But this class has been a gigantic assistants to me. We have studied all different types of writing. My view on writing has changed drastically. I have a new respect for authors and readers alike. I used to feel that English and literature were very un-manly and usually pointless; but now I feel that writing is for everyone.
Moreover, this account of oneself offers an unique perspective on how the women saw and chose to portray themselves. Nüshu ballads display certain features, fore mostly an expression of anguish and grievance. Typical Nüshu ballads start by introducing the narrator or writer being by herself and describe the narrators personal suffering to an undefined reader. Their private sufferings are made subject to the public empathy by certain stock phrases. Phrases such as ‘knives cutting the heart (刀割心); gut-wrenching sorrow (肝肠断); crying all through the night (透夜哭); two streams of tears (双流泪); and anguish in the heart (气入心)’ are repeatedly used and convey the felt anguish and grievance.
Furthermore, Diaz also uses conflict to characterize the personalities of each character. Junot Diaz uses various methods to project his stories that allow the readers to understand the stories vividly. Junot Diaz begins his book with an epigraph by Sandra Cisneros in which it states : Okay, we didn’t work, and all memories to tell you the truth aren’t good. But sometimes there were good times. Love was good.
While in “The Washwoman” the author uses the loss of the main characters life to expose to the reader one of the key themes of the story. And lastly, in “The Last Leaf” the author uses the loss of Behrman’s life to help shock and surprise the audience of readers. Overall, these authors all use the process of loss to help enhance and better their stories. Out of all the short stories, Ursula K. Le Guin story, “Gwilan’s Harp” consists of the most loss. The story revolves around the idea of loss, and how
It might be because it’s boring, depressing and lacks knowledge. These two writers invested their time and energy grabbing their readers' attention by creating a strong plot. Though Maxine Hong Kingston and Stephen King have many styles of writing in common, these two writers expressed their similarities of language used in their characters, creativity and plot between their stories. Thus, they show similarities in their characteristics. The central character in the story Woman Warrior Chapter No Name Woman.
Everyone grew up with bad things, bad mood and tones. Powerful people had lots of scars. Scars is not only from injured but it is from accident in everyone’s heart. This accident is from losing things that we did not know before.It will happen very fast.There was the one woman who wrote a beautiful sad poem.She worte many sad poem.She makes reader feel like the letters in her poem.I am the one who read that peom.I can tactile the sadness that writer want me to know.I think that she had a big scars,so she can write the poem by feeling in her heart. Margaret Atwood, the author who suffered in a lot of Ways.
With this information in the back of the head, it is clear that a wide array of opinions from various readers will come along, which evidently produces many disputes. Although Hemingway’s short story is filled to the brim with disparate symbols and motives, the major topic is the American trying to display his dominance towards his environment, which mainly contains females, and Jig who sees through his actions and will eventually reject his advice by not having “the awfully simple operation”. As she hears her
Not only does she feel she is less important in the eyes of another person, it leaves an everlasting effect on her life. The most clear message in Sylvia Plath’s poem “Daddy” is the use of tone to explain the hatred and challenges she experiences. To start off, the speaker sets an intense tone to demonstrate how she feels towards this person and the way they treat her. She expresses “black shoe” (2), and “lived like a foot” (3) to represent how the rank of herself is low compared to anybody else. The setting that she establishes makes the reader sense the agonizing hurt and pain that she is experiencing.
Tennessee Williams ’portraits of displaced women would help the process of the formation of individual subjective consciousness. By composing his play like this, Williams’ humanistic concern and his understandings of women are revealed. Among Williams’ legions of creation of characters, there is a commonality even though they’re people of different disciplines. In creating his distinctive characters, Williams illuminates the tragedy of the dreamer and has an absolute determination to destroy whatever is unique about herself or she would face annihilation. As Sally Johnson contends, Williams’ primary compassion in his plays is the plight of the individual while the other writers worship individual value(Johnson,1985:300).
‘Dedication’ shows how love can make the women in the poem able to endure extreme hardship in the years of Yezhov terror, the time when the poem was set. Diction of “obsessive” depicts how care and worry for their loved ones have consumed the women, so much so that everything else- the sun, the passing of time, etc., have all faded into the background. The pace of the poem slows down with use of caesura in “we don’t know it, we’re obsessive”, perhaps to reflect the slow, torturous suffering of the women who are never given the closure