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An Essay about its Interpretation through Connotations

In this essay we are tasked to interpret the Eskimo song/poem written above through connotations. We are also tasked to examine the given poem through the following questions: What feelings come to you as you read it? What overall sense do the various words and images create? As I was reading the poem, I felt a deep sense of sadness and regret in the writer’s choice of words. It was as if he was writing while reminiscing about the better life he had before where problems were small and Life itself was simple.  He was regretting what has become of his life and has expressed a desire to go back to that simple life.  The choice of words create images…

Money: the Reader and William Hazlitt

Money isn’t everything, but for English writer William Hazlitt that saying couldn’t be farther from the truth. The essay he has chosen to write is a list of contradictions given to show the reader why the true purpose in life is money. Hazlitt conveys his thoughts on money to persuade others that money is everything. To persuade his reader he uses specific syntax, tone and diction to convey this message. William Hazlitt begins his passage with stating “literally and truly, one cannot get on well in the world without money” (1). By starting the essay like this his stance whether or not money is everything is clear. As the passage develops you find that he is trying to persuade people…