what are the literary devices presented in this short story?
Well, there's the metaphor and the pun : "Her wire to the employment office brought results-but dark ones." From my understanding, the 'dark results' refers to the color of Berry's skin and Mr. Hughes cleverly plays a pun on it as well, in the sense that the results from the High Class Help Agency was the servant who would be working at the Home. They had originally thought they would send a white person; instead they sent Berry who was dark skinned '...brought results- but dark ones'
those are not literary devices
whats the summary
he went to work for the home was overworked and got less pay because he was black he didn't complain because he ws hungry fr too long he realized the children were treated bad so he got to know them then one day one of the children mistakenly fell and he was fired ad blamed
how did the protagonist bring out the team
What is the Plot (in points) in the story???
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In what sense can this story be said to be about the difference between reality and appearance?
I think one way could be the difference in meals that were served. When the parents visited their children they were presented with the idea that the children are fed well, but in reality it was only a show. In the parents' absence the menu changed and the children were not given the food they were supposed to receive.
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how does milberry react to the problems being faced??
Milberry needed the job and even though they over worked him and he knew that it was wrong, he didn't complain.
types of settings in this story
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name two literary pieces,including date and publication that the writter have produced
What did berry observe about the happenings at the home
Berry observed that the disable children were being exploited because they were only treated i.e.. good food when parents visited. He also observed colour prejudices in term as how he was treated as a worker at the crippled home.
What's Is The Time Sequence Of That Story "Berry "
The protagonist bring out the theme of racism and colour prejudices by showing us the tone and dialogues of the white employee and doctor towards him as well as how hard he works for low wages.
How is hypocrisy shown in this story?
What life lesson does berry learn
whats the plot in the story??
what was the issue that Mrs. Osborn was having with Berry, regarding his accommodations?
The issue was that Mrs. Osborn didn't know where Berry will sleep. Also, she didn't know if the handy man would want Berry in the same space as him.
what are the important events in berry?
WHAT ARE THE THEMES OF THE STORY?
racism and prejudice
As mentioned in one of the replies, racism/prejudice or stereotyping.
i need a very good summary for berry for literature tomorrow please help me
why did they even treat him like that not because he is black
He is maybe that's the reason
What is One literary device that shows the effect of prejudice??
yeah correct my man!!
what is the setting?
What is the tone used in berry??
what endears berry to the reader ?
some ways milberry was curious?
what point of view was used in the story
third person point of view
what is the minor and the major characters of the story
What is the rising action of berry
how did langston hughes uses dialogue to present racism
Where was taking advantage of others highlighted
When Berry had to help the nurses with the children and also the occupants of the establishment had chores for Berry to do.
What are the sequence of events
why was berry treated so badly
berry been used and also have been disrespected because he was black
why is the title of the story significant?
because it a name given in innocence by the crippled kids out of love and admiration
What is an example of irony in this story
what is 10 literary techniques and examples?
what are some symbolisim in berry
what does the title "Berry" symbolizes?
what is the point of view of this story?
How did discrimination affected him?
Why do you think he didn't leave after discovering that the person's in charge were racist?
what is the theme ?