women behind shakes it !’’ this reinforces that she sees her self as the woman behind the patteren and her husband as the pattern. she goes on to say ‘nobody could climb through the pattern -- it strangles so : .... the pattern strangles them off ..... makes their eyes white!’ this is good discriptive diction and again is personificating the pattern . towards the end she ‘’ peeled off all the paper I could reach standing on the floor. ‘’ This can be seen as the
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Navidad Dixon Composition 1 Mr.alfino 2/1/13 How many places around today still holds Christmas spirit the way that movies do? How many places still around today that dose Christmas specials live? How many places around to this very day decorates their buildings so beautifully and full of spirit that rivals Santa himself? When this question was asked vigorously around the University of central Missouri campus many, with a smile on their face, said the Kansas City plaza. They talk of the
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from metal."[document d]. Third is the emotions and the views on life between samuria and knights. Samurai did not fear death unlike the knights. The knights would beg for forgiveness from God. In the poems from document F you can tell that the knights got way more discriptive in their writing. You can tell this by the lengh of the poems the the words they use in their poems like,acknowledge. The differences for samurai and knights were huge. But they do have some simulairites but not a lot of them though. Just because samurai and knights do some of the sames things that does not make them similar.
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car crash. If the same thing happens in theater you need to stay with the story and use your imgination to feel and see what their tryin to show you. 8. The audiences for the ancient greece theater were mainly high class people with alot of money. And now they have different kinds of people attending theater. Its not just one culture. Its diverse. 9. The difference between a critic and a reviewer is a criric has discriptive critism. Goes into greater detail breaking down the scenes and analyzing them. A reviewer is bascially summarizing what happened in the play and is talking to a general plubic thats not so much educated about theater. They dont really talk in depth. 10.
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