Some cliches can be poetic, such as Shakespeare’s, “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” This phrase became so popular and widely used, that Shakespeare created a new cliche.For example, the phrases “sweaty palms” or “twinkling eyes” have come to mean more than the fact that your palms are just sweaty or that your eye’s have a twinkle.Phrases such as “to this day” or “next thing I knew” are examples of such a cliche, and you often say these phrases without noticing you are doing so.In America, clichés are commonly used as well.Other favorite English clichés include, “All that glitters is not gold” and “don’t get your knickers in a twist.” “All for one, and one for all” was also a popular English cliche that took hold in Americ...
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Whereas Lodge uses a lot of cliches and he does clearly adore Phillis but believes that she can be won over by meaningless and unrealistic words.The cliches in this poem aren’t similar to the ones I looked at in the other two poems but I do feel that this might be the opinion of the women Lodge and Shakespeare were writing to, and they would much rather have more meaningful words written to them, or more romantic gifts.Shakespeare and Lochhead detest cliches and are more romantic writers who appreciate true, meaningful love.We get the opinion that she thinks gifts are all cliches and she doesn’t want any, not in any shape or form.Until we see at the end that she would love big, romantic, meaningful gifts and she would just melt if she re...
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Marvell uses this particularly technique quite often, drawing upon philosophy to illustrate his argument and giving the poem an intellectual .So to summarize, Metaphysical poetry can involve love, science and religion.‘ The final line finishes the poem in the typical way in which all of the Metaphysical poems end this is with monosyllabic words.He also used many prepositions in one sentence in order to give effect; what I mean by that is, in one sentence Donne writes: “Behind, before, above, between, below.Doone uses a cliche is this poem when using religion, he says “As souls unbodied, bodies uncloth’d must bee.
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And why would they?In other words, they have little or no personal commitment to their writing.I got VERY good at the method I was taught in high school, and I've suffered for it....s absolutely necessary.I find I have to concentrate hard to write what I want to say without resorting to cliches, bluffing assertions of alleged facts, and the printed equivalent of mumbling-and-hoping-people-get-it, but at least that means I'm learning what to watch for.
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O’Connor allows the reader to experience this cognitive dissonance by use of the third person point of view, showing that what is clear to the reader should be, but is not, clear to the person.It appears Mrs. Hopewell will have to reconcile the confidence she has in her ability to reduce life to a set of cliche pronouncements and her ability to control Mrs. Freeman in light of these revelations.Indeed, the very fact that the bibles are sold by man who admittedly doesn’t believe in them calls the reader to question the veracity of religious affiliation as a source of ethos.By exposing the religious shortcomings of Southern society, O’Connor has illustrated a larger point: beliefs are only as strong as the person who holds them and only as...
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But I am sure I have already dissuaded you from watching this cinematic disaster.Matrix Assignment The statement with reference to ‘Dr No’ and ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ Commentary Of The Beach Trailer .It inhabits some of the games charms, but because of this it rather sets itself up to be an almighty cliche, which I might add, it is.All depicting different ways the film could have ended.And as you watch them you wonder if the film was made knowingly, and the incredible shocking cliches, and breathtakingly cheesy jokes where put in on purpose, so as to make it almost a spoof of itself.
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“She is the person you can always turn to.” Aside from the fact that you say “you” when you mean “I”, the phrase is again an empty cliche.What do you mean by “keep going through anything”?What does it mean to be “there”?Because it could mean all of those things, it doesn’t really mean anything.When I say you should write sentences “like” the first one, I mean write sentences that refer to specific events.
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The motorcycle symbolized death throughout both stories.Irony [Said to a mean boss]: “You’ve been so kind to me.Note that the ending to this story is doubly ironic—was the soldier “meant” to die in a motorcycle crash or did he bring it about through his own guilt about surviving while others perished?However, by using foreshadowing, the author begins to clue in his audience.Now that you have all these concepts under your belt, it’s time to learn the most efficient way to use your knowledge on testlike items and sets.
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Stereotypes will classify you in to a cliche, which is what everyone has to deal with even outside of high school.Fashion can tell a lot about a person.Lastly, the nerds are wearing their science fiction t-shirts that people are reading and thinking “People really wear those?The most common cliches are the preps and the snobs.” as they walk down the hall way.
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This is why the character of Huck, being as clueless as he is in the book, is necessary for him to serve as the author’s satirical mouthpiece.His lack of understanding provides a completely different take on the art than Mark Twain actually feels.Huckleberry Finn is certainly not the typical narrator of a book.Twain’s main intention of the passage is to poke fun at the sentimentalists’ artwork.This is an excellent example of Huck’s role as the naive narrator.
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The writer complements most of the characters as being “right at home” in south central Los Angeles but Cuba Gooding Jr (the lead role, Tre Styles) and Morris Chestnut (Supporting Role, Tre’s best friend Ricky) as “pretty boys… slumming it up for the pay cheque”- Crude, colloquial language is used to portray the cynicism the writer feels of the two actors.This child-likeness is described as reducing the “astute” film to “a sociology essay”, similar to comparison to a “high school sermon” in the previous article and a “class-room lecture” in the first article .He concludes by saying that the “effective statement” the film makes is a “testament” to John Singleton, extended vocabulary is used to describe the way in which the film proves the...
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Learning meditaion.To say that life has become increasingly complex is a cliche but cliches often contain a great deal of truth.com was delightfully appealing and provided great information.While for every positive there is a negative each of these sites were primarily-based on the author’s thoughts and not easily verified.It also provided various meditation exercises that you could do while at work.
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He strongly claims, if you avoid clutter and try to maintain your simplicity, you can avoid sounding repetitive and still maintain the reader 's attention.When stick to these dreary phrases and cliches it take away from your interest to want to read it, for the fact that you know what 's coming up.He states, “Clutter is a disease of American writing,”(Zinsser 6).When a reader encounters this he will know it and eventually lose interest in the reading.With simple statements like this he is clearly laying out a bigger message which he uses throughout the book.
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A cliche’ is a phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought.There should also be designated drivers in every town and city all over the world.A designated driver is simply a person who agrees to not drink alcohol and be responsible for driving others home.Then maybe if we just get this all in place, maybe we can save a lot of lives each year and keep drunk drivers off roadways.Write one sentence that contains a cliche’.
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Such language is used to keep the readers attention throughout the novel.Predictable language is also used throughout a romance novel.“Wrap around porches decorated with hanging flower pots and American flags” (NS 39).The physical descriptions of characters within the novel are usually cliche and stereotypical.This gives a reader the stereotype image of what houses in a small town in America look like.
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Together they fulfill every movie cliche, going to parties together, eating food and sharing childhood stories.He has learned what he is not through Ruth and Maxine.Moushumi, like Ruth, has ambitions that she cannot fulfill in a relationship with Gogol.Lahiri’s choice to end the novel with Gogol as a divorced man reading alone in his childhood room is symbolic.He even learned that having a childhood in common with someone does not necessarily mean that they are compatible.
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They then think about the fact that most people don’t go to sleep with their glasses on.What juror number 8 does is help the jury see another side to the story.So they wonder how the woman could have accurately seen the murder and murderer.Maybe she did see the murder perfectly, but now there is some reasonable doubt.Juror #8 just wanted everyone to think about any other possibilities.
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This is shown in the first line 'Had we but world enough, and time'.This is a very romantic scene, and the mistress would feel complimented by it."To His Coy Mistress" has a syllogism structure, the first stanza is the 'if', from the 'if, but, so' syllogism argument.As the main theme of this poem is sex, many physical references are made, such as 'two hundred to adore each breast'.The actual content used is also very effective as in "To His Coy Mistress", where the syllogism and the tactics of complements and frightening are used to, what is in my opinion, good effect.
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Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, Vol.org/sevenlit/donne/flea .Oxford English Dictionary.2007.Works Cited .1, The English Renaissance (Winter, 1962), pp.
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The writer’s main purpose is to reflect this decadence of the English language to the general decline in contemporary society and to relate it to Politics.In fact, according to Orwell, language is used for political purposes to transform it into a vague and meaningless set of prose phrases in order to conceal truths rather than express thoughts.Also, the six rules that the auhtor suggests to simplify English, could be very beneficial even for contemporary students in their writings.However, it seems that Orwell has used a prescriptive and quite subjective approach in his essay by which he ‘finds what he is looking for’ based on the ideology he already believes in, that tends to be emerging from deep-rooted conspiracy theories.He then cla...
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The cliche of a well-educated, but single and childless woman is still a common scenario.The number of children per women has been low for 40 years, which Klingholz said has made it the norm.The tax advantage in France is not just for being married but for having a family.Fear of excessive demands play a role, said Juergen Dorbritz, director of science at the Wiesbaden Institute.Germans could learn something about politics and the family from the French, which has friendlier tax laws for families, said Reiner Klingholz, director of a Berlin institute for population and development.
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The largest image; that revealing the extent of Buckley’s shocking injuries, is a perfect accompaniment to the text, giving the reader a true idea of the result of his terrible wounds.Additionally, the images of pets behind bars, with their innocent eyes, and somewhat fearful expression makes the reader compare them to prisoners whom have been wrongly accused; forced to live a life of confinement for another’s crimes.The writer also shocks her readers through the use of an alarming statistic, revealing the true magnitude of the deaths of unwanted animals.The strong use of visual media paired with the article is successful in giving the story an even greater effect; working as the figurative ‘icing’ on the argument.Furthermore, the use of...
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And as cliche as it may sound, we hear the question once more, did history repeat itself?It is hard to even contemplate that the billions and billions of dollars spent to kill countless lives in this war could have spent countless lives from hunger, diseases and poverty.Well imagine the horrors of losing somebody you care about for something not even consequentially important in the history of humanity.WORKS CITED .Hayes, Stephen F. and Joscelyn, Thomas The Mother of All Connections A special report on the new evidence of collaboration between Saddam Hussein’s Iraq and al Qaeda Volume 010, Issue 41 July 18, 2005 Shuster, D. “Road to war; How the Bush administration sold the Iraq War to American people”.
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It is a responsibility, and requires careful steps, without abusing the trust.Even though the exciting and dramatic ending took away from the immersion into the story, it remained a powerful way to conclude the drama of the story.Students takes the comments seriously and personally.I enjoyed The Dead Poet’s Society.It is actually a tremendous responsibility on the part of the teacher, because this position has the potential to improve or ruin someone’s life.
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The wrong eople were angered and others tried to force Blanche to face reality.The final scene in which Blanche utters her most famous line “… l have always depended on the kindness of strangers.“, is the sad culmination of Blanche’s vanity and total dependence on men for happiness.A typical, yet unique, tragic hero, Blanche did her best to be happy, her only goal.Blanche’s tate is inevi table, all people can do is watch as sne talls deeper and unforgivable thing in my opinion and it is the one thing I have never, never been .
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Cliches and overused phrases These are like all the different plots you might see time and time again.Nothing murders a paper faster than seeing the same thing again and again.Try mixing things up, and word your ideas in different ways.This can give your writing more power, and interest your reader in learning more.(talk about how these MURDER YOUR PAPER) Tone and wording (dude, don’t write slang yo, do the wording good)
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In “regretful him feeling less--- perverse!, accomplished he will-power climate adjacent to at accommodation billet involving reference to the every second clich , the ones become absent-minded don't undertake horns...”.In the issue, they indeed gotta what they destitution.By discernment "A Rose for Emily" one can see how much of an strike planting can have on the animation of a impersonate.Emily find her but by possession a people in her vivacity, and after her sire hazard she has no one.The burgh of Jefferson purpose Emily to do the stuff she does.
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As a writer, do you write ethnically/racially diverse characters?Instead, you can go the wood route of deep mahogany and chestnut brown, but that sounds more like a table than a human being.What are your experiences with racial bias in writing?...kin, but there’s an overtly sexual connotation to that way of describing someone.How do you avoid cliches or stereotyping?
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A key part of being Queen would be helping others in SCHA.It would mean a great deal to me to be able to represent SCHA at this level level.As SCHA queen I will bring a good values, leadership skills and a positive attitude to SCHA.To help others in SCHA I can share the knowledge I have learned in SCHA and my experience with horses., it may sound cliche , but, everyone is a winner when you improve on anything.
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In addition, when we focus on the menu of the movie Shrek, it contains details that recognizes you it’s a movie.It shows that Shrek is conscious of the traditional circumstance in fairy tales.Last but not least, let’s talk about self-reflexivity.Besides, at the beginning of the movie, when Shrek is hunted and chase by the people, he shouts at them and whispers, “This is the part you should run away.” Although this scene does not directly illustrate that the character does takes notice of the filmmaking process or the camera, it is still a very strong example of self-reflexivity.At the end of the movie, Shrek discovers that there is a camera shooting at him and Fiona and it means that he’s aware of the narrative mechanics or storytelling ...
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