I know you said you were a bit confused about it in your response to course material, so I'll try not to be too harsh or anything. Posted by daniel bordenca at 2: At one point in the novel, Scarlett leaves her family at Tara to stay with her aunt in Atlanta. It seems here that you might be confusing the effect put forth by the prompt as the meaning. The first paragraph which describes disquietude as a result of details was effective. Instead your structure should parallel your answer to the prompt, or your thesis. When the audience experiences such an event in a story, pleasure is given to the reader, but occasionally the reader will be led to actually feel some pity for the antagonist, which will then result in the reader to feel some disquietude.
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Additionally, your thesis needs to also incorporate a meaning component. Overall it was very clear to me her argument and she answered the question very effectively. Scarlett watches her baby girl and notices the curve of her soft cheek, the gentle curl of her hair, the bright blue of her eyes, and later, as a toddler, her curiosity and vivacity. Posted by daniel bordenca at 2: As the reader is engaged, he or she is also now led to feel pity for Bassanio, and a bit of anger towards Portia, bringing the audience both a healthy confusion of pleasure and disquietude. For example, Scarlett goes to a dance with her sister-in-law, Melanie.
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Select a literary work that produces this "healthy confusion. At one point in the novel, Scarlett leaves her family at Tara to stay with her aunt in Atlanta. Again though I think the prompt requires the writer to engage more of the meaning associated with these conflicting emotions created by the festive party and brutal nature of war. Perhaps, you should consider something like "Mitchell emphasizes equally both character vices and virtues and depicts both the beauty and disarray of Gone with the Wind's setting in order to produce a healthy confusion and allows the people and places illustrated in the novel to seem more realistic. The details used make a lot of sense to me even though I haven't read this book. When another conflict steps up in front of the protagonist, is when disquiet is then brought to the reader in addition to the mere pleasure of the story, as the reader then begins to feel either pity for the protagonist or even anger and frustration at the antagonizing force.
Description:When personally reading "The Merchant of Venice" the positive and emotions evoked within me gave me a healthy confusion of pleasure and disquietude, and kept my eyes glued to the text. When the audience experiences such an event in a story, pleasure is given to the reader, but occasionally the reader will be led to actually feel some pity for the antagonist, which will then result in the reader to feel some disquietude. She has a very good mix of plot information and the details to make her point. Giving the reader a sense of a healthy confusion and disquietude of the conflicts and scenarios within a novel, will aid in maintaining the readers attention and interest. Scarlett screams for aid but finds none and as she puts on a brave face for Melanie, the reader can feel her terror. Posted by daniel bordenca at 2: Unknown April 30, at 7: