But then we learn that this optimistic and hopeful demeanor is simply a facade and that she feels just as hopeless as she does when we read "meeting/ her earnest, hopeless look". Upon reading this, we discover that she tries to look at a doubtful situation with a happy-go-lucky, unrealistic attitude. In "Furniture Art", the narrator is working on a Socials project, in which she must interview a neighbor about their view of the world, and contrast it with her own. While interviewing him, she learns that English 10 Training Papers 2006/2007 Page 22 our supposedly good planet may not be so great, unless we look at it in a different way. Mr. DuPont goes on to explain that just because we have the money to buy stuff doesn't mean that we'll be happy and that there is more to life than Han materialistic purchases. The narrator learns throughout Mr. DuPont's interview that "the world is beautiful if you can see it that way, but no less or more than it already was". In the end, even though she got a "C+" on her project, the narrator finds that her new view of the world is invaluable. The worldview expressed in this story is more realistic because it addresses the major problem of our society, greed, and shows us to appreciate the world's natural beauty instead.
Poem Analysis: Boy with His Hair Cut Short By mariachi "Boy with His Hair Cut Short", we are given a glimpse into the life off a boy looking fitful that he'll find a job, his sister provides him with an optimistic viewpoint in who is interviewing her neighbor, Mr. DuPont, for a project about different worldviews. Mr. DuPont shows her that the world truly is a beauteous place, we simply need to open our eyes to see it that way. Though the sister and Mr. DuPont both have a similar worldview, Mr. DuPont's worldview is more realistic. Gentleman's not so trim as you! But then we learn that this optimistic and hopeful demeanor is simply a facade and that she feels Just as hopeless as she does when we read "meeting/ her earnest, hopeless look".