TSOA Art in the World, Time of Section (11AM) Blagovesta Momchedjikova Progression 2, Exercise 2 Date: September 10 th , 2018 Dear Bryan Doyle, For me “Joyas Voladoras” is a fascinating essay that depicts the reality of the human heart in such a beautiful and poetic way. As I read and re-read your essay I notice that you answer questions in the beginning of the essay, but suggest the questions until the last paragraph of the essay. For example, in the second paragraph you write about how hummingbirds must rush in search for sweet nectar or their hearts will grow cold, “ if they are not soon warmed, if they do not soon find that which is sweet, their hearts grow cold, and they cease to be.”. That sentence answers in a metaphoric way the question the reader asks him/herself on, how not “live alone in the house of the heart.”, mentioned in the sixth paragraph. Analyzing the text, I see the relationship between humans and hummingbirds; Humans must be like hummingbirds, they must
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