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  • Train At Black Hawk
    831 words
    1. Discuss the significant of each of the following citations. Provide several examples that support each quote. A. 'The country girls were considered a menace to the social order. Their beauty shone out too boldly against a conventional background. But anxious mothers need have felt no harm. They mistook the mettle of their sons. The respect for respectability was stronger than any desire in Black Hawk Youth. ' The above quotation is telling about how the elderly people of Black Hawk did not tr...
  • Antonia's Mom
    463 words
    What if you had to peer council a person that you couldn't even stand! Would you be mad? Or what would you do if it happened to you? One of the main characters is a girl named Jasmine but they call her Jazz for short. Jazz is basically a goth girl and she has black hair with a little pink on top. She goes to high school and is around the age of 15. Jazz is in a pretty bad mood usually but it just depends on what she is doing. The other main character's name is Antonia. Antonia is a very smart gi...
  • Antonia And Jimmy
    802 words
    'Antonia is a very nice young girl at the beginning of the story. She is so beautiful, that all boys are mesmerized by the way she looks. She is a very nice your girl and is willing to be friends with anyone who wants to be friends. She is especially nice to Jimmy, because he is the first person that she meets when she moves to her new house. 'Antonia becomes much better friends with Jimmy as time passes. He teaches her English and many other things. They spend much of their time together playin...
  • Antonia And Jim's Separation
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    The Use of Parallels and Imagery in My Antonia by: D.P. (AKiN) My Antonia, by Willa Cather, is a book tracing the story of a young man, Jim Burden, and his relationship with a young woman, Antonia Shimerda. Jim narrates the entire story in first person, relating accounts and memories of his childhood with Antonia. He traces his coming to the Nebraska where he and Antonia meet and grow up. Jim looks back on all of his childhood scenes with Antonia with nearly heartbreaking nostalgia. My Antonia, ...
  • Antonia's Road
    361 words
    Perhaps the most directly conflicting characters in Catch-22 and in My Antonia are Colonel Cathcart and Antonia. Both of these characters are ambitious and each sees a road that runs ahead toward something called success or wealth, but the roads that they see are constructed differently. Colonel Cathcart's road is paved with feathers in his cap and it is not cratered with black eyes. Antonia's road is paved with the results of hard work and it sometimes has potholes they are due to her inability...

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