P 19 #6 While talking to jeffries about clothes, we learn a few things about Annas character. We believe that she day dreamed about a quote that could represent her identity. She often reads novels and connects herself with characters … Continue reading Black is my happy color (quote #6) by Andrew Augoustis and Alex Vincelli
The dominant monochrome furniture in this situation emphasizes Walter’s overpowering masculine presence. The red tones in the room complemented by the rigidness of the uncomfortable sofa, and the visibly weighted pink curtains paint the portrait of a drowning vulnerable woman … Continue reading three by Konstantina Vanikiotis and Leila Bencherif
By: Sara Vetere & Jemirille Bajala-Tuazon 8. While Jeffries is kissing Anna, her mind is somewhere else: “all the time he was kissing me I was thinking about the man at that supper-party at the Greyhound” (20). Anna feels rather … Continue reading seven, *8*, nine
After Jeffries lets her go, she thinks, “But as soon as he let me go I stopped hating him” (20) Jeffries was kissing Anna, she despised him. After, he let her go, she ceased hating him. Obviously, this demonstrates that … Continue reading One followed by a zero
number 13. Task one Anna is in the stage of her life where she tries to find her identity. All over the novel we readers follow her path towards her self-discovery. In this specific scene we witness how Anna’s … Continue reading Number 13 Marcela S. and Amanda C.
Nadav Sarid Natacha Colimon Voyage in the dark, chapter 2. Lets get pretentious “Just like a rabbit, she was, like a blind rabbit.” 19 Anna is explaining the physical appearance of a rabbit but also references to … Continue reading Ambiguous Number 4
Question 2: The waiter and Jeffries both sniffed similarly, which emphasizes they are toffee-nosed and that they think they are more erudite than the other. They both think highly of themselves as they are passively disputing over corked wine, which … Continue reading Two is Better than One