Edgar Allen Poe is a true genius in the writing world. He uses an abundance of literary skills and rich vocabulary to make a strong story that keeps people engaged. Edgar Allen Poe is the author of the three stories, “Tell Tale Heart”, “The Black Cat”, and “The Cask of Amontillado”. All of these stories are similar because of Poe’s literary consistency and strong vocabulary. Poe’s writing is unusual.
Poe’s usage of resources like dark atmospheres, messing around with the time in which the story is represented, this was most commonly used to alter reader’s ideas of the perfection and the beauty and divert them more to the contemporary side. He liked to mix different settings with times who were most likely to confuse the reader’s perception of it, making his stories more suspenseful. Poe’s characters had something in between, parts or their full names weren’t ever mentioned. He believed the real emphasis should be put in the emotions of the character, not in the identity. This is the case of "The Pit and the Pendulum" where the base of the story is the representation of characters fears not knowing the name of the same.
Poe has an interesting writing style he uses foreshadowing in many stories. His stories usually consist of strange and spine-chilling events. In the Tell Tale Heart the ending leaves off in a mystery, I think that the police eventually arrested him. But also I think that the butler imagined or was paranoid most of the events. Poe’s writing attracts many people because multiple people like gothic or murder stories.
All together F. Scott Fitzgerald creates one of the most influential pieces of American literature ever which is defined by its ability to survive the test of time and remain relevant in today’s culture and society. He skillfully crafted this layered story with the ingenuous use of colors to give the story a sort of surreal feeling as it draws readers and critics alike to its engaging plot and characters.
Tom Franklin is a well-liked author by many people. Tom Franklin has received many awards for his novels. His most recent novel, crooked letter, crooked letter, became a New York Times best-selling and received many other awards as well. He also praises for Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter. According to Dennis Lehane, author of Live by Night, “A new Tom Franklin novel is always a reason to get excited, but Crooked Letter, Crooked is more – a cause for celebration.
It is used to make the story become more real, and easier for the reader to place himself in the story, and feel the same way as the characters. Stephen King is using the terror effect throughout the whole story. He is making the feeling of dread and anticipation the main factors in the horrifying experience. He also uses the horror effect, when he is writing about The Boogeyman, but he leaves out the gross out part. Edgar Allan Poe is in the same way using both terror and horror to give the reader the most horrifying experience.
Edgar Allan Poe, the self-proclaimed poet brought to us a unique technique achieved through his literature that differentiates him from the rest of the famous writers that lived during his era. In his famous story titled “Ligeia” we see how his distinctive technique in writing infuses with the touch of reality and fantasy as well as the gothic side that leaves us pondering whether the story indeed occurred or if it was a simple dream brought up through the narrator. Through his words the story takes shape, and only he can dictate and describe what the women he is involved with mean to him. The narrator that is in the story confesses on multiple occasions to being under the influence of the drug opium. “Now, then, did my spirit fully and freely burn with more than all the fires of her own.
Harrison Bergeron Tone Essay This essay explains the many ways the author of the story “Harrison Bergeron” used to convey the tone absurdity towards society. His vast arsenal of literary techniques helped bring a better understanding of the story to the reader. Some of the many ways the author used to heighten the effect of the story were diction, tone, and irony. Those three techniques will be taken a further look at in this piece of writing. One of the many ways that the author, Kurt Vonnegut Jr., used to create the tone and mood was his usage of many literary elements.
Summer Reading and Writing Assignment In “The Masque of Red Death”, a story written by Edgar Allan Poe, there are a lot of literary features used in order to write the story effectively and to create deeper meaning which gives the opportunity for the readers to analyze the text hence making the story a literary text. Even though there are features such as irony used in the story, the main literary features used by the author are symbolism, imagery and descriptive writing. First of all, there are huge amounts of symbolism used in the story where the major one would be the Red Death. Not only does the red death symbolize death itself but it also symbolizes how unavoidable it is. This is shown through the actions prince Prospero took to avoid getting the plague/death by sealing himself and some other nobles in his palace yet the red death still killed him at the end of the story showing how everything is useless when faced with death.
Poe uses very complex syntax in many of his short stories and poems. He also uses irony and vivid imagery in order to convey a series of eerie truths that have resonated in the hearts of millions of readers. Poe uses great examples of situational, dramatic, and verbal irony in The Cask of Amontillado, Annabel Lee, and Tell-Tale Heart. His sentence structure tends to be long, flowy and intricate in the beginning “ Hereafter, perhaps, some intellect may be found which will reduce my phantasm to the common-place — some intellect more calm, more logical, and far less excitable than my own, which will perceive, in the circumstances I detail with awe, nothing more than an ordinary succession of very natural causes and effects.” (The Black Cat p.1). However, in the middle, the sentence structure tends to be short and almost staccato in nature, allowing the reader to quicken their pace and become more interested in the story “With my aversion to this cat, however, its partiality for myself seemed to increase.” (The Black Cat p.18).