Through the one way mirror essays
4a. Through THe One-Way Mirror by Margaret Atwood …
If you like dancing, you can dance anywhere, standing in front of the mirror alone, out at a party with friends, or in a dance studio. The only requirement is to have fun and let your mind and body run free. Dancing to express myself is my favorite way to dance; in any emotional state I am able to show my feelings through movement. One of my favorite dances is a dance I choreographed for a school fundraiser, my senior year of high school. The dance was an upbeat performance full of energy with a mix of songs and different types of movement for a group of six girls. Throughout the whole five-minute dance we were all full of energy running, spinning and jumping around the stage non-stop until at the end we all collapsed. When I was on stage I couldn’t stop smiling and continued dancing seeing my friends and family in the audience, so proud of me. After I finished the dance, even though I should have been exhausted, my adrenaline was pumping. This is the way I feel after every time I perform on stage.
Through THe One-Way Mirror by …
In response to her doctor’s gentle questions, Lucy described a set of behaviors and associated fears. Objects needed to be in order to protect me and her father from unspecified deaths. The sliding mirrors on the bathroom medicine cabinet had to be lined up just right, or a witch would jump out of the wall. She had to be sure her dolls’ eyes were closed or her stuffed animals’ faces turned away when she went to bed, or they might kill her in her sleep.
When I looked in the mirror I really did see that stupid, ..
Through analysis of “Through the One-Way Mirror,” it can be concluded
that Atwood thoroughly question Canada’s identity and explores
possible reasons for this problem.