Good stories that teach people important lessons never die because they continueaffecting people 's actions along decades. This essay tackles the great theory of H. P. Griceshowing his point of view about the conversational Implicaturethroughout the concept ofImplicature in the history of the storytelling. Also the essay sheds light onthe approach of RukminiBhaya Nair in which she discussed the concept of Implicatureand she also added a creative idea making a new concept calledImpliculturein the field of storytelling. At the end, the essay focuses on the differences between the two approaches with particular reference to literary narratives. The concept ofImplicature is basically established in the history of storytelling throughout years and also developed by a large number of great writers such as Charles Dickens and Jonathan Swift.
It can be said that the only person who knows someone to the essence of his or her core is him or herself. Luckily for readers, the inner workings of a character’s brain and intentions are often laid out piece by piece by the author. Especially in novels, one will find complex characters that change over time and possess many different traits and qualities. In the classic novel by Alexandre Dumas The Count of Monte Cristo, readers are given an unique opportunity to look at and study one of the most complex characters in literature--Edmund Dantès. Throughout the novel, Dumas excites readers with revelations about the protagonist in every passing chapter.
With passion, punch, and in-your-face writing, George Lois explains, demonstrates and teaches to discover creative potential. “Trend is a trap.” “ A Big idea can change world culture.” “Don’t expect a creative idea to pop out from your computer.” “My first commandment: The word comes first, then the visual.” His words offer new insight into the mystique of a creative and continued to inspire at every stage of the creative process, in business, advertising, design, and visual arts. ‘Damn Good Advice by George Lois’ with a small bracket writing ‘(for people with talent! )’ under its topic, is the book containing both his talented life story and his creativity ideas. The most powerful sentence in the book, in my opinion, is ‘you are the master of your fate: you are the captain of your soul.’ A person still decides their own fate that they ordain what kind of family life they have, what they believe in, and what kind of work they produce.
Stories can record many things, they can be something very interesting, something has deep meaning or something very horror, but the most important thing is how the author using the writing techniques to influence the readers’ feeling when they are reading the stories. In this two stories, the author used many writing techniques to influence people’s feeling by reading the stories. The first and second story is the Lottery and Summer People, these two stories were written by Shirley Jackson from San Francisco in America. She wrote these two stories by using many language techniques, such as Foreshadowing, Irony and Symbolism. So how does these language techniques influence people’s feeling when they were reading the story?
Stories usually have hidden meaning put there by the author to entertain the thoughts of those patient enough to dig deeper into the meaning. Meanings in stories are expressed in various ways. An example is O. Henry’s story The Gift of the Magi. O.Henry in his story uses a few themes to describe the story and the characters. He does this to get the reader engaged in the story and want to read more.
Moreover, in the book Forster is discussing the traditional values with a new window opened by Modernism. In Modernism, there is a philosophy “Make it new” the same as Forster applied in his novel “A Passage to India”. This term is about breaking the tradition. There is a clear example about breaking traditions in the novel, when after coming to Marabar caves, especially Mrs. Moore and Miss Adela Quested hear the sound of ”echo”. It leads to a confusion and causes to the arrestment of Dr. Aziz for assaulting her.
-says Nigel Watts in his book Teach Yourself Writing a Novel about the block that many of us comes across while we try to come up with something creative. It is entirely different from simply conveying information and is more inclined to the expression of thoughts, feelings and emotions. Many people find writing help give a vent to their innermost feelings, which they are otherwise forced to keep bottled up within themselves. It can also be a way of creative expression as expressing creativity may be a way that helps to foster meaning in our lives. Writing often helps to flush from the deep thickets of the self some thought, feeling, comprehension, question, music, the writer didn’t know was in him, or in the world.
Existentialism is ubiquitous, it is not just a school thought. Existentialism is a philosophy that enhances the way people envision their own views of reality, the choices humans make, and the results of what they have done. As humanity evolved, various authors dove deep into the pool of literature and composed various novels that opened the eyes of various readers and taught them that their is more to life than what they already know. Existentialism had themes that shattered the glass of readers who thought the world was wonderful and perfect, and opened their eyes to how people are alienated by appearance or actions, witnessed how a certain problem clouded the main character’s mind with fear and anxiety, and the free will of making a choice that could help or harm more than just the main character. Albert Camus and Franz Kafka wrote novels that describe those three themes of existentialism and how they impact the characters they wrote in their stories.
The name of Chetan Bhagat is highly admired in the territory of English literature. He is a character who articulates the current situation experience as he realized. The main facet of his appearance is youth and their fight as they have to face. The social environment as depicted in the novels of Chetan Bhagat is mainly of the society in the post globalization time. As we are aware, Indian English Literature includes hand-outs of both natives and Diaspora.
R K Narayan achieved his worldwide popularity with his famous novel The financial expert (1952) and Man eater of Malgudi (1961). Kamala Markenday and Khushwant Singh are those prominent and popular names in English history who are known for their clear cut secularism in novels and inborn passion for poetry as well. Now a day a number of writers have given their contribution to Modern English Literature. Their powerful literary expressions as fictional works have got prestigious place today. Though these works are fictional at point it connects readers’ day to day life and experiences and they find themselves in the fictional characters.