Their love seems to know no bounds, though Della the wife worries about how her sacrifice will affect her husband because of how it affects her looks. Nothing is more comforting than giving all you having to that one special person who means the word to you and you meaning the same to them. It colors are directly connected with the story because they are the colors of Christmas; red is for the love and green symbolizes the virtue of hope. Inside, Della finds a pair of costly decorative hair combs that she'd long admired, but are now completely useless since she's cut off her hair. The Greek film directed by Ismene Daskarolis 2014 places it in the economical crisis of Greece today. Faced with such a situation, Della promptly bursts into tears on the couch, which gives the narrator the opportunity to tell us a bit more about the situation of Jim and Della.
Henry's classic, as well as borrowing the title. The end of the story is also interesting as Henry appears to be introducing irony into the story. A quick feminine change to hysterical tears and wails, necessitating the immediate employment of all the comforting powers of the lord of the flat. This irony adds a trademark O. Henry and Country Lovers, by Nadine Gordimer to accomplish this assignment. Lesson Summary The Gift of the Magi is a short story by the American writer O. Nobody has ever taken the sea-bath, in a no-waves situation; and having gone for the sea bath, one should not be afraid of the oncoming waves; if the waves are powerful duck them; if the waves are friendly, dance with them; when the waves are normal, swim along.
And here I have lamely related to you the uneventful chronicle of two foolish children in a flat… who most unwisely sacrificed for each other the greatest treasures of their house. The story explained how important it is to be willing to sacrifice for the one that you love. They understand what life is about, and what being rich really means. He was a master short- story writer of nearly 300 short stories. She felt a kind of fear and quickly told Jim that he must not be angry. It may also be a case that by having Della count the money three times Henry is further emphasizing the levels of poverty that exist for Della and Jim.
He sells away what he has left — his watch to buy what will make his Della more beautiful. I choose to designed my cover this way because I believe that in this way the reader will like to know what the book is going to be about, basically I believe that the designed of my cover would call the attention of someone who is looking a new book to read, because is colorful, is shining, it have realy pretty drawing. I don't think there is anything in the way of a haircut or shave or a shampoo that could make me like my girl any less. Example: The reader knows that the villain is the hero's father, but the hero does not. The Gift of the Magi has a surprisingly beautiful and satisfying ending. Henry did an excellent job with this story. Hiding her tears, she jumps up and holds out her gift for Jim: the watch chain.
However, they've given each other a greater gift in showing how much they love each other. By counting the money on several occasions it is as if Della is hoping that she has more than she actually has. Also, this theme is demonstrated at the end of the story. Della showed her gift to Jim- the gold chain she had bought for him. This theme also occurs in the 'real world. You can you read the words, they are big enough, the design convey the message in an interesting way.
My book cover helps the reader to understand the book because my cover have a good designed, it have an elegant design and no one is going to feel ashamed if is carrying it around in public, because is pretty, and is not over fancy. With a very inventive mind, he made plots for his stories from the commonplace things. They're too nice to use just at present. Some sacrifices are harder that other but they all are considered an act of love if you really mean it. It takes place at Christmas time and tells the story of Jim and Della Dillingham, a poor, young married couple who don't have enough money to buy each other Christmas gifts. It may also be important that Della wears a brown jacket and an old brown hat.
Originally published in 1906, in O. In The Gift of the Magi by O. Had King Solomon been the janitor, with all his treasures piled up in the basement, Jim would have pulled out his watch every time he passed, just to see him pluck at his beard from envy. He is twenty-two, slim and works long, hard hours for barely any money. They may not have money but they have something that will last so much longer, that is true. The two main themes that O. It's Christmas Eve, and Della finds herself running out of time to buy Jim a Christmas present.
Both characters gave something that was personally important to them to bring happiness to the other. He returned home and his face did not bear a sign of happiness. He simply stared at her fixedly with that peculiar expression on his face. Like most works by the American short story writer, it is also notable for a twisted ending that is both pleasant and painful. But they love each other.
Henry, an American short story writer born under the name William Sydney Porter, the plot is really absorbing, and is complimented with details throughout which keeps the reader involved till the very last word. Which would suggest or highlight just how deeply in love Della and Jim are despite their financial position. To show their true love and devotion to one another, right before Christmas, Della and her husband Jim set out separately to purchase Christmas presents. It surely had been made for Jim and no one else. I want to see how it looks on it. Henry is one of the authors of the short story who exist to explore the romance side of love.
Expenses had been greater than she had calculated. With that chain on his watch Jim might be properly anxious about the time in any company. It reached below her knee and made itself almost a garment for her. Unselfish love shared, regardless of the attendant difficulties or distractions—this is the idea repeatedly implied as a criterion in his fictional treatment of domestic affairs. Living in a very poor condition can not prevent Jim and Della from giving their sweetheart a Christmas gift-a gift that they hope it can make their lover happy. Although Jim and Della are now left with gifts that neither one can use, they realize how far they are willing to go to show their love for each other, and how priceless their love really is. But if you'll unwrap that package you may see why you had me going a while at first.