October 07 2012
The Rocking-Horse Winner
1. In reality, a house cannot whisper or say something to humans. To me, the house whispering to
the children is more of hallucination that was created by their observations on how their
Verse Any composition in lines of more or less regular rhythm, often ending in rimes.
Dramatic poetry A third king of poetry, which presents the voice of an imaginary character
speaking directly, without any additional narration by the author.
- Gwendolyn Brooks was born in Topeka, Kansas, on June 7, 1917
- Brooks moved to Chicago at a young age. She began writing and publishing as a teenager,
eventually achieving national fame for her 1945 collection,A Street in Bronzeville.
- In 1950 Brooks b
Conventions Customary methods of presenting an action, usual and recognizzable devices that an
audience is willing to accept.
Soliloquy A monologue in which we seem to overhear the character's inmost thoughts utter aloud.
Aside When the character addresse
What is your intended major? Discuss how your interest in the subject developed and describe
any experience you have had in the field such as volunteer work, internships and employment,
participation in student organizations and activities - and
Paper - Extra Credit
During the open reception in December 1, 2012, I visited the Market Gallery that
was celebrating for World AIDS Day. I remember the moment at night when I
stood in front of the Market Gallery, a
Poetry Assignment Part Four: The Essay
Because I could not stop for Death
In Because I could not stop for Death, Emily Dickinson talks about death. While death
is often perceived unpleasant and intimidating, Dickinson uses her poem to prove that