In conclusion, the addition of foreshadowing help add intensity to Shakespeare's plays. Because, he gives you a small hint of what is to come and what will happen in the play. While the addition of the dramatic irony adds some feelings to the audience that they know something that the characters don't know. I think this is one of many reasons that Shakespeare is so great compared to
One of the most effect ways of communication is writing. It allows that author to completely unravel what they truly believe. A good author, though, knows what he or she believes, so when writing they are able to present their believes in a way that persuades the readers to absorb the argument and contemplate what the author presents in comparison to their own beliefs. Charles Blow, who writes for The New York Times, writes as described previously in a sarcastic, yet dignified tone, which shifts when presenting both sides of an argument. Sentence structure also allows Blow to set apart what is important and what the reader needs to take note of.
as listed in (O 'Brien). Throughout the plot of the story O 'Brien seem to focus on the things that were not important versus the things that 's were, and at the end, he was faced with a big consequence. The text has artistic value based on the plot because it is giving us as readers, the sequences of events, the reasons for things that are happing throughout the story. The text 's artistic value of the plot attracts the reader into the character 's existence and help the reader to better understand the choices the characters choose to make. For
In the very beginning of Romeo and Juliet, the introduction of the characters provided a sense of balance. The middle displayed balance within the loss of Romeo ad Juliet’s loved ones and friends. Lastly, the ending of the play displayed that isolation of their parents and loss of loved ones helped to finalized the main idea of balance. It is hard to strive for balance, but it is what makes the ending worth
God forbid I take it from him!” (Miller IV.134) The whole play is led by Abigail and Proctor. Tones are also led by their acts and emotions. Second, imperfection affect the reader, because imperfection gives reality to characters. Readers find it easy to relate with someone who is partly flawed, makes mistakes and is sometimes controlled by emotions. Because that’s what makes them human to reader.
Hamlet integrates metaphors seamlessly, insuring that they are not overpowering, while also provoking the listener to question and consider the arguments he presents. While Hamlet’s dialogue expresses his own opinion, it also aims to inculcate his ideas on the listener, shifting from beginning with “But to my mind,” to decisively stating From that particular fault: the dram of
The effect of this simple tone, causes readers to go ‘on guard’ asking ‘why can't I do what I want?’ He then uses that feeling to create a sense of relatability between the reader and authors. Stating that writers’ “want to gossip” and “want to complain” establishes a connection that then continues to flourish into an artificial sense of caring for the cause. Once a connection has been established, Rushdie offers quotes and humor to offer his argument in a slightly more formal manner. “If writing is Thing, then censorship is No-Thing,” and, of course, “No-Thing will come of No-Thing.” This approach gives the reader something to ponder and, though it is stated early on, it plants a seed in their mind to return to later on, long after they’ve finished the essay. An interesting, yet effective, tactic.
Throughout Much Ado About Nothing is looking at the negatives that is well aware in all situations, then moving into how positives can come out of the deception that is happening, finally, looking at how the book and social media are two similar deals. While the book has many misinterpretations it leads to unfortunate events that attempt to break apart characters in the play. Although many see that negatives only in such a dramatized play there is always a positive outlook on the play itself. They use negative action such as lying, deception, and misinterpretation to help bring people together, such as Benedict and Beatrice. This book all ties back well with social media.
Macbeth Advances the Plot What qualities Do you know someone who has changed into a different person in a short period of time? In Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, a similar action occurs. Macbeth is a loyal and trusting person at the beginning of the story, but as it progress he turns cruel and manipulative. Throughout the play Macbeth’s changes in personality and decisions add conflict and help advance the plot. One reason Macbeth is interesting is due to the progression of the play, from exposition to resolution.
Also when we list authors it shows ethos because the fact that the authors are connected to the speaker and if the authors are well liked then the people will like the speaker by association. Our infomercial shows pathos first when we ask questions, like, do you believe in women’s rights and abolition. This connects to people of our audience so it also connects to their emotions because they can relate to this question. Another time that we use pathos is when set up and act out a scene. In this scene you see two colleagues having a conversation about the quotes that are coming out of the speaker.