Therefore, the brown horse did her job, she conceived and was taken somewhere else to live. This essay is really too short, in my opinion, to give much input on Walker's ability to write. Sharing the apples every day forges a bond between them. The story involves characters from both sides of the African American cultural spectrum, conveniently cast as sisters in the story. Lincoln built an argument within his speech with a goal set in mind: To establish a common ground or compromise between the North and the South.
This meant, of course: I want an apple. Was that to be his sole entertainment for the day? She uses great imagery, personification and socially thought provoking analogies to build emotional sentiment for her central ideas and effectively persuade you to see her point of view. Purple is associated with both nobility and spirituality. One was Am I Blue? One of the arguments Walker makes throughout the piece is that man only associates emotion as capable for humans, because as a society, we consider the ability to feel emotions is restricted to only humans. The author describes Blue by comparing him to human beings and human experiences. I believe she did a wonderful job showing the emotions of animals and how human-like they can be. Through this incident the author observes that humans have the capacity and propensity to treat animals, and each other, with indifferent cruelty.
This play is in modern English and written in a colloquial form that makes it definitely a lot easier for the reader to relate to normal conversations that typical teenagers may have today. Once her readers are able to empathize, they are forced to analyze the now less clear differences between human and animal suffering. This horse not only had issues of its own, but represented the issues of oppressed African American people over the years since slavery. The darker the shade, the more gay they are. In the beginning of the speech, he starts out by addressing the people in which he is speaking to, such as faculty, graduating students, members of the board of education, and also family and friends. My friend and I drove up the mountain; the streets were covered in ice and there. I always try my best and strive for excellence.
Comparatively, John Polk is a shy and level headed seventeen year-old who attends college as a freshman where he is also in a fraternity with his brother. Hans College Comp 1 10 February 2013 Am I Blue Argument Many people in this world suffer for many different reasons. He managed to half-crunch one. Luckily most of us have read other works by Walker and know of her talent. In this way, Walker is comparing her emotions, as a human, to the emotions of a horse Blue.
It is a wonderful story of a friendship with a horse, but also the story of how we, as humans, equate social justice and equality. Walker conveys strong emotion for these issues by assigning Blue human attributes. Now I havent really studied other music types on personality but i have noticed this towards some people. Many of the similarities in these two books revolve around the common theme of choice. In June of 2012, he made a speech at the commencement ceremony for the graduating class of Wellesley High School. Walker is an amazing writer and has a flair with words, although a bit controversial, that allows her readers to immerse themselves into her writings.
I must say that as a school we were pretty cocky. He stood waiting, or so I thought, though not beneath the tree. The rest he let fall to the ground. Jazz and blues were key elements of the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s, a time when African Americans in a section of New York City started a movement to celebrate their culture. The mind can always recall, for there are always things to remember: languid days of depressed boyhood; shared happy days under the glare of the sun; concealed love and mocking fate; etc. Cooper, 1880 I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in. This piece seems to be directed towards those who do not take animal suffering as a significantly tragic event.
This piece is rich with examples and comparisons that evoke an emotional response about an issue that for which Walker feels very strongly. Walker compares her emotions to a horse by the name of Blue. Regardless of the weather this is the date of Alice Walkers birth in Eatonton Georgia. One day after visiting the city, I went out to give Blue some apples. Blue, being a social animal, can only look forward to people feeding him apples, and that makes him very lonely and bored. It was so sudden his leaving.
I believe the most important beauty is the inner beauty. Throughout the story, it reveals an African-American family living in small home and struggling financially. She empathizes with him by comparing his situation to one similar that would occur with a human, such as slavery. Her work is focused on the themes of Civil Rights, the treatment and experiences of African-Americans, and also the experiences of women as a minority. In essence, that is what this short story is all about. From the moment the two become acquainted, amusement ensues due to their juxtaposition and the situation in which they find each other.
Although I almost simultaneously know the answer as the question crosses my mind because, as I look down, I remind myself quickly of the black and blue bruises running down my arms. Respectively, she says that through gestures, signs, and expressions, animals are in a sense, linked to humans. Vince is surprised when he sees that many people turn even the slightest shade of blue. She was born in Eatonton. Her work is widely acclaimed and includes the novel The Colour Purple, for which she won the Pulitzer Prize. This mean that their personalities are constant despite changes in their appearance and their environment.
I need help to revise it because I think the lanaguage and grammer are not okay. Am I Blue by Alice Walker depicts all the struggles and hardships people have been through and still go through on a day to day basis. The way Alice Walker was able to portray everything whether big or small with such a deeper meaning. This dedication gave her the confidence to accomplish many of t5he the things that are important to our history of literature today. Since I was little, I have had a dream: I want to go to the best college in the country. One day we were having a romantic picnic at. As the story progresses, hidden meanings are unraveled and revealed, turning this light- hearted story to an observation of dark reality.