Estrella By: Estrella D. Alfon – December P. P. She has won the Palanca Awards a number of t. Free Essay: MAGNIFICENCE by Estrella Alfon There was nothing to fear, for the man was always so gentle, so kind. At night when the little girl. A Freudian Psychological Literary Analysis By: Patrick Mercado The story “ Magnificence”, written by Estrella Alfon, portrays a family who has.
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With her other hand she slapped him on the other side of the face again. The children aldon put their lessons down, telling him of the envy of their schoolmates, and would he buy them more please? Then go ahead and write, and I will watch you. All the little girls and boys had been envying them. This is too please the children with his attitude.
Take also the pencils, said the mother to the watching newly bathed, newly changed child. And Alron Stories Volume 2 of Regal series. Alfon Snippet view – His face was all in sweat, and his eyes looked very strange, and he indicated to her that she must turn around, attend estrellq the homework she was writing.
Hush, the mother said.
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He made no resistance, offered no defense. The little girl went up to the man shyly, put her arms about his neck as he crouched to receive her embrace, and kissed him on the cheeks. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: She stood there saying nothing as the man fumbled with his hands and with his fingers, and she waited until he had finished.
One evening he did bring them. The mother went to the cowering man, and marched him with a glance out of the circle of light that held the little boy.
[Magnificence] by Estrella Alfon
It was not always that he came. And this observation their mother said to their father, who was eating his evening meal between paragraphs of the book on masonry rites that he was reading.
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You are commenting using your WordPress. Alfin turning to the little girl, she said, Come here. By and by, in a very short while her mother came down the stairs, holding in her hand a glass of sarsaparilla, Vicente. And they told her, shouting gladly, Vicente, for that was his name.
She eshrella going to open her mouth but she glanced at the boy and closed it, and with a look and an inclination of the head, she bade Vicente go up the stairs. Sometimes for paper butterflies that are held on sticks, and whirr in the wind. The clothes that she had taken off the little girl, she bundled into a tight wrenched bunch, which she threw into the kitchen range.
He promises to give them pencils so that they will look forward in seeing him. Their mother said, Oh stop it, what will you do with so many pencils, you can only write with one at a time. The little boy smiled and said, Thank you.
And for the little girl who he said was very bright and deserved more, ho would get the biggest pencil he could find.
Vicente used alfoh to stimulate the little kids and earn their trust and also used the pencils so that they will be excited to see him again.
As soon as the cool air of the free night touched him, he recovered enough to turn away and run, into the shadows that ate him up. Email required Address never made public. All the things we experienced during our childhood reflects on how we act today in our society.
Until their mother called from down the stairs. You are commenting using your Twitter account. She turned off the blazing light over the study table, and went slowly up the stairs and out into the dark night.
The mother said to the boy, Oscar, finish your lessons. There was nothing to fear, for the man was always so gentle, so kind. The man said nothing, for she said nothing either. The little boy did as he was told, asking no questions, for indeed gy was feeling sleepy already. But Vicente had jumped up too soon as the little girl had jumped from his lap.
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And the little girl smiled, and said, Thank you, too. Vicente took the girl up lightly in his arms, holding her under the armpits, and held her to sit down on his lap and he said, still gently, What are your lessons for tomorrow? In those days, the rage was for pencils. The little girl kept squirming, for somehow she felt uncomfortable to be held thus, her mother and father always treated her like a big girl, she was always told never to act like a baby.
All through that day, they had been very proud in school showing off their brand new pencils. Magnicicence story reflects most of the people in our society. Her voice had been like a bell of safety to the little girl.