There many things I can take away from the book "Holding On". One, is the fact the different kind of people out there in the world is just enormous. There are different kind within different kind. You would think that for example this group of people are the same. On the outside they may be but when you get to know each one you find out they are all different. The different styles of writing was my 2nd take away. Isay uses many ways to write. He uses first and third person. Narrative and the one that stands out is the Robert Shields diary. He just basically copied Shields's diary. And third I realized myself that there is more than one way to write. There are many ways to write. I was proud of my work because of the passion I had to write it. Once I started to write I couldn't stop. The facts I found out about my profile was amazing. The interview was really easy.
Moreese Bickham was my favorite profile of the book. I was so fascinated with him. He held on to his freedom for many years and he never gave up. I felt for this guy. I know he killed two cops but I believe he did it in self defense. I believe he got the shaft when they started to release people and they kept passing over him. I did some research on him and found that they called him "Pop".
Rober Shields. was not my favorite but if amazed so much that someone can be so meticulous about his life that he had to write down every minute. I even showed my wife this profile. My wife analyzed him, she is a psychologist. What she told me was not good from my point of view.
My questions for the essay 3 is, What are some strange or odd facts about the Rock n Roll hall of fame?
What is the history behind the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame.
I like the history of sites like this. I really like the odd facts that people may not know about things. I love telling people about things and watching their eyebrows raise.