This allows the audience to connect with the passion the poet shares for Australia, and depicts Australia as more than just a land. Alliteration has been used multiple times throughout the poem, this particular poetic device is shown in the phrases “streams and soft”, 2“lithe lianas”, “steady soaking” and “Food and fire and famine”. Alliteration is used to emphasise the characteristics of Australian rural life and to create an impact in imagery for the readers. The imagery in the poem has been formed by descriptive language that encapsulates the emotions of the poet in order to have a visual impact on the readers, and to further express Mackellar’s love for Australia. Hence, through the theme of love and loyalty, a sense of passion is created by the affectional descriptions of the Australian landscape and the uniqueness of the land in which evokes true patriotism.
“An author knows his landscape best; he can stand around, smell the wind, get a feel for his place.”-Tony Hillerman. Tony and many other authors use figurative language to bring their setting to life. In the two stories, “Lemon Tree Billiards House” by Walter Dean Myers and “The Treasure of Lemon Brown” by Cedric Yamanaka, the authors uses figurative language to describe their setting. In the short story “Treasure of Lemon Brown”, the author uses figurative language to describe the setting in the story. One example is this, “The dark sky, filled with angry swirling clouds reflected Greg Ridley’s mood.” You can picture that it's probably night time outside and that it might rain.
Richard Louv used the correct forms of figurative language to form a robust argument. He used logos in the first paragraph by talking about the researches performed at the State University of New York at Buffalo. In the second paragraph he uses a story about a friend that didn't want backseat television monitor seeing that they want their children to experience the outside world. Third paragraph paragraph he uses imagery, an example would be "the woods the fields and water beyond the seamy edges." His use of syntax is executed accurately by building off his opening statement, which builds with his compelling attitude towards getting in touch with the environment.
Robert and Helen Roulston’s article “The Great Gatsby: Fitzgerald’s Opulent Synthesis (1925)” thoroughly explains background information on the article to enhance the reader’s understanding of the novel. Explaining the personal connection of Fitzgerald to the characters and meaning of the literary devices is very helpful to the reader. Understanding the author allows a deeper understanding of the novel. Without Fitzgerald’s personal experiences, the novel would not be as interesting and would not have the depth that it possesses. Fitzgerald is able to greatly express Nick’s desire to go back to the Midwest because he was feeling the same.
Figurative language can help to make a novel even better than it is in so many ways. It makes the details in the story come to life for the reader and it creates an impression on the reader. Hosseini uses the different types of figurative language, like similes and metaphors, to display several different concepts in this dynamic story. In the novel The Kite Runner, figurative language is used to show the difference between Pashtuns and Hazaras, the war and fighting in Afghanistan, and the power that Amir and Baba have. During The Kite Runner, Hosseini uses figurative language to display how different the ethnic groups in Afghanistan are.
In order to understand it in a story you have to know what it means. Style is how the writer writes, and his choice of words. This story is different than most other stories because the narrator did not have a name. The readers did know who he was, but usually the narrators have a name. This short story is particularly short compared to most but it was a good story to help readers understand and identify tone and style.
O’Connor uses colorful language to describe the characters of the story in a way that allows the reader to vividly see the characters as cartoon like, grotesque, and exaggerated. The informal language, creative word choice, and diction used by all of the characters in this story are true to the Southern Gothic genre short story style (Kirszner & Mandell, 2012). Southern imagery extends beyond the characters to the setting and language. As we read about dirt roads, southern plantations, “red clay banks”, and crops in the field, we are
Response to After Cowboy Chicken Came to Town In the process of generating a story, the most important elements are the setting, a plot, the characters, some conflict, and a prevailing theme. When these elements are present in a story, the readers are able to follow the structure and the meaning of the short story. If the writer has a good understanding of these elements, he or she can use them in creating the short story so that the readers will have a deeper appreciation. In analyzing the story, After Cowboy Chicken Came to Town, it has all these elements and is, therefore, a valid short story. This paper analyzes the elements, and how they give the story validity as a short story.
Every story has a moral. In certain Native American legends, a character called Coyote serves to entertain as well as educate. In Ricochet River, author Robin Cody creates a character to serve as his Coyote, a Native American boy by the name of Jesse. Cody uses the characterization of Jesse to entertain his readers as well as teach them about the hardships faced by a Native boy trying to fit into a primarily white environment. Even Jesse’s own mother has a conflicting view of his cultural identity, which she expresses through diction.
The use of diction, imagery and symbolism within the novel shows how great of a writer Faulkner was. William uses these literary elements to make his audience to understand what was happening during this time. Barn Burning supports Williams awareness of injustice and loyalty furthermore, it partakes the main focus of the story internal and external conflict within the protagonist. Setting paragraph: Themes paragraph: Society and class plays a major part in William Faulkner’s Barn Burning. By being poor tenant farmers Sarty and his family must contrast the difference between his family and all the privileged families they have worked for such as Major de Spain.