ANTSY DOES TIME by Neil Shusterman 1. Antsy does Time, like Unwind, has a death theme. Unlike the characters of Unwind where they are being put to death, Antsy Does Time explores the prospect of death. From the beginning where there is the accidental death of the
I love how the book progressed fast. It was hard to put the book down because every chapter left me with hints. There were always moments like fast-paced action and heart-breaking decisions. The thing I liked the most about the book is the friendship and loyalty between Thomas, Minho and Newt. The Death Cure built up to excitement in every chapter until the end. The ending got me disappointed because it left so many questions
Salihah Alghamdi EN 399 Film assignment The 1971 Mel Stewart film, “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”, is about a little boy named Charlie Bucket, who is very poor and wants to do something to help his family. The movie starts by showing that there is a contest going on for people to win a special tour through the factory of Wonka Chocolate Company and a lifetime supply of chocolate. There are only five special golden tickets hidden inside products from the Wonka Company. When the five people have found the tickets, there is a big gathering on the day of the tour with big crowds of people and news people too to see Mr wonka come out from his factory to greet the winners. When the children and their parents are inside the factory the children sign a thing saying they will not steal or take information or do bad things and they all go on their way for the tour. Right away, it all seems very strange with coat hooks that move and weird size doors and rooms. Inside of the factory is very much a different world. The workers are small orange men who sing songs telling about the behaviors people should not have.
Arthur miller’s play the crucible and the film the king in New York directed by Charlie Chaplin explores the way politics and people are intertwined. Both these composers, through their texts, sagaciously convey the notion of how oppressive politics can be. They instil on the responder of the way
For the most part, the novel was very enjoyable. One aspect of it that I loved was that the storyline was extremely intense, which always compelled me to find out what would happen next. For example,
As the overall book, I actually kind of liked it because it was kind of hard to understand because they couldn’t use “I” and I like challenges. They had to use “We” instead of using “I” to explain they self or the story. The book was okay as a whole but still kind of hard to understand I got kind of irritated after a while, while I was reading the book because of the way it was written.
The characters bring a riveting story to life when reading. Throughout the book, I felt emotions left and right for the characters and what they were going through. There is a lot of mystery and questioning that will be answered later in the book, but once its done, there are still many questions being asked. when I look for a book, that is something that stands out to me because I really want to read more, and when you have that reaction to a book, that means it was worth reading. I found this book remarkable because of the behaviors, characteristics, and decisions that the characters make, and I recommend this book to everyone, even if they don’t like to
External conflict: Charlie vs Alice (others) “Alice came to the door again but I said go away I dont want to see you. She cryed and I cryed to but I woudnt let her in because I didnt want her to laff at me.” (pg.306)
Beginning I’ve read a wild, but a mysterious story called ‘’Charlie’s Point Of View”. This book was created and invented by a brilliant man named Richard Scrimger. This book is a fictional but a great book. As I take you into the journey/wonders of this book, I’ll tell you all about a blind boy solving a mystery with his powerful senses. The boy who was blind was named as Charlie Fairmile. He has two other friends who gave him big help and their names were Lewis and Bernadette.
The book was enjoyable to read. I could relate to each character in a different way. My favorite part of the book was when each character was introduced in their chapters. The characters are all so different but all have one thing in common which is being on the list. I would highly recommend this book to classmates.
Bo Rinne 11/17/16 Putman 4th hour Ethics Essay In my own words, the definition of ethics is the moral principles that govern a person's or group's behavior. Charlie Gordon is a 37 year old with a 68 IQ. He works in a factory and lived in New York City. Charlie took adult learning classes since he wanted to become normal like all of his friends at the factory. After some time, two neurosurgeons confronted him and wanted to do an intelligence experiment. Charlie enthusiastically agreed, and they did the operation. Charlie would grow to have an IQ of over 200 in a matter of a few weeks, and outsmarted even his doctors. He learned every language ever and did his own experiments. Eventually Charlie lost it all and became angry at everything and everyone before finally going away to a society where no one would know his past. Charlie's doctors did not act ethically when they performed the operation to make Charlie smarter.
I really liked the book. It was very enjoyable to read. I would recommend it to my friends, because I think they
The Crucible Rough Copy The image that was given was about a man covering or protecting the girl, there was three man who looks like a judge or a counselor, and it looks like an accusation or confession. This image is about the play that was written by Arthur Miller, The Crucible. The play was about witchcraft that was observing in the village, and because they were Christians who has strong faith.in God they prohibited witchcraft. They don’t like witchcraft not because this can ruin their religion but it is also a threat to their society. It the image connects to the theme because since the witchcraft has happened in their village, they were investigating people and killing innocent people.
I like this books style because it was completely different than any other type of book I’ve before. The book didn’t really have a plot but every chapter was informative in their own way. Even though each chapter was very different each one contributed to the main idea. This book has wonderfully solid information that makes it very hard to argue or deny the main idea.
Willy Wonka, the owner of the Wonka chocolate factory, has decided to open the doors of his factory to five children and their parents. In order to choose who will enter the factory, Mr. Wonka hides five golden tickets in the wrappers of his Wonka chocolate bars. The search for the five golden tickets is fast and furious. The first four golden tickets are found by the gluttonous Augustus Gloop, the spoiled and petulant Veruca Salt, the gum-addicted Violet Beauregarde, and the TV-obsessed Mike Teavee. A boy named Charlie Bucket lives in poverty in a tiny house with his parents and four grandparents. His grandparents share the only bed in the house, located in the only bedroom. Charlie and his parents sleep on a mattress on the floor. Once a