Master Of Ice Cream Essay

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Master of Ice-Cream The poem called "˜The Emperor of Ice Cream" seems to me like a moving picture, with fourteen white spots, if we look closer and deeper and see the big size, what are we going to see? We would see old England a long time ago, because the author used lots of english words such as wenches and fantails, I also refered to some older crafts that haven been done that much but were popular in the earlier ages.One very hot afternoon in england, market6 or maybe even park, where people can buy garden and wild flowers that are offered by florists. Those bouquetes of flowers are wrapped with old newspaper, so that they could be more comfortable ...view middle of the document...

In the higher classes women had to follow the conservative tradition. By their tanned skin people in lower classes where noticed and that's why women had to work so hard to keep there white skin white. For hot days these clothes were not comfortable, they were too hot, it made movement difficult and the biggest satisfaction was to sit down and have a bowl of cold, fresh, home made ice cream. Only ice cream helped them cool down. women considered ice cream to be powerful salutary. "The only emperor is the emperor of ice cream." Ice cream which was hand made, required a lot of strength and skill to be made to give people the moment of satisfaction and coolness. "In the kitchen cups concupiscent curds." Stirring is an important part of making ice cream; smooth cold with vanilla or fruit flavor. The ice cream reminds us of the cold glass knobs that we touch. "Lacking the three glass knobs, that sheet"¦" The dream of the moment of satisfaction was the only thing in peoples minds, the coolness that they gained from ice cream seemed powerful to them it was their master. A woman eating ice cream feels the coolness traveling around in her body. She is very quiet, she doesn't say anything because she enjoys that remarkable cool feeling in her body. "To show how cold she is and dumb" Only ice cream could give that moment and feeling and now I know that those moving white spots on the picture were white balls of vanilla ice cream.

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