Visitors are met by a cacophony of noises: wild laughter from trouble-making teenagers; wailing babies ; countdown announcements from the Waltzer - all competing to deafen ears. Wiesel uses themes such as hunger and death to vividly display his days during World War II.
Signed: 1 The author would like to thank you for your continued support. Monday, 4 March The Fairground - Descriptive Writing The Fairground The warmth of the sun is now a distant memory and an eerie chill overtakes the scene. Lonely and isolated, a sad ice cream wastes away into the grass, left behind from the excitement of the funfair Yet, paradoxically along the way there are many problems, deceptions and illusions, providing a comment on human behavior and creating comedy.
Crystal clear tears stream down his red puffy face.
His hands covered his own bloodstained face, as the multitude of different lights was replaced by a single set of bright, beautiful and beaming blue lights. The cloudless sky is the colour of azure, like a solid canvas, ready for painting the vibrant gaudy scene below.
It's short, VERY short. Mothers turn out their pockets frantically for enough money to buy overpriced food for their screaming toddlers, like sirens warning that a bomb was to go off any minute unless it was deactivated.
The acrid taste of diesel fumes burns the back of the throat of anyone who gets too close, choking you with its hands made of wisps of toxic gas. Hollow and lifeless, his telescopic eyes scanned round the deserted field for any leftover wrappers from the day.
When night falls, lighted lamps brighten up the place, they add gaiety to this atmosphere, and it is like a funfair.