The informality is showing that Sanders is a normal person. Showing ways readers that Sanders is on the same level as Rushdie, readers can create assumptions for Sanders and Rushdie. The audience can refute Sanders because of the informal tone. The interpretation of Sanders’s words can be easily done because of his respectful and informal tone. Readers are persuaded because of Sander’s tone throughout his essay.
A Bleak World’s Best Citizen: Rewrite #1 Mark Van Doren’s essay “Hester Prynne” expresses Van Doren’s warm admiration for Hester Prynne’s character in The Scarlet Letter. In Van Doren’s essay, the author elevates Hester Prynne, using his analysis to illustrate his belief in her morality, despite her harsh circumstances. He explores the reasons behind Hester’s strength throughout the novel, and in relation to other characters such as Dimmesdale and Chillingsworth. Van Doren effectively builds his argument by employing historical allusion, repetition, and emotional diction in his case for Hester Prynne. Van Doren incorporates historical allusion into his argument praising Hester Prynne in order to compare her worth to that of a literary and historical hero.
Steinbeck uses characterization within the book through specific characters, such as Crooks, Curley’s Wife, and George, to express major themes of loneliness and prejudice and bringing awareness to the readers. One of the most obvious characters used in the novel to depict isolated at its greatest extent is Crooks, who is described as an outcast separated from the rest of the men because of his race. In the early 1900’s, racism was very common as white people thought they were superior to black people. Crooks’ loneliness is implied through his belongings, but also admits to being so lonely as he says, “S'pose you didn't have nobody. S'pose you couldn't go into the bunk house and play rummy
Lincoln knew the impoartance of being a plain speaker through creating simple messages with profound effects. This is evident when Lincoln would often use words "we", "us" and "you" in his speeches. These have an effect on the audience in a sense of connecting with others. This further proves that it is more effective to engage with others rather than try to prove information by stuffing your reader with knowledge. The job of a leader can be more effective if used in the manner of understanding the perspective of others.
Presently concerning why Socrates is keen on recognizing what Protagoras educates, I for one observe the motivation to be a blend of interest with a touch of envy. Realizing that Protagoras was proclaimed as the best mastermind of his exchange, Socrates needs to recognize what the mystery behind all that buildup
In the first and second paragraph, Bogard takes off with philosophical, mild diction. He uses words such as, "sugary," "stars," "children," "cheer," "worth," "bright," "closeness," and "life." Use of such diction, cause and amiable tone. This makes the audience consider his purpose and take into consideration his argument, as he is trying to please them and be kind by
Gladwell, utilizes dialogue in order to portray his emotions and opinions about Paco Underhill while simultaneously allowing the reader to obtain some information about Underhill’s personality. In the passage, the use of Gladwell’s personal dialogue, allows the reader to assume a pleasant disposition from Underhill, as seen through his description, describing Underhill as a non-hostile being, with a gaze that makes an individual believe that they are an eminent acquaintance. It is through this descriptive dialogue that allows the reader to obtain a positive outlook on Underhill. By such means, one can assume that with his optimistic disposition, Paco will respond passively to rude or insulting comments. Dialogue not only entails such actions,
Charles Dickens argues in his writing A Christmas Carol that the poor was being treated cruelly and the rich does not care for the poor. Pg 34 “We should make some slight provisions for the poor and destitute, who suffer greatly at this present time”. This statement shows that the poor and destitute were not provided with anything and they suffered a lot.”If they would rather die they better do it, and decrease the surplus population”.
Pi tries to comfort Richard Parker and encourage himself at the same time. The unreliable first person narration reveals his legendary experiences directly and helps the readers to understand his psychological changes. Pi 's faith and religion not only give him positive energy, but also improve his creativity. The way of narration brings the readers into Pi 's marvellous adventure and makes them no longer consider this is just a fantasy story. By his own description, Pi indicates a deep rational theme
Bad Luck of the Irish Stephen Crane exposes the poverty of Irish immigrant slum life in America in his 1893 novella, Maggie: A Girl of the Streets. While the novella practically went unnoticed at the time of publication, his writing consequentially ushered in a new American literary movement, naturalism, a branch of realism, which sought to counter the previous ideas of idealized romantic writing, and instead portrayed events exactly as they occurred. Crane does so by describing the harsh realities of the Gilded Age and industrialization throughout the plot of Maggie. His thematic use of fighting, alcoholism, and establishment of ethnic communities depicts the realistic truths that had, prior to his documentation, been distorted or heavily