveals her feelings for Wickham while poking fun at Darcy. When describing Mr Wickham as being ‘unlucky’ to lose Darcy’s friendship, her satirical tone mocks Darcy’s preceding comments, however, subsequent reading of the novel show a deeper irony in Elizabeth’s misconceptions about both Wickham and Darcy. A further use of irony is visible when Elizabeth states ‘we (Elizabeth and Darcy) are each of an…
Problem of Evil
Submitted to Dr. Russell Woodbridge in partial fulfillment
of the requirements for the completion of the course
Theo 626 – B04
Introduction to Seminary Studies
March 9, 2014
Table of Contents
Development of the Doctrine of Evil 3
The Nature of the Problem of Evil 5
Current Solutions Presented on the Problem of Evil 6
God’s Goodness Modified 8
Denial of the Problem of Evil 10
Themes for Dealing with Evil 11
Evil is Necessary…
conveyed from the victor’s viewpoint, usually giving a biased opinion of events and people of the time. These biased opinions are I feel especially true in the case of Cleopatra, as many of our historical records of her are portrayed from the Roman perspective.
In today's mass media society these portrayals and opinions dominate the way we interpret Cleopatra as a woman and a Queen. Cinema and Television has stereotyped Cleopatra to entertain audiences in a romantic and exotic manner and also to portray…
The rising prominence of the ‘poor’ girls that are exalted* by authority figures for their agonizing bravery to reveal they were adherents of the devil. Before the play is over good people of pious nature and responsible temper are condemning other good people to the gallows. The unsubstantiated claims that over throw the town into a place of hostility, bitterness, fear and contemplation for revenge, inclinations to climb up the social ladder through faults of others…
extent, in Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, the female characters are side-lined and their passivity causes them to suffer. Shelley characterizes each woman as passive, disposable and serving a utilitarian function. Female characters like Safie, Elizabeth, Justine, Margaret and Agatha provide nothing more but a channel of action for the male characters in the novel. Events and actions happen to them, usually for the sake of teaching a male character a lesson or sparking an emotion within him. However…
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May 26, 2014
The Help Response Paper
The Help is a 2011 film adapted from a novel by Kathryn Stocket. (Stocket, Kathryn. The Help. New York, NY. Penguin Books, February 10, 2009. Print.). The movie contrasts two cultures: white ‘Southern Belle’ socialite women in the 1960’s American South and the black African-American ‘mammies’ who cook, clean, maintain the household and raise the children of these socialites.
There are several cultural…
taught how to read and write. He had no family that could show him what love was. He just wanted to be destroyed because of how bad his life was. I was also felt badly for Dr. Frankenstein. He was so smart that he created a monster that did him no good. He abandoned him. At the end of the book I felt really terrible for Frankenstein. He lost everyone that he loved because of a monster he shouldn’t have created in the first place. The monster went crazy and killed everyone that he knew was close…
the document was approved of immediately and a federal government emerged.
However, they could not be any more incorrect. Many Americans at the time would have been
unwilling to approve the Constitution in 1787. There were two perspectives of the Constitution.
The two sides were led by different men, and had two very different perspectives of the
Constitution and what America would be if the citizens were to follow it or not. The Federalists,
those who supported the Constitution, strongly believed in the idea of a new federal government…
is also a play that considers the relationships between men both in war and at peace. At the outset of the play, Shakespeare establishes a fraternal relationship for the audience; Don Pedro ‘hath bestowed much honour’ on Claudio, Benedick ‘hath done good service’, and he is ‘in the company of the right noble Claudio’. In Elizabethan times men relied on their birthplace as a cornerstone for the beginning of friendships; however, this does not prove a problem for these men, who are united not by their…